Wednesday, May 9, 2012

US-Corrosion Research - Corrosiveness of treated (tertiary) wastewater

An important observation on the corrosiveness of wastewater towards metal alloys

► Tertiary treatment (acidified Muncipal Waste Water, MWW treated by nitrification-filtration, and MWW treated by nitrification-filtration and granular activated carbon adsorption) increases corrosiveness of secondary treated municipal effluent. ► Removal of organic matter from municipal wastewater enhances copper alloy corrosion. ► Tolyltriazole inhibits mild steel and copper alloy corrosion in treated effluent.


Article Source: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0010938X12002181
Publication Date: May 2012

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