Inside corrosion and protection for sea-water cooling box in condenser of thermal power plants
Steam turbine power plants (Ca Mau 1 and 2, Phu My 3 and Vinh Tan 4 Thermal Power Plants) mostly use seawater to cool their condensers. These condensers consist of titanium tubes, tube sheets and carbon steel (CS) water boxes. This article analyses the inside corrosion problem of sea-water cooling boxes of thermal power stations, and on that basis proposes effective solutions to control the corrosion.
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