Optimizing corrosion control in water distribution systems
AWWA Research Foundation, Jun 15, 2004 - Science - 271 pages
This research studied the use of multi-element sensors based on electrochemical techniques for optimizing information related to corrosion control in water distribution systems. Such on-line sensor methods could provide an affordable and reliable tool for daily monitoring and mitigate some of the costs associated with following the mandates of the EPA's corrosion control for potable water.
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METHODS AND MATERIALS
LAS VEGAS VALLEY WATER DISTRICT
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1st run 2nd run ANOVA average corrosion rate calculated Chloride mg/L City of Sarasota copper corrosion copper electrodes copper WEI electrode corrosion control corrosion inhibitors corrosion monitoring Daily average corrosion Date Figure Day Figure day for copper day for inlet day for lead-soldered day for steel distribution system electrochemical noise measurements electrochemistry electrode cross section electrodes in probe electrodes on treated Elemental analysis Inhibited inlet iron inlet steel electrodes Instantaneous localization index iron electrodes Irvine Ranch IRWD lead-soldered electrodes lead-soldered WEI electrode localized corrosion LVVWD metal mg/L as CaC03 on-line OOOZ Photo Pinellas County Utilities pitting corrosion Rack sensor side of loop Sodium mg/L steel WEI electrode Sulfate mg/L Table TDS mg/L techniques temperature Treated copper WEI Treated lead-soldered WEI treated side Treated steel WEI untreated water quality WEI electrode cross WEI electrode surface weight loss X X X Zinc