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Corrosion Resistance of Metals in Hot Brines: A Literature Review.
NTIS: PB 223 715 :39 pages
With the ever-increasing demand for energy in all forms, electrical energy generated from geothermal resources could become an important energy source in the next few decades. Geothermal fluids, which contain appreciable quantities of dissolved salts and gases, are generally corrosive to materials of construction. Since data on corrosion of materials in geothermal brines is limited, the literature was surveyed through February 1972 to obtain a compilation of information on corrosion resistance of aluminum and its alloys, copper and copper-base alloys, carbon steel and cast iron, stainless steels, chromium-iron alloys, nickel- and cobalt- base alloys, and titanium in heated brines including sea water.
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NTIS: PB 223 715
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