Effect of Dissolved Oxygen (DO) on Internal Corrosion of Water Pipes

@article{Jung2009EffectOD,
  title={Effect of Dissolved Oxygen (DO) on Internal Corrosion of Water Pipes},
  author={Hae-Ryong Jung and U Kim and Gyu Tae Seo and Hyun Dong Lee and Chun-Sik Lee},
  journal={Environmental Engineering Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={14},
  pages={195-199}
}
A series of laboratory-scale corrosion experiments was carried out to observe the effect of dissolved oxygen (DO) in the presence of other water quality parameters, such as hardness, Cl - , and pH using various pipe materials. In addition, a simulated loop system was installed at a water treatment plant for pilot-scale experiment. Laboratory-scale experiment showed that corrosion rates for galvanized steel pipe (GSP), carbon steel pipe (CSP), and ductile cast iron pipe (DCIP) were decreased to… 
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