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Instrumentation and control

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In powerplants, the treatment system must be monitored on a regular basis for the purposes of 1) controlling the entry of contaminants into the steam/water cycle and 2) detecting if treatment equipment (filters, demineralizers, etc) is functioning properly. Critical operating parameters of makeup-water effluent are listed along with recommended testing frequencies. There is a general guide to interpretation of makeup-water analyses. As it shows, detection of particular contaminants can be related to one or more kinds of treatment equipment. (from Author)




Instrumentation and control. (1993). Power, 137(6), 108–113.

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