Published: Jan 1981
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The reassessment of high-purity water is a never-ending process. Although the best available instrumentation is used, it is not always good enough when component failures are attributed to infinitesimal impurities in the water. This paper describes the necessary technology and personnel requirements for implementing a successful water quality control program.
power plants, low-level impurities, supercritical unit, instrumentation, water quality, consulting engineers
chemical engineering consultant, Black & Veatch, Consulting Engineers, Kansas City, Mo.