Abstract

This paper presents a comprehensive view of the experience and practical knowledge, as well as the thought and advanced ideas employed in treatment of water in such power plants of the future as the supercritical and nuclear power stations. An attempt is made to show where pioneering engineering and scientific developments are being applied with little practical long-range experience to support them. Nevertheless the frontiers of power-plant water-treatment engineering are being advanced and we believe that the next few years will show substantial accumulation of actual performance data useful to power-plant designers of the future.

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