2019 Faes Corrosion and corrosion prevention in heat exchangers

In many industries and processes, heat exchangers are of vital importance as they are used to transfer heat energy over a heat transfer surface from one fluid to a from one fluid to another. These fluids can be corrosive to heat exchangers, which are usually made of metallic materials. This paper illustrates that corrosion is an important problem in the operation of heat exchangers in many environments, for which no straightforward answer exists. Corrosion failures of heat exchangers are common, and corrosion often involves high maintenance or repair costs.

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