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International Heat Transfer Conference 5
1974, 3-7 September, Tokyo, Japan

FOULING OF HEATED STAINLESS STEEL TUBES BY A FLOWING SUSPENSION OF FERRIC OXIDE IN WATER

Get access DOI: 10.1615/IHTC5.2460
pages 180-184

Abstract

Tests were conducted on the thermal fouling of 8.71 mm i.d. type 304 stainless tubes by flowing suspensions of ferric oxide in water over concentrations of 0-3750 ppm, Reynolds nabers of 10,100-37,600 and heat fluxes of 0-292 kW/m2. Deposits were subjected to microscopic examination and electron microprobe analysis. The results were explained by invoking electrochemical crevice corrosion as the mechanism governing the fouling.
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