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									    IWC Ref. No.           Published?         Title
IWC-81-18          true                 150 Million Megawatt Hours of Condensate Polishing
IWC-81-18D         true                 150 Million Megawatt Hours of Condensate Polishing
IWC-03-44          true                 15 years of Crud, Corrosion, and Oxygen Control using Carbohyrazide in B
IWC-03-44D         true                 15 years of Crud, Corrosion, and Oxygen Control using Carbohyrazide in B
IWC-92-14          true                 1940's Power Plant Finds New Life in the 90's
IWC-92-14AC        true                 1940's Power Plant Finds New Life in the 90's
IWC-92-14D         true                 1940's Power Plant Finds New Life in the 90's
IWC-81-17          true                 1981 INTERNATIONAL WATER CONFERENCE INDUSTRIAL SOLID W
IWC-07-61          true                 20 Years of Condensate Polishing at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Stat
IWC-07-61AC        true                 20 Years of Condensate Polishing at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Stat
IWC-07-61D         true                 20 Years of Condensate Polishing at San Onofre Nuclear Generating Stat
IWC-95-29          true                 40 Years in the Evolution of Demineralization Technology: a Comparison o
IWC-96-16          true                 450 PPM Silica Sustained In Innovative Reverse Osmosis Technology
IWC-84-86          true                 50 Years in Separate Beds
IWC-84-86D         true                 50 Years in Separate Beds
IWC-88-01          true                 A Case History of Biofouling Control at Virginia Power's Yorktown Generat
IWC-88-01D         true                 A Case History of Biofouling Control at Virginia Power's Yorktown Generat
IWC-88-01AC        true                 A Case History of Biofouling Control at Virginia Power's Yorktown Generat
IWC-82-03          true                 A Case History of Zero Discharge at Northwest Alloys, Inc.
IWC-82-03D         true                 A Case History of Zero Discharge at Northwest Alloys, Inc.
IWC-81-42          true                 Achieving High Recovery Rate from Brackish Water with a Seeded Revers
IWC-08-71          true                 Achieving Reliable Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Treatment of Gray Water
IWC-08-71D         true                 Achieving Reliable Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Treatment of Gray Water
IWC-07-09          true                 Achieving Zero Blowdown for Cooling Towers
IWC-07-09D         true                 Achieving Zero Blowdown for Cooling Towers
IWC-85-48          true                 Acid Free Scale Control for RO Systems
IWC-70~26          true                 Acid Mine Drainage Control
IWC-73~9           true                 A Comparative Study of Chelating Agents - Their Ability to Prevent Deposi
IWC-97-16          true                 A Comparision of Three Different Counterflow Regeneration Systems in a
IWC-97-16D         true                 A Comparision of Three Different Counterflow Regeneration Systems in a
IWC-95-02          true                 A Comparison of a Selective Resin with a Conventional Resin for Nitrate R
IWC-06-29          true                 A Comprehensive Look at Conductivity Measurement in Steam and Powe
IWC-92-52          true                 A Computer-Controlled Pilot Cooling Tower: Taking Advantage of the Grap
IWC-68~1           true                 A Corporate Approach to Water Pollution Control
IWC-95-61          true                 Activated Sodium Bromide-Artificial Marsh Treatment: a Successful Plant-
IWC-95-06          true                 Actives-Based Chemical Control for Recirculating Cooling Water Systems
IWC-95-06D         true                 Actives-Based Chemical Control for Recirculating Cooling Water Systems
IWC-81-21          true                 A Different Approach to Condensate Polishing
IWC-81-21D         true                 A Different Approach to Condensate Polishing
IWC-98-12          true                 A Difficult Iron RO Pretreatment Problem
IWC-62~2           true                 A Discriminating Engineer‘s View of Deaerators
IWC-96-46          false                A Discussion of Experimental Ion Exchange Resin Mass Transfer Coeffici
IWC-66~1           true                 Administrative Aspects of Pollution in the United States and Abroad
IWC-96-64          true                 Adsorption of Organic Impurities from Ion Exchange Resins
IWC-68~6           true                 Adsorption - Something New in Waste Treatment
IWC-02-30          true                 Advanced Cooling Water Performance with New Dual Functioning Inhibito
IWC-02-30D         true                 Advanced Cooling Water Performance with New Dual Functioning Inhibito
IWC-05-66          true                 Advanced DOC Removal Process: Full Scale Plant Design and Performan
IWC-05-66D         true                 Advanced DOC Removal Process: Full Scale Plant Design and Performan
IWC-03-25          true                 Advanced Environmental Efforts in Treating Cooling Water Systems in the
IWC-87-08          true                 Advanced Ion Exchange Hydraulic Analysis and Applications
IWC-87-08D    true    Advanced Ion Exchange Hydraulic Analysis and Applications
IWC-68~3      true    Advanced Methods for Studies of Environmental Impact of Industrial Oper
IWC-86-43     true    Advanced Real-Time Data Acquisition/Data Management Techniques for
IWC-86-43D    true    Advanced Real-Time Data Acquisition/Data Management Techniques for
IWC-94-57     true    Advanced Treatment Processes of Orange County Colored Groundwater i
IWC-94-57D    false   Advanced Treatment Processes of Orange County Colored Groundwater i
IWC-96-41     true    Advanced Wastewater Recovery Techniques used in the Microelectronics
IWC-96-41D    true    Advanced Wastewater Recovery Techniques used in the Microelectronics
IWC-95-58     true    Advanced Water Conservation Technology for Demanding Petrochemical
IWC-95-58D    true    Advanced Water Conservation Technology for Demanding Petrochemical
IWC-88-63     true    Advances in Continuous Analysis of Chlorine Residuals Improve Control o
IWC-99-27     true    Advances in Continuous Electrodeionization – A Comparative Analysis for
IWC-99-27D    false   Advances in Continuous Electrodeionization – A Comparative Analysis for
IWC-98-33     false   Advances in Electrodeionization
IWC-89-57     true    Advances in High Range Conductivity Measurement for Water Treatment
IWC-89-57D    true    Advances in High Range Conductivity Measurement for Water Treatment
IWC-89-57AC   true    Advances in High Range Conductivity Measurement for Water Treatment
IWC-52~4      true    Advances in Process and Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-05-02     true    Advances in Produced Water Deoiling Utilizing a Recently Developed Tec
IWC-05-02AC   true    Advances in Produced Water Deoiling Utilizing a Recently Developed Tec
IWC-05-02D    true    Advances in Produced Water Deoiling Utilizing a Recently Developed Tec
IWC-91-23     true    Advances in the Use of Membrane Technology for the On-Line Measurem
IWC-99-32     true    Advances in Water and Wastewater Treatment for Foundries
IWC-99-32D    false   Advances in Water and Wastewater Treatment for Foundries
IWC-51~8      true    Advantages of Chemical Cleaning of Serviced Boilers
IWC-07-27     false   Affect and Challenge of Controlling Multiple Feed Streams (Brackish, Fres
IWC-08-07     true    A Field Test for Rapid Detection of Legionella pneumophila serogroup 1 in
IWC-08-07D    true    A Field Test for Rapid Detection of Legionella pneumophila serogroup 1 in
IWC-51~11     true    After-Deposits Resulting from the Chemical Cleaning Process
IWC-98-75     true    A ―Greener‖, Cost-Effective Alternative to Cooling Water Corrosion Contro
IWC-98-75D    true    A ―Greener‖, Cost-Effective Alternative to Cooling Water Corrosion Contro
IWC-83-34     true    Air Stripping of Organics
IWC-92-04     true    Alcan Sebree Water Systems - Zero Discharge
IWC-92-04D    true    Alcan Sebree Water Systems - Zero Discharge
IWC-74~16     true    Alcoa Thermopure Process for High Quality Water Production from Waste
IWC-00-12     true    Algicidal Performance of Bromine Biocides and Recommendations for Alg
IWC-00-12D    true    Algicidal Performance of Bromine Biocides and Recommendations for Alg
IWC-51~6      true    Alkali Boil-Out of Boilers
IWC-60~5      true    Alkaline Cleaning of New High Pressure Main Units Prior to Initial Startup
IWC-72~13     true    Alkaline Cooling Water Treatments - A Summary Assessment
IWC-67~7      true    Alkaline Copper Removal
IWC-08-36     true    Alkalinity, the Joker in the Pack
IWC-08-36D    true    Alkalinity, the Joker in the Pack
IWC-92-55     true    All Amines are Not Created Equal - Methoxypropylamine Puts the Hex on
IWC-92-55D    true    All Amines are Not Created Equal - Methoxypropylamine Puts the Hex on
IWC-02-33     true    Alleviation of Problems Associated with Start-Up of RO Systems at a 480
IWC-99-74     true    Allied Signal Sprinkler System Remediation Project
IWC-75~13     true    All Volatile Feedwater Treatment for Nuclear Once-Through Steam Gener
IWC-75~13D1   true    All Volatile Feedwater Treatment for Nuclear Once-Through Steam Gener
IWC-75~13D2   true    All Volatile Feedwater Treatment for Nuclear Once-Through Steam Gener
IWC-96-38     true    A Look behind the Boiler Water Treatment Guidelines-Comments on Pres
IWC-96-38D    true    A Look behind the Boiler Water Treatment Guidelines-Comments on Pres
IWC-93-53     true    Alternative Boiler Feedwater Treatment by using the Oxygenated Techniqu
IWC-86-21     true    Alternative Chemical Treatments for Cyclically Operated Units
IWC-86-21D    true    Alternative Chemical Treatments for Cyclically Operated Units
IWC-66~4      true    A Macroreticular Anion Exchange Resin
IWC-90-01     true    A Method for Increased Wastewater Reuse/Recycle at a Coal Fired Electr
IWC-90-01D    true    A Method for Increased Wastewater Reuse/Recycle at a Coal Fired Electr
IWC-46~6      true    A Method of Removing Silica from Turbine Blades
IWC-04-35     true    Amine Use in High Pressure Steam Cycles and Boilers
IWC-03-12     true    Amine Use in Steam Water Cycles and Boilers - The State of Our Knowled
IWC-69~18     true    Aminomethylenephosphonates Control Scale and Corrosion in Cooling Wa
IWC-92-22     false   Ammonia Form Operation of Condensate Polishing Plant for Long Periods
IWC-92-22D    true    Ammonia Form Operation of Condensate Polishing Plant for Long Periods
IWC-91-02     true    Ammonia Regeneration of Weak Based Anion Exchangers in Utility Plants
IWC-91-02D    true    Ammonia Regeneration of Weak Based Anion Exchangers in Utility Plants
IWC-69~20     true    Ammoniated Cation Resin at Higher Temperatures to Remove Iron from H
IWC-97-61     true    Amoco Chemical Company Amberpack Retrofit Increases Production and
IWC-97-61D    true    Amoco Chemical Company Amberpack Retrofit Increases Production and
IWC-64~9      true    A Modern Approach to Water Treatment Problems for Medium and High P
IWC-82-20     true    A Modified Test Procedure for Predicting Polymer Performance inBelt Pre
IWC-82-20D    true    A Modified Test Procedure for Predicting Polymer Performance inBelt Pre
IWC-02-54     true    A Multi-Parameter Instrument Approach to Boiler Feedwater Monitoring
IWC-82-16     true    An Alternative Approach to the Estimation of Calcium Carbonate Scaling T
IWC-82-16D    true    An Alternative Approach to the Estimation of Calcium Carbonate Scaling T
IWC-05-14     true    An Alternative to Silt Density Index (SDI)...Continuous Particle Counting
IWC-83-47     true    Analysis of Calcium and Magnesium in Effluents Containing High Salt Lev
IWC-85-26     true    Analysis of Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid in Boiler Water by High Press
IWC-92-02     true    Analysis of Nonvolatile Organic Impurities in Ion Exchanged Ultra Pure Wa
IWC-06-49     true    Analytical and Preparatory Issues Associated with Total and Speciation An
IWC-53~14     true    Analytical Methods for pH, Iron and Copper
IWC-78~40     true    Analytical Problems in Chemical Cleaning of Corrosion Products from Stea
IWC-88-21     true    Analytical Techniques for Determining Oily Water in Condensates Used in
IWC-88-21D    false   Analytical Techniques for Determining Oily Water in Condensates Used in
IWC-84-80     true    An Artificial Intelligence Chemistry Diagnostic System
IWC-84-80AC   true    An Artificial Intelligence Chemistry Diagnostic System
IWC-84-80D    true    An Artificial Intelligence Chemistry Diagnostic System
IWC-84-112    true    An Artificial Intelligence Chemistry Diagnostic System
IWC-84-112D   true    An Artificial Intelligence Chemistry Diagnostic System
IWC-90-58     true    An ASTM D2777-86 Based PC Program for Evaluating Collaborative Labo
IWC-90-58D    true    An ASTM D2777-86 Based PC Program for Evaluating Collaborative Labo
IWC-84-108    true    An Automatic Instrument for Measuring Scale Growth in Cooling Water Sy
IWC-84-108D   true    An Automatic Instrument for Measuring Scale Growth in Cooling Water Sy
IWC-01-15     true    An Economical Process to Treat Produced Water from Coal Bed Methane
IWC-01-15D    true    An Economical Process to Treat Produced Water from Coal Bed Methane
IWC-89-28     true    An Economic Optimization Model for Operation of a Pulsed-Resin-Bed Ion
IWC-89-28D    true    An Economic Optimization Model for Operation of a Pulsed-Resin-Bed Ion
IWC-89-28AC   true    An Economic Optimization Model for Operation of a Pulsed-Resin-Bed Ion
IWC-73~24     true    An Economist Looks at Pollution
IWC-02-13     true    An Effective Biocide Combination Treatment Program for Cooling Water S
IWC-46~2      true    An Endpoint Indicator for Determining Dissolved Oxygen in Water
IWC-91-41     true    An Environmentally Sound Alternative for Microbiological Control in Power
IWC-91-41D    false   An Environmentally Sound Alternative for Microbiological Control in Power
IWC-91-41AC   true    An Environmentally Sound Alternative for Microbiological Control in Power
IWC-99-38     true    An Evaluation of Multiple Water Treatment Programs for the Plant Farley S
IWC-99-38D    true    An Evaluation of Multiple Water Treatment Programs for the Plant Farley S
IWC-99-38AC   true    An Evaluation of Multiple Water Treatment Programs for the Plant Farley S
IWC-87-38     true    An Evaluation of the First Installation of "Acrylobed" in the United States
IWC-08-39     true    A New Aid for Managing Biofouling in Cooling Systems
IWC-08-39D    true    A New Aid for Managing Biofouling in Cooling Systems
IWC-08-39AC   true    A New Aid for Managing Biofouling in Cooling Systems
IWC-71~11     true    A New Amberlite Monobed Ion Exchange Resin System
IWC-83-49     true    A New Aminic Volatile Deoxidizing Conditioning Product Alternative to Hyd
IWC-54~22     true    A New Approach in Corrosion Prevention for Cooling Water Systems
IWC-07-56     true    A New Approach to Integrated Water Management for Nuclear Industry
IWC-07-56AC   true    A New Approach to Integrated Water Management for Nuclear Industry
IWC-07-56D    true    A New Approach to Integrated Water Management for Nuclear Industry
IWC-01-07     true    A New Approach to Low-Level Dissolved Oxygen Measurement
IWC-01-05     true    A New, Bromine-Releasing Solid for Microbiological Control of Cooling Wa
IWC-01-05D    true    A New, Bromine-Releasing Solid for Microbiological Control of Cooling Wa
IWC-83-14     true    A New Commercial Monomer for Use In Water Treatment Applications
IWC-83-14D    true    A New Commercial Monomer for Use In Water Treatment Applications
IWC-75~09     false   A New Concept - Gravity/Pressure Sludge Dewatering
IWC-75~09D    true    A New Concept - Gravity/Pressure Sludge Dewatering
IWC-79~40     true    A New Condensate Polishing Technique for Medium Pressure Boilers
IWC-97-39     true    A New Corrosion Inhibitor Program (Molybdate/Zinc) Replaces Successfu
IWC-97-39D    true    A New Corrosion Inhibitor Program (Molybdate/Zinc) Replaces Successfu
IWC-83-48     true    A New Dissolved Hydrogen Detector
IWC-05-80     true    A New Easy, Accurate, Reliable Test Method for All Organic Programs Im
IWC-97-38     true    A New Environmentally Friendly Corrosion Inhibitor for Soft Water Fed Co
IWC-97-38D    true    A New Environmentally Friendly Corrosion Inhibitor for Soft Water Fed Co
IWC-08-52     true    A New Framework for the Management of Cooling System Dynamics
IWC-08-52D    true    A New Framework for the Management of Cooling System Dynamics
IWC-93-49     true    A New Generation in Oxygen Scavenging
IWC-93-49D    true    A New Generation in Oxygen Scavenging
IWC-85-15     true    A New GKM Approach to Makeup Water Treatment and Condensate Polis
IWC-85-15D    true    A New GKM Approach to Makeup Water Treatment and Condensate Polis
IWC-67~12     true    A New Gravimetric Analysis Technique for Suspended Contamination in H
IWC-98-60     true    A New Halogen-Resistant Azole (HRA) for Copper Corrosion Inhibition
IWC-98-60D    true    A New Halogen-Resistant Azole (HRA) for Copper Corrosion Inhibition
IWC-98-60AC   true    A New Halogen-Resistant Azole (HRA) for Copper Corrosion Inhibition
IWC-99-66     true    A New High Efficiency Reverse Osmosis Process
IWC-99-66D    true    A New High Efficiency Reverse Osmosis Process
IWC-97-76     true    A New High Flow Modular Electrodeionization Design
IWC-97-76D    true    A New High Flow Modular Electrodeionization Design
IWC-06-21     true    A New High Performance Dead-end Ultrafiltration
IWC-76~09     true    A New Look at Lime
IWC-76~09D    true    A New Look at Lime
IWC-88-34     true    A New Look at Phosphate vs. AVT for Nuclear Steam Generators
IWC-88-34D    true    A New Look at Phosphate vs. AVT for Nuclear Steam Generators
IWC-01-34     true    A New Membrane Degasifier Design to Address an Old Water Treatment
IWC-78~41     true    A New Method for the Determination of Phosphonates in Boiler and Coolin
IWC-96-15     true    A New Method of Pre-Filtration Prior to a Reverse Osmosis System
IWC-96-15D    true    A New Method of Pre-Filtration Prior to a Reverse Osmosis System
IWC-90-38     true    A New Microfiltration Membrane Separation Process for Water Treatment
IWC-90-38D    true    A New Microfiltration Membrane Separation Process for Water Treatment
IWC-80-47     true   A New Oxygen Scavenger for Boiler Applications
IWC-83-25     true   A New Potable Water Radium/Radon Removal System
IWC-83-25D    true   A New Potable Water Radium/Radon Removal System
IWC-89-49     true   A New Resin Separation System for Improved Condensate Polisher Perfo
IWC-99-70     true   A New, Single-Feed, Liquid Bromine Biocide for Disinfection of Industrial W
IWC-70~24     true   A New Technique for the Determination of Trace Metals by Atomic Absorp
IWC-79~45     true   A New Treatment for Biodegradable Waste
IWC-00-29     true   An Examination of the Use of Vibrational Shear in Ultra-filtration, Nano-filtr
IWC-60~6      true   An Experience in the Use of Filming Amines for Feedwater System Cleani
IWC-91-32     true   An Experimental Study of the Volatility of Ammonium Chloride from Aqueo
IWC-91-32D    true   An Experimental Study of the Volatility of Ammonium Chloride from Aqueo
IWC-91-32AC   true   An Experimental Study of the Volatility of Ammonium Chloride from Aqueo
IWC-93-55     true   An Expert System for Cycle Chemistry Monitoring
IWC-95-23     true   An Ideal Scale Inhibitor for Water Desalination
IWC-95-23D    true   An Ideal Scale Inhibitor for Water Desalination
IWC-01-08     true   An Improved Method for Monitoring Low Concentrations of Volatile Oxyge
IWC-86-36     true   An Improved Method for the On-Line Determination of Operating Efficienc
IWC-80-08     true   An In-Depth Field Evaluation of Iron Transport in 1400 psi Boilers with Var
IWC-80-08D    true   An In-Depth Field Evaluation of Iron Transport in 1400 psi Boilers with Var
IWC-01-55     true   An Innovative and Alternative Method for Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-01-55D    true   An Innovative and Alternative Method for Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-08-56     true   An Innovative Approach for Processing ―SAGD‖ Produced water
IWC-08-56D    true   An Innovative Approach for Processing ―SAGD‖ Produced water
IWC-00-52     true   An Innovative Approach to Continuous Electrodeionization (CEDI) Module
IWC-03-47     true   An Innovative Approach To High Rate Softening
IWC-03-47D    true   An Innovative Approach To High Rate Softening
IWC-87-30     true   An Innovative Solution for Steam Stripping of Volatile Organic Compounds
IWC-87-30D    true   An Innovative Solution for Steam Stripping of Volatile Organic Compounds
IWC-51~1      true   An Inspection Report After Eighteen Months with Hot Lime Zeolite
IWC-02-66     true   An Integrated Approach to the Evaluation of Chemical Treatment Program
IWC-02-66AC   true   An Integrated Approach to the Evaluation of Chemical Treatment Program
IWC-02-66D    true   An Integrated Approach to the Evaluation of Chemical Treatment Program
IWC-94-28     true   An Integrated Boiler Feedwater System Incorporating a Unique Approach
IWC-94-28D    true   An Integrated Boiler Feedwater System Incorporating a Unique Approach
IWC-08-13     true   An Introduction to Alkalinity Limits for Boiler Water Treatment
IWC-74~1      true   An Investigation of Bromine Chloride as a Biocide in Condenser Cooling W
IWC-02-48     true   An Investigation of Electrostatic Water Treatment for Industrial Systems
IWC-92-34     true   An Investigation of the Properties of the "Type-Ill" Strong Base Anion Exch
IWC-86-54     true   Anion Exchange Resin Kinetic Testing - An Indispensable Diagnostic Tool
IWC-82-46     true   Anion Resin Kinetic Testing for Condensate Polishing
IWC-93-13     true   Anion Resin Underlay Reduces Sulfur Throw from BWR Deep Bed Conde
IWC-93-13D    true   Anion Resin Underlay Reduces Sulfur Throw from BWR Deep Bed Conde
IWC-93-13AC   true   Anion Resin Underlay Reduces Sulfur Throw from BWR Deep Bed Conde
IWC-90-04     true   A No Chemical Waste Ultrapure Water System
IWC-90-04D    true   A No Chemical Waste Ultrapure Water System
IWC-96-53     true   An On-Line Monitoring and Control System for Coordinated Phosphate/Ph
IWC-96-53D    true   An On-Line Monitoring and Control System for Coordinated Phosphate/Ph
IWC-88-39     true   An On-Site Chemical Treatment for Removing Iron and Copper from Chel
IWC-88-39D    true   An On-Site Chemical Treatment for Removing Iron and Copper from Chel
IWC-88-39AC   true   An On-Site Chemical Treatment for Removing Iron and Copper from Chel
IWC-90-22     true   An On-Site Chemical Treatment for Thiourea in Boiler Chemical Cleaning
IWC-90-22D    true   An On-Site Chemical Treatment for Thiourea in Boiler Chemical Cleaning
IWC-90-22AC   true    An On-Site Chemical Treatment for Thiourea in Boiler Chemical Cleaning
IWC-02-19     true    An Outline of the New Approach to EPRI Guidelines
IWC-07-29     true    A Novel Approach to Storing and Returning Feedwater Heater Shells to Se
IWC-97-49     true    A Novel Approach to Successful Cooling Water Monitoring
IWC-88-03     true    A Novel Synergistic Chlorine and Copper Technique to Control Biofouling
IWC-88-03D    true    A Novel Synergistic Chlorine and Copper Technique to Control Biofouling
IWC-88-03AC   true    A Novel Synergistic Chlorine and Copper Technique to Control Biofouling
IWC-77~09     true    An Overview of Industrial Boiler Water Technology as Related to Cogener
IWC-07-20     true    An Overview of Legionella Analysis
IWC-87-53     true    An Overview of the Operational Secondary Side Water Chemistry of a Sea
IWC-87-53D    true    An Overview of the Operational Secondary Side Water Chemistry of a Sea
IWC-01-44     true    An Overview of the Water Cycle Chemistry Control Program at the Barbad
IWC-01-30AC   true    Anthrax Presentation
IWC-87-45     true    An Unusual Case Study of Copper Pickup in All Steel Utility Steam Genera
IWC-87-03     true    A PC Based Condensate/Feedwater Chemistry Monitoring and Control Sy
IWC-87-03D    true    A PC Based Condensate/Feedwater Chemistry Monitoring and Control Sy
IWC-90-63     true    A Performance Driven Approach to Cooling Water Treatment Evaluation
IWC-90-25     true    A Portable Test Facility for Evaluating Condenser Microbiological Fouling C
IWC-66~20     true    Application of a Clay-Cationic Polymer for Surface Water Clarification
IWC-07-02     true    Application of Activated Carbon Technologies in Supplemental Point-Of-U
IWC-07-08     true    Application Of Advective-Flow Membrane-Aerated Biofilm Reactor (AF-MA
IWC-07-08D    true    Application Of Advective-Flow Membrane-Aerated Biofilm Reactor (AF-MA
IWC-73~17     true    Application of Aluminum Alloys in Evaporative Desalination
IWC-83-12     true    Application of a New Environmentally Acceptable Cooling Water Treatmen
IWC-83-12D    true    Application of a New Environmentally Acceptable Cooling Water Treatmen
IWC-04-38     true    Application of a Non-Traditional Polyamine/Amine Treatment in High Pres
IWC-95-43     true    Application of Electrodeionization in Ultrapure Water Production
IWC-94-47     true    Application of Electrodeionization in Ultrapure Water Production: Performa
IWC-94-47D    true    Application of Electrodeionization in Ultrapure Water Production: Performa
IWC-94-47AC   true    Application of Electrodeionization in Ultrapure Water Production: Performa
IWC-71~24     true    Application of Granular Activated Carbon in Industrial Water and Waste W
IWC-85-49     true    Application of High Temperature Electromagnetic Filtration for Secondary
IWC-67~21     true    Application of Hydrochloric Acid and Ammonium Bromate for Scale Remo
IWC-84-76     true    Application of Innovative Technologies to Reclaim High Quality Semi-Cond
IWC-84-76D    true    Application of Innovative Technologies to Reclaim High Quality Semi-Cond
IWC-04-41     true    Application of Membrane Filtration Technology for the Production of Drinki
IWC-04-41D    true    Application of Membrane Filtration Technology for the Production of Drinki
IWC-52~5      true    Application of Metallic Phosphates to Cooling Treatment Water
IWC-88-55     true    Application of Microprocessor-Based Control Systems to Large Industrial C
IWC-95-67     true    Application of Robotic Technologies in Balance of Plant Systems in the Ele
IWC-97-80     true    Application of the EPRI PWR Secondary Water Chemistry Guidelines - Re
IWC-97-83     false   Application of the EPRI Secondary Water Chemistry Guidelines, Revision
IWC-95-54     true    Application of the New Gel-Type Crud Removal Resins to an Actual Conde
IWC-95-54D    false   Application of the New Gel-Type Crud Removal Resins to an Actual Conde
IWC-83-43     true    Application of TOC Analyzer to the ppb-Level Measurement of CO2 Trapp
IWC-85-04     true    Applications of Advanced Membrane Filtration to Industrial Wastewater Tr
IWC-04-23     true    Applications of Immersed Membrane Bioreactor Technology for Advanced
IWC-04-23D    true    Applications of Immersed Membrane Bioreactor Technology for Advanced
IWC-78~08     true    Applications of Instrumentation to Water and Wastewater Treatment Proc
IWC-78~08D    true    Applications of Instrumentation to Water and Wastewater Treatment Proc
IWC-46~12     true    Applications of Ion Exchange
IWC-95-04     true    Applications of Non-Separating Mixed Bed Ion Exchange Resins in Water
IWC-99-58      true    Applications of Online TOC Analysis for Monitoring Reverse Osmosis Mem
IWC-64~3       true    Applied Water Quality Monitoring
IWC-90-36      true    Approaches to Two-Pass Reverse Osmosis
IWC-90-36D     true    Approaches to Two-Pass Reverse Osmosis
IWC-91-33      true    Approach to Chemical Steady-State in Steam Generating Systems
IWC-43~2       true    Approval Testing of Naval Deaerating Feedwater Heaters
IWC-92-48      true    A Practical Guide to Avoiding Steam Purity Problems in the Industrial Plan
IWC-84-35      true    A Program for Review and Selection of Water Treatment Suppliers
IWC-84-35D     true    A Program for Review and Selection of Water Treatment Suppliers
IWC-85-47      true    A Progress Report on an EDR Installation
IWC-85-20      true    A Progress Report on the Application of Weakly Acidic Cation Exchange R
IWC-68~5       true    A Progress Report on the Removal of Colloids from Water by Macroreticu
IWC-00-50      true    A Quantitative Analysis of Humidification Steam Contaminants
IWC-00-50D     true    A Quantitative Analysis of Humidification Steam Contaminants
IWC-01-03      true    A Quantum Leap in CPP Ion Exchange Resin Technology
IWC-73~15      true    Aquatic Ecosystems in Artificial Cooling Lakes
IWC-81-26      true    A Rapid Method for Analysis of Phosphonate Compounds
IWC-81-26D     true    A Rapid Method for Analysis of Phosphonate Compounds
IWC-83-45      true    A Rapid Method for Monitoring Microbial Fouling in Industrial Cooling Wate
IWC-82-10      true    A Rational Approach to Problems of Fouling Deposition
IWC-82-10D     true    A Rational Approach to Problems of Fouling Deposition
IWC-89-26      true    Are all Type I Strong Base Anion Resins Chemically Equal in their Ability to
IWC-89-26D     true    Are all Type I Strong Base Anion Resins Chemically Equal in their Ability to
IWC-89-26AC    true    Are all Type I Strong Base Anion Resins Chemically Equal in their Ability to
IWC-97-45      true    A Real-Time, Continuous Method of Monitoring Corrosion Rates in Closed
IWC-97-45D1    true    A Real-Time, Continuous Method of Monitoring Corrosion Rates in Closed
IWC-97-45D2    true    A Real-Time, Continuous Method of Monitoring Corrosion Rates in Closed
IWC-60~12      true    A Report of Work Done by the Ohio River Valley Sanitation Commission
IWC-99-72      true    A Report on MIC Activities at TMI
IWC-90-35      true    A Report on the Use of Organic Removal Ion-Exchanger in Treatment of D
IWC-01-04      true    A Review and Comparison of MIC Indices (Models)
IWC-01-04D     true    A Review and Comparison of MIC Indices (Models)
IWC-93-28      true    A Review of a Molybdate-Based Corrosion Control Program in Closed Coo
IWC-74~9       true    A Review of Analytical Procedures That are Applicable to Monitoring Orga
IWC-72~8       true    A Review of Pre-Operational Cleaning Practices m High Pressure Utility S
IWC-52~10      true    A Review of Testing Techniques in Cooling Tower Waters
IWC-89-45      true    A Review of the History of IWC Utility Power Cycle Chemistry
IWC-01-42      true    Are You Aware of Hidden Assumptions in Saturation Calculations?
IWC-01-42D     false   Are You Aware of Hidden Assumptions in Saturation Calculations?
IWC-01-42AC    true    Are You Aware of Hidden Assumptions in Saturation Calculations?
IWC-82-13      true    Arresting of Steam Generator Tube Denting, Salem Unit One
IWC-03-43      true    Arsenic Reduction From a Contaminated Cooling Tower Basin
IWC-03-43D     true    Arsenic Reduction From a Contaminated Cooling Tower Basin
IWC-87-43      false   A Safe-Low Temperature-Ferric Oxide Solvent System
IWC-87-06      true    A Self-Cleaning Dissolved Oxygen Sensor for Continuous Dissolved Oxyg
IWC-71~20      true    A Significant Advance in the Technology of Industrial Wastewater Monitori
IWC-80-38      true    A Significant Reduction of Pollution from Ion Exchange Softeners by Use o
IWC-93-65      true    A Simplified Method of Pre-Operat1onal Cleaning and Passivation of a Co
IWC-93-65D     true    A Simplified Method of Pre-Operat1onal Cleaning and Passivation of a Co
IWC-06~S09PD   true    ASME Sponsored Session: Controlling Water Chemistry in High Pressure
IWC-06~S11PD   true    ASME Sponsored Session: Start-ups and Cycling of HRSGs in Combined
IWC-70~5       true    A Solution for Industrial Wastewater Treatment - Granular Activated Carbo
IWC-73~3      true    Aspects of Wastewater Reuse as Cooling Tower Makeup
IWC-95-08     true    Assuring Long-Term Integrity of Steam Generators and Turbines by Maint
IWC-05-23     true    Assuring Mill Reliability by Conducting Planned Audits of Water Treatment
IWC-05-23D    true    Assuring Mill Reliability by Conducting Planned Audits of Water Treatment
IWC-96-33     true    A Standardized Method for Evaluating and Comparing the Environmental A
IWC-01-23     true    A Statistical Review Of 150 Membrane Autopsies
IWC-03-01     true    A Step-Change Improvement in Melt-Blown Depth Filtration Technology
IWC-03-01D    true    A Step-Change Improvement in Melt-Blown Depth Filtration Technology
IWC-85-29     true    ASTM Power Plant Water Analysis Manual
IWC-80-30     true    A Study of Corrosion of Boiler Metals in Inhibited Chemical Cleaning Solve
IWC-80-30D    true    A Study of Corrosion of Boiler Metals in Inhibited Chemical Cleaning Solve
IWC-00-19     true    A Study on the Application of a New Dissolved Oxygen Removal System U
IWC-00-18D    true    A Study on the Application of a New Dissolved Oxygen Removal System U
IWC-95-39     true    A Successful Dispersant Program for Scale Problems in A Steel Mill Gas S
IWC-01-36     true    A Successful Outsourcing Case in Steam Generation System in a Large E
IWC-87-35     true    A Three Bed Demineralizer Case History on Organic Bearing Surface Wat
IWC-89-42     true    A Totally Integrated Chemistry Data Management System
IWC-89-42D    true    A Totally Integrated Chemistry Data Management System
IWC-05-77     true    A Triple Membrane Process Utilizing Long Path Homogeneous Membrane
IWC-57~3      true    Audigage Inspection of Boiler Tubes
IWC-08-48     true    Auditing a Reverse Osmosis System
IWC-08-48D    true    Auditing a Reverse Osmosis System
IWC-01-37     true    Audit Program Risk Management: The Role Of Privilege and the Need to M
IWC-01-37D    true    Audit Program Risk Management: The Role Of Privilege and the Need to M
IWC-83-17     true    A Unique Advance in Condensate Polishing at Central Illinois Public Servic
IWC-83-17D    true    A Unique Advance in Condensate Polishing at Central Illinois Public Servic
IWC-71~15     true    A Unique Closed Cycle Water System for Removal of Arnmonium Nitrate
IWC-90-56     true    A Unique Empirical Method for Defining Concentrations of Volatile and No
IWC-99-36     true    A Unique High Recovery RO System Design Leads to Wastewater Reuse
IWC-99-36D    false   A Unique High Recovery RO System Design Leads to Wastewater Reuse
IWC-64~8      true    A Unique Process - Warm (140°F) Lime Zeolite Softening
IWC-76~06     true    Autoclave Simulation Studies of Condenser In-Leakage in Nuclear Steam
IWC-76~06D    true    Autoclave Simulation Studies of Condenser In-Leakage in Nuclear Steam
IWC-76~06AC   true    Autoclave Simulation Studies of Condenser In-Leakage in Nuclear Steam
IWC-96-52     true    Automated Monitoring and Control of pH, Phosphate and Sodium to Phosp
IWC-96-52D    true    Automated Monitoring and Control of pH, Phosphate and Sodium to Phosp
IWC-64~19     true    Automated Pretreatment Plants
IWC-47~13     false   Automatic Control in Corrective Water Treatment
IWC-94-11     true    Automatic Control of Dechlorination Process for Ion Exchange Systems
IWC-66~19     true    Automatic Control of Lime Treatment
IWC-94-24     true    Automatic Control of Recirculating Solids Contact Clarif1ers
IWC-94-24D    true    Automatic Control of Recirculating Solids Contact Clarif1ers
IWC-93-47     true    Automatic Hydrocarbon Leak Alarm for Cooling Water
IWC-65~2      true    Automation of Cooling Water Corrosion Control Program
IWC-90-50     true    Automation of Total Iron Concentration Monitoring on Start-Up of Fossil Po
IWC-90-50D    true    Automation of Total Iron Concentration Monitoring on Start-Up of Fossil Po
IWC-90-50AC   true    Automation of Total Iron Concentration Monitoring on Start-Up of Fossil Po
IWC-56~2      true    Automation of Water Treating Equipment
IWC-70~9      true    Auxiliary Water Coolant Systems
IWC-01-10     false   A Variant Form of MIC Tubercle
IWC-04-27     true    Avoiding Costly Water Treatment Mistakes in Combined Cycle Power Plan
IWC-94-29     true    Avoiding Failures Due to Misapplication of Contemporary Industrial Boiler
IWC-94-29D    true   Avoiding Failures Due to Misapplication of Contemporary Industrial Boiler
IWC-98-03     true   Avoiding Potential Problems In Diagnosing Boiler Tube Failure Mechanism
IWC-63~14     true   A Year of Evaporator Operating Experience
IWC-74~7      true   Background and Current Evaluation of Effluent Limitation Guidelines for S
IWC-52~7      true   Bacteria Growths and Their Control
IWC-49~8      true   Bacteriology in Connection with Base Exchange Water
IWC-82-41     true   Barium Fouled Sulphonic-Acid Resins
IWC-66~12     true   Basic Considerations in Selection of Instrumentation for Industrial Water T
IWC-63~7      true   Basic Design and Six Months Operation for a Copper-Free, Reheat Boiler
IWC-03-35     true   Basis for Characterization of Performance of EDI Devices
IWC-78~17     true   Behavior of Oxygen and Corrosion Products in the Indian Point 2 Feedwat
IWC-78~17D    true   Behavior of Oxygen and Corrosion Products in the Indian Point 2 Feedwat
IWC-99-64     true   Behavior of Silica in Ion Exchange and Other Systems
IWC-99-64D    true   Behavior of Silica in Ion Exchange and Other Systems
IWC-93-37     true   Behavior of Sodium Phosphates under Boiler Conditions
IWC-93-37D    true   Behavior of Sodium Phosphates under Boiler Conditions
IWC-97-12     true   Beneficial Reuse of Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent as Cooling Towe
IWC-97-12D    true   Beneficial Reuse of Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent as Cooling Towe
IWC-02-60     true   Beneficial Use of EPRI Chemical Cleaning Guidelines
IWC-94-42     true   Benefits of Activated Sodium Bromide for an Artificial Marsh Treatment Pr
IWC-94-42D    true   Benefits of Activated Sodium Bromide for an Artificial Marsh Treatment Pr
IWC-05-25     true   Benefits of Oil and Grease Removal for Contact Cooling Water Systems in
IWC-05-25D    true   Benefits of Oil and Grease Removal for Contact Cooling Water Systems in
IWC-91-14     true   Benefits of Replacing Two-Bed IX with Two-Pass Reverse Osmosis in Hig
IWC-07-34     true   Benefits of Soft Water Makeup for Cooling Tower
IWC-07-34D    true   Benefits of Soft Water Makeup for Cooling Tower
IWC-94-02     true   Biocidal Efficacy Against Sessile Sulfate Reducing Bacteria
IWC-94-02D    true   Biocidal Efficacy Against Sessile Sulfate Reducing Bacteria
IWC-84-60     true   Biocidal Efficacy with Respect to Sessile and Planktonic Organisms
IWC-84-60D    true   Biocidal Efficacy with Respect to Sessile and Planktonic Organisms
IWC-00-60     true   Biocide Optimization Using an On-Line Biofilm Detector
IWC-84-49     true   Biocontrol - Key to Heat Exchanger Efficiency in Grain Alcohol Plant
IWC-84-49D    true   Biocontrol - Key to Heat Exchanger Efficiency in Grain Alcohol Plant
IWC-95-16     true   Biodegradable Alternative to Polyacrylate-Based Scale Inhibitors and Disp
IWC-02-31     true   Biofilms that Control Corrosion
IWC-88-48     true   Biofouling Control using a Synergistic Hydrogen Peroxide and Ferrous Ion
IWC-71~6      true   Biological Control in Cooling Systems New Developments and Pollution C
IWC-01-53     true   Biological Control in Cooling Towers Treated with Pulsed-Power Systems
IWC-01-54     true   Biological Control in Cooling Towers Treated with Pulsed-Power Systems
IWC-99-23     true   Biological Control in Demineralizer Pretreatment Systems
IWC-99-23D    true   Biological Control in Demineralizer Pretreatment Systems
IWC-00-44     true   Biological Pretreatment Allows Re-Use of Condensate from Steam Host
IWC-05-72     true   Biological Selenium Removal from FGD Wastewater
IWC-05-72D    true   Biological Selenium Removal from FGD Wastewater
IWC-07-49     true   Biological Treatment of Flue Gas Desulfurization Scrubber Purge Water
IWC-07-49D    true   Biological Treatment of Flue Gas Desulfurization Scrubber Purge Water
IWC-78~24     true   Biomass Engineering Improves Wastewater Treatment System Performan
IWC-78~24D    true   Biomass Engineering Improves Wastewater Treatment System Performan
IWC-78~24AC   true   Biomass Engineering Improves Wastewater Treatment System Performan
IWC-84-115    true   Boiler and Feedwater Standards in Fossil and Nuclear Plant Operated by t
IWC-70~14     true   Boiler Chelant Treatment: An Update
IWC-89-11     true   Boiler Chemical Cleaning Waste Treatment and Disposal Options
IWC-89-11D    true    Boiler Chemical Cleaning Waste Treatment and Disposal Options
IWC-89-11AC   true    Boiler Chemical Cleaning Waste Treatment and Disposal Options
IWC-77~08     false   Boiler Design
IWC-93-36     true    Boiler Design and Chemical Considerations
IWC-93-36D    false   Boiler Design and Chemical Considerations
IWC-00-30     true    Boiler Failure Mechanisms
IWC-05-79     true    Boiler Feed Water Degasification Using Membrane Contactors—New Met
IWC-05-79D    true    Boiler Feed Water Degasification Using Membrane Contactors—New Met
IWC-91-17     true    Boiler Pressure Drop: Review of ENEL Cycle Chemistry Experience
IWC-91-17D    true    Boiler Pressure Drop: Review of ENEL Cycle Chemistry Experience
IWC-91-17AC   true    Boiler Pressure Drop: Review of ENEL Cycle Chemistry Experience
IWC-68~17     true    Boiler Scale Control in the Carbonate Cycle with Synthetic Polymers
IWC-67~9      true    Boiler Scale Control with Polyacrylates and Polymethacrylates
IWC-81-06     true    Boiler Scale Inhibitors
IWC-81-06D    true    Boiler Scale Inhibitors
IWC-98-02     true    Boiler Tube Failure Mechanism Assessment
IWC-57~4      true    Boiler Tube Inspection with Ultrasonic Resonance Instruments
IWC-99-12     true    Boiler Water Treatment Needs in High-Pressure Heat Recovery Steam Ge
IWC-06-55     true    BOMA Perspective
IWC-71~7      true    Boric Acid Equilibria and pH in PWR Coolants
IWC-03-41     true    Boron Removal with Ion Exchange Resin
IWC-73~19     true    Breakthrough in Non-Chromate Inhibitor Technology, Breakthrough in Non
IWC-54~13     true    Break-through or Leakage Problems with Specific Pieces of Equipment
IWC-74~5      true    Brine Concentrators Providing ―Zero Liquid Discharge‖
IWC-98-74     true    Bromine Based Biocides for Cooling Water Systems: A Literature Review
IWC-87-42     true    Bromine Chemistry an Alternative to Dechlorination in Cooling Water and
IWC-87-42D    true    Bromine Chemistry an Alternative to Dechlorination in Cooling Water and
IWC-77~29     true    Bromine Chloride - An Alternative to Chlorination as an Antifoulant in Once
IWC-79~04     true    Buoyant Media Filter
IWC-06-56     true    Business Continuity Planning
IWC-93-14     false   BWR Condensate Polisher Resin Cleaning Method - Transfer of Japanese
IWC-93-14D    false   BWR Condensate Polisher Resin Cleaning Method - Transfer of Japanese
IWC-93-42     true    BWR Deep Bed Condensate Polisher - Corrosion Product Removal with Im
IWC-79~09     true    BWR Radwaste Filtration Pilot Plant Study Comparison
IWC-79~09D    true    BWR Radwaste Filtration Pilot Plant Study Comparison
IWC-00-24     true    Calcium Carbonate Deposition from Industrial Process Water and It's Mitig
IWC-00-24D    true    Calcium Carbonate Deposition from Industrial Process Water and It's Mitig
IWC-07-35     true    Calcium Hypochlorite versus Bromine in Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-07-35D    true    Calcium Hypochlorite versus Bromine in Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-06-06     true    Calcium Removal from Water
IWC-06-06D    true    Calcium Removal from Water
IWC-80-41     true    Calculations of Cooling Water Systems
IWC-80-31     true    Calculations of Steam Generator Chemistry
IWC-80-34     true    Calculations of Steam Generator Chemistry (Boiler-Total System Accounti
IWC-05-30     true    Capacitive Deionization Technology: An Alternative Desalination Solution
IWC-72~12     true    Capillary Action Applied to Sludge Dewatering
IWC-99-22     true    Capillary UF as RO Pretreatment
IWC-99-22D    false   Capillary UF as RO Pretreatment
IWC-96-72     true    Capital and Service Contract Reverse Osmosis System at TVA's Fossil Pl
IWC-96-72D    true    Capital and Service Contract Reverse Osmosis System at TVA's Fossil Pl
IWC-00-05     true    Capital versus Service Contract Make-Up Systems at Intervapeur Cogene
IWC-00-05D    true    Capital versus Service Contract Make-Up Systems at Intervapeur Cogene
IWC-95-69     true    Carbon-Add® in Freshwater - a New Product to Improve the Water Quality
IWC-95-41     true    Carbon Dioxide and Dissolved Oxygen Removal from Makeup Water by G
IWC-95-41D    true    Carbon Dioxide and Dissolved Oxygen Removal from Makeup Water by G
IWC-91-19     true    Carbon Dioxide and Fossil Plant Cycle Chemistry
IWC-91-19D    true    Carbon Dioxide and Fossil Plant Cycle Chemistry
IWC-91-19AC   true    Carbon Dioxide and Fossil Plant Cycle Chemistry
IWC-98-59     true    Carbon Dioxide Assisted Corrosion of Stainless Steel
IWC-62~8      true    Carboxylic Resins in Water Treatment
IWC-05-64     true    CARIX – 20 Years of Non-Polluting Ion Exchange Technology
IWC-05-64D    true    CARIX – 20 Years of Non-Polluting Ion Exchange Technology
IWC-02-14     true    Case Histories on Legionnaires‘ Disease from Cooling Tower Systems – W
IWC-02-14D    true    Case Histories on Legionnaires‘ Disease from Cooling Tower Systems – W
IWC-07-46     true    Case Histories: Using Tin Technology to Control Corrosion in Water Syste
IWC-98-25     true    Case History: Control of MIC and Macrofouling in SWS: Case History
IWC-94-75     true    Case History in the Application of Deaerator Design Principles
IWC-94-75D    true    Case History in the Application of Deaerator Design Principles
IWC-91-44     true    Case History - Investigation, Inspection and Treatment Program Develope
IWC-94-76     true    Case History: Microprocessor-Based Chlorine Residual Analyzer Provides
IWC-94-76D    true    Case History: Microprocessor-Based Chlorine Residual Analyzer Provides
IWC-81-09     true    Case History of a Chemical Waste Landfill
IWC-81-09D    true    Case History of a Chemical Waste Landfill
IWC-04-29     false   Case History of a Heat Recovery Steam Generator System Failure
IWC-89-23     true    Case History of a Reverse Osmosis System on High Organic Content We
IWC-89-23D    false   Case History of a Reverse Osmosis System on High Organic Content We
IWC-05-24     true    Case History of the Premcor Refinery Wastewater Treatment Plant on the
IWC-05-24AC   true    Case History of the Premcor Refinery Wastewater Treatment Plant on the
IWC-05-24D    true    Case History of the Premcor Refinery Wastewater Treatment Plant on the
IWC-95-46     true    Case History: Performance Evaluation of Ozone Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-95-46D    true    Case History: Performance Evaluation of Ozone Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-07-63     true    Case Studies Using New Luminescent Technology for ppb Levels of Disso
IWC-05-53     true    Case Study of Anaerobic Treatment of Winery Wastewater
IWC-98-23     true    Case Study of Complex Pitting Corrosion on 316L Stainless Steel Conden
IWC-94-56     true    Case Study: Wastewater Recycling at an Acrylics Manufacturing Plant in M
IWC-94-56D    true    Case Study: Wastewater Recycling at an Acrylics Manufacturing Plant in M
IWC-92-49     false   Case Study: Wastewater Recycling System at the World's First Zero Efflue
IWC-90-05     true    Case Study: Zero Liquid Discharge Water Treatment System at the Stratto
IWC-90-05D    true    Case Study: Zero Liquid Discharge Water Treatment System at the Stratto
IWC-90-05AC   true    Case Study: Zero Liquid Discharge Water Treatment System at the Stratto
IWC-90-03     true    Catalytic Hydrogen Deoxygenation and Triple Membrane Demineralization
IWC-90-03D    true    Catalytic Hydrogen Deoxygenation and Triple Membrane Demineralization
IWC-90-03AC   true    Catalytic Hydrogen Deoxygenation and Triple Membrane Demineralization
IWC-43~7      true    Catalytic Lime Soda Softening by the Spiractor
IWC-41~2      true    Cathodic Protection of Aluminum Equipment Exposed to Industrial Waters
IWC-44~5      true    Cathodic Protection of Steel Equipment Submerged in Water
IWC-01-18     true    Cation Conductivity and Power Plant Reliability - A 20-Plant Survey
IWC-01-20     false   Cation Conductivity in HRSG Steam
IWC-97-48     true    Cation Conductivity Temperature Compensation
IWC-48~2      true    Cation Exchangers - Operation on the Hydrogen Cycle
IWC-84-73     true    Cationic Polyelectrolyte Fouling of Cation Exchange Resins
IWC-84-73D    true    Cationic Polyelectrolyte Fouling of Cation Exchange Resins
IWC-79~50     true    Cationic Starches as Industrial Flocculants
IWC-51~19     true    Cause and Control of Iron Oxide Deposits in High Pressure Boilers
IWC-99-20     true    Ceramic Membrane Microfiltration in the Treatment of Domestic Sewage —
IWC-99-20D    false   Ceramic Membrane Microfiltration in the Treatment of Domestic Sewage —
IWC-97-77     true    Ceramic Membrane Pretreatment of Warm Surface Water Supplies for Fe
IWC-97-77D    true    Ceramic Membrane Pretreatment of Warm Surface Water Supplies for Fe
IWC-93-19     true    Ceramic Microfilters for Pretreatment Prior to Reverse Osmosis
IWC-59~14     true    Certification of Redwood and Effect of Oxidizing Agents on Redwood in Co
IWC-97-63     true    CFD Modeling of the Dispersion of Contaminants in the Clinch River
IWC-97-63D    true    CFD Modeling of the Dispersion of Contaminants in the Clinch River
IWC-07-54     true    Challenges in Licensing and Water Treatment Design for the New Genera
IWC-07-54D    true    Challenges in Licensing and Water Treatment Design for the New Genera
IWC-03-26     true    Challenges in Managing Reclaimed Water Quality: Perspectives from the
IWC-08-61     true    Challenges in Meeting Condensate, Feedwater, and Steam/Water Quality
IWC-08-61D1   true    Challenges in Meeting Condensate, Feedwater, and Steam/Water Quality
IWC-08-61D2   true    Challenges in Meeting Condensate, Feedwater, and Steam/Water Quality
IWC-08-61D3   true    Challenges in Meeting Condensate, Feedwater, and Steam/Water Quality
IWC-08-61AC   true    Challenges in Meeting Condensate, Feedwater, and Steam/Water Quality
IWC-05-12     true    Challenges in Rebuilding Iraq's Water Infrastructure
IWC-73~1      true    Changing Federal-State Relationships in Water Pollution Control Program
IWC-41~1      true    Characteristics and Cost of Corrosion
IWC-82-37     true    Characterization and Thermal Stability of Polymers for Boiler Treatment
IWC-82-37D    true    Characterization and Thermal Stability of Polymers for Boiler Treatment
IWC-83-09     true    Characterization and Treatment of Trace Metals in Coal Pile Drainage
IWC-83-09D    true    Characterization and Treatment of Trace Metals in Coal Pile Drainage
IWC-80-16     true    Characterization of Impurities in the Feed Water, Steam and Condensate
IWC-80-16D    true    Characterization of Impurities in the Feed Water, Steam and Condensate
IWC-79~27     true    Characterization of Industrial Process Waters and Water-Formed Deposits
IWC-79~27D    true    Characterization of Industrial Process Waters and Water-Formed Deposits
IWC-07-65     false   Characterization of Selenium Species in Flue Gas Desulfurization Waters
IWC-86-13     true    Characterization vs. Identification of Organics in Boiler Feed Water Treatm
IWC-86-13D    true    Characterization vs. Identification of Organics in Boiler Feed Water Treatm
IWC-98-31     true    Characterizing Wastewater Streams at Electric Utility Power Plants – Colle
IWC-65~10     true    Chelating Agent for Boiler Treatment
IWC-65~6      true    Chelating Agents as In-Service Cleaners - Field Results
IWC-68~8      true    Chelating Agents in the Treatment of Boiler Feedwater
IWC-75~14     true    Chemical and Mechanical Cleaning of Condenser Systems for Electric Ge
IWC-75~14D    true    Chemical and Mechanical Cleaning of Condenser Systems for Electric Ge
IWC-90-62     true    Chemical Changes in Water/Steam Cycle of Fossil Power Plants under Cy
IWC-03-34     true    Chemical Cleaning A Boiler - An Overview
IWC-03-34D    true    Chemical Cleaning A Boiler - An Overview
IWC-93-57     true    Chemical Cleaning and Passivation of the Brass Condenser Tubes
IWC-02-09     true    Chemical Cleaning Heat Recovery Steam Generator‘s (HRSG‘s) - Top 11
IWC-67~20     true    Chemical Cleaning Inhibited HCl vs. EDTA
IWC-60~3      true    Chemical Cleaning of Boiler and Pre-Boiler Cycle - Shawville Station
IWC-93-05     false   Chemical Cleaning of Boilers
IWC-93-05D    false   Chemical Cleaning of Boilers
IWC-61~6      true    Chemical Cleaning of Boilers and Auxiliaries by the Sumco Hi-Flo Method
IWC-60~18     true    Chemical Cleaning of Boiling Water Reactor and Steam-Water System at
IWC-95-68     true    Chemical Cleaning of HP Turbines at Columbia Energy Center
IWC-95-68D    true    Chemical Cleaning of HP Turbines at Columbia Energy Center
IWC-02-61     true    Chemical Cleaning of Industrial Utility Systems
IWC-87-23     true    Chemical Cleaning of the Boiler, Superheater, Reheater and Main Steam
IWC-71~8      true    Chemical Cleaning Research for Nuclear Steam Generators
IWC-61~4      true    Chemical Cleaning with Foamed Solvents
IWC-00-22     true    Chemical Conditioning Programme for an Evaporative Tower Cooling Circ
IWC-80-25     true    Chemical Equilibria in Aqueous Systems at High Temperatures
IWC-49~13     true    Chemical Feed Systems
IWC-41~13     true    Chemical Laboratory for Water Treatment Control in the New Power Plant
IWC-98-30     true    Chemically Foam Cleaning High Pressure Steam Turbines
IWC-93-27     true    Chemical Modeling in Nuclear Turbines
IWC-93-27D    true    Chemical Modeling in Nuclear Turbines
IWC-93-27AC   true    Chemical Modeling in Nuclear Turbines
IWC-49~12     true    Chemical Quality of Industrial Surface Waters of Pennsylvania
IWC-61~5      true    Chemical Removal of Magnetite and Copper
IWC-87-17     true    Chemical Transport and Turbine Corrosion in Phosphate Treated Drum Bo
IWC-87-17D    true    Chemical Transport and Turbine Corrosion in Phosphate Treated Drum Bo
IWC-03-22     true    Chemical vs. Non-chemical Cooling Water Treatments - a Side-by-Side C
IWC-03-22D    true    Chemical vs. Non-chemical Cooling Water Treatments - a Side-by-Side C
IWC-06-37     true    Chemistry Challenges for Cycling Heat Recovery Steam Generators
IWC-00-43     true    Chemistry Challenges to Meet NOx Injection Water and HRSG Cycle Mak
IWC-74~13     true    Chemistry of Lime/Limestone Scrubbing Liquor from Power Plant Stack G
IWC-55~3      false   Chloride Stress Corrosion of Stainless Steels
IWC-65~23     true    Chlorination of Large Cooling Water Supplies
IWC-94-03     true    Chlorine Dioxide- A Molluscicidal Agent for Adult Zebra Mussel Eradication
IWC-04-12     true    Chlorine Dioxide for Legionella Control in a Hospital Water System: Monito
IWC-75~21     true    Chlorine Dioxide Multi-Purpose Oxidant for Water/Wastewater Treatment
IWC-75~22     true    Chlorine Monitoring in Cooling Water Discharge
IWC-94-09     true    Chlorine Residual? Or ORP? For Wastewater Chlorination Control
IWC-94-09D    true    Chlorine Residual? Or ORP? For Wastewater Chlorination Control
IWC-93-03     false   Choosing and Operating an Ozone System for Cooling Tower Treatment
IWC-93-03D    false   Choosing and Operating an Ozone System for Cooling Tower Treatment
IWC-76~04     true    Chromate and Water Recovery from a Tin Plating Operation using Ion Exc
IWC-76~04D    true    Chromate and Water Recovery from a Tin Plating Operation using Ion Exc
IWC-41~7      true    Chromate Corrosion Inhibitors
IWC-77~18     true    Chromate Removal by Ion Exchange
IWC-77~18D    true    Chromate Removal by Ion Exchange
IWC-48~11     true    Circulating Water Treatment Practice
IWC-46~10     true    Clarification of Industrial Wastes and Wasted Efforts
IWC-59~12     true    Classification of Cooling Tower Wood Deterioration
IWC-82-49     true    Cleaning and Passivating Cooling Water Systems
IWC-94-73     true    Cleaning of Oil Field Softener Resins
IWC-95-27     false   Cleaning of Steamside Surfaces: Design, Preparation and Performance
IWC-95-27D    false   Cleaning of Steamside Surfaces: Design, Preparation and Performance
IWC-92-50     true    Cleaning the Water at a Clean Air Plant: Early Operating Data from the Nip
IWC-92-50AC   true    Cleaning the Water at a Clean Air Plant: Early Operating Data from the Nip
IWC-92-50D    true    Cleaning the Water at a Clean Air Plant: Early Operating Data from the Nip
IWC-07-48     true    Closed Cooling System Treatment: Using Phosphinosuccinate Oligomers
IWC-71~17     true    Closed-Cycle Industrial Water Use Systems
IWC-92-23     true    Cloth1ng a Naked Unit: Condensate Polishing Installed
IWC-92-23AC   true    Cloth1ng a Naked Unit: Condensate Polishing Installed
IWC-92-23D    true    Cloth1ng a Naked Unit: Condensate Polishing Installed
IWC-61~13     true    Coagulant Coatings Open New Applications to Filter Aids
IWC-95-24     false   Coagulation/Flocculation Mechanisms, Floc Geometry and the Mode of De
IWC-54~4      true    Coal Mine Drainage
IWC-82-30     true    Co-Counter-Current Regeneration in Ion Exchange Systems
IWC-82-30D     true   Co-Counter-Current Regeneration in Ion Exchange Systems
IWC-95-32      true   Co-Current Ion Exchange vs. Amberpack
IWC-97-35      true   COD Reduction in Effluent arising from Treatment of Spent Cutting Fluids
IWC-45~5       true   Cold Water Vacuum Deaeration
IWC-86-31      true   Colloidal Silica Removal by Ultrafiltration
IWC-86-31D     true   Colloidal Silica Removal by Ultrafiltration
IWC-82-27      true   Colloidal Silica Removal to the ppb Range: a Reality with Mixed Media Filt
IWC-83-37      true   Colloidal Silica Removal with Ion Exchange Resin at Milliken Station
IWC-84-13      true   Colorimetric Determination of Trace Benzotriazole or Tolyltriazole
IWC-66~5       true   Color Removal from a New England River Water
IWC-88-31      true   Combination Cooling Water/FGD Wet Scrubber Chemical Treatment at M
IWC-88-31D     true   Combination Cooling Water/FGD Wet Scrubber Chemical Treatment at M
IWC-88-31AC    true   Combination Cooling Water/FGD Wet Scrubber Chemical Treatment at M
IWC-82-19      true   Combined Alkaline/Breakpoint Chlorination Treatment Process
IWC-82-19D     true   Combined Alkaline/Breakpoint Chlorination Treatment Process
IWC-78~18      true   Combined Conditioning of Water-Steam Cycle of Power-Generating Units
IWC-78~18D     true   Combined Conditioning of Water-Steam Cycle of Power-Generating Units
IWC-02-38      true   Combined Cycle ACC Power Plant Zero Discharge Optimization: Design V
IWC-99-13      true   Combined Cycle and Cogeneration System Water Chemistry and Operatio
IWC-90-42      true   Combined Water Treatment (CWT) in Once Through Boilers: ENEL Exper
IWC-90-42D     true   Combined Water Treatment (CWT) in Once Through Boilers: ENEL Exper
IWC-90-42AC    true   Combined Water Treatment (CWT) in Once Through Boilers: ENEL Exper
IWC-85-30      true   Commercial Production of Ultrapure Water by Fully-Automatic Triple-Mem
IWC-85-30D     true   Commercial Production of Ultrapure Water by Fully-Automatic Triple-Mem
IWC-03-19      true   Commissioning Challenges for a Water Treatment Plant Designed to Trea
IWC-08~S17PD   true   COMMISSIONING HIGH PRESSURE POWER PLANTS
IWC-07-41      true   Commission of a Water Treatment System in NZ
IWC-95-25      true   Comparative Effectiveness of a Single-Component Antiscalant vs. a Multic
IWC-89-38      true   Comparative Evaluation of Condensate Polisher Design and Performance
IWC-89-38D     true   Comparative Evaluation of Condensate Polisher Design and Performance
IWC-89-38AC    true   Comparative Evaluation of Condensate Polisher Design and Performance
IWC-86-50      true   Comparative Investigation into Corrosion Inhibitors for Copper
IWC-08-46      true   Comparing Conventional and Membrane Pre-Treatment on Seawater Osm
IWC-08-46D     true   Comparing Conventional and Membrane Pre-Treatment on Seawater Osm
IWC-01-48      true   Comparing the Crud-Holding Capacity of Powdered Resin Mixes Containin
IWC-01-48D     true   Comparing the Crud-Holding Capacity of Powdered Resin Mixes Containin
IWC-82-52      true   Comparison of Anion Kinetic Leakage in Mixed Bed Operation and in Sing
IWC-55~9       true   Comparison of High Rate Units with Conventional Sedimentation Basin Ty
IWC-87-20      true   Comparison of New Zealand and United States Practices for Fossil Plant C
IWC-87-20D     true   Comparison of New Zealand and United States Practices for Fossil Plant C
IWC-90-19      true   Comparison of Operating Data from Three Type I Gel Anion Resins
IWC-90-19D     true   Comparison of Operating Data from Three Type I Gel Anion Resins
IWC-88-43      true   Comparison of Oxygen Control and Amine Strategies to Minimize Crud Lo
IWC-88-43D     true   Comparison of Oxygen Control and Amine Strategies to Minimize Crud Lo
IWC-96-03      true   Comparison of Silentsteam™ Blowing with Conventional Steam Cycle Cle
IWC-96-03D     true   Comparison of Silentsteam™ Blowing with Conventional Steam Cycle Cle
IWC-53~10      true   Comparison of the Action of Ammonia, Amines, and Hydrazine in Reducin
IWC-74~17      true   Comparison Study of Non-Chromate Cooling Water Corrosion Inhibitors
IWC-85-45      true   Compatibility of DBNPA with Chlorine as Water Treatment Biocides
IWC-85-45D     true   Compatibility of DBNPA with Chlorine as Water Treatment Biocides
IWC-71~4       true   Complete Automation of Boiler Plant Chemical Control
IWC-98-53      true   Complete Reuse of Wastewater from a Refinery/Petrochemical Complex
IWC-98-53D    true    Complete Reuse of Wastewater from a Refinery/Petrochemical Complex
IWC-76~13     true    Complying with NPDES Monitoring Requirements for Cooling Water: A Ca
IWC-76~13D    true    Complying with NPDES Monitoring Requirements for Cooling Water: A Ca
IWC-97-17     true    Comprehensive Specifications for Contracted Water Treatment Service Pr
IWC-97-17D    true    Comprehensive Specifications for Contracted Water Treatment Service Pr
IWC-97-17AC   true    Comprehensive Specifications for Contracted Water Treatment Service Pr
IWC-51~3      true    Compression Distillation
IWC-80-32     true    Computat1on of Chemical Equilibria in Steam Generator Water
IWC-84-06     true    Computer-Aided Power Plant Chemistry Evaluation
IWC-84-06D    true    Computer-Aided Power Plant Chemistry Evaluation
IWC-77~12     true    Computer Control of a Utility Make-Up Demineralizer
IWC-77~12D    true    Computer Control of a Utility Make-Up Demineralizer
IWC-89-55     true    Computer Control of Reverse Osmosis
IWC-89-55D    true    Computer Control of Reverse Osmosis
IWC-89-55AC   true    Computer Control of Reverse Osmosis
IWC-83-26     true    Computerization of Generating Station Water Chemistry Data in the GPU
IWC-83-26D    true    Computerization of Generating Station Water Chemistry Data in the GPU
IWC-89-41     true    Computerized Chemistry Data Acquisition and Management (CCDAMS)
IWC-89-41D    false   Computerized Chemistry Data Acquisition and Management (CCDAMS)
IWC-91-47     true    Computerized Ion Association Model Profiles Complete Range of Cooling
IWC-80-42     true    Computerized Water Modeling in the Design and Operation of Industrial W
IWC-84-104    true    Computer Modeling of Cooling Water Chemistry
IWC-89-22     true    Computer Simulation of Groundwater Contamination Caused by Petroleum
IWC-89-22D    true    Computer Simulation of Groundwater Contamination Caused by Petroleum
IWC-51~18     true    Concentrating Films: Their Role in Boiler Scale and Corrosion Problems
IWC-98-57     true    Concentration of Corrosive Impurities Due to Early Condensation — Effec
IWC-98-57D    true    Concentration of Corrosive Impurities Due to Early Condensation — Effec
IWC-98-57AC   true    Concentration of Corrosive Impurities Due to Early Condensation — Effec
IWC-80-17     true    Condensate Feed Water, Steam Sampling and Analysis in Ontario Hydro
IWC-80-17D    true    Condensate Feed Water, Steam Sampling and Analysis in Ontario Hydro
IWC-61~8      true    Condensate Filtration Equipment Design -and Operating Results in Centra
IWC-85-13     true    Condensate Polisher Experiences Recently Encountered in Conversion to
IWC-85-13D    true    Condensate Polisher Experiences Recently Encountered in Conversion to
IWC-83-16     true    Condensate Polisher Performance at the Surry Nuclear Power Station
IWC-83-16D    true    Condensate Polisher Performance at the Surry Nuclear Power Station
IWC-83-15     true    Condensate Polisher Resin Leakage and Resin Transport Studies
IWC-83-15D    true    Condensate Polisher Resin Leakage and Resin Transport Studies
IWC-87-54     true    Condensate Polishers-their Effect on Steam Generator Chemistry
IWC-87-54D    true    Condensate Polishers-their Effect on Steam Generator Chemistry
IWC-99-55     true    Condensate Polisher Upgrade at Conemaugh Station
IWC-99-55D    true    Condensate Polisher Upgrade at Conemaugh Station
IWC-08-27     true    Condensate Polishing and Reclamation in Hydrocarbon Processing and C
IWC-06-43     true    Condensate Polishing: An Overview of Available Technologies, Advantage
IWC-06-43D    true    Condensate Polishing: An Overview of Available Technologies, Advantage
IWC-90-09     true    Condensate Polishing at Elevated Temperatures
IWC-90-09D    true    Condensate Polishing at Elevated Temperatures
IWC-90-09AC   true    Condensate Polishing at Elevated Temperatures
IWC-79~01     true    Condensate Polishing Experience at Three Mile Island, Unit Two
IWC-79~01D1   true    Condensate Polishing Experience at Three Mile Island, Unit Two
IWC-79~01D2   true    Condensate Polishing Experience at Three Mile Island, Unit Two
IWC-79~01AC   true    Condensate Polishing Experience at Three Mile Island, Unit Two
IWC-76~15     true    Condensate Polishing Experience at Waterlee Station
IWC-76~15D   true    Condensate Polishing Experience at Waterlee Station
IWC-02-21    true    Condensate Polishing for Fossil Power Stations: A Review of Recent Work
IWC-08-02    true    Condensate Polishing For Nuclear and Super Critical Power Plants for the
IWC-08-02D   true    Condensate Polishing For Nuclear and Super Critical Power Plants for the
IWC-08-03    true    Condensate Polishing System Upgrade with Melt-blown, Reverse Gradien
IWC-08-03D   true    Condensate Polishing System Upgrade with Melt-blown, Reverse Gradien
IWC-85-38    true    Condenser Air Inleakage and Dissolved Oxygen Control Testing at Callaw
IWC-99-10    true    Condenser Chemistry and Performance Monitoring: A Critical Necessity fo
IWC-99-10D   false   Condenser Chemistry and Performance Monitoring: A Critical Necessity fo
IWC-92-08    true    Condenser Cooling Water Scale Inhibition at Houston Lighting & Power, W
IWC-43~3     true    Conditions Leading to Anaerobic Corrosion
IWC-78~39    true    Conductometric Determination of Dissolved CO2 in Power Plant Condens
IWC-92-05    true    Conquering Unique Design Problems of a Zero Discharge at a World Clas
IWC-74~21    true    Consideration in the Design and Operation of Reverse Osmosis Systems
IWC-07-38    true    Considerations Impacting the Technology Selection Process for FGD Purg
IWC-07-38D   true    Considerations Impacting the Technology Selection Process for FGD Purg
IWC-07-33    true    Considerations in Returning a Moth Balled Unit to Service
IWC-96-78    true    Consolidated Tailings Release Water Chemistry
IWC-96-78D   true    Consolidated Tailings Release Water Chemistry
IWC-05-71    true    Constructed Wetlands for FGD Blowdown Treatment Design and Constru
IWC-94-44    true    Constructed Wetlands for Industrial Wastewater Treatment
IWC-94-44D   false   Constructed Wetlands for Industrial Wastewater Treatment
IWC-45~7     true    Construction and Maintenance of Water Wells
IWC-87-50    true    Containerized Treatment System Overcomes Problems, Delivers High Pu
IWC-87-50D   true    Containerized Treatment System Overcomes Problems, Delivers High Pu
IWC-87-25    true    Contaminated Boiler Systems-Treatment Results of Phosphate vs. Organi
IWC-87-25D   true    Contaminated Boiler Systems-Treatment Results of Phosphate vs. Organi
IWC-64~4     true    Continuous Analysis for Monitoring and Control of Water Conditions inPow
IWC-81-13    true    Continuous and Grab Sampling and Analysis of High Purity Steam
IWC-81-13D   true    Continuous and Grab Sampling and Analysis of High Purity Steam
IWC-07-70    true    Continuous Blow Down Water Re-Use in Suralaya Coal Fired Power Plant
IWC-64~18    true    Continuous Boiler Treatment with EDTA
IWC-65~8     true    Continuous Boiler Treatment with EDTA; In-Service Cleaning
IWC-65~22    true    Continuous Countercurrent Ion Exchange, A Proven Low Cost Process
IWC-66~2     true    Continuous Flow Ion Exchange by the Degremont-Asahi Process
IWC-68~16    true    Continuous Glass Electrode Measurements of Sodium Ion in Power Plant
IWC-67~3     true    Continuous Ion Exchange and Its Application to Water Treating and Pollut
IWC-80-36    true    Continuous Ion Exchange for Metal Recovery and Water Treatment
IWC-78~33    true    Continuous Monitoring of 1.5 mg/L of Anions in Feedwater by Electrical Co
IWC-90-59    true    Continuous On-Line Monitoring of H2S and Combustible Gases in Cooling
IWC-05-68    true    Continuous Real Time Water Monitoring for Radionuclides
IWC-05-68D   true    Continuous Real Time Water Monitoring for Radionuclides
IWC-96-74    true    Contrasts of Capital Purchase of Water Treatment Systems vs. Full Servic
IWC-96-74D   true    Contrasts of Capital Purchase of Water Treatment Systems vs. Full Servic
IWC-69~12    true    Control and Automation of Chromate Waste Reduction Plants
IWC-07-13    true    Controlling Chemistry during Startup and Commissioning of Once-Through
IWC-07-13D   true    Controlling Chemistry during Startup and Commissioning of Once-Through
IWC-82-17    true    Controlling Clarification Using a Streaming Current Detector (SCD)
IWC-82-17D   true    Controlling Clarification Using a Streaming Current Detector (SCD)
IWC-86-35    true    Controlling Corrosion in Admiralty Surface Condensers - A New Approach
IWC-86-35D   true    Controlling Corrosion in Admiralty Surface Condensers - A New Approach
IWC-01-28    true    Controlling Corrosion of Copper within a Turbine Generator by Conditionin
IWC-77~05     true    Controlling Corrosion Problems with the New High Technology Stainless S
IWC-77~05D    true    Controlling Corrosion Problems with the New High Technology Stainless S
IWC-95-10     true    Controlling Costly Corrosion in Continuous Food Processing Equipment
IWC-95-10D    true    Controlling Costly Corrosion in Continuous Food Processing Equipment
IWC-01-31     false   Controlling Legionella in Cooling Systems
IWC-96-25     true    Controlling Microbiological Fouling in a Refinery Cooling Water System us
IWC-96-25D    true    Controlling Microbiological Fouling in a Refinery Cooling Water System us
IWC-90-24     true    Controlling Sludge Dewatering with Streaming Current and Advanced Micr
IWC-90-24D    true    Controlling Sludge Dewatering with Streaming Current and Advanced Micr
IWC-76~07     true    Control of Corrosion Products Movement and Deposited Activities in Reac
IWC-76~07D    true    Control of Corrosion Products Movement and Deposited Activities in Reac
IWC-76~07AC   true    Control of Corrosion Products Movement and Deposited Activities in Reac
IWC-69~15     true    Control of Deposition in Cooling Water Systems
IWC-97-57     true    Control of Flow-Accelerated Corrosion in Fossil, Cogeneration and Industr
IWC-90-29     true    Control of Iron and Silica with Polymeric Dispersants
IWC-64~12     true    Control of Non-Reactive Silica in the Boiler Feedwater of a High Pressure
IWC-52~12     true    Control of Resinous Materials in Low Pressure Boiler Feedwaters
IWC-82-36     true    Control of Secondary Coolant Chemistry in Japanese PWR Plants
IWC-82-36D    true    Control of Secondary Coolant Chemistry in Japanese PWR Plants
IWC-82-36AC   true    Control of Secondary Coolant Chemistry in Japanese PWR Plants
IWC-54~15     true    Control Problems, Automatic, Semi-Manual, Interlocks and Limits Check S
IWC-95-34     true    Conversion of a Co-Flow Demineralizer into an Upcore* Packed Bed Syste
IWC-92-56     true    Conversion of a High Pressure Drum Boiler from AVT to Equilibrium Phos
IWC-57~22     true    Coolant Technology at the Army Package Power Reactor
IWC-56~4      true    Coolant Technology in Pressurized Water Reactors
IWC-74~3      true    Cooling Tower and Makeup Treatment Eliminate Condenser Deposits
IWC-91-40     true    Cooling Tower Biofouling Control: a Case History
IWC-05-47     true    Cooling Tower Diagnostic Testing Technique Solves Refinery Bottleneckin
IWC-05-48     true    Cooling Tower Film-fill Foulant Removal in a Petrochemical Plant
IWC-05-48D    true    Cooling Tower Film-fill Foulant Removal in a Petrochemical Plant
IWC-61~3      true    Cooling Tower Preservation by Steam Sterilization and Chemical Distillatio
IWC-07-36     true    Cooling Tower Retrofit to a Once-Through Cooled Unit
IWC-07-36AC   true    Cooling Tower Retrofit to a Once-Through Cooled Unit
IWC-07-36D    true    Cooling Tower Retrofit to a Once-Through Cooled Unit
IWC-99-42     true    Cooling Towers and Secondary Waste Water Makeup: Four Years' Opera
IWC-68~20     true    Cooling Towers as a Biological Environment
IWC-08-21     true    Cooling Towers, Drift, and Legionellosis
IWC-08-21D    true    Cooling Towers, Drift, and Legionellosis
IWC-08-21AC   true    Cooling Towers, Drift, and Legionellosis
IWC-99-17     true    Cooling Tower Systems & Legionella Bacteria: Recent USA Incidents/Outb
IWC-04-02     true    Cooling Tower Water Systems and Legionnaires' Disease: Lessons Learn
IWC-04-02D    true    Cooling Tower Water Systems and Legionnaires' Disease: Lessons Learn
IWC-98-43     true    Cooling Water Chlorine Addition Strategies: One Plant‘s Experience
IWC-08-41     true    Cooling Water Hardness and Chloride Reduction (A Novel Chemical Trea
IWC-08-41D    true    Cooling Water Hardness and Chloride Reduction (A Novel Chemical Trea
IWC-72~22     true    Cooling Water Performance with the New Polymer/Silicate Program
IWC-85-35     true    Cooling Water Product Evaluation and Selection: a Case Study
IWC-92-07     true    Cooling Water Scale Control Using Liquid CO2
IWC-92-07D    false   Cooling Water Scale Control Using Liquid CO2
IWC-92-07AC   true    Cooling Water Scale Control Using Liquid CO2
IWC-99-47     true    Cooling Water Scale & Scaling Indices: What They Mean — How to Use T
IWC-99-47D    true    Cooling Water Scale & Scaling Indices: What They Mean — How to Use T
IWC-99-47AC   true   Cooling Water Scale & Scaling Indices: What They Mean — How to Use T
IWC-89-06     true   Cooling Water Technology of the 1990's
IWC-89-06D    true   Cooling Water Technology of the 1990's
IWC-89-06AC   true   Cooling Water Technology of the 1990's
IWC-87-21     true   Cooling Water Treatment Applications Following an Unscheduled Two Mo
IWC-87-21D    true   Cooling Water Treatment Applications Following an Unscheduled Two Mo
IWC-56~1      true   Cooling Water Treatment for Naval Diesel Engines
IWC-85-43     true   Cooling Water Treatment Using a Liquified Gas Feeder and Bromine Chlo
IWC-85-43D    true   Cooling Water Treatment Using a Liquified Gas Feeder and Bromine Chlo
IWC-81-02     true   Cooling Water Use in Energy Industries
IWC-81-02D    true   Cooling Water Use in Energy Industries
IWC-96-08     true   Copper Deposition and MW Loss: Problem and its Solutions
IWC-96-08D    true   Copper Deposition and MW Loss: Problem and its Solutions
IWC-96-08AC   true   Copper Deposition and MW Loss: Problem and its Solutions
IWC-98-22     true   Copper Fouling of High-Pressure Utility Turbines: Summary of Discussion
IWC-91-48     true   Copper Problems at Laramie River Station
IWC-91-48D    true   Copper Problems at Laramie River Station
IWC-94-23     true   Copper Reduction by the Iron Coprecipitation Process, Appalachian Powe
IWC-94-23D    true   Copper Reduction by the Iron Coprecipitation Process, Appalachian Powe
IWC-02-22     true   Copper Transport in Fossil Utility Cycles
IWC-05-15PD   true   CORROSION AND DEPOSITION IN STEAM TURBINES SESSION – PA
IWC-52~9      true   Corrosion and Its Control
IWC-99-53     true   Corrosion Behavior in Turbine System under Neutral Pure Water Condition
IWC-91-50     true   Corrosion, Cleaning and Preventing it: the Navy's Water Cooled VLF Tran
IWC-80-20     true   Corrosion Control in Large Cooling Systems with Molybdates
IWC-80-20D    true   Corrosion Control in Large Cooling Systems with Molybdates
IWC-43~1      true   Corrosion Control with Calgon
IWC-93-38     true   Corrosion Fatigue of Boiler Tubing - Effect of Water Chemistry
IWC-93-38D    true   Corrosion Fatigue of Boiler Tubing - Effect of Water Chemistry
IWC-86-37     true   Corrosion Inhibition Techniques in Recirculating Cooling Water
IWC-86-37D    true   Corrosion Inhibition Techniques in Recirculating Cooling Water
IWC-88-44     true   Corrosion Inhibitor Performance in a Scale Model Cooling Water System S
IWC-88-44D    true   Corrosion Inhibitor Performance in a Scale Model Cooling Water System S
IWC-62~3      true   Corrosion in Steam Generators
IWC-53~8      true   Corrosion in the Moisture Region of Large Steam Turbines
IWC-02-63     true   Corrosion Monitoring Techniques For Industrial Cooling Water and Proces
IWC-66~17     true   Corrosion of Carbon Steel Evaporator Tubing in Seawater Distillation Serv
IWC-78~31     true   Corrosion of Copper Alloys in High Conductivity Waters
IWC-57~13     true   Corrosion Phenomena in Condenser Tubes with Particular Reference to C
IWC-87-22     true   Corrosion Prevention of Turbines during Extended Outages Case Historie
IWC-87-22D    true   Corrosion Prevention of Turbines during Extended Outages Case Historie
IWC-74~11     true   Corrosion Problems in Ammonia Plant Waste Heat Boilers and Turbines
IWC-70~8      true   Corrosion Product Chemistry of a Boiling Water Reactor
IWC-92-57     true   Corrosion Product Control at the Laramie River Station
IWC-92-57AC   true   Corrosion Product Control at the Laramie River Station
IWC-92-57D    true   Corrosion Product Control at the Laramie River Station
IWC-81-39     true   Corrosion Product Release from Alloys 706 and 715 in Condenser Applica
IWC-81-39D    true   Corrosion Product Release from Alloys 706 and 715 in Condenser Applica
IWC-79~49     true   Corrosion Product Sampling and Mass Balance in a High Pressure Boiler
IWC-71~10     true   Corrosion Product Sampling for Aqueous High Temperature Dynamic Sys
IWC-99-51     true   Corrosion-Product Transport Analysis by NonDestructive X-Ray and Gamm
IWC-86-24     true   Corrosion Product Transport at a Cycling Fossil Plant
IWC-86-24D    true    Corrosion Product Transport at a Cycling Fossil Plant
IWC-90-44     true    Corrosion Rate and Chemical-Physical Parameter Monitoring During the S
IWC-90-44D    false   Corrosion Rate and Chemical-Physical Parameter Monitoring During the S
IWC-95-59     true    Corrosion Reduction in a Cooling System Utilizing Title 22 Reclaimed Wat
IWC-95-59D    true    Corrosion Reduction in a Cooling System Utilizing Title 22 Reclaimed Wat
IWC-51~10     true    Corrosion Resulting from Chemical Cleaning Process
IWC-05-57     true    Corrosion Steam Turbines
IWC-03-14     true    Cost Effective RO & NF Systems: Importance of O&M Considerations in D
IWC-03-14D    true    Cost Effective RO & NF Systems: Importance of O&M Considerations in D
IWC-97-69     true    Cost of Retrofit of Existing Demineralizers with Packed Beds
IWC-97-69D    true    Cost of Retrofit of Existing Demineralizers with Packed Beds
IWC-67~18     true    Cost of Water at the Odessa, Texas, Industrial Complex
IWC-88-25     true    Cost Savings in Treatment of Cooling Water through Use of Ion-Exchange
IWC-76~18     true    Countercurrent Demineralizer at Ohio Edison Sammis Station
IWC-66~3      true    Counterflow Regeneration
IWC-89-52     true    Crud Removal Characteristics of Newly Developed Ion Exchange Resins
IWC-94-41     true    Crud Removal Characteristics of Newly Developed Ion Exchange Resins
IWC-91-57     true    Crud Removal Characteristics of Newly Developed Ion Exchange Resins (
IWC-90-13     true    Current Cooling Water Corrosion Control Technology
IWC-90-13D    true    Current Cooling Water Corrosion Control Technology
IWC-72~1      true    Current Practice in Water and Waste Water Filtration Technology
IWC-92-38     true    Current Pretreatment Requirements for Reverse Osmosis Membrane App
IWC-92-45     true    Current Reverse Osmosis Problems and Solutions
IWC-02-15     true    Current Trends in Ion Exchange Operations – What the Resins are Telling
IWC-02-15AC   true    Current Trends in Ion Exchange Operations – What the Resins are Telling
IWC-02-15D    true    Current Trends in Ion Exchange Operations – What the Resins are Telling
IWC-46~11     true    Current Trends in the Reuse of Water
IWC-07-21     true    Cutting-Edge Technology for Legionella Identification and Control in Coolin
IWC-90-54     true    Cycle Chemistry and Diagnosis for Resin Intrusion in Once Through Fossi
IWC-96-36     true    Cycle Chemistry in South Africa: "Where are we now and where are we go
IWC-96-36D    true    Cycle Chemistry in South Africa: "Where are we now and where are we go
IWC-89-13     true    Cycle Chemistry Related Boiler Tube Failures and Reduction
IWC-89-13D    true    Cycle Chemistry Related Boiler Tube Failures and Reduction
IWC-93-09     false   Day-To-Day Operation of a Zero Discharge Waste to Energy Facility Using
IWC-49~3      true    Deaerating Feed Water Heater Problems
IWC-49~4      true    Deaerating Feed Water Heaters - Spray Type vs. Tray Type
IWC-99-54     true    Deaeration — the Parallel Difference
IWC-99-54D    true    Deaeration — the Parallel Difference
IWC-87-26     true    Deaerator Cracking, an Industry Update
IWC-87-26D    true    Deaerator Cracking, an Industry Update
IWC-44~1      true    Dealkalizing by a Two-Zone Zeolite System
IWC-04-32     false   DEBORAH NAGLE, US EPA - Permits Division, Washington, DC
IWC-62~11     true    Dechlorination Ahead of Demineralizers and Similar Applications
IWC-79~46     true    Dechlorination Practices and Control
IWC-07-30     true    Declining Pressure Method for Boiler Storage and Boiler Cleanliness Asse
IWC-83-38     true    Deep Bed Countercurrent Cations
IWC-88-19     true    Defining Analytical Methods Performance for Power Plant Aqueous Discha
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IWC-88-19AC   true    Defining Analytical Methods Performance for Power Plant Aqueous Discha
IWC-08-50     true    Defining Green Technology in Water Treatment for Cooling Water System
IWC-08-50D    true    Defining Green Technology in Water Treatment for Cooling Water System
IWC-99-73     true    Degradation of Skimmer Drive Chains in the Primary Clarifiers of a Munici
IWC-99-73D    true    Degradation of Skimmer Drive Chains in the Primary Clarifiers of a Munici
IWC-99-73AC   true    Degradation of Skimmer Drive Chains in the Primary Clarifiers of a Munici
IWC-69~21     true    Deionization of Waters Containing Organic Matter
IWC-52~3      true    Deionization vs. Evaporation of Hard Water Supplies for Boiler Make-up
IWC-91-55     true    Deionized Water for Painting Cars
IWC-91-55D    true    Deionized Water for Painting Cars
IWC-83-01     true    Demineralization of a River Water with a High Organic Content
IWC-83-01D    true    Demineralization of a River Water with a High Organic Content
IWC-45~10     true    Demineralization of Water by Ion Exchange
IWC-49~5      true    Demineralization Operations at the Dow Chemical Company
IWC-86-16     true    Demineralization Retrofit and Upgrade at Jersey Central Power and Light
IWC-97-66     true    Demineralizer Reconfiguration Provides added Capacity and Reduces Che
IWC-97-66D    true    Demineralizer Reconfiguration Provides added Capacity and Reduces Che
IWC-54~14     true    Demineralizer Regenerant Handling Problems
IWC-94-22     true    Demineralizer Upgrade using Drummonds Double Membrane (DDM) Proc
IWC-61~7      true    Demineralizing Experiences at Pennsylvania Power Company
IWC-57~24     true    Demineralizing Pilot Plant Studies at the Eddystone Station
IWC-04-19     true    Demonstration of an On-site Electrolytic Hypobromite Generator at a Powe
IWC-87-18     true    Deoxygenation in a Cycling Fossil Plant
IWC-87-18D    true    Deoxygenation in a Cycling Fossil Plant
IWC-06-25     true    Department of Energy/Office of Fossil Energy's Innovations for Existing Pl
IWC-81-05     true    Deposit Growth in a 600 psi Boiler Using Chelate Based Water Treatment
IWC-80-15     true    Deposition of Salts from Steam
IWC-80-15D    true    Deposition of Salts from Steam
IWC-80-15AC   true    Deposition of Salts from Steam
IWC-52~8      true    Depositions and Their Control in Cooling Towers
IWC-64~22     true    Depth Filtration for Heavy-Duty High Rate Service
IWC-65~18     true    Desalination by the Sul-biSul Process
IWC-06-14     true    Desalination of Produced Water using OPUS Technology
IWC-06-14D    true    Desalination of Produced Water using OPUS Technology
IWC-98-65     true    Desalination of Seawater for the Production of Industrial Process Water
IWC-93-21     true    Desalination Plant at Debiensko, Poland: Mine Drainage Treatment for Ze
IWC-91-12     true    Desalting Brackish Water with Seawater Membranes
IWC-40~6      false   Description, Design & Operation of the Accelator.
IWC-40~5      false   Description, Design & Operation of the Spaulding Precipitator
IWC-86-09     true    Design and Implementation of a Softening Process for High TDS Oil Field
IWC-86-09D    true    Design and Implementation of a Softening Process for High TDS Oil Field
IWC-78~14     true    Design and Maintenance of Ultrapure Water Systems for the Electronics In
IWC-78~14D    true    Design and Maintenance of Ultrapure Water Systems for the Electronics In
IWC-94-48     true    Design and Operating Evaluation of the Water Treatment System for TU E
IWC-94-48D    true    Design and Operating Evaluation of the Water Treatment System for TU E
IWC-87-48     true    Design and Operation of a 2600 psig Model Steam Generator
IWC-84-44     true    Design and Operation of a 3,500-Gpm Air Stripping System for VOC Rem
IWC-80-05     true    Design and Operation of a Cooling Tower Sidestream Treatment System
IWC-80-05D    true    Design and Operation of a Cooling Tower Sidestream Treatment System
IWC-78~30     true    Design and Operation of a Zero Discharge System at Hayden Station
IWC-78~30D    true    Design and Operation of a Zero Discharge System at Hayden Station
IWC-78~30AC   true    Design and Operation of a Zero Discharge System at Hayden Station
IWC-84-23     true    Design and Operation of Continuous Ion Exchange Process for Treating U
IWC-05-17     true    Design and Operation of Large Scale Reverse Osmosis Elements and Sys
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IWC-60~15     true    Design and Operation of the Treated Water System in a 60,000 BPD Integ
IWC-95-36     false   Design and Start-Up of a Flue Gas Desulfurization, (FGD), Purge Water T
IWC-91-04     true    Design and Start-Up of the Zero Discharge Facility at Ocean State Power
IWC-99-56     true    Design-Build of a 2800 gpm Microfiltration, Reverse Osmosis and Mixed B
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IWC-08-16     true    Design Challenges in Implementing Water Management Controls: A New
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IWC-59~3      true    Design Consideration and Operating Experiences in Clarification of High C
IWC-93-52     true    Design Considerations for Oxygen Feed Systems for Oxygenated Feedwa
IWC-08-68     true    Design Considerations for Upgrading POTWs to Treat Power Plant Waste
IWC-08-68D    true    Design Considerations for Upgrading POTWs to Treat Power Plant Waste
IWC-06-41     true    Design, Construction and Operation of a 6,730 gpm RO/CEDI System for
IWC-08-53     true    Design & Construction of a Riverbank Filtration Cooling Water Supply for a
IWC-08-53D    true    Design & Construction of a Riverbank Filtration Cooling Water Supply for a
IWC-02-17     true    Design Criteria for Selection of Ion Exchange Based RO Permeate Polishi
IWC-02-17D    true    Design Criteria for Selection of Ion Exchange Based RO Permeate Polishi
IWC-40~7      false   Design, Description & Operation of the Flocculators
IWC-05-70     true    Designing Constructed Wetlands for Mitigating Risks from Flue Gas Desu
IWC-05-70D    true    Designing Constructed Wetlands for Mitigating Risks from Flue Gas Desu
IWC-07-37     true    Designing Constructed Wetlands for Mitigating Risks from Flue Gas Desu
IWC-06-36     true    Designing HRSG‘s for Cycling
IWC-71~2      true    Design of a Submerged Jet Thermal Discharge and Its Effects on Lake On
IWC-93-08     true    Design of a Zero Discharge Cooling Water System for a World Class Petr
IWC-72~14     true    Design of Liquid Waste Neutralizing System for the Roseton Generating S
IWC-77~14     true    Design of PWR Generator Blowdown Processing Systems
IWC-77~14D    true    Design of PWR Generator Blowdown Processing Systems
IWC-58~3      true    Design of Test Systems for Studying the Corrosion of Copper and Copper
IWC-04-30     true    Design & Operational Concerns Associated with Chemistry in HRSGs
IWC-74~12     true    Design Problems and Operating Experience: Recycling Water to a Two-Ph
IWC-70~20     true    Design Problems and Operating Experiences of a Central Facility for the D
IWC-98-27     true    Design, Start-Up, and Initial Operation of the Zero Discharge System at In
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IWC-87-56     true    Destruction of TOC Using Ultraviolet Light
IWC-96-68     true    Detection and Control of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion
IWC-96-68D    true    Detection and Control of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion
IWC-99-71     true    Detection and Reduction of Biofilms in Industrial Cooling Waters
IWC-99-71D    true    Detection and Reduction of Biofilms in Industrial Cooling Waters
IWC-99-71AC   true    Detection and Reduction of Biofilms in Industrial Cooling Waters
IWC-87-47     true    Deterioration of Condensate Polishing Kinetic as a Result of Organic Fouli
IWC-78~02     true    Determination of Impurities in Steam - A Research Program
IWC-78~02D    true    Determination of Impurities in Steam - A Research Program
IWC-88-15     true    Determination of Steam Purity Limits for Industrial Turbines
IWC-88-15D    true    Determination of Steam Purity Limits for Industrial Turbines
IWC-88-15AC   true    Determination of Steam Purity Limits for Industrial Turbines
IWC-00-32     true    Determining the Need for Chemically Cleaning a Boiler
IWC-04-10     true    Developing a JCAHO Program and Action Manual for Legionella
IWC-04-10D    true    Developing a JCAHO Program and Action Manual for Legionella
IWC-98-09     true    Developing Ceramic Microfiltration on a Raw River Supply
IWC-98-09D    true    Developing Ceramic Microfiltration on a Raw River Supply
IWC-94-68     true    Developing the EPRI Condensate Polisher Guidelines
IWC-89-29     true    Development and Application of an Empirical Diagnostic Tool to Optimize
IWC-89-29D    true    Development and Application of an Empirical Diagnostic Tool to Optimize
IWC-89-29AC   true    Development and Application of an Empirical Diagnostic Tool to Optimize
IWC-88-28     true    Development and Application of a New Corrosion Inhibitor for Copper-Bea
IWC-88-28D    true    Development and Application of a New Corrosion Inhibitor for Copper-Bea
IWC-98-39     true    Development and One Vessel Test of Low Leachable Crud removal Resin
IWC-97-11     true    Development and Performance of a Biological Waste Water Treatment Pl
IWC-97-43     true    Development and Testing of a Low-Hazard Corrosion Inhibitor for Use in O
IWC-94-74     true    Development and Testing of a New Solvent for Cleaning Once-Through B
IWC-43~5      true    Development in the Application of Geophysics to Ground Water Problems
IWC-02-06     true    Development Of 14% Crosslinked Strong Acid Cation Gel Resin
IWC-88-30     true    Development of a Cooling Water Treatment Program to Protect ACB Fill in
IWC-88-30D    true    Development of a Cooling Water Treatment Program to Protect ACB Fill in
IWC-88-30AC   true    Development of a Cooling Water Treatment Program to Protect ACB Fill in
IWC-83-29     true    Development of Acrylobed™, a New Anion Exchange Resin System for W
IWC-83-29D    true    Development of Acrylobed™, a New Anion Exchange Resin System for W
IWC-99-39     true    Development of a Mechanistic Understanding of Aromatic Triazole Consu
IWC-94-45     true    Development of a Method for the Automatic Suppression of Sulfides using
IWC-99-49     false   Development of an "All Organic" Chemical Treatment, Specifically for Coo
IWC-90-17     true    Development of a Resin to Selectively Remove Nitrates from a Water Sup
IWC-90-17D    true    Development of a Resin to Selectively Remove Nitrates from a Water Sup
IWC-90-17AC   true    Development of a Resin to Selectively Remove Nitrates from a Water Sup
IWC-82-28     true    Development of a Steam Quality Monitoring Program for Steam Turbines
IWC-78~25     true    Development of Boiler Waterside Deposit Control Agents: From Laborator
IWC-78~25D    true    Development of Boiler Waterside Deposit Control Agents: From Laborator
IWC-81-12     true    Development of Groundwater Monitoring Plans under RCRA
IWC-81-12D    true    Development of Groundwater Monitoring Plans under RCRA
IWC-94-39     true    Development of High Capacity Hollow Fiber Filter Module for Condensate
IWC-97-09     true    Development of High Performance Resin for BWR's Condensate Deminer
IWC-90-11     true    Development of Nuclear Grade Resins and its Performance in a Power Pl
IWC-90-11D    true    Development of Nuclear Grade Resins and its Performance in a Power Pl
IWC-90-11AC   true    Development of Nuclear Grade Resins and its Performance in a Power Pl
IWC-02-29     true    Development of Performance-Based Control Technology for Cooling Wate
IWC-82-32     true    Development of "Twin Strata" Ion Exchange Systems Based on Field Expe
IWC-82-32D    true    Development of "Twin Strata" Ion Exchange Systems Based on Field Expe
IWC-53~1      true    Development of Water Treating at Refineries of Esso Standard Oil Compa
IWC-58~12     true    Developments in the Understanding of Ion Exchange
IWC-80-44     true    Dewatering Alternatives for FGD Sludges
IWC-75~11     true    Dewatering of Power Plant Waste Treatment Sludges
IWC-75~11D    true    Dewatering of Power Plant Waste Treatment Sludges
IWC-92-30     true    Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Boiler Systems through the Use of Trace
IWC-92-30D    true    Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Boiler Systems through the Use of Trace
IWC-08-10     true    DIAGNOSTICS AND CONTROL OF SCALE AND CORROSION STRESS
IWC-08-10D    true    DIAGNOSTICS AND CONTROL OF SCALE AND CORROSION STRESS
IWC-45~8      true    Diatomaceous Earth Filtration
IWC-83-22     true    Diethylhydroxylamine for Corrosion Protection in Industrial and Utility Boile
IWC-83-22D    true    Diethylhydroxylamine for Corrosion Protection in Industrial and Utility Boile
IWC-81-24     true    Digichem™ 3000 Chemical Analyzer: a New On-Line Chemical Analyzer f
IWC-81-24D    true    Digichem™ 3000 Chemical Analyzer: a New On-Line Chemical Analyzer f
IWC-94-40     true    Dimethylamine Chemistry Demonstration Nuclear Steam Cycle Application
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IWC-87-58     true    Dioxine: Treatment with Ozone
IWC-53~9      true    Discussion of the Effect of Sulfite Treatment of Boiler Water on Condensa
IWC-93-20     true    Disposal of Membrane Concentrate Waste
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IWC-70~10      true    Disposal of Radioactive Water from Light Water Reactors
IWC-76~14      true    Disposal of Waste Ammoniacal Bromate and Ammonium Bifluoride Solutio
IWC-76~14D     true    Disposal of Waste Ammoniacal Bromate and Ammonium Bifluoride Solutio
IWC-58~8       true    Disposal of Water Treatment Wastes
IWC-81-10      true    Disposal Properties of Dry Scrubber Residues
IWC-81-10D     true    Disposal Properties of Dry Scrubber Residues
IWC-04-06      true    Dissolved Air Flotation: A Proven Technology Making Inroads in Industrial
IWC-04-06D     true    Dissolved Air Flotation: A Proven Technology Making Inroads in Industrial
IWC-69~9       true    Dissolved Oxygen Analysis and Hydrazine Consumption vs. Corrosion in t
IWC-02-52      true    Dissolved Oxygen Reduction by Membrane Technology to Reduce Feed W
IWC-01-06      true    DNA Hybridization Using Genus-Specific Probes - A Powerful Tool for Sol
IWC-07-32      false   Do EPRI and ASME Guidelines Apply to Me?
IWC-03-46      true    Does Your Deaerator Really Work?
IWC-03-46D     true    Does Your Deaerator Really Work?
IWC-00-13      true    Dosing Liquid Disinfection Chemicals under Vacuum: Experiences from w
IWC-98-44      true    Double Flow Hydrogen Ion Exchanger with Weak Acidic Cation Resin
IWC-98-44D     true    Double Flow Hydrogen Ion Exchanger with Weak Acidic Cation Resin
IWC-05-34      true    Drawing the Line: Patentable v. Unpatentable Ideas in Water Treatment
IWC-08-42      true    Dual Functionality Acrylic Anion Resin in a Demineraliser System - A Case
IWC-08-42D     true    Dual Functionality Acrylic Anion Resin in a Demineraliser System - A Case
IWC-08-32      true    Duke Energy-Carolina's Strategy, Project Execution and Initial Experience
IWC-08-32D     true    Duke Energy-Carolina's Strategy, Project Execution and Initial Experience
IWC-05-46      true    Dynamic Control of Dynamic Systems: Advances in Cooling System Treat
IWC-83-19      true    Dynamic Deposition and Solubility of Sodium Chloride in Superheated Ste
IWC-83-19D     true    Dynamic Deposition and Solubility of Sodium Chloride in Superheated Ste
IWC-75~02      true    Dynamic Deposit Monitor - A Unit for Determining the Rate of Deposit Buil
IWC-75~02D     true    Dynamic Deposit Monitor - A Unit for Determining the Rate of Deposit Buil
IWC-72~16      true    Early Experience with Water Chemistry at the 250 MW Gentilly Nuclear Po
IWC-91-05      true    ECLSS Water Processor Multifiltration Unibeds Used Aboard United State
IWC-96-45      true    Economic Advantages of a Packed Bed Retrofit
IWC-70~11      true    Economical Production of Boiler Water Through Membrane Methods
IWC-07-60      true    Economic Comparison of Electrodeionization and Mixed Bed Unit Operatio
IWC-07-60D     true    Economic Comparison of Electrodeionization and Mixed Bed Unit Operatio
IWC-50~7       true    Economic Comparison of Methods of Control of Carbon Dioxide in Steam
IWC-80-06      true    Economic Considerations in Oily Wastewater
IWC-80-06D     true    Economic Considerations in Oily Wastewater
IWC-96-73      true    Economic Crossover TDS Values for Different NAFTA Locations in Choos
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IWC-97-04      true    Economic Crossover TDS Values for International Locations (other than N
IWC-97-04D     true    Economic Crossover TDS Values for International Locations (other than N
IWC-98-62      true    Economic Evaluation Of CPVC, SST and Hastelloy C-276 Internal Distribu
IWC-98-62D     true    Economic Evaluation Of CPVC, SST and Hastelloy C-276 Internal Distribu
IWC-73~13      true    Economic Evaluation of Phenolic Waste Treatment Systems
IWC-97-05      true    Economic Impact of Water Treatment Outsourcing
IWC-97-05D     true    Economic Impact of Water Treatment Outsourcing
IWC-97~S02FD   true    ECONOMIC ISSUES IN ADVANCED WATER PURIFICATION
IWC-69~25      true    Economic Recovery of Waste Lubricating Oils
IWC-90-15      true    Economics and Performance of Cooling Tower Ozonation: Six Case Histo
IWC-90-15D     true    Economics and Performance of Cooling Tower Ozonation: Six Case Histo
IWC-66~11      true    Economics of Automatic Controls and Instruments in Water Treating Plant
IWC-66~10      true    Economics of Automation of Utility Water Treatment Plant Systems
IWC-66~9       true    Economics of Automation - Water Treating Plants Industrial Process and M
IWC-97-06     true    Economics of Long Term Leasing of Membrane-Based Water Make-Up S
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IWC-99-08     true    Economics of Resin Replacement
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IWC-98-61     true    Economics of Water Pretreatment/Demineralizer Upgrade at the City of La
IWC-98-61D    true    Economics of Water Pretreatment/Demineralizer Upgrade at the City of La
IWC-03-28     true    Economy of Scale: Large Membrane Modules for Degasification & Purifica
IWC-00-46     true    EDI Operation for Removal of Weakly-Ionized Impurities
IWC-07-42     true    EDI Performance and Resin Filled Concentrate Compartments
IWC-07-42D    true    EDI Performance and Resin Filled Concentrate Compartments
IWC-04-48     true    EDI Performance: Operating Results for Sites Installed at Least Five Year
IWC-04-48D    true    EDI Performance: Operating Results for Sites Installed at Least Five Year
IWC-85-31     true    ED: Polarity Reversal or Not?
IWC-85-31D    true    ED: Polarity Reversal or Not?
IWC-86-29     true    EDR Retrofit at McKay Bay Refuse to Energy Plant
IWC-86-29D    true    EDR Retrofit at McKay Bay Refuse to Energy Plant
IWC-95-44     false   EDS+R/O Combination System Has Increased its Ion Removal Efficiency
IWC-79~06     true    EDTA as a Boiler Water Treatment Program at 1200 psig
IWC-79~06D    true    EDTA as a Boiler Water Treatment Program at 1200 psig
IWC-84-20     true    Effective Condensate System Analysis through Computer Modeling
IWC-99-69     true    Effective Deoxygenation by a Hybrid Process Combining Gas Transfer Me
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IWC-04-52     true    Effective Dust Suppression on a Matured Fine Ash Dam Utilizing Excess M
IWC-90-27     true    Effectively Dispersing Muds and Silts in Power Plant Cooling Water System
IWC-08-29     true    Effective Monitoring and Control in Steam Generating Systems
IWC-06-19     true    Effective Monitoring of Ion Exchange Pretreatment System Performance
IWC-73~7      true    Effective Steam Purity Sampling
IWC-08-05     true    Effective Treatment Programs To Control Corrosion and Fouling in Once-T
IWC-08-05D    true    Effective Treatment Programs To Control Corrosion and Fouling in Once-T
IWC-00-55     true    Effective Upgrade of an Existing Reverse Osmosis System with Low Ener
IWC-57~20     true    Effect of Condenser Design and Fabrication on Condenser Tube Life
IWC-77~13     true    Effect of Condenser Water In-Leakage on Steam Generator Water Chemi
IWC-77~13D    true    Effect of Condenser Water In-Leakage on Steam Generator Water Chemi
IWC-77~13AC   true    Effect of Condenser Water In-Leakage on Steam Generator Water Chemi
IWC-99-63D    false   Effect of Contact Time on Operating Capacity of Resins
IWC-54~17     true    Effect of Drought Delaware River Water Conditions on Demineralizing Pla
IWC-77~01     true    Effect of Drum Internal Design and Water Treatment on Corrosion, Circula
IWC-77~01D    true    Effect of Drum Internal Design and Water Treatment on Corrosion, Circula
IWC-57~14     true    Effect of Grain Size on Corrosion of Copper Alloy Condenser Tubes
IWC-52~11     true    Effect of Operating Pressure on Carbon Dioxide Content of Steam
IWC-55~8      true    Effect of Operating Rise Rate
IWC-01-21D    true    Effect of PAC Dosing on the Performance of Multimedia Filters in the RO
IWC-01-21     true    Effect of PAC Dosing on the Performance of Multimedia Filters in the RO
IWC-06-07     true    Effect of pH and Silica on Arsenic Selective Medias
IWC-99-63     true    Effect of Regenerant Contact Time on Operating Capacity of Strong Base
IWC-55~2      true    Effect of Several Mineral Acids on Stainless Steel Equipment
IWC-55~7      true    Effect of Sludge Recirculation
IWC-57~15     true    Effect of Velocity of Acid Water on Condenser Tube Corrosion
IWC-42~6      true    Effect of Water Conditions on Condensers, Pumps and Heat Exchangers
IWC-79~34PD   true    Effect on Industries: Chemical
IWC-79~35PD   true    Effect on Industries: General Manufacturing
IWC-79~32PD   true    Effect on Industries: Power
IWC-79~33PD   true    Effect on Industries: Refining
IWC-79~31PD   true    Effect on Industries: Steel
IWC-57~16     true    Effects of Ammonia and Some Amines on Stress Corrosion Cracking of C
IWC-81-31     true    Effects of Caustic Quality on the Performance of Strong Base Anion Excha
IWC-85-24     true    Effects of Coagulant Overdose in Clarifiers on Downstream Ion Exchange
IWC-94-66     true    Effects of Ethanolamine on Polisher Resins and Polisher Operation
IWC-94-66D    true    Effects of Ethanolamine on Polisher Resins and Polisher Operation
IWC-46~8      true    Effects of Gases in Water
IWC-60~13     true    Effects of the Discharge of Warm Water to Rivers
IWC-84-50     true    Efficacy and Decomposition of DBNPA in Two Cooling Systems
IWC-99-19     true    Efficacy of Biocides against Biofilm-Associated Legionella in a Model Syst
IWC-74~4      true    Effluent Guidelines: The Consultant‘s Role
IWC-86-26     true    Eight Years of Modified AVT with Elevated Oxygen Level for Once-Throug
IWC-86-26D    true    Eight Years of Modified AVT with Elevated Oxygen Level for Once-Throug
IWC-03-17     true    Eight Years of Secondary Waste Reuse In Power Production
IWC-03-17D    true    Eight Years of Secondary Waste Reuse In Power Production
IWC-94-16     true    Eight Years of Zero Discharge Experience at a New England Independent
IWC-02-49     true    Electrochemical Evaluation of Scale Inhibitor To Cooling Systems
IWC-74~20     true    Electrochemical Investigation of Passivating Systems
IWC-77~17     true    Electrochemical Treatment of Cooling Water Blowdown
IWC-77~17D    true    Electrochemical Treatment of Cooling Water Blowdown
IWC-00-58     true    Electrochemical Treatment of Oil Refinery Wastewater Using TiRu02 Elec
IWC-87-55     true    Electrodeionization-An Economic Analysis
IWC-80-12     true    Electrodialysis in Industrial Water Treatment
IWC-80-12D    true    Electrodialysis in Industrial Water Treatment
IWC-84-53     true    Electrodialysis Reversal Unit Used as Pre-Demineralizer in Boiler Feedwa
IWC-84-53D    true    Electrodialysis Reversal Unit Used as Pre-Demineralizer in Boiler Feedwa
IWC-45~9      true    Electrolytic Water Softening for Industrial Purposes
IWC-79~05     true    Electromagnetic Filter Application in Waterford #3 Secondary System
IWC-81-14     true    Electromagnetic Filter Efficiency for Typical Power Plant Particulates
IWC-81-14D    true    Electromagnetic Filter Efficiency for Typical Power Plant Particulates
IWC-91-43     true    Electron Microprobe Analysis of Zinc and Molybdate Films on Mild Steel S
IWC-50~2      true    Electroplating Waste Disposal at the Westinghouse Electric Corporation B
IWC-08-24     true    Electropositive Filtration Technology in Automobile Manufacturing Applicat
IWC-08-24D    true    Electropositive Filtration Technology in Automobile Manufacturing Applicat
IWC-08-24AC   true    Electropositive Filtration Technology in Automobile Manufacturing Applicat
IWC-00-10     true    Eliminating Oxidizing Biocides from Condenser Cooling Water Systems
IWC-00-10D    true    Eliminating Oxidizing Biocides from Condenser Cooling Water Systems
IWC-04-34     true    Emerging Contaminants, Regulations, and Changes for Industrial Provider
IWC-93-15     false   Emerging Filter Technologies for BWR Condensate Treatment
IWC-93-15D    false   Emerging Filter Technologies for BWR Condensate Treatment
IWC-08-23     true    Emerging Water Quality Issues in Combustion Turbine Evaporative Coole
IWC-78~06     true    Energy Conservation Achieved through Effective Cooling Water Treatmen
IWC-78~06D    true    Energy Conservation Achieved through Effective Cooling Water Treatmen
IWC-81-23     true    Energy Losses in Water Conduits: Monitoring and Diagnosis
IWC-81-23D    true    Energy Losses in Water Conduits: Monitoring and Diagnosis
IWC-63~13     true    Engineering Features of the Evaporator Installation
IWC-47~15     false   Engineering for Industrial Waste Treatment
IWC-97-64     true    Engineering Software Tools for Wastewater Treatment
IWC-07-06     true    Enhanced Calcium Removal from Electronics Wastewater with Hydrodyna
IWC-86-01     true    Enhanced Foam Cleaning of Copper-Alloy Surface Condensers
IWC-86-01D    true    Enhanced Foam Cleaning of Copper-Alloy Surface Condensers
IWC-06-50     true    Enhanced Tube Fouling Under Cooling Water Conditions
IWC-06-50D    true    Enhanced Tube Fouling Under Cooling Water Conditions
IWC-06-50AC   true    Enhanced Tube Fouling Under Cooling Water Conditions
IWC-05-62     true    Enhanced Tubes - A Report on Enhanced Tube Problems & Proper Treatm
IWC-05-62D    true    Enhanced Tubes - A Report on Enhanced Tube Problems & Proper Treatm
IWC-00-28     true    Enhancing the Measurement of Silt Density Index by Chemical Modificatio
IWC-05-19     true    Environmental Effects of Electrolytically Generated Halogens for Biofouling
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IWC-97-71     true    Enzyme Technology - a Tool for the Prevention and Mitigation of Microbiol
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IWC-87-19     true    EPRI Interim Consensus Guidelines on Fossil Plant Cycle Chemistry and E
IWC-92-19     true    EPRI Oxygenated Feedwater Treatment Demonstration Report for Georgi
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IWC-86-22     true    EPRI RP2712-3 Monitoring Cycle Chemistry at Six Fossil Plants
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IWC-96-22     true    Equilibrium Phosphate Treatment Conversion at TVA Gallatin Fossil Plant
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IWC-07-24     true    Equipment Design Considerations for Lime Softening and Ion Exchange S
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IWC-92-58     true    ESCA: an Expert System for Fossil Plant Start Up Chemistry Control
IWC-80-26     true    Estimates of Thermodynamic Properties of Aqueous Electrolyte Solutions
IWC-80-24     true    Estimation of Concentration Quotients for Ionic Equilibria in High Tempera
IWC-60~7      true    European Experience in Complete Power Station Pre-Service Cleaning
IWC-65~4      true    European Methods of Waste Water Treatment
IWC-70~2      true    Eutrophication and the Oxygen Economy of Streams
IWC-08-66     true    Evaluating Impacts of FCCU Scrubber Purge Water Discharges on Refine
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IWC-08-66AC   true    Evaluating Impacts of FCCU Scrubber Purge Water Discharges on Refine
IWC-02-28     true    Evaluating Microbial Control Treatments Using a Dual-Channel Biofouling
IWC-76~17     true    Evaluating Polishing Demineralizer Performance using Cation Concentrati
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IWC-85-27     true    Evaluation and Applications of a New Dissolved Hydrogen Monitor
IWC-85-42     true    Evaluation of Alternative Chemicals for Power Plant Condenser Biofouling
IWC-85-42D    true    Evaluation of Alternative Chemicals for Power Plant Condenser Biofouling
IWC-81-47     true    Evaluation of Anion Exchange Capacity for Strong Base Ion Exchange Re
IWC-97-72     true    Evaluation of a Novel Intermittent Ozonation Technology for Biofouling Co
IWC-97-72D    true    Evaluation of a Novel Intermittent Ozonation Technology for Biofouling Co
IWC-85-10     true    Evaluation of a Reactor Coolant Dissolved Hydrogen Monitor for Pressuriz
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IWC-88-07     true    Evaluation of a Uniform Particle Size Type II Anion Resin
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IWC-81-44     true    Evaluation of Calcium Hydroxide Chemistry to Control Denting in Nuclear
IWC-04-11     true    Evaluation of Chlorine Dioxide in Potable Water Systems for Legionella Co
IWC-04-11D     true    Evaluation of Chlorine Dioxide in Potable Water Systems for Legionella Co
IWC-04-11AC    true    Evaluation of Chlorine Dioxide in Potable Water Systems for Legionella Co
IWC-97-07      true    Evaluation of Condensate Water Quality at a Thermal Power Plant by Usin
IWC-95-11      true    Evaluation of Experimental Treatment of Wastewater from Belayim Oil Fie
IWC-68~19      true    Evaluation of Factors Affecting Chlorination of Condenser Cooling Water
IWC-79~39      true    Evaluation of Filter/Demineralizer Precoat Materials on Monticello Nuclear
IWC-88-35      true    Evaluation of Hideout Return Data: Comparison of MULTEQ Analyses of B
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IWC-94-61      true    Evaluation of High Stress Cooling Water Products
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IWC-89-02      true    Evaluation of Low Pressure Reverse Osmosis Membranes
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IWC-80-22      true    Evaluation of Mineral Scale Formation and its Inhibition
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IWC-01-46AC    true    Evaluation of New Condensate Corrosion Filming Technologies in Steam
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IWC-93-22      true    Evaluation of Redox Potential and Chlorine Residual as a Measure of Wat
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IWC-06-10      true    Evaluation of Scale Inhibitors for Cooling Waters Using Electrochemical Im
IWC-81-28      true    Evaluation of Sulfonated Polymers as Deposit Control Additives
IWC-81-28D     true    Evaluation of Sulfonated Polymers as Deposit Control Additives
IWC-92-54      true    Evaluation of the AVT and CWT at Piombino Unit 3 and 4 by On-Line Mon
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IWC-77~30      true    Evaluation of the Dechlorination System at a Nuclear Power Plant
IWC-07-17      true    Evaluation of Tri-Bromide Resin for Bacterial Purification of Drinking Wate
IWC-07-17D     true    Evaluation of Tri-Bromide Resin for Bacterial Purification of Drinking Wate
IWC-84-43      true    Evaluation of Uniform Mesh Ion Exchange Resins for Condensate Polishin
IWC-84-43D     true    Evaluation of Uniform Mesh Ion Exchange Resins for Condensate Polishin
IWC-00-08      true    Evaluation of Water Recycling Options at a Semiconductor Fabrication Pla
IWC-00-08D     true    Evaluation of Water Recycling Options at a Semiconductor Fabrication Pla
IWC-85-05      true    Evaluation of Weak Electrolyte Resins for Applications in a Mixed Resin S
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IWC-07-39      true    Evaporation of Purge Water from Wet FGD Scrubbers
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IWC-08-72      true    Evaporation of Wastewaters Containing Highly Soluble Salts
IWC-08-72D     true    Evaporation of Wastewaters Containing Highly Soluble Salts
IWC-79~18      true    Evaporative Recovery of Electroplating Solutions
IWC-79~18D     true    Evaporative Recovery of Electroplating Solutions
IWC-50~11      true    Evaporator Feedwater Treatment at Sewaren Generating Station
IWC-85-19      true    Evolution of a Wastewater Treatment System for Processing Scrubber Blo
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IWC-82-34PD2   true    Existing Cooling Water Treatments: How Successful?
IWC-06-32      true    Experience and Use of Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP) Measuremen
IWC-59~4       true    Experience in Clarification of High Color, Low Solids Surface Water
IWC-91-30      true    Experience of Reactor Water Quality Improvement in BWR Plants
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IWC-91-30AC    true    Experience of Reactor Water Quality Improvement in BWR Plants
IWC-98-78      false   Experience on Organic Scavenger Utilization
IWC-07~S08PD   true    EXPERIENCES ASSOCIATED WITH EXTENDED LAY-UPS OF STEAM
IWC-57~23      true    Experiences Gained in Demineralizer Pilot Plant Operation
IWC-88-58     true    Experiences in Applying Statistical Process Control Techniques toManagin
IWC-61~1      true    Experiences in Detection of Minute Amounts of Boiler Water Carryover Us
IWC-87-04     true    Experiences with a Boiler Water Monitoring System for Three Remote Sta
IWC-85-06     true    Experiences with a Co-Counter-Current Regeneration System at the Avon
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IWC-53~12     true    Experiences with Ammonia and Cyclohexylamine at the Springdale and M
IWC-52~2      true    Experiences with Application of Deaerating Heaters to Industrial and Utility
IWC-86-56     true    Experiences with a Shock Test for the Determination of the Resistance of
IWC-81-22     true    Experiences with Calcium Ion Electrode Technology in Continuous Soften
IWC-81-22D    true    Experiences with Calcium Ion Electrode Technology in Continuous Soften
IWC-52~1      true    Experiences with Chloride Anion Exchangers for Reducing Alkalinity Witho
IWC-00-45     true    Experiences with Combined Cycle Plants at Transcanada Pipelines, Ltd
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IWC-53~4      true    Experiences with Corrosion and Deposition Control for Cooling Tower Sys
IWC-70~25     true    Experiences with High Flowrate Softeners
IWC-77~19     true    Experiences with Reverse Osmosis in a Pilot-Scale Wastewater Renovatio
IWC-77~19D    true    Experiences with Reverse Osmosis in a Pilot-Scale Wastewater Renovatio
IWC-82-06     true    Experiences with Reverse Osmosis in BWR Radwaste Treatment
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IWC-55~4      true    Experiences with Sub-Surface Washers in Demineralizers, Zeolites and F
IWC-75~12     true    Experiences with the Application of High-Rate Pretreatment Technology fo
IWC-75~12D    true    Experiences with the Application of High-Rate Pretreatment Technology fo
IWC-58~4      true    Experiences with the High Rate of Flow Demineralization
IWC-56~10     true    Experiences with Turner Scale Thickness Indicator
IWC-47~1      false   Experience with Acid Cleaning of Steam Boilers
IWC-85-58     true    Experience with a Novel, Volatile Boiler Water Oxygen Scavenger
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IWC-67~22     true    Experience with High Rate Ammoniated Mixed Beds for Condensate Polis
IWC-78~03     true    Experience with Intermediate Strong Base Anion Resins at Three Mile Isla
IWC-78~03D    true    Experience with Intermediate Strong Base Anion Resins at Three Mile Isla
IWC-78~03AC   true    Experience with Intermediate Strong Base Anion Resins at Three Mile Isla
IWC-54~10     true    Experience with Monobed Demineralization for Water Treatment for High
IWC-68~14     true    Experience with Powdex for Once-Through Cycle Condensate Polishing, J
IWC-59~2      true    Experience with the Use of Stainless Steel Condenser Tubes at the Rives
IWC-75~15     true    Experimental and Theoretical pH Values of Phosphate Solutions Between
IWC-74~2      true    Experimental Equipment for Feeding Bromine Chloride
IWC-45~1      true    Experimental Studies of Boiler Scale at 1500 PSI
IWC-50~8      true    Experimental Studies of Boiler Scale at 2500 PSI
IWC-43~8      true    Experimental Studies of Boiler Scale at 800 PSI
IWC-97-42     true    Experimental Study on Concentration of Corrosive Impurities in Steam Du
IWC-97-42D    true    Experimental Study on Concentration of Corrosive Impurities in Steam Du
IWC-95-15     true    Expert System in Cooling Water System: a Mexican Perspective
IWC-87-01     true    Expert Systems Applications in Water Treatment
IWC-87-01D    true    Expert Systems Applications in Water Treatment
IWC-65~3      true    Extended Expenence in Biological Treatment and Reuse of Refinery Wast
IWC-77~06     true    External Treatment for Industrial Boiler Systems
IWC-84-70     true    "Extractables" in New Resins: a Critical Look at the How, What and Why o
IWC-86-20     true    "Extractables" in Resins: A further Look at what they are and what become
IWC-78~19     true    Factors Affecting Chemical Oxygen Scavenger Performance and Selectio
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IWC-72~4      true    Factors Affecting Ion Exchange Resin Performance in Deep Bed Condens
IWC-83-36     true    Factors Affecting the Performance of Condensate Polishing Plants
IWC-54~20     true    Factors Entering Into the Selection of a Water Treating Facility for a Large
IWC-51~2      true    Factors in Evaporator Vapor Purity Testing
IWC-53~6      true    Factors Influencing Metal Loss in Condensate and Feedwater Systems
IWC-88-60     true    Factors Influencing Powdered Ion Exchange Resin Precoats
IWC-54~18     true    Factors Influencing the Design of Interface Grids for Mixed Bed Deminera
IWC-57~19     true    Factors Involved in Overall Heat Transfer of Condenser Tubes
IWC-98-01     true    Failure Analysis and Investigation for Boiler Water Systems
IWC-06-38     true    Failure Analysis Case Histories Associated with Start-ups and Cycling of H
IWC-07-23     true    Fate of Arsenic, Trace Organics and Other Constituents of Wastewater Or
IWC-04-44     true    Fear and Loathing at a Combined Cycle Power Plant - Ion Chromatograph
IWC-96-11     false   Feasibility of the Use of Two Bromine Biocides as a Substitute for Chlorine
IWC-94-04     true    Feed System Development and Field Experiences with a Unique Solid Bro
IWC-88-54     true    Feedwater Iron Reduction at Brunswick
IWC-75~06     true    Feedwater Quality in Modern Industrial Boilers - A Consensus of Proper C
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IWC-51~4      true    Feedwater Treatment Requirements for Packaged Steam Generators
IWC-06-11     true    FGD Waste Water Blowdown Treatment and Zero Liquid Discharge
IWC-07-51     true    FGD Wastewater Disposed of Via Deep-Well Injection at Duke Energy‘s G
IWC-07-51D    true    FGD Wastewater Disposed of Via Deep-Well Injection at Duke Energy‘s G
IWC-96-02     true    Field Application of a New Solvent for Cleaning Once-Through Boilers
IWC-89-35     true    Field Demonstration of a Moving Manifold Targeted Chlorination SystemA
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IWC-89-35AC   true    Field Demonstration of a Moving Manifold Targeted Chlorination SystemA
IWC-86-34     true    Field Experiences and Results of two Targeted Treatment Systems
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IWC-84-39     true    Field Experiences with Sulphonated Styrene Copolymers for On-Line Boile
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IWC-86-55     true    Field Experiences with the Stability of Strong Base Resins at Corpus Chris
IWC-93-32     true    Field Experience with a Novel Calcium Carbonate Scale Inhibitor for Maxim
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IWC-83-46     true    Field Experience with a Simple Cooling Water Biofilm Monitoring Device
IWC-03-37     true    Field Experience with New CEDI Module Design
IWC-86-17     true    Field Experience with Replacing Demineralized Water with Decationized W
IWC-67~2      true    Field Experience with Stratified Beds of Weakly Basic and Strongly Basic A
IWC-89-15     true    Field Operating Experiences with a Volatile Oxygen Scavenger/Metal Pass
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IWC-68~8      true    Field Operating Experiences with the Sul-biSul Process for Brackish Wate
IWC-90-32     true    Field Performance of a Two-Bed Deionization Unit Employing Countercurr
IWC-47~9      false   Field Performances (Progress reports) Deionization Water Plant
IWC-87-28     true    Field Study: Electromagnetic Device used to Treat a Watertube Boiler
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IWC-92-53     true    Field Study - Ozonation of HVAC System Recirculating Water
IWC-87-13     true    Field Testing of a New Bromine Release Biocide
IWC-58~11     true    Field Testing of Ion Exchange Resins
IWC-89-05     true    Fifty Years of Cooling Water Treatment-A Review and Commentary
IWC-53~2      true    Filter Aid Filtration of Water
IWC-00-54     true    Filtration Options for Pretreatment of Demineralization
IWC-95-28     true    Financial Justification Developmental Logic for Steam Cycle Chemical Cle
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IWC-91-01     true    First Year's Operation of Alternative Demineralizer Technology at PSI Ene
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IWC-40~2       false   First Year's Work of the Ohio River Pollution Survey
IWC-97-70      true    Five Years of Operating Experience with the Sidtec® On-Line Mechanical
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IWC-59~16      true    Five Years Weak Base Anion Resin Experiences on the Ohio River
IWC-67~5       true    Fixed-Bed Continuous Ion-Exchange Equipment
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IWC-47~16~D3   false   Floor Discussion: How Troublesome Waste Water Problems Were Solved
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IWC-47~06~D4   false   Floor Discussion: Method of Oxygen Determination in Boiler Feed Water
IWC-47~02~D4   false   Floor Discussion: Removal of Silica Deposits from Steam Turbines by Cau
IWC-47~08~D4   false   Floor Discussion: Silica Removal by Means of Ion Exchange Resins
IWC-47~07~D5   false   Floor Discussion: Some Practical Aspects of Deionization
IWC-47~03~D4   false   Floor Discussion: The Use of X-Rays in Steam Power Problems
IWC-47~05~D4   false   Floor Discussion: Treatment of Brackish Water for Boiler Feed
IWC-47~04~D3   false   Floor Disussion: The Biological Reactions of Polluted Water on Copper-Be
IWC-82-12      true    Florida Power and Light Company's Steam Generator Protection Plan and
IWC-97~S15FD   true    FLOW ACCELERATED CORROSION
IWC-97-55      true    Flow-Assisted Corrosion - an Introduction
IWC-08-17      true    Flue Gas Condensate and Energy Recovery
IWC-85-40      true    Fluid Composition in the Tube Sheet Crevices of a Nuclear Steam Genera
IWC-97-47      true    Fluorescent Traced Chemical Programs - Not Just a Feed and Control Pro
IWC-80-27      true    Fluoride Cleaning of a Cooling Water System
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IWC-89-60      true    Flushing and Chemically Cleaning New Piping Systems
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IWC-89-60AC    true    Flushing and Chemically Cleaning New Piping Systems
IWC-79~48      true    Foam Cleaning of Boiler Systems
IWC-85-52      true    Foamed Solvents for Cleaning Surface Condensers
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IWC-99-43      false   Follow-up Report to Logan Generating Plant Experience with Zero Liquid D
IWC-96-39      true    Fossil Plants Cycle Chemistry R & D in Italy beyond 2000
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IWC-93-34      true    Fouling of Plastic Film Fill
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IWC-07-69      true    Fouling of WAC and SAC Resins in EOR Applications.
IWC-96-44D     true    Four Decades of Macroreticular (Macroporous) Ion Exchange Resins. [Al
IWC-96-44      true    Four Decades of Macroreticular (Macroporous) Ion Exchange Resins. [Pu
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IWC-02-16D     true    Four Years of Operating Experience with Type III Strong Base Anion Resin
IWC-84-33      true    Four Years Operating Experience with a 3,000 GPM Counterflow Makeup
IWC-71~12      true    Four Years Operating Experience with Graver‘s CI Process
IWC-88-40      true    Free vs. Captive Alkalinity...Factors Affecting the Choice of a High Pressu
IWC-88-40D     true    Free vs. Captive Alkalinity...Factors Affecting the Choice of a High Pressu
IWC-88-40AC    true    Free vs. Captive Alkalinity...Factors Affecting the Choice of a High Pressu
IWC-06-16      true    Fresh, Produced, and Newest Brackish Water Ion Exchange Treating at th
IWC-88-38      true    FRG Wastewater Treatment-State of the Art in the Federal Republic of Ge
IWC-88-38D     true    FRG Wastewater Treatment-State of the Art in the Federal Republic of Ge
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IWC-93-56     false   Friendly Computers: Design Improvements in Operator Interface Control S
IWC-03-33     true    From Raw Water Analysis to Steam Purity - Challenges and Solutions
IWC-03-33D    true    From Raw Water Analysis to Steam Purity - Challenges and Solutions
IWC-07-50     true    Full Scale Implementation of GE Abmet® Biological Technology for the Re
IWC-07-50D    true    Full Scale Implementation of GE Abmet® Biological Technology for the Re
IWC-08-31     true    Full Scale Operation of Biological Technology for the Removal of Selenium
IWC-08-31D    true    Full Scale Operation of Biological Technology for the Removal of Selenium
IWC-79~22     true    Fundamental and Basic Theories Regarding the Proper Use of Modern Da
IWC-93-41     true    Further Investigations of the Properties of the ―Type III‖ Strong Base Anion
IWC-91-16     true    Future Direction of Cycle Chemistry Based on an Extensive Monitoring Pro
IWC-91-16D    true    Future Direction of Cycle Chemistry Based on an Extensive Monitoring Pro
IWC-98-15     true    Future Trends in Reverse Osmosis Membranes
IWC-53~17     true    Gadgets: Their Practical Performance in Water Conditioning
IWC-76~21     true    Galvanic Probe Oxygen Analysis
IWC-87-15     true    Galvanized Cooling Towers-White Rust
IWC-99-30     true    Gas Transfer Membranes — The New Norm in the Water Treatment Mark
IWC-85-08     true    Gel vs. Macroporous Resins for High Rate Demineralization on a High Org
IWC-85-08D    true    Gel vs. Macroporous Resins for High Rate Demineralization on a High Org
IWC-83-23     true    Generic Reactor Coolant High Temperature Electromagnetic Filtration Sys
IWC-83-23D    true    Generic Reactor Coolant High Temperature Electromagnetic Filtration Sys
IWC-46~1      true    German Power Plant Steam Generators and Water Conditioning Systems
IWC-45~3      true    German Power Plant Water Conditioning Systems
IWC-96-61     true    Getting the Lead Out! Operations at the Leadville Treatment Facility
IWC-96-61D    true    Getting the Lead Out! Operations at the Leadville Treatment Facility
IWC-96-27     true    Getting to Zero Discharge: How to Recycle that Last Bit of Really Bad Was
IWC-98-56     true    Good Lay-Up Practice Produces Significant Benefits
IWC-98-56D    true    Good Lay-Up Practice Produces Significant Benefits
IWC-83-31     true    Groundwater Monitoring and Response Program
IWC-88-06     true    Groundwater Restoration by Reverse Osmosis
IWC-88-06D    true    Groundwater Restoration by Reverse Osmosis
IWC-88-06AC   true    Groundwater Restoration by Reverse Osmosis
IWC-81-16     true    Guidelines for Lay-Up of Boilers and Their Auxiliaries
IWC-81-16D    true    Guidelines for Lay-Up of Boilers and Their Auxiliaries
IWC-81-16AC   true    Guidelines for Lay-Up of Boilers and Their Auxiliaries
IWC-07-68     true    Guidelines for Produced Water Evaporators in SAGD
IWC-93-50     true    Guidelines on Cycle Water Chemistry for Flu1dized-Bed Combustion Pow
IWC-93-50D    true    Guidelines on Cycle Water Chemistry for Flu1dized-Bed Combustion Pow
IWC-88-20     true    Guidelines on Instrumentation and Control for Fossil Plant Cycle Chemistr
IWC-88-20D    true    Guidelines on Instrumentation and Control for Fossil Plant Cycle Chemistr
IWC-88-20AC   true    Guidelines on Instrumentation and Control for Fossil Plant Cycle Chemistr
IWC-99-40     true    Halogen-Tolerant High LSI Calcium Carbonate and Corrosion Inhibition in
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IWC-58~6      true    Handling and Feeding Acid to Demineralizers
IWC-58~7      true    Handling and Feeding Caustic Soda to Demineralizers
IWC-58~9      true    Handling and Feeding Chemical Solutions to Clarifying and Softening Equ
IWC-58~10     true    Handling and Feeding Dry Chemicals to Clarifying and Softening Equipme
IWC-54~16     true    Handling Final Effluent, Deaerators, Pipe and Tank Linings
IWC-73~12     true    Handling of Solid and Liquid Sidestreams Resulting from Water Reuse Op
IWC-04-36     true    Hazards of Amine Use In Boiler Systems
IWC-78~23     true    Health, Safety Aspects, and Policy Implications of Reuse of Treated Wast
IWC-78~23D    true    Health, Safety Aspects, and Policy Implications of Reuse of Treated Wast
IWC-99-11     true    Heat Exchanger Design & Operation to Minimize Efficiency Loss
IWC-99-11D    true    Heat Exchanger Design & Operation to Minimize Efficiency Loss
IWC-99-11AC   true    Heat Exchanger Design & Operation to Minimize Efficiency Loss
IWC-07-55     true    Heat Exchanger Fouling in a Safety-Related Service Water System
IWC-07-55D    true    Heat Exchanger Fouling in a Safety-Related Service Water System
IWC-07-55AC   true    Heat Exchanger Fouling in a Safety-Related Service Water System
IWC-81-08     true    Heating Boiler Treatment: Chromate vs. a Nonhazardous Treatment
IWC-81-08D    true    Heating Boiler Treatment: Chromate vs. a Nonhazardous Treatment
IWC-04-28     true    Heat Recovery Steam Generators-Impact of Water Chemistry
IWC-93-24     true    Heavy Metals Removal from Industrial Cooling Tower Blowdown for Meeti
IWC-93-24D    true    Heavy Metals Removal from Industrial Cooling Tower Blowdown for Meeti
IWC-95-71     false   Here's How Romate Works
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IWC-06-15     true    High Efficiency De-oiling for Improved Produced Water Quality
IWC-07-04     true    High-Efficiency Filtration For Membrane Pretreatment
IWC-73~22     true    High Flow Rate Water Softening by Continuous Moving Bed Ion Exchange
IWC-76~19     true    High Gradient Magnetic Filters for Boiler Water Treatment
IWC-68~22     true    Highly Refined Continuous Mixed-Bed Ion Exchange Process for Condens
IWC-50~4      true    High Pressure Boiler Feedwater Treatment, Evaporation vs. Demineralizin
IWC-99-52     true    High Pressure Boiler Metals Transport
IWC-05-81     true    High Rate Combined Solids Contacting and Thickening Minimize Footprin
IWC-04-07     true    High Rate Compressible Media Filtration
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IWC-94-51     true    High Temperature Electrochemical Monitoring Nuclear Steam Cycle Applic
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IWC-96-23     true    History and Strategy of Phosphate Chemistry Control at Ohio Edison Com
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IWC-91-31     false   History Case - Global Treatment for Steam Generation and Distribution Sy
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IWC-86-32     true    Hollow Fiber Filtration - A Summary Economic and Filtration Report
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IWC-04-08     true    Hollow Fiber UF Pilot Testing Procedures & Case Studies
IWC-04-08D    true    Hollow Fiber UF Pilot Testing Procedures & Case Studies
IWC-00-07     true    Honda of America Reuses "Gray" Water
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IWC-96-07     true    HOSCO: a Software to Model the "Impure" Steam Condensation in Indust
IWC-50~10     true    Hot Lime Treatment Followed by Sodium Zeolite
IWC-54~19     true    Hot Process Hot Zeolite Treatment in a Steel Mill
IWC-57~18     true    How About Aluminum Condenser Tubes?
IWC-02-65     true    How a Power Plant Air Permit Can Impact the Cooling Tower Circulating W
IWC-82-34PD4   true    How New Products are Developed and Brought into the Plant
IWC-96-54      true    How to Control Coordinated Phosphate Programs in the Presence of Impu
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IWC-75~07      true    How to Determine When an Industrial Boiler Needs Cleaning
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IWC-00-42      true    How to Handle Suspended Solids within Ion Exchange Resin (IER) Packe
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IWC-07-77      true    "How To" Interpret U.S. Patent Claims
IWC-96-19      true    How to Specify a Reverse Osmosis System
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IWC-04-26      true    HRSG Chemistry Guidelines
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IWC-05-31      true    Hybrid Resin Technology for Simultaneous Removal of Multiple Contamin
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IWC-77~33      true    Hydrazine vs. Chromate as a Corrosion Inhibitor for Industrial Closed Coo
IWC-79~38      true    Hydrogen Peroxide and Ion Exchangers in Power Plant Operation
IWC-77~28      true    Hydrogeological Considerations for the Disposal of Industrial Residues
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IWC-85-55      true    Hydrogeological Investigation for Design and Construction of a Ground Wa
IWC-83-05      true    Hydroperm™ Cross Flow Microfiltration: a New Process for the Liquid Pro
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IWC-84-26      true    Hydroperm Lime Softening-A Case History
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IWC-95-51      true    Hydrothermal Oxidation: Pilot Scale Operating Experiences
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IWC-89-61      true    ICP Performance for the Measurement of Fourteen Trace Metals in Power
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IWC-86-47      true    Identification and Control of Scaling in Recirculating Ash-Disposal System
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IWC-96-10      true    Identification of Cooling Water Biofilms using a Novel ATP Monitoring Tec
IWC-02-64      true    Identifying and Minimizing Cooling Tower Mechanical and Performance Ri
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IWC-07-28      true    I Have to Lay Boilers Up – What Next
IWC-04-33      true    I Hear What You're Saying, But I Don't Understand a Word of It
IWC-92-21      true    Impact of a Novel Weak Base Anion Exchange Resin on the Operation an
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IWC-95-47      true    Impact of Cooling Water Treatment Trends on Algae Control
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IWC-98-28      true    Impact of Deregulation and Competition on Base Loaded Power Plant Wa
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IWC-05-03      true    Impact of Low Molecular Weight Organic Acids on Anion Exchange Resin
IWC-90-18      true    Impact of Particle Size on Single Bed Demineralizer Performance
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IWC-82-18      true    Impact of the Programmable Controller on the Instrumentation and Contro
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IWC-79~36PD    true    Impact on Contract Disposal Firms (1)
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IWC-99-04    true    Impacts and Control of the Zebra Mussel
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IWC-55~6     true    Important Variables in Water Quality Affecting Cold Process Clarification
IWC-82-48    true    Improved Biological Degradation Chlorinated Hydrocarbons Using Mutant
IWC-02-44    true    Improved Chemical Treatment Program for Optimum Corrosion Control in
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IWC-02-04    true    Improved Condensate Resin Performance Using Post-Manufacturing Proc
IWC-83-20    true    Improved Control of Boiler Scaling and Corrosion with an All-Polymer Inter
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IWC-90-51    true    Improved Diluter Module for Sub-ppb Ion Analysis in Power Plant Cycle W
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IWC-94-06    true    Improved Instrumentation for Silt Density Index to Evaluate Reverse Osmo
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IWC-95-56    false   Improved Precoat Technology used in BWR Plants
IWC-95-55    true    Improved Water Chemistry at Virginia Power's Surrey Station
IWC-95-55D   true    Improved Water Chemistry at Virginia Power's Surrey Station
IWC-03-36    true    Improvement in Power Plant Water Quality Utilizing EDI: Case Studies at T
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IWC-99-28    true    Improvement in UPW System by Utilizing EDI
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IWC-94-62    true    Improvement of Calcium Sulfate Scaling Calculation in Cooling Water Sys
IWC-95-57    true    Improvement of Precoat Filter Performance in RWCU
IWC-46~3     true    Improvement of Steam Quality
IWC-71~19    true    Improvements in Chlorine Residual Analyzers
IWC-01-45    true    Improvements in Corrosion Protection during Off-Line Storage of Heat Re
IWC-93-48    true    Improvements in On-Line Ion Chromatography
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IWC-94-58    true    Improvements in Waste Water Treatment at Zinc Corporation of America
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IWC-99-67    true    Improving Reverse Osmosis (RO) Permeate Quality Through Permeate R
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IWC-99-60    true    Improving Thin Film Composite RO Membrane Performance in Biologicall
IWC-07-12    true    Increased Water Treatment Plant Capacity at a Mexican Power Station Us
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IWC-07-62    true    Inductive Conductivity for Control of CIP Processes
IWC-93-33    true    Industrial Applications of Pitzer‘s Equation to Cooling Water Systems
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IWC-49~10    true    Industrial Approach Towards Waste Treatment and Stream Pollution Abat
IWC-78~22    true    Industrial Engineering Approach Provides Bases for Optimizing Performan
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IWC-00-49    true    Industrial ISFET pH Sensors: Technical Overview and Application Succes
IWC-70~15    true    Industrial Microbiocides for Open Recirculating Cooling Water Systems
IWC-97-24    true    Industrial Plant Condensate Treatment, State-Of-The-Art
IWC-97-24D   true    Industrial Plant Condensate Treatment, State-Of-The-Art
IWC-08-28    true    Industrial Steam Purity: Requirements, Proper Sampling and Practical Con
IWC-49~11    true    Industrial Wastes
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IWC-60~14    true    Industrial Waste Treatment by the Completely-Mixed Activated Sludge Pro
IWC-89-17    true    Industrial Water Quality Measurement: a Retrospective/Prospective View
IWC-93-11    true    Industrial Water Reuse and Wastewater Minimization
IWC-68~4     true    Industrial Water Re-Use Process and Cost Considerations
IWC-54~1       true    Industrial Water Supplies of the United States
IWC-86-11      true    Industry-Wide Survey of Organics in PWR's
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IWC-90-53      true    Influence of Dissolved Chemicals to Corrosion of Mild Steel in High Tempe
IWC-85-53      true    In-Ground Removal of Iron and Manganese from Well Water
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IWC-51~15      true    Inhibitor Effectiveness at Elevated Temperatures
IWC-85-41      true    Initial Operating Experience with a Liquid Waste Treatment System for NY
IWC-07-53      true    Initial Operating Experience with a Novel FGD Waste Water Treatment Sy
IWC-07-53D     true    Initial Operating Experience with a Novel FGD Waste Water Treatment Sy
IWC-50~9       true    Initial Report of Operating Data from Industrial Mixed Bed Deionizing Units
IWC-06-27      true    Innovated Bio-ecological Process for Municipal Sewage and Sludge Stabil
IWC-94-69      true    Innovations in Deep-Bed Condensate Polishing
IWC-00-03      true    Innovations in Fill Fouling Control
IWC-08-45      true    Innovations in Ion-Exchange Technology for the Removal of Sulphate
IWC-08-45D     true    Innovations in Ion-Exchange Technology for the Removal of Sulphate
IWC-08-54      true    Innovations in Produced Water Treatment for SAGD
IWC-02-27      true    Innovative Business Model for High Strength Refinery Waste Streams
IWC-86-48      true    Innovative Design for Chloram1ne Removal for Pharmaceutical Company
IWC-86-48D     true    Innovative Design for Chloram1ne Removal for Pharmaceutical Company
IWC-05-49      true    Innovative MBR Process for Industrial Wastewater Treatment and Reuse
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IWC-06-22      true    Innovative Membrane Waste Disposal for the Taunton River Desalination
IWC-99-44      true    Innovative Methods for Recycling Wastewater in Power Plants to Reduce
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IWC-98-16      true    Innovative New Products and Applications for the Analysis of Power Wate
IWC-89-59      false   Innovative Processes Provide Cogeneration Power Plant with the Ability to
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IWC-98-40      true    Innovative Troubleshooting in a Refinery Cooling System: A Case Study
IWC-81-33      true    Inorganic Ion Exchangers and their Application in Industry
IWC-91-51      true    In-Place Chemical Cleaning of Stainless Steel Condensate Demineralizer
IWC-63~3       true    In-Plant Water Conservation in the Pollution Abatement Programs
IWC-59~13      true    Inspecting Cooling Towers for Wood Deterioration
IWC-56~8       true    Inspection of Nonmagnetic Tubing in Corrosive Service by the Probolog M
IWC-98-63      true    Installation and Start-Up of Outsourced Deltaflow™ Systems at TVA‘s Seq
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IWC-90-49      true    Installation of a New Secondary Chemistry Laboratory and Data Managem
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IWC-76~22      true    Instantaneous Versus Coupon Corrosion Rates in Laboratory Test
IWC-79~28      true    Instrumentation and Control in a Wastewater Recovery System
IWC-56~6       true    Instrumentation for the Determination of Steam Purity
IWC-68~7       true    Instrumentation of Residual Chlorine Measurement
IWC-82-34PD5   true    Insuring the Success of the Program
IWC-03-40      true    Integrated Approach to Water/Wastewater Treatment at a Zero Discharge
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IWC-08-65      true    Integrated Fixed-Film/ Activated Sludge (IFAS) for Refinery and Petrochem
IWC-06-57      true    Intellectual Property Protection – Avoiding Loss of Trade Secrets
IWC-77~07      true    Internal Boiler Water Treatment
IWC-90-41      true    International Water Treatment Practices and Experience
IWC-90-41D     true    International Water Treatment Practices and Experience
IWC-90-41AC    true    International Water Treatment Practices and Experience
IWC-77~03      true    Inter-Relationship of Deposits and Corrosion in Recirculating Cooling Wat
IWC-77~03D    true    Inter-Relationship of Deposits and Corrosion in Recirculating Cooling Wat
IWC-00-15     true    Interstage Energy Recovery Turbine Application - Marco Island, Florida
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IWC-04-51     true    Introduction of Spiral Wound EDI -Exclusive Design and Its Application
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IWC-04-51AC   true    Introduction of Spiral Wound EDI -Exclusive Design and Its Application
IWC-65~5      true    Introduction to a Panel Discussion on In-Service Cleaning of Boilers and A
IWC-03-08     true    Introduction to the ASME Research and Technology Committee on Water
IWC-92-42     true    Investigation of a Fouling Sensor System Constructed with Piezoelectric Q
IWC-75~18     true    Investigation of Ammonium Citrate Cleaning Solvents
IWC-46~4      true    Investigation of Carryover Problems and Identification of Types
IWC-92-32     true    Investigation of Hydrazine Alternatives for Industrial and Utility Steam Gen
IWC-61~2      true    Investigations of Polyphosphates as Corrosion Inhibitors in Cooling Water
IWC-40~3      false   Investigations of Spent Pickling Wastes, Their Treatment and Possible Uti
IWC-91-22     true    Iodine-Bias Analyzer for Monitoring and Control of Chlorine and Sulfite Re
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IWC-87-07     true    Ion Chromatographic Analysis of Organophosphonates in Cooling Water
IWC-61~12     true    Ion Exchange Acid-Alkali Neutralizer for Demineralizer Regeneration Was
IWC-08-43     true    Ion Exchange Applications of Simulation Technology
IWC-08-43D    true    Ion Exchange Applications of Simulation Technology
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IWC-96-17     true    Ion Exchange Capacity Utilization and Chemical Optimization
IWC-97-67     true    Ion Exchange Demineralizers: Big Problems, Small Solutions
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IWC-46~13     true    Ion Exchange in the Treatment of Wastes
IWC-79~11     true    Ion Exchange Mechanism in Condensate Polishing
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IWC-79~11D2   true    Ion Exchange Mechanism in Condensate Polishing
IWC-79~11D3   true    Ion Exchange Mechanism in Condensate Polishing
IWC-83-42     true    Ion Exchange of Mixed Rad Waste
IWC-89-25     true    Ion Exchange, Past, Present and Future
IWC-73~10     true    Ion Exchange Pretreatment for a Reverse Osmosis Process
IWC-86-08     true    Ion Exchange Resin Performance in Candu Moderator Systems
IWC-86-08D    true    Ion Exchange Resin Performance in Candu Moderator Systems
IWC-07-18     true    Ion Exchange Resins as Stationary Phase in Industrial Chromatographic S
IWC-07-18D    true    Ion Exchange Resins as Stationary Phase in Industrial Chromatographic S
IWC-86-18     true    Ion Exchange Resins - Their Application in Flue Gas Scrubbing at Incinera
IWC-67~6      true    Ion Exchange Screen for Organic Matter Improves Demineralizer Perform
IWC-53~7      true    Iron and Copper Deposits in Boilers
IWC-46~9      true    Iron and Manganese Removal
IWC-55~5      true    Iron and Manganese Removal
IWC-79~07     true    Iron Oxide Deposition - Complete Boiler System Control
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IWC-08-25     true    Iron Specific Resin, a Novel Technique and an Excellent Choice for Remo
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IWC-06-30     true    Is Cation Conductivity Monitoring Relevant For Today‘s Combined Cycle P
IWC-89-27     true    Is Total Capacity Measurement an Indicator of Column Performance of An
IWC-89-27D    true    Is Total Capacity Measurement an Indicator of Column Performance of An
IWC-89-27AC   true    Is Total Capacity Measurement an Indicator of Column Performance of An
IWC-08-67     true    Keeping it Green at the Landfill - Cogeneration, Evaporation and Membran
IWC-08-67D    true    Keeping it Green at the Landfill - Cogeneration, Evaporation and Membran
IWC-63~4       true   Keeping Our Industrial Rivers Reusable
IWC-97-15      true   Key Components in the Economics of Upflow "Packed Bed" Demineralizer
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IWC-98~00      true   Keynote Address
IWC-99~00      true   Keynote Address
IWC-00~00      true   Keynote Address
IWC-01~00      true   Keynote Speech
IWC-98-19      true   Keys to On-Line Monitoring in Steam Generating Systems
IWC-86-39      true   Kinetic Analysis of a New Biocide Delivery System for Cooling Towers
IWC-92-01      true   Kinetic Evaluation of Cation Exchange Resin Used in High Purity Water Ap
IWC-92-01D     true   Kinetic Evaluation of Cation Exchange Resin Used in High Purity Water Ap
IWC-81-32      true   Kinetic Performances of Anion Exchange Resins
IWC-95-53      true   Kinetics Testing in Systems using Volatile Amines
IWC-95-53D     true   Kinetics Testing in Systems using Volatile Amines
IWC-74~14      true   Kinetics vs. Aqueous Chemistry of Calcium-Based Sulfur Dioxide Scrubbin
IWC-87-52      true   KLM's Optimized BARS for Silica and Waste Removal
IWC-87-52D     true   KLM's Optimized BARS for Silica and Waste Removal
IWC-90-26      true   Laboratory Methods for Evaluating Generic Cooling Water Additives
IWC-91-18      true   Laboratory Scale Modeling of Localized Corrosion in a Coordinated Phosp
IWC-91-18D1    true   Laboratory Scale Modeling of Localized Corrosion in a Coordinated Phosp
IWC-91-18D2    true   Laboratory Scale Modeling of Localized Corrosion in a Coordinated Phosp
IWC-77~16      true   Laboratory Studies in Ion Exchange Technology Related to Reactor Coola
IWC-77~16D     true   Laboratory Studies in Ion Exchange Technology Related to Reactor Coola
IWC-77~16AC    true   Laboratory Studies in Ion Exchange Technology Related to Reactor Coola
IWC-95-45      true   Laboratory Test Method for Determining the Impact of Corrosion and Scal
IWC-95-45D     true   Laboratory Test Method for Determining the Impact of Corrosion and Scal
IWC-64~2       true   Large-Scale Steam Generation at Steel Surfaces: A Physiochemical Enqu
IWC-99-45      true   Large Scale Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) Systems
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IWC-43~10      true   Latest Developments in Removal of Cations and Anions from Water by De
IWC-68~11      true   Latex Waste Industrial Problems
IWC-07-31      true   Lay-Up and Return to Service Practices at Ontario Power Generation
IWC-88-08      true   Leachables vs. Ionic Leakage in Powdered Resin Systems
IWC-88-08D     true   Leachables vs. Ionic Leakage in Powdered Resin Systems
IWC-88-08AC    true   Leachables vs. Ionic Leakage in Powdered Resin Systems
IWC-07-10      true   Leading Chemical Manufacturer‘s Plant in South India to Become A Zero L
IWC-07-10D     true   Leading Chemical Manufacturer‘s Plant in South India to Become A Zero L
IWC-54~2       true   Legal Aspects of the Clean Stream Program
IWC-07~S06PD   true   Legionella
IWC-05-63      true   Legionella 2003: An Update and Statement by the Association of Water Te
IWC-05-63D     true   Legionella 2003: An Update and Statement by the Association of Water Te
IWC-06-02      true   Legionella and Biofilm Control with Hydrogen Peroxide
IWC-06-02D     true   Legionella and Biofilm Control with Hydrogen Peroxide
IWC-06-02AC    true   Legionella and Biofilm Control with Hydrogen Peroxide
IWC-05-21      true   Legionella Controlled by Pulsed Power
IWC-07-22      true   Legionella: Problems, Causes, Risks, Solutions, and Control
IWC-02-12      true   Legionella Treatment Strategies: First Response and Minimization Action
IWC-02-12AC    true   Legionella Treatment Strategies: First Response and Minimization Action
IWC-02-12D     true   Legionella Treatment Strategies: First Response and Minimization Action
IWC-99~S06PD   true   Legionella: Update On Occurrences And Control
IWC-04-13      true   Legionnaires‘ Disease: Where are we after 27 years of study?
IWC-05-22      true   Lessons Learned from Recent Outbreaks of Legionnaires Disease and Gu
IWC-08-20     true    Lessons Learned from the Implementation of Biocide Strategies in Cooling
IWC-84-96     true    Lessons Learned from the Use of Ion Exchange for Wastewater Treatmen
IWC-84-96D    true    Lessons Learned from the Use of Ion Exchange for Wastewater Treatmen
IWC-79~08     true    Let's Protect the Resin Beds
IWC-79~08D    true    Let's Protect the Resin Beds
IWC-91-34     true    Life Prediction of Ion Exchange Resins in BWR Condensate Demineralize
IWC-91-34D    true    Life Prediction of Ion Exchange Resins in BWR Condensate Demineralize
IWC-91-34AC   true    Life Prediction of Ion Exchange Resins in BWR Condensate Demineralize
IWC-81-35     true    Liftbed- and Rinsebed-Process, a Novel Technique for Ion Exchange
IWC-44~9      true    Lime and Limestone in Waste Pickle Liquor Treatment
IWC-92-25     true    Lime Treatment vs. Ultrafiltration Case Study
IWC-92-25AC   true    Lime Treatment vs. Ultrafiltration Case Study
IWC-92-25D    true    Lime Treatment vs. Ultrafiltration Case Study
IWC-47~12     false   Liquid Chemical Feed Systems
IWC-78~37     true    Locating Regions of Localized Salt Deposition within an Operating Boiler
IWC-96-42     true    Logan Generating Plant Experience with Zero Liquid Discharge
IWC-96-42D    true    Logan Generating Plant Experience with Zero Liquid Discharge
IWC-94-14     true    Low Cost Zero Discharge
IWC-00-27     true    Low Fouling Polyamide Reverse Osmosis Membranes: A Comparison of
IWC-99-68     true    Low Level Deoxygenation of Boiler Makeup Water Using Gas Transfer Me
IWC-99-68D    true    Low Level Deoxygenation of Boiler Makeup Water Using Gas Transfer Me
IWC-89-46     true    Low Phosphate-Low Sodium Hydroxide Treatment in 2600 psig Boilers at
IWC-89-46D    true    Low Phosphate-Low Sodium Hydroxide Treatment in 2600 psig Boilers at
IWC-89-46AC   true    Low Phosphate-Low Sodium Hydroxide Treatment in 2600 psig Boilers at
IWC-88-65     true    Low Pressure Steam Purity: Behavior of the Chemical Species in Condens
IWC-90-14     true    Macrofouling Control
IWC-90-14D    true    Macrofouling Control
IWC-96-71     true    Macrofouling Prevention and Control in Service Water and Circulating Wa
IWC-70~18     true    Macroporous Ion Exchange Resins as Regeneratable Adsorbents for Orga
IWC-63~8      true    Macroreticular Anion Exchange Resins
IWC-79~19     true    Magnetic Field Conditioning of Industrial Waters
IWC-69~16     true    Magnetics and Their Application to Pollution Abatement
IWC-84-10     true    Magnetic Water Treatment Devices - The Results of a University Study
IWC-90~00     true    Main Features of Present Time Water Chemistry in the Soviet Union
IWC-99-50     true    Maintaining Effective Cooling Tower Performance when Using Contamina
IWC-99-50D    true    Maintaining Effective Cooling Tower Performance when Using Contamina
IWC-91-45     true    Maintaining Efficiency of an Electrochlorination Disinfection System Opera
IWC-00-20     true    Maintaining Storage Tank Dissolved Oxygen Levels Utilizing Gas Transfer
IWC-90-16     true    Major Advances of Chemical Treatment of Cooling Water in China over th
IWC-90-16D    true    Major Advances of Chemical Treatment of Cooling Water in China over th
IWC-00-34     true    Major Improvement in Cooling System Performance at an Ammonia/Urea
IWC-00-34D    true    Major Improvement in Cooling System Performance at an Ammonia/Urea
IWC-78~01     true    Makeup and Feedwater Treatment for Large Utility Boilers
IWC-78~01D    true    Makeup and Feedwater Treatment for Large Utility Boilers
IWC-84-105    true    Makeup Demineralization with an Organic Scavenger/Monobed System
IWC-84-105D   true    Makeup Demineralization with an Organic Scavenger/Monobed System
IWC-77~21     true    Make-Up Treatment - Countercurrent Regeneration Experience in the Uni
IWC-77~21D1   true    Make-Up Treatment - Countercurrent Regeneration Experience in the Uni
IWC-77~21D2   true    Make-Up Treatment - Countercurrent Regeneration Experience in the Uni
IWC-90-43     true    Makeup Treatment for Fossil Utility Plant Steam - Water Cycles
IWC-90-43D    true    Makeup Treatment for Fossil Utility Plant Steam - Water Cycles
IWC-90-43AC   true    Makeup Treatment for Fossil Utility Plant Steam - Water Cycles
IWC-94-34     true    Makeup Water Treatment by Service Contract
IWC-94-34D    true    Makeup Water Treatment by Service Contract
IWC-92-26     true    Makeup Water Treatment Incorporating Electrodeionizat1on along with Tr
IWC-92-26D    true    Makeup Water Treatment Incorporating Electrodeionizat1on along with Tr
IWC-97-68     true    Making Old Makeup Mixed Beds Make More Good Water
IWC-68~2      true    Management of Water Quality Data at ORSANCO
IWC-01-12     true    Managing Microbiological Fouling Potentials with a Non-Oxidizing Biocide
IWC-89-07     true    Manganese/Aminophosphonic Acid Chemistry: a New Perspective on Coo
IWC-89-07D    false   Manganese/Aminophosphonic Acid Chemistry: a New Perspective on Coo
IWC-98-42     true    Marine Biofouling Control System for Heat Exchangers by Intermittent Ozo
IWC-98-42D    true    Marine Biofouling Control System for Heat Exchangers by Intermittent Ozo
IWC-78~21     true    Mathematical Models of Competitive Adsorption: Successes, Failures and
IWC-78~21D    true    Mathematical Models of Competitive Adsorption: Successes, Failures and
IWC-06-42     true    Maximizing Membrane Performance through Pretreatment Optimization
IWC-64~11     true    Measurement and Control of Corrosion in the Oak Ridge Research Reacto
IWC-06-39     true    Measurement of Iron Oxide Throw Associated with Start-ups and Cycling o
IWC-86-57     false   Measurement of Sodium in Boiler Feed Water: Calibration without Calibra
IWC-82-29     true    Measurement of Traces of Dissolved Oxygen in Radioactive Water
IWC-96-56     true    Measurements for Boiler Control: Conductivity, Cation Conductivity and pH
IWC-99-25     true    Mechanical Vapor Compression (MVC) Seawater Desalination for Industri
IWC-76~11     true    Mechanics of Handling Lime Slurries
IWC-76~11D    true    Mechanics of Handling Lime Slurries
IWC-89-51     true    Mechanism of Crud Removal by Deep Bed Resins
IWC-83-04     true    Mechanism of Scale Inhibition by Phosphonates
IWC-83-04D    true    Mechanism of Scale Inhibition by Phosphonates
IWC-89-33     true    Mechanisms of Action of Dimethylamides as a Penetrant/Dispersant in Co
IWC-89-33D    true    Mechanisms of Action of Dimethylamides as a Penetrant/Dispersant in Co
IWC-03-48     true    Meeting Semiconductor Fab Quality With Mobile Equipment
IWC-03-28D    true    Meeting Semiconductor Fab Quality With Mobile Equipment
IWC-96-13     true    Membrane and Element Selection in Reverse Osmosis Systems for Optim
IWC-96-13D    false   Membrane and Element Selection in Reverse Osmosis Systems for Optim
IWC-94-08     true    Membrane Filtration for the Removal of Iron and Manganese from Drinking
IWC-05-15     true    Membrane Filtration Improves Water Quality at Point Beach Nuclear Powe
IWC-05-15D    true    Membrane Filtration Improves Water Quality at Point Beach Nuclear Powe
IWC-05-15AC   true    Membrane Filtration Improves Water Quality at Point Beach Nuclear Powe
IWC-96-14     true    Membrane Separation - a Mature Technology
IWC-96-14D    true    Membrane Separation - a Mature Technology
IWC-03-06     true    Membrane Separation Technologies for Industrial Water Reuse
IWC-03-06D    true    Membrane Separation Technologies for Industrial Water Reuse
IWC-02-34     true    Membranes Operational Warning Signs, Troubleshooting, and Cleaning
IWC-05-74     true    Membrane Technologies for Wastewater Reuse Applications
IWC-06-47     true    Mercury Separation from Flue Gas Scrub Water with TMT 15
IWC-08-30     true    Mercury Treatment in Flue Gas Desulfurization Wastewater Development
IWC-53~5      true    Metal Failures Encountered in the Water Treatment Industry
IWC-54~9      true    Metal Finishing Wastes
IWC-03-30     true    Metallurgical Examination of Cooling Water Equipment Failures
IWC-06-35     true    Metal Removal and Recovery from Process Solutions using Short Bed Ion
IWC-06-35D    true    Metal Removal and Recovery from Process Solutions using Short Bed Ion
IWC-47~6      false   Method of Oxygen Determination in Boiler Feed Water
IWC-69~10     true    Methods and Applications of Condensate Treatment Plants in European P
IWC-93-04     true    MIC Met the Masters - or - the Detection, Monitoring, and Remediation of
IWC-93-04D    true    MIC Met the Masters - or - the Detection, Monitoring, and Remediation of
IWC-98-24      true    MIC Mitigation in Service Water Systems: Case Histories
IWC-96-69      true    MIC Monitoring of Recirculating Cooling Water Systems: Relationship betw
IWC-97-52      true    Microbially-Influenced Corrosion in Stainless Steel Tubing: a Case History
IWC-78~12      true    Microbiological Control in Process Contaminated Cooling Systems
IWC-00-01      true    Microbiological Control in Process Cooling Water Systems: An Overview
IWC-97-53      true    MicrobiologIcally Influenced Corrosion of Stainless Steels by Water used f
IWC-97-53D     true    MicrobiologIcally Influenced Corrosion of Stainless Steels by Water used f
IWC-87-05      true    Microchemistry of Corrosion: Failure Analysis Using Modern Electron-Bea
IWC-86-42      true    Microcomputer Code for Power Plant Water Management
IWC-86-42D     true    Microcomputer Code for Power Plant Water Management
IWC-97-20      true    Microfiltration of Title 22 Water with Ceramic Membranes as Pretreatment
IWC-05-75      true    Microfiltration Performance Enhancement Using an Air-Scour, Air-Assisted
IWC-05-75D     true    Microfiltration Performance Enhancement Using an Air-Scour, Air-Assisted
IWC-05-75AC    true    Microfiltration Performance Enhancement Using an Air-Scour, Air-Assisted
IWC-03-18      true    Microfiltration System Treats Secondary Sewage at Eraring Power Station
IWC-03-18D     true    Microfiltration System Treats Secondary Sewage at Eraring Power Station
IWC-97-78      true    Microfiltration Technology - the Next Generation
IWC-93-60      false   Microprocessor-Based Amperometric Analyzer Enables Parts per Billion C
IWC-90-47      true    Microprocessor Based Cooling Tower Controls - an Overview
IWC-90-47D     true    Microprocessor Based Cooling Tower Controls - an Overview
IWC-02-41      true    Microsand-Ballasted Clarification Technology Provides Recycled Water fo
IWC-40~9       false   Milwaukee's Water Purification Plant
IWC-96-47      true    Minimizing the Economic Impact of Organics on Ion Exchange Systems
IWC-96-63      true    Mixed Bed Capacity at Condensate Conditions
IWC-96-63D     true    Mixed Bed Capacity at Condensate Conditions
IWC-96-63AC    true    Mixed Bed Capacity at Condensate Conditions
IWC-53~3       true    Mixed Bed Deionization
IWC-56~5       true    Mixed Bed Demineralizer Operations
IWC-06-46      true    Mixed Bed Resin Storage
IWC-00-11      true    Mixed-Oxidant Application in Cooling Tower Maintenance
IWC-00-11D     true    Mixed-Oxidant Application in Cooling Tower Maintenance
IWC-70~3       true    Mobile Pilot Plants for the Removal of Ammonia and Phosphates from Wa
IWC-04-04      true    Mobile Wastewater Treatment Helps Remediate Highly Concentrated Acid
IWC-04-04D     true    Mobile Wastewater Treatment Helps Remediate Highly Concentrated Acid
IWC-04-31      true    Modeling Leaching in Treated Wood Cooling Towers
IWC-04-31D     true    Modeling Leaching in Treated Wood Cooling Towers
IWC-80-33      true    Modeling the Effects of Condenser Inleakage on PWR Chemistry
IWC-97~S06FD   true    MODERN BUSINESS TRENDS
IWC-97~S06PD   true    MODERN BUSINESS TRENDS
IWC-03-04      true    Modernization Concepts; Utilizing Bayer Countercurrent Packed Bed Tech
IWC-03-04D     true    Modernization Concepts; Utilizing Bayer Countercurrent Packed Bed Tech
IWC-79~13      true    Molybdate Based Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-79~13D     true    Molybdate Based Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-87-12      true    Molybdate-Based Cooling Water Treatment: New Developments which Ex
IWC-92-39      true    Molybdate-Based Synergistic Compositions for Maximum Scale/Corrosion
IWC-89-19      true    Monitoring and Control of a Non-Hydrazine Reducing Agent
IWC-89-19D     true    Monitoring and Control of a Non-Hydrazine Reducing Agent
IWC-95-05      true    Monitoring and Control of Product Residuals in Cooling Water Applications
IWC-95-05D     true    Monitoring and Control of Product Residuals in Cooling Water Applications
IWC-89-31      true    Monitoring Condensate Polisher Operation Using Conductivity (Specific, C
IWC-89-31D     true    Monitoring Condensate Polisher Operation Using Conductivity (Specific, C
IWC-89-31AC    true    Monitoring Condensate Polisher Operation Using Conductivity (Specific, C
IWC-83-35     true    Monitoring, Containment, and Treatment of Groundwater: Introduction and
IWC-86-28     true    Monitoring of Morpholine and its Decomposition Products at Beaver Valley
IWC-86-28D    true    Monitoring of Morpholine and its Decomposition Products at Beaver Valley
IWC-03-20     true    Monitoring of Organics Removal In High Purity Water Production From Re
IWC-95-26     true    Monitoring of Superheater and Reheater Exfoliation and Steam Blow
IWC-95-26D    true    Monitoring of Superheater and Reheater Exfoliation and Steam Blow
IWC-95-26AC   true    Monitoring of Superheater and Reheater Exfoliation and Steam Blow
IWC-43~4      true    More Information Concerning Corrosion in Steam Heating Systems
IWC-40~8      false   Morse Filter Plant at the Irvin Works of the Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corpora
IWC-67~19     true    Moving Bed Filter for the Treatment of Secondary Sewage Effluents and In
IWC-06-05     true    Multi-Parameter Analytical "Fingerprinting" For The Identification of Water
IWC-06-05D    true    Multi-Parameter Analytical "Fingerprinting" For The Identification of Water
IWC-40~10     false   Municipal & Industrial Automatic Zeolite Water Softening
IWC-03-38     true    Nanofiltration Followed by Reverse Osmosis of Cooling Water Blowdown t
IWC-03-38D    true    Nanofiltration Followed by Reverse Osmosis of Cooling Water Blowdown t
IWC-08-73     true    Navajo Generating Station – 25 Years of Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD)
IWC-08-73D    true    Navajo Generating Station – 25 Years of Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD)
IWC-40~13     false   Necessity for Boiler Practices
IWC-81-46     true    Neutralizing Return Line Corrosion Inhibitor with a Volatile Oxygen Scaven
IWC-91-49     true    Neutral pH Process for On-Line Cleaning and Passivation of Hot and Chill
IWC-91-49D    true    Neutral pH Process for On-Line Cleaning and Passivation of Hot and Chill
IWC-02-42     true    New Analytical Technique Promotes Elimination of Silica in Feed, Steam a
IWC-02-02     true    New And Emerging Technologies for Legionella Control: A Multi-Step App
IWC-02-02D    true    New And Emerging Technologies for Legionella Control: A Multi-Step App
IWC-82-02     true    New Approach of Resin Separation in Condensate Polisher Application
IWC-82-02D    true    New Approach of Resin Separation in Condensate Polisher Application
IWC-97-40     true    New Calcium Carbonate Scale Inhibitors: Understanding Complexation Co
IWC-97-40D    true    New Calcium Carbonate Scale Inhibitors: Understanding Complexation Co
IWC-94-25     true    New Chelating Resin for Waste Recovery and Pollution Control
IWC-96-49     true    New Chemical Method for Improving Cooling Tower Thermal Capability
IWC-96-49D    true    New Chemical Method for Improving Cooling Tower Thermal Capability
IWC-93-02     true    New Condensate Filters Reduce Plant Restart Time after Outages
IWC-93-02D    false   New Condensate Filters Reduce Plant Restart Time after Outages
IWC-86-52     true    New Condensate Monitoring Techniques
IWC-93-62     true    New Corrosion Inhibitor Technology for Use in Calcium Chloride Brine Sys
IWC-64~13     true    New Developments
IWC-73~11     true    New Developments in Counter-Current Fixed Bed Ion Exchange
IWC-01-22     true    New EDI Application: Feed from Brine Concentrator Distillate
IWC-91-20     false   New Electrode Pair for Measurement of Parts Per Trillion Sodium Ion in H
IWC-06-48     true    New European Regulatory Requirements Drive Stringent FGD Purge Wate
IWC-89-58     true    New High Rate Filter
IWC-89-58D    true    New High Rate Filter
IWC-89-58AC   true    New High Rate Filter
IWC-94-10     true    New High Resolution Instruments for Monitoring Corrosion Rates in the W
IWC-94-10D    true    New High Resolution Instruments for Monitoring Corrosion Rates in the W
IWC-90-39     true    New High Velocity Spiral Wound MF-UF-RO Element Design Constructed
IWC-01-02     true    New Ion Exchange Resin Designs and Regeneration Procedures Yield Im
IWC-01-02D    true    New Ion Exchange Resin Designs and Regeneration Procedures Yield Im
IWC-70~6      true    New Ion Exchange Systems for Treating Municipal, Domestic and Industri
IWC-95-31     true    New Life for Ion Exchange Demineralization: Amberpack™ Packed~Bed C
IWC-88-37     true    New Lower Cost Method for Treating Acid Mine Drainage-A Case History:
IWC-88-37D    true    New Lower Cost Method for Treating Acid Mine Drainage-A Case History:
IWC-71~16     true    New Nitrogen-Containing Organic Non-Chromate Corrosion Inhibitors
IWC-92-31     true    New Non-Hazardous Chemical Deoxygenation Process Successfully Emp
IWC-95-12     true    New Non-Phosphorus Calcium Carbonate Inhibitor Reduces Phosphorus
IWC-95-12D    true    New Non-Phosphorus Calcium Carbonate Inhibitor Reduces Phosphorus
IWC-05-28     true    New Oxygen Scavenger Amine Based For Boiler Feedwater Treatment
IWC-05-60     true    New Paradigm For Plant Cycle Chemistry Requirements
IWC-91-07     true    New Pitting Corrosion Inhibitor for 90/10 Cu/Ni in Cooling Tower Service W
IWC-49~9      true    New Polar Film Treatment for the Control of Return Line Corrosion
IWC-06-44     true    New Procedure for Removing Organic Foulilng from Anion Resins
IWC-03-27     true    New Process For Reusing Produced Wastewater
IWC-57~1      true    New Reins for an Old Horse {Contact Softening}
IWC-76~16     true    New Requirements for Ion Exchange in Condensate Polishing
IWC-76~16D    true    New Requirements for Ion Exchange in Condensate Polishing
IWC-76~16AC   true    New Requirements for Ion Exchange in Condensate Polishing
IWC-01-35     true    New Reverse Osmosis System Design Accomplishes Zero-Liquid Dischar
IWC-01-35D    true    New Reverse Osmosis System Design Accomplishes Zero-Liquid Dischar
IWC-92-28     true    New RO Pretreatment Techniques for Difficult Waters
IWC-03-23     true    New Stable Biodegradable Scale Inhibitor Formulations For Cooling Wate
IWC-76~05     true    New Technology for the Recovery of Chromates from Cooling Tower Blow
IWC-76~05D    true    New Technology for the Recovery of Chromates from Cooling Tower Blow
IWC-87-36     true    New Technology in the Softening of "Produced Water" in Enhanced Oil Re
IWC-93-44     false   New Total Organic Carbon Analyzer
IWC-73~20     true    New Trends in Boiler Scale Control
IWC-99-80     true    New Zero Liquid Discharge Strategy — Boiler Makeup from Cooling Towe
IWC-99-06     true    Nine Mile Point Unit Two and Zebra Mussels — A Retrospective
IWC-73~18     true    Nitrate Removal from Municipal Well Water
IWC-80-51     true    Nitrificat1on Block for Closed Systems
IWC-65~13     true    Non-Aggressive Cleaning Procedures
IWC-04-22     true    Non-Chemical Devices: Thirty Years of Myth Busting
IWC-04-22D    true    Non-Chemical Devices: Thirty Years of Myth Busting
IWC-02-46     true    Non-chemical Water Treatment Systems: Histories, Principles and Literatu
IWC-02-46D    true    Non-chemical Water Treatment Systems: Histories, Principles and Literatu
IWC-01-52     false   Non-Chemical Water Treatment To Prevent Fouling
IWC-56~9      true    Non-Destructive Thickness Measurements of Boiler Deposits
IWC-91~00     false   None
IWC-92~00     false   None
IWC-93~00     false   None
IWC-03~00     false   None
IWC-04~00     false   None
IWC-06~00     false   None
IWC-07~00     false   None
IWC-99-65     true    Novel Amphoteric Ion Exchange Resin and Its Chromatographic Separatio
IWC-93-43     true    Novel Anion Exchange Resins Synthesis and Characteristics
IWC-96-48     true    Novel Anion Exchange Resins with Thermal and Chemical Stability
IWC-96-48D    true    Novel Anion Exchange Resins with Thermal and Chemical Stability
IWC-08-08     true    Novel Electrodeionization Devices: Applications in Inorganic Analysis
IWC-08-08D    true    Novel Electrodeionization Devices: Applications in Inorganic Analysis
IWC-95-07     true    Novel Monitoring and Control Technology in Cooling Water Systems at Tw
IWC-00-18     true    Nuclear Plant Steam Generator Deposit Management
IWC-07-57     true    Nuclear Power Plant Cooling System Performance Improvement through R
IWC-07-57AC   true    Nuclear Power Plant Cooling System Performance Improvement through R
IWC-07-57D    true    Nuclear Power Plant Cooling System Performance Improvement through R
IWC-00-04     true   Off Site Condensate Resin Regeneration by Service Contract
IWC-00-04D    true   Off Site Condensate Resin Regeneration by Service Contract
IWC-54~7      true   Oil Refinery Wastes
IWC-94-27     true   Oil Spill Protection of Water Intakes
IWC-08-63     true   Oil / Water Separation Techniques Applied to Circular Designs
IWC-44~4      true   Once-Through and Recirculating Cooling Water Studies
IWC-88-62     true   On-Line Analysis of Anions and Cations by Ion Chromatography using Gra
IWC-86-12     true   On-Line Analysis of Fluoride, Acetate, Formate, Chloride, Carbonate, and
IWC-86-12D    true   On-Line Analysis of Fluoride, Acetate, Formate, Chloride, Carbonate, and
IWC-06-08     true   On-Line Analysis of Water Treatment Programs
IWC-06-08D    true   On-Line Analysis of Water Treatment Programs
IWC-88-42     true   On-Line Chemistry Diagnostics
IWC-88-42D    true   On-Line Chemistry Diagnostics
IWC-88-42AC   true   On-Line Chemistry Diagnostics
IWC-94-54     true   On-Line Diagnos1s of Turbine Deposits and First Condensate
IWC-01-27     true   On-Line Improvement of High Pressure Steam System Efficiency
IWC-01-27D    true   On-Line Improvement of High Pressure Steam System Efficiency
IWC-06-31     true   Online Ion Chromatography to Monitor Boiler Water Chemistry
IWC-93-45     true   On-Line Monitoring of Boiler Water Polymer Dispersants
IWC-94-63     true   On-Line Monitoring of Extended Phosphate Programs in Cooling Water Sy
IWC-94-52     true   On-Line Monitoring of Total Organic Carbon in Power Plants
IWC-94-52D    true   On-Line Monitoring of Total Organic Carbon in Power Plants
IWC-00-48     true   On-Line PPB-Level Detection of Carbohydrazide for Power Production
IWC-00-48D    true   On-Line PPB-Level Detection of Carbohydrazide for Power Production
IWC-88-13     true   On-Line, Real-Time Expert System for Cooling Water
IWC-88-13D    true   On-Line, Real-Time Expert System for Cooling Water
IWC-05-59     true   On-line Strategy for Removing Copper Depositions in Turbines
IWC-78~09     true   On-Line Use of Ion Selective Electrodes
IWC-78~09D    true   On-Line Use of Ion Selective Electrodes
IWC-89-47     true   On-Line Water Chemistry Monitoring at Two Fossil Fired ENEL Power Pla
IWC-89-47D    true   On-Line Water Chemistry Monitoring at Two Fossil Fired ENEL Power Pla
IWC-89-47AC   true   On-Line Water Chemistry Monitoring at Two Fossil Fired ENEL Power Pla
IWC-04-21     true   On-Site Chlorine Dioxide: A Review of Uses, Safety, and New Processes
IWC-04-21D    true   On-Site Chlorine Dioxide: A Review of Uses, Safety, and New Processes
IWC-89-30     true   On-Site Condensate Monitoring-A Tool for Determining the Effectiveness
IWC-89-30D    true   On-Site Condensate Monitoring-A Tool for Determining the Effectiveness
IWC-89-30AC   true   On-Site Condensate Monitoring-A Tool for Determining the Effectiveness
IWC-87-33     true   On-Site Generation of Acid and Base with Bipolar Membranes: a New Alte
IWC-95-48     true   On-Site Generation of Hypochlorite for Shock Treatment
IWC-95-48D    true   On-Site Generation of Hypochlorite for Shock Treatment
IWC-87-14     true   On-Site Pilot Plant Study for Verification and Optimization of Cooling Wate
IWC-77~15     true   On-Site Pilot Tests of a SALA HGMF Magnetic Filter at New England Pow
IWC-77~15D    true   On-Site Pilot Tests of a SALA HGMF Magnetic Filter at New England Pow
IWC-77~15AC   true   On-Site Pilot Tests of a SALA HGMF Magnetic Filter at New England Pow
IWC-85-34     true   On Stream Iron Removal in Cooling Systems
IWC-85-34D    true   On Stream Iron Removal in Cooling Systems
IWC-78~11     true   Open Recirculating Cooling Water Treatment - Theory and Application
IWC-61~9      true   Operating Data on High Flow Rate Condensate Polishing Without Filters
IWC-01-14     true   Operating Efficiency of a New 7.3 Million Gallon Freshwater Treatment Pla
IWC-89-40     true   Operating Experience at a Nuclear Power Plant using Deep Bed Cation Fi
IWC-89-40D    true   Operating Experience at a Nuclear Power Plant using Deep Bed Cation Fi
IWC-94-19     true   Operating Experience at Plant Bowen with an RO System Retrofit Treating
IWC-94-19D    true    Operating Experience at Plant Bowen with an RO System Retrofit Treating
IWC-86-51     true    Operating Experience in Correcting Severe Secondary Chemistry Upsets b
IWC-77~11     true    Operating Experience of a Deep-Bed Condensate Polishing System
IWC-77~11D    true    Operating Experience of a Deep-Bed Condensate Polishing System
IWC-91-11     true    Operating Experience of a Full Size Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Plant for Silic
IWC-91-11D    true    Operating Experience of a Full Size Reverse Osmosis (R.O.) Plant for Silic
IWC-05-69     true    Operating Experience on The Treatment on FGD Scrubber Blowdown from
IWC-63~6      true    Operating Experiences at Louisville Gas and Electric Co. Paddys Run Sta
IWC-81-04     true    Operating Experiences on a Reverse Osmosis Plant Converting Sea Wate
IWC-81-04D    true    Operating Experiences on a Reverse Osmosis Plant Converting Sea Wate
IWC-76~02     true    Operating Experiences with 800 GPM Membrane Process Pretreatment S
IWC-76~02D    true    Operating Experiences with 800 GPM Membrane Process Pretreatment S
IWC-43~6      true    Operating Experiences with Accelerator Softeners and Clarifiers
IWC-95-01     true    Operating Experiences with a New Organic Trap Resin
IWC-95-01D    true    Operating Experiences with a New Organic Trap Resin
IWC-58~13     true    Operating Experiences with Automatic Valveless Gravity Filters
IWC-77~24     true    Operating Experiences with a "Zero" Discharge Deionizer
IWC-77~24D    true    Operating Experiences with a "Zero" Discharge Deionizer
IWC-77~24AC   true    Operating Experiences with a "Zero" Discharge Deionizer
IWC-67~4      true    Operating Experiences with the Continuous Countercurrent C.I. Ion Excha
IWC-76~01     true    Operating Experiences with the Reverse Osmosis System at Harrison Pow
IWC-76~01D    true    Operating Experiences with the Reverse Osmosis System at Harrison Pow
IWC-78~35     true    Operating Experiences with two New Filter Precoat Materials
IWC-92-20     true    Operating Experiences with Type 2 Resins in Make Up Demineralizers
IWC-72~23     true    Operating Experience with a Fluidized Moving Bed Ion Exchange Loop
IWC-81-20     true    Operating Experience with a 'Tripol' Ammonia Cycle Condensate Polisher
IWC-81-20D    true    Operating Experience with a 'Tripol' Ammonia Cycle Condensate Polisher
IWC-78~29     true    OperatIng Experience with a Water Management System Designed for Ze
IWC-78~29D    true    OperatIng Experience with a Water Management System Designed for Ze
IWC-66~21     true    Operating Experience with Continuous Countercurrent Ion Exchange
IWC-68~2      true    Operating Experience with Continuous Ion Exchange Demineralization
IWC-72~3      true    Operating Experience with Electromagnetic Separators and Their Applicat
IWC-65~12     true    Operating Experience with NTA in a High Makeup Industrial Boiler
IWC-77~23     true    Operating Experience with Reverse Osmosis Demineralizing for Boiler Fee
IWC-77~23D    true    Operating Experience with Reverse Osmosis Demineralizing for Boiler Fee
IWC-81-03     true    Operating Experience with Six Large Reverse Osmosis Plants
IWC-81-03D    true    Operating Experience with Six Large Reverse Osmosis Plants
IWC-85-11     true    Operating Experience with the Detection of Utility Boiler Water Quality Pro
IWC-85-11D    true    Operating Experience with the Detection of Utility Boiler Water Quality Pro
IWC-79~41     true    Operating Experience with Triobed in the Production of Ultra High Purity W
IWC-03-11     true    Operating Guidelines for HRSG Cycle Chemistry - Status Report on the H
IWC-95-20     true    Operating Practices for the Control of Industrial Boiler Water Chemistry; a
IWC-47~10     false   Operating Results at Silica Removal Installations
IWC-49~7      true    Operating Results from Resinous Zeolite Installations
IWC-63~2      true    Operating the First Struthers-Umano Freeze Desalination Plant in the Unit
IWC-02-53     true    Operating To Prevent Feedwater Contamination
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IWC-92-37     false   Operational Experiences at the Catalina Seawater RO Plant
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IWC-97-46      true    Optimization of Chemical Treatment Programs for the High Cycle Operatio
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IWC-98~S04PD   true    Panel Discussion: The New Paradigm for Water Management: What is the
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IWC-73~16     true    Pilot Plant Test Results of a Low Cost Ion Exchange Process for Municipa
IWC-88-59     true    Pilot Scale Evaluation of Changing a Demineralizer Train Configuration
IWC-80-37     true    Pilot Scale Evaluation of Strong Base Anion Resins with Syncrude Canada
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IWC-77~34      true    Priority Pollutants - Present Status
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IWC-68~18      true    Problems in the Production and Handling of Ultra Pure Water
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IWC-96-05      true    Problem-Solving Tools for Improved Performance of Treatment Programs
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IWC-51~9      true    Procedures for Chemical Cleaning of Boilers
IWC-84-15     true    Process and Control Modifications of a Make-Up Demineralizer System
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IWC-04-47     true    Process and System Design for Reliable Operation of RO/CEDI Systems
IWC-02-59     true    Process for Cleaning and Self-Passivation of Surfaces Fouled with Iron Ox
IWC-03-39     true    Process Selection for Power Plant ZLD Systems
IWC-03-39D    true    Process Selection for Power Plant ZLD Systems
IWC-03-39AC   true    Process Selection for Power Plant ZLD Systems
IWC-07-67     true    Produced Water and High Salinity Water Treatment at SAGD Facilities
IWC-08-35     true    Profiling and Minimization of WAC (weak acid cation) and SAC (strong aci
IWC-08-35D    true    Profiling and Minimization of WAC (weak acid cation) and SAC (strong aci
IWC-80-04     true    Programmable Logic Controllers - Experience with a Large Makeup Demin
IWC-67~10     true    Progress in Layered-Bed Cation Exchange
IWC-22~19     true    Progress in Pennsylvania‘s Pollution Incident Prevention Program
IWC-40~12     false   Progress in the Conditioning of Water for Steam Boilers
IWC-84-42     true    Progress in the Detection and Elimination of Powdered Resin Leakage fro
IWC-85-22     true    Progress in the Removal of Organics Present in Utility Water Systems
IWC-48~8      true    Progress in the Treatment of Pulp and Paper Mill Waste
IWC-70~23     true    Progressive Mode Continuous Countercurrent Ion Exchange
IWC-71~13     true    Progress Report: 60 GPM Demineralized Water System
IWC-64~14     true    Progress Report of Research and Development
IWC-94-12     true    Progress Report on a Novel, On-Line Condenser Fouling Monitor
IWC-90-48     true    Project Discovery-Entergy Operations' Program for Evaluating Water Trea
IWC-90-48D    true    Project Discovery-Entergy Operations' Program for Evaluating Water Trea
IWC-90-48AC   true    Project Discovery-Entergy Operations' Program for Evaluating Water Trea
IWC-02-37     true    Propagation of Rainbow Trout in Treated Mine Water at the Warwick Proje
IWC-02-62     true    Proper Initial Passivation of Cooling Water Heat Exchangers – Is This A L
IWC-79~25     true    Proper Maintenance of Ion Exchange Systems
IWC-48~3      true    Properties and Applications of the Newer Type Zeolites
IWC-97-01     true    Pros & Cons of Various Counter-Current Technologies
IWC-97-03     true    Pros & Cons of Various Counter-Current Technologies
IWC-97-03D    true    Pros & Cons of Various Counter-Current Technologies
IWC-42~4      true    Protection Against Caustic Embrittlement by Coordinated Phosphate pH C
IWC-01-29     false   Protozoa - Accomplices in Legionnaires' Disease?
IWC-05-13     true    Providing Water to the People of Sadr City, Iraq
IWC-08-49     true    Puckorius Scaling Index as Applied to Dolphin (Pulsed Power) Non-chemi
IWC-08-49D    true    Puckorius Scaling Index as Applied to Dolphin (Pulsed Power) Non-chemi
IWC-54~8      true    Pulp and Paper Mill Wastes
IWC-00-57     false   Purification and Reuse of Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent for Industr
IWC-07-43     true    Pushing the Limits: New Reverse Osmosis Membrane Cleaning Recomm
IWC-07-43D    true    Pushing the Limits: New Reverse Osmosis Membrane Cleaning Recomm
IWC-94-38     true    PWR Reactor Coolant System Chemical Degassing Operating Experience
IWC-94-38D    true    PWR Reactor Coolant System Chemical Degassing Operating Experience
IWC-85-39     true    PWR Secondary System Water Chemistry Guidelines and their Applicatio
IWC-82-14     true    PWR Secondary Water Chemistry Guidelines - An Overview
IWC-84-113    true    PWR Secondary Water Chemistry Guidelines: Revision 1
IWC-82-11     true    PWR Steam Generator Replacement at Surry 2: Pre- and Post-Operationa
IWC-00-21     true    Quad Polymer Technology - Advances and Benefits for High Alkaline / Hig
IWC-00-21D    true    Quad Polymer Technology - Advances and Benefits for High Alkaline / Hig
IWC-84-09     true    Qualification of Analytical Methods for Monitoring Steam Electric Power Pl
IWC-67~15     true    Quality Assurance and Chemical Cleaning
IWC-54~12     true    Quality Requirements and Sources of Water Supplies to the Units {Ion Exc
IWC-88-02     true    Quantitation of Legionella Pneumophila in One Thousand Commercial and
IWC-88-02D    true    Quantitation of Legionella Pneumophila in One Thousand Commercial and
IWC-88-02AC   true    Quantitation of Legionella Pneumophila in One Thousand Commercial and
IWC-85-23     true    Radwaste Ion-Exchange Optimization
IWC-41~9      true    Ramifications of the Hot Process Methods of Water Conditioning
IWC-86-38     true    Rapid Biocide Selection
IWC-96-09     true    Rapid Biocide Selection with a New Fuel Cell Type Microbial Electrode Sys
IWC-75~17     true    Rapid Determination of Trace Iron and Copper in Boiler Water Systems by
IWC-86-40     true    Rapid Evaluation of Corrosion Inhibitors
IWC-06-04     true    Rapid Legionella and Biofilm Identification by DNA
IWC-88-57     true    Real Time Control of Scale Inhibitor Feed Rate
IWC-53~16     true    Recent Advances in Chemical Cleaning
IWC-82-45     true    Recent Developments and Field Experiences with Solids Contact Clarifiers
IWC-48~12     true    Recent Developments in Chlorination and Equipment of Power Plants
IWC-64~20     true    Recent Developments in Ion Exchange Resins
IWC-42~2      true    Recent Developments in Underwater Paints and Coatings
IWC-93-59     true    Recent Experience in Controlling Silica and Magnesium Silicate Deposits w
IWC-44~2      true    Recent Experiences in Demineralizing Water
IWC-76~20     true    Recent Experience with a New Thermally Regenerable Ion Exchange Res
IWC-93-12     true    Recent Improvements in Condensate Polishing Resins
IWC-93-12D    true    Recent Improvements in Condensate Polishing Resins
IWC-91-54     true    Recent Improvements in Deep Bed Separation Technology
IWC-91-54D    true    Recent Improvements in Deep Bed Separation Technology
IWC-65~19     true    Recent Studies on the Removal of Organics from Water
IWC-08-18     true    Reclaimed Water Use as Cooling Tower Makeup - The Ongoing Challeng
IWC-08-18D    true    Reclaimed Water Use as Cooling Tower Makeup - The Ongoing Challeng
IWC-07-71     true    Reclaiming Cooling Tower Blowdown - A Case Study at Sasol Synfuels
IWC-64~6      true    Recovery and Reuse of Chromates from Cooling Tower Blowdown
IWC-60~11     true    Recovery and Treatment of Metal-Finishing Wastes by Ion-Exchange Proc
IWC-79~10     true    Recovery of Backwash Water from a Precoat Demineralizer
IWC-79~10D    true    Recovery of Backwash Water from a Precoat Demineralizer
IWC-97-23     true    Recovery of Reverse Osmosis Brine at GM De Mexico Ramos Arizpe Com
IWC-99-34     true    Recovery of Reverse Osmosis Brine at GM de Mexico Ramos Arizpe Com
IWC-95-22     true    Recovery of Water and Energy in Condensates from Rubber Vulcanization
IWC-95-22D    false   Recovery of Water and Energy in Condensates from Rubber Vulcanization
IWC-00-35     true    Redefining Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-88-05     true    Reducing Chlorides and Sulfates by Ultrafiltration
IWC-88-05D    true    Reducing Chlorides and Sulfates by Ultrafiltration
IWC-88-05AC   true    Reducing Chlorides and Sulfates by Ultrafiltration
IWC-99-24     true    Reducing RO Operating Costs with Automated Monitoring Technology
IWC-98-08     true    Reducing the Fouling Rate of Surface and Waste Water RO Systems
IWC-98-08D    true    Reducing the Fouling Rate of Surface and Waste Water RO Systems
IWC-01-51     true    Reducing Ultrapure Water Use in Manufacturing
IWC-84-71     true    Reduction of Condensate Cleanup Time for Supercritical Units
IWC-84-93     true    Reduction of oxygen with Hydrogen at Ambient Temperature Using Lewat
IWC-84-93D    true    Reduction of oxygen with Hydrogen at Ambient Temperature Using Lewat
IWC-71~18     true    Reduction of the Regenerating Chemical Consumption by the Use of Conv
IWC-97-75     true    Reduction of TOC/THM Contaminants out of a UF-RO-EDI Membrane Sys
IWC-97-75D    true    Reduction of TOC/THM Contaminants out of a UF-RO-EDI Membrane Sys
IWC-57~10     true    Reduction of Water Losses by Retardation of Evaporation
IWC-05-11     true    Refurbishing Power Plant Water Treatment Equipment in Iraq
IWC-88-61     true    Regeneration of Anion Exchange Resins with Regular-Grade Diaphragm-C
IWC-93-40     true    Regeneration of a Weak Acid Cation Exchange Resin in the Counter-Curr
IWC-89-39     true    Regeneration of Condensate Polishing Mixed Bed Resins: a Review of 10
IWC-89-39D    true    Regeneration of Condensate Polishing Mixed Bed Resins: a Review of 10
IWC-89-39AC   true    Regeneration of Condensate Polishing Mixed Bed Resins: a Review of 10
IWC-97-27     true    Regulatory Issues in Condensate Treatment
IWC-97-27D    true    Regulatory Issues in Condensate Treatment
IWC-91-15     true    Remote Monitoring and Performance of Ultrapure Make-Up System at Sur
IWC-91-15D    true    Remote Monitoring and Performance of Ultrapure Make-Up System at Sur
IWC-91-15AC   true    Remote Monitoring and Performance of Ultrapure Make-Up System at Sur
IWC-57~8      true    Remote Thermal Detection Techniques
IWC-89-21     true    Removal and Treatment of Dissolved and Floating Organic Compounds in
IWC-89-21D    true    Removal and Treatment of Dissolved and Floating Organic Compounds in
IWC-89-21AC   true    Removal and Treatment of Dissolved and Floating Organic Compounds in
IWC-44~3      true    Removal of Ammonia by Chlorination
IWC-97-34     true    Removal of Ammonia from Wastewater using a Type of Natural Zeolite
IWC-83-02     true    Removal of Chlorinated Organics Utilizing Rotating Biological Contactors
IWC-51~14     true    Removal of Copper from Boilers
IWC-89-04     true    Removal of Copper from Utility Boilers Utilizing an Environmentally Accept
IWC-89-04D    true    Removal of Copper from Utility Boilers Utilizing an Environmentally Accept
IWC-89-04AC   true    Removal of Copper from Utility Boilers Utilizing an Environmentally Accept
IWC-61~10     true    Removal of Dissolved Oxygen from Water - Laboratory Evaluation of Vario
IWC-94-46     true    Removal of Dissolved Oxygen in Feedwater by High Efficiency Vacuum D
IWC-94-46D    true    Removal of Dissolved Oxygen in Feedwater by High Efficiency Vacuum D
IWC-82-22     true    Removal of High Levels of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons from Contaminated
IWC-82-22D    true    Removal of High Levels of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons from Contaminated
IWC-96-79     true    Removal of Naphthenic Acid from Tailings Pond Water via pH Adjustment
IWC-96-79D    true    Removal of Naphthenic Acid from Tailings Pond Water via pH Adjustment
IWC-52~13     true    Removal of Oil from Condensate by Diatomite Filtration
IWC-89-24     true    Removal of Organics by Reverse Osmosis
IWC-89-24D    true    Removal of Organics by Reverse Osmosis
IWC-89-24AC   true    Removal of Organics by Reverse Osmosis
IWC-85-01     true    Removal of Organics from Secondary Makeup Water
IWC-85-01D    true    Removal of Organics from Secondary Makeup Water
IWC-83-39     true    Removal of Organics from Utility and Industrial Waters
IWC-05-44     true    Removal of Recalcitrant Organic Compounds from Stabilized Landfill Leac
IWC-05-44D    true    Removal of Recalcitrant Organic Compounds from Stabilized Landfill Leac
IWC-99-31     true    Removal of Selenium from a Storm Water Runoff Pond
IWC-99-31D    true    Removal of Selenium from a Storm Water Runoff Pond
IWC-99-31AC   true    Removal of Selenium from a Storm Water Runoff Pond
IWC-47~2      false   Removal of Silica Deposits from Steam Turbines by Caustic Soda
IWC-40~15     false   Removal of Silica From Water by Adsorption
IWC-65~17     true    Removal of Soluble Organic and Insoluble Organic and Inorganic Material
IWC-88-36     true    Removal of Trace Elements from Power Plant Waste Streams by Iron Ads
IWC-88-36D    true    Removal of Trace Elements from Power Plant Waste Streams by Iron Ads
IWC-88-36AC   true    Removal of Trace Elements from Power Plant Waste Streams by Iron Ads
IWC-05-76     true    Removal of Weakly Ionized Species by Cross-Flow Spiral Wound EDI Mod
IWC-05-76D    true    Removal of Weakly Ionized Species by Cross-Flow Spiral Wound EDI Mod
IWC-98-32     true    Removal of Weakly Ionized Species by EDI
IWC-86-04     true    Renovation of Dilute Process Wastewaters: Mini-Pilot Plant Evaluation of a
IWC-86-04D    true    Renovation of Dilute Process Wastewaters: Mini-Pilot Plant Evaluation of a
IWC-02-20     true    Renovation or Replacement of Existing Makeup Water Treatment System
IWC-82-42     true    Replacing Multi-Stage Flash with Reverse Osmosis Desalination Plant for
IWC-59~15     true    Report on Field Wood Preservation Studies
IWC-88-26     true    Report on the Effects of Filter Aid Body Feed to Condensate Precoat Filter
IWC-99-79     true    Representative Sampling in the Steam Cycle of a Power Plant
IWC-99-79D    true    Representative Sampling in the Steam Cycle of a Power Plant
IWC-93-01     true    Resin Capacity under Operating Conditions at Diablo Canyon
IWC-93-01D    true    Resin Capacity under Operating Conditions at Diablo Canyon
IWC-93-01AC   true    Resin Capacity under Operating Conditions at Diablo Canyon
IWC-08-34     true    Resin Cleaning of SAC and WAC Resins in SAGD - Enhanced Oil Recove
IWC-71~9      true    Resin Evaluation for Removal of Radionuclides from PWR Steam Genera
IWC-59~8      true    Resistance of Aluminum Alloys to Stress Corrosion
IWC-02-56     true    Responding to Boiler Feedwater Contamination
IWC-88-27     true    Retrofitting Low Efficiency Demineralizers with New Internals pays Big Div
IWC-86-23     true    Retrofitting of Condenser Steam Spargers
IWC-86-23D    true    Retrofitting of Condenser Steam Spargers
IWC-85-50     true    Retrofitting the Water Chemistry Programs at Syncrude Canada, Ltd.
IWC-85-50D    true    Retrofitting the Water Chemistry Programs at Syncrude Canada, Ltd.
IWC-93-07     true    Re-Use of Reclaimed Municipal Waste Water as Cooling Tower Make-Up
IWC-02-39     true    Reuse of Secondary Effluent in Hawaii
IWC-67~16     true    Reuse of Water in Specific Plant Operations of the Armco Steel Corporatio
IWC-74~15     true    Reverse Osmosis at Homer City Station, Pennsylvania Electric Company,
IWC-01-32     true    Reverse Osmosis: Forward Thinking
IWC-01-32D    true    Reverse Osmosis: Forward Thinking
IWC-70~4      true    Reverse Osmosis for Water and Waste Treatment
IWC-94-05     true    Reverse Osmosis Membrane Element Fouling & Cleaning
IWC-94-05D    true    Reverse Osmosis Membrane Element Fouling & Cleaning
IWC-92-27     false   Reverse Osmosis Operation Analysis
IWC-04-39     true    Reverse Osmosis Operations
IWC-04-39D    true    Reverse Osmosis Operations
IWC-94-20     true    Reverse Osmosis Pretreatment of Boiler Feed Water for Cost Savings and
IWC-94-20D    true    Reverse Osmosis Pretreatment of Boiler Feed Water for Cost Savings and
IWC-00-25     true    Reverse Osmosis Pretreatment of High Silica Waters
IWC-98-07     true    Reverse Osmosis Process Chemistry
IWC-98-07D    true    Reverse Osmosis Process Chemistry
IWC-80-11     true    Reverse Osmosis System Desalts City Sewage Effluent to Provide Water
IWC-80-11D    true    Reverse Osmosis System Desalts City Sewage Effluent to Provide Water
IWC-06-40     true    Reverse Osmosis Troubleshooting: Improving RO Performance
IWC-06-40D    true    Reverse Osmosis Troubleshooting: Improving RO Performance
IWC-06-40AC   true    Reverse Osmosis Troubleshooting: Improving RO Performance
IWC-83-24     true    Reviewing the Usage of Applied-Fields in Industrial Water Treatment-Wha
IWC-83-24D    true    Reviewing the Usage of Applied-Fields in Industrial Water Treatment-Wha
IWC-96-29     true    Review of Advanced Methods for Treating Radioactive Contaminated Wat
IWC-96-29D    true    Review of Advanced Methods for Treating Radioactive Contaminated Wat
IWC-86-27     true    Review of Boiler Water Alkalinity Control
IWC-86-27D    true    Review of Boiler Water Alkalinity Control
IWC-07-47     true    Review Of Closed Water Systems - Treatment Schemes
IWC-96-70     true    Review of the Effects of Invertebrate Macrofouling on Microbiologically Infl
IWC-96-70D    true    Review of the Effects of Invertebrate Macrofouling on Microbiologically Infl
IWC-04-01     true    Risk Assessment: The Essential First Step in Legionellosis Risk Reduction
IWC-04-01D    true    Risk Assessment: The Essential First Step in Legionellosis Risk Reduction
IWC-04-46     true    Risk Mitigation by Managing Water Treatment System Interfaces in the Po
IWC-92-35     true    RO Concentrate Use Conserves Water - a Case History
IWC-41~4      true    Role of Bacteria in the Corrosion of Iron and Steel
IWC-66~16      true    Role of Chelating Agents in Boiler Corrosion
IWC-87-40      true    Role of Polymers in the Mechanisms and Performance of Phosphate-Base
IWC-87-40D     true    Role of Polymers in the Mechanisms and Performance of Phosphate-Base
IWC-97-29      true    RO Operating Cost Reduction through Pre-Treatment Improvement
IWC-97-29D     true    RO Operating Cost Reduction through Pre-Treatment Improvement
IWC-03-03      true    RO Pretreatment with Immersed Hollow Fiber Ultrafiltration
IWC-97-74      true    RO System Design for Surface Sources
IWC-97-74D     true    RO System Design for Surface Sources
IWC-92-36      true    RO Systems Troubleshooting: Diagnoses and Remedies
IWC-81-11      false   Rotary Kiln Incineration - Critical Design Features of a Successful Incinera
IWC-81-11D     true    Rotary Kiln Incineration - Critical Design Features of a Successful Incinera
IWC-58~14      true    Russian and Eastern European Water Treatment Practices
IWC-97-37      true    Rust Cleaning at Moderate pH
IWC-51~12      true    Safety During Chemical Cleaning Process
IWC-96-55      true    Sample Conditioning in the Industrial Power Plant
IWC-06-03      true    Sampling and Analyzing Environmental Samples for Legionella Bacteria
IWC-03-10      true    Sampling and Monitoring Of Feedwater and Boiler Water Chemistry
IWC-78~34      true    Sampling for Corrosion Products in High Pressure Boilers
IWC-06-20      true    Sand Ballasted High Rate Clarification Process for Treatment of Process W
IWC-06-20D     true    Sand Ballasted High Rate Clarification Process for Treatment of Process W
IWC-83-18      true    San Miguel: a Case for a Drum Boiler Condensate Polishing Retrofit
IWC-83-18D     true    San Miguel: a Case for a Drum Boiler Condensate Polishing Retrofit
IWC-80-09      true    Saving Energy by Catalytic Reduction of Oxygen in Feedwater
IWC-80-09D     true    Saving Energy by Catalytic Reduction of Oxygen in Feedwater
IWC-79~15      true    Scale and Corrosion Parameters at a Geothermal Loop Experimental Fac
IWC-79~15D     true    Scale and Corrosion Parameters at a Geothermal Loop Experimental Fac
IWC-78~10      true    Scale and Deposit Control in Cooling Water Systems
IWC-72~21      true    Scale Prevention by Coating Tubes in Evaporators
IWC-95-14      true    Scaling is a Production Process
IWC-95-14D     true    Scaling is a Production Process
IWC-95-14AC    true    Scaling is a Production Process
IWC-64~16      true    Scavenger Resins for Removal of Organics from Water
IWC-98-05      true    Screen Filtration Technology as Applied to Pretreatment of Reverse Osmo
IWC-89-34      true    Search for a Better Cooling Water Monitor
IWC-89-34D     true    Search for a Better Cooling Water Monitor
IWC-98-66      true    Seawater as an Industrial Water Supply Source: Economic Methods for Ra
IWC-99~S08PD   true    Seawater Desalination for Industrial Uses
IWC-87-49      true    Seawater Reverse Osmosis: Utility Plant Operating Experience
IWC-87-49D     true    Seawater Reverse Osmosis: Utility Plant Operating Experience
IWC-90-07      true    Secondary Effluent Provides Vital Source of Process Water for Waste to E
IWC-90-07D     true    Secondary Effluent Provides Vital Source of Process Water for Waste to E
IWC-72~17      true    Secondary Water Treatment of PWR Steam Generators
IWC-62~6       true    Selecting a Condensate Scavenging System for a Drum Type Boiler
IWC-88-52      true    Selection and Treatment of Priority Liquid Waste Streams on the Oak Ridg
IWC-96-51      true    Selection of a Scale Inhibitor of Calcium Carbonate using a Dynamic Test
IWC-55~10      true    Selection of the Coagulant
IWC-57~12      true    Selection of Tube Material Best Suited for Water Conditions
IWC-05-08      true    Selection of Zero Liquid Discharge System - Summary of Issues at a Powe
IWC-05-08D     true    Selection of Zero Liquid Discharge System - Summary of Issues at a Powe
IWC-07-15      false   Selective Ion Exchange Resins and Their Application for Target Contamin
IWC-07-15D     true    Selective Ion Exchange Resins and Their Application for Target Contamin
IWC-91-27      true    Selective Ion Exchange Resins for Toxic Metal Removal
IWC-70~17      true    Selective Removal of Zinc from Cooling-Tower Blowdown by Ion Exchang
IWC-97-59      true    Selective Removals of Arsenate, Chromate and Phosphate using a New C
IWC-90-30      true    Selective Sorbents for Water Purification in Nuclear Systems
IWC-05-73      true    Selenium Reduction Issues in a Coal Fired Power Plant
IWC-05-73D     true    Selenium Reduction Issues in a Coal Fired Power Plant
IWC-02-36      true    Self-Cleaning Filters for Pre -Treatment of Membrane and UV Water Trea
IWC-05-16      true    Sensitive Integrity Test for RO/NF Elements
IWC-05-16D     true    Sensitive Integrity Test for RO/NF Elements
IWC-89-20      true    Separation and Detection of Trace Level Cations and Organic Amines in P
IWC-89-20D     true    Separation and Detection of Trace Level Cations and Organic Amines in P
IWC-89-20AC    true    Separation and Detection of Trace Level Cations and Organic Amines in P
IWC-50~3       true    Separation of Oil-Water Waste
IWC-70~27      true    Seprex, A New Technique in Ammoniated Cycle Condensate Treatment
IWC-89-03      true    Service Water Iron Deposit Removal at Grand Gulf Nuclear
IWC-89-03D     true    Service Water Iron Deposit Removal at Grand Gulf Nuclear
IWC-89-03AC    true    Service Water Iron Deposit Removal at Grand Gulf Nuclear
IWC-01-11      true    Severe Organic Contamination in a Cooling Water System: a Successful C
IWC-57~11      true    Sewage Plant Effluent as an Industrial Water Supply
IWC-73~4       true    Sewage Plant Effluent as Cooling Tower Makeup - A Continuing Case His
IWC-84-18      true    Sewer Plant Effluent-A Usable Source of Cooling Tower Makeup for Powe
IWC-84-18D     true    Sewer Plant Effluent-A Usable Source of Cooling Tower Makeup for Powe
IWC-75~10      true    Shallow Bed Rapid Sand Filtration for Water and Wastewater
IWC-75~10D     true    Shallow Bed Rapid Sand Filtration for Water and Wastewater
IWC-75~10AC    true    Shallow Bed Rapid Sand Filtration for Water and Wastewater
IWC-01-16      true    Shallow Shell Resin Performance in the Deionization of Water
IWC-01-14D     true    Shallow Shell Resin Performance in the Deionization of Water
IWC-94-32      true    Short Bed Demineralizer Technology at Transalta Energy
IWC-94-32D     false   Short Bed Demineralizer Technology at Transalta Energy
IWC-05-33      true    Short-Bed Ion-Exchange Technologies for Kraft Pulp Mill System Closure
IWC-05-33D     true    Short-Bed Ion-Exchange Technologies for Kraft Pulp Mill System Closure
IWC-51~7       true    Should New Boilers Be Acid Cleaned?
IWC-86-14      true    Side-By-Side Comparison of Analytical Techniques: Organic Acids, Total O
IWC-86-14D     true    Side-By-Side Comparison of Analytical Techniques: Organic Acids, Total O
IWC-07-05      true    Side-By-Side Performance of Reverse Osmosis Elements Using Two Diffe
IWC-07-05D     true    Side-By-Side Performance of Reverse Osmosis Elements Using Two Diffe
IWC-08~S04PD   true    SIGNIFICANCE OF HYDROXIDE ALKALINITY CONTROL IN STEAM GE
IWC-86-49      true    Significant Silica Reduction in Cold Lime Process
IWC-86-49D     true    Significant Silica Reduction in Cold Lime Process
IWC-46~5       true    Silica Deposits in Steam Turbines Resulting from Softening of Makeup Th
IWC-08-12      true    Silica in Steam Generating Systems
IWC-05-40      true    Silica Polyamine Composites:Advanced Materials for Ion Recovery and Re
IWC-05-40D     true    Silica Polyamine Composites:Advanced Materials for Ion Recovery and Re
IWC-47~11      false   Silica Removal by an Improved Ion-Exchange Method
IWC-47~8       false   Silica Removal by Means of Ion Exchange Resins
IWC-51~17      true    Silica Removal Characteristics of Highly Basic Exchangers
IWC-85-37      true    Silica Removal in Lime-Soda Softeners
IWC-65~11      true    Silt Control Treatment in Cooling Water Systems
IWC-87-46      true    Simple and Rapid Methods for the Determination of Trace (ppb) Levels of
IWC-82-24      true    Simulation of PWR Primary Circuit in High Temperature Loops to Study th
IWC-06-51      true    Simultaneous Cleaning and Disinfection of Cooling Water Systems
IWC-06-51D     true    Simultaneous Cleaning and Disinfection of Cooling Water Systems
IWC-97-31      true    Simultaneous Removal of Silica and Boron from Produced Water by Chem
IWC-97-31D    true    Simultaneous Removal of Silica and Boron from Produced Water by Chem
IWC-08-22     true    Single-stage Vacuum Deaeration Technology for Achieving Low Dissolved
IWC-97-08     true    Sixteen Year Experience with Oxygenated Boiler Water Treatment in Kore
IWC-05-54     true    Sixteen Years of Resin Cleaning
IWC-05-54D    true    Sixteen Years of Resin Cleaning
IWC-99-61     true    Six Years of Short Bed Demineralization at the Ontario Health Sciences C
IWC-99-61D    true    Six Years of Short Bed Demineralization at the Ontario Health Sciences C
IWC-42~5      true    Slime Control in Cooling Equipment with Phenol Derivatives
IWC-81-34     true    Sloughage of Organic Material from Field Decrosslinked Sulfonic Acid Cat
IWC-70~1      true    Sludge Disposal Alternatives
IWC-78~36     true    Sludge Handling and Disposal from Throwaway Flue Gas Desulfurization S
IWC-75~01     true    Small-Scale Short-Term Methods of Evaluating Cooling Water Treatments
IWC-75~01D    true    Small-Scale Short-Term Methods of Evaluating Cooling Water Treatments
IWC-96-12     true    Sodium Chlorate based Generation of Chlorine Dioxide Yields Improved C
IWC-08-14     true    Sodium Hydroxide in Steam Turbines
IWC-75~16     true    Sodium Phosphate Solutions at Boiler Conditions: Solubility, Phase Equilib
IWC-75~16D    true    Sodium Phosphate Solutions at Boiler Conditions: Solubility, Phase Equilib
IWC-75~16AC   true    Sodium Phosphate Solutions at Boiler Conditions: Solubility, Phase Equilib
IWC-71~14     true    Sodium Recovery from a Pulp Mill Waste Effluent by Ion Exchange
IWC-00-40     true    Softening With Weak Acid Cation (WAC) Resin
IWC-05-39     true    Solar Based Distillation System for Domestic Application
IWC-08-40     true    Solid Chemical Programs for Scale and Corrosion Control in Cooling Wate
IWC-08-40D    true    Solid Chemical Programs for Scale and Corrosion Control in Cooling Wate
IWC-96-21     true    Solubility and Thermodynamics of Sodium Phosphate Reaction Products u
IWC-96-21D    true    Solubility and Thermodynamics of Sodium Phosphate Reaction Products u
IWC-42~3      true    Solubility of Salts in Steam at High Pressures
IWC-07-59     true    Solving a Problem of Microorganisms Growth in Cation Exchangers in Abu
IWC-07-59D    true    Solving a Problem of Microorganisms Growth in Cation Exchangers in Abu
IWC-05-26     true    Solving Tube Failures to Improve the Boilers Reliability of the Badak's LNG
IWC-05-26D    true    Solving Tube Failures to Improve the Boilers Reliability of the Badak's LNG
IWC-42~9      true    Some Applications of the Organic Ion Exchangers
IWC-43~9      true    Some Characteristics of Acid Regenerated Carbonaceous Zeolite
IWC-45~11     true    Some Fundamental~Factors and the Design and Operation of Ion Exchan
IWC-62~9      true    Some Operating Experiences with Continuous Regeneration of Manganes
IWC-73~14     true    Some Possible Effects on Aquatic Ecology of Waste Discharge from Powe
IWC-47~7      false   Some Practical Aspects of Deionization
IWC-81-15     true    Some Research Work on Water Treatment in Chinese Utility Plants
IWC-81-15D    true    Some Research Work on Water Treatment in Chinese Utility Plants
IWC-98-37     true    Sources of TOC in Deionized Water
IWC-98-37D    true    Sources of TOC in Deionized Water
IWC-68~7      true    Spacecraft Water Supply and Quality Management in the Apollo Program
IWC-68~21     true    Special Cooling Tower Applications - Unusual Services
IWC-58~5      true    Special Operating and Regenerating Techniques for Ion Exchange
IWC-99-29     true    Speciation of Weakly-Ionized Impurities in Electrodeionization
IWC-82-33     true    Specifications for Buying Ion Exchange Resins, a Necessity or a Nuisance
IWC-82-33D    true    Specifications for Buying Ion Exchange Resins, a Necessity or a Nuisance
IWC-99-76     false   Specific Conductivity Temperature Compensation
IWC-55~1      true    Spectrographic Analysis Concerning the Monitoring of Steam Quality
IWC-92-47     true    SPE - Enhanced Coordinated P04/pH Control Improves Boiler Operating R
IWC-82-05     true    Spiral Ultrafiltration: Effective and EconomIcal Pretreatment of Seawater fo
IWC-08-44     true    Squeezing a Few More Years of Life from a 30+ Year Old Packed Bed De
IWC-08-44D    true    Squeezing a Few More Years of Life from a 30+ Year Old Packed Bed De
IWC-01-25     true    Stability of Organic Boiler Internal Treatments in the Presence of Dissolve
IWC-01-25D    true    Stability of Organic Boiler Internal Treatments in the Presence of Dissolve
IWC-77~27     true    Stabilized Sludge Disposal Techniques
IWC-77~27D    true    Stabilized Sludge Disposal Techniques
IWC-80-35     true    Standardization of Methodology for Estimating the Organic Fouling of Ion E
IWC-86-25     true    Standby Boiler Protection via Novel Vapor Phase Inhibitor
IWC-86-25D    true    Standby Boiler Protection via Novel Vapor Phase Inhibitor
IWC-64~10     true    Standby Protection of High-Pressure Boilers
IWC-98-48     true    Start-Up and Operating Experience with a Large Upflow ―Packed Bed‖ De
IWC-96-24     true    Start-Up and Operation of a Large Zero Blowdown Petrochemical Comple
IWC-96-24D    true    Start-Up and Operation of a Large Zero Blowdown Petrochemical Comple
IWC-06-12     false   Start-up, Commissioning, and Operational Data From the World's First SA
IWC-87-31     true    Start-Up of a Coal Fired Power Plant‘s Wastewater Treatment Plant
IWC-69~23     true    Startup of Large Supercritical Boilers with Powdex
IWC-05-10     true    Startup of Multiple Water Treatment Plants & Operator Training in Souther
IWC-79~30PD   true    State Implementation
IWC-81-19     true    State-Of-The-Art Evaluation of Condensate Polisher Performance
IWC-81-19D    true    State-Of-The-Art Evaluation of Condensate Polisher Performance
IWC-83-07     true    State-Of-The-Art of the Electrodialysis Reversal (EDR) Process in 1983
IWC-83-07D    true    State-Of-The-Art of the Electrodialysis Reversal (EDR) Process in 1983
IWC-71~23     true    Static Mixer Technology in Water and Waste Treatment
IWC-89-14     true    Status of Corrosion Fatigue Failure Investigation in Drum Type Utility Boile
IWC-89-14D    true    Status of Corrosion Fatigue Failure Investigation in Drum Type Utility Boile
IWC-80-52     true    Status of Deep Bed Condensate Polishing - 1980
IWC-80-52D    true    Status of Deep Bed Condensate Polishing - 1980
IWC-80-52AC   true    Status of Deep Bed Condensate Polishing - 1980
IWC-98-20     true    Steam and Water Properties near the Critical Point
IWC-93-06     false   Steam Blow Cleaning of Superheaters and Reheaters to Remove Exfoliati
IWC-93-06D    false   Steam Blow Cleaning of Superheaters and Reheaters to Remove Exfoliati
IWC-96-06     true    Steam Chemistry and its Effects on Turbine Deposits and Corrosion
IWC-96-06D    true    Steam Chemistry and its Effects on Turbine Deposits and Corrosion
IWC-96-06AC   true    Steam Chemistry and its Effects on Turbine Deposits and Corrosion
IWC-93-51     true    Steam Chemistry and Turbine Corrosion - State of Knowledge
IWC-80-18     true    Steam/Condensate Chemical Maintenance and Control in Power Plant Op
IWC-80-18D    true    Steam/Condensate Chemical Maintenance and Control in Power Plant Op
IWC-90-57     true    Steam Cycle Passivation and Corrosion Protection in Boiler Systems
IWC-01-19     true    Steam Purity for Combustion Turbine Cooling: Requirements and Methods
IWC-88-18     true    Steam Purity for Industrial Steam Generators
IWC-88-17     true    Steam Purity for Industrial Turbines
IWC-88-17D    true    Steam Purity for Industrial Turbines
IWC-79~26     true    Steam Purity Monitoring for Turbine Corrosion Control: a Total Plant Surve
IWC-79~26D    true    Steam Purity Monitoring for Turbine Corrosion Control: a Total Plant Surve
IWC-79~26AC   true    Steam Purity Monitoring for Turbine Corrosion Control: a Total Plant Surve
IWC-53~15     true    Steam Purity Observations at Institutional Power Plants
IWC-88-16     true    Steam Purity Problems Encountered in Industrial Turbines
IWC-88-16D    true    Steam Purity Problems Encountered in Industrial Turbines
IWC-95-19     true    Steam Purity Recommendations for New Small Steam Turbines
IWC-95-19D    true    Steam Purity Recommendations for New Small Steam Turbines
IWC-56~7      true    Steam Quality Measurements by Flame Photometer
IWC-08-26     true    Steam Reboilers - The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
IWC-51~5      true    Steam Testing for Operating Control Can Be Simple
IWC-81-38     true    Steam Turbine Environment Monitoring with Metallurgical Specimens
IWC-81-38D    true    Steam Turbine Environment Monitoring with Metallurgical Specimens
IWC-54~5      true    Steel Mill and Coke By-Product Wastes
IWC-98-21     false   Steering Power Plants through The Midlife Crisis: A Challenge for Cycle C
IWC-08-64     true    Storage Tank Internal Floating Roofs Description and Selection Guidelines
IWC-08-64D    true    Storage Tank Internal Floating Roofs Description and Selection Guidelines
IWC-93-25     false   Stormwater Collection and Reuse
IWC-97-18     true    Strategic Alliances in the Industrial Water Treatment Market: Who's Winni
IWC-99-03     true    Strategic Sourcing Industrializing Municipal Trend
IWC-99-03D    false   Strategic Sourcing Industrializing Municipal Trend
IWC-02-01     true    Strategies For Effective Control Of Surface-Associated Microorganisms: A
IWC-91-38     true    Strategies for the Mitigation of MIC in Industrial Water Systems
IWC-59~10     true    Stress-Corrosion Cracking of Copper-Base Alloys
IWC-59~7      true    Stress Corrosion of Austenitic Stainless Steels
IWC-59~6      true    Stress Corrosion of Ferrous Materials (Other Than Austenitic Stainless Ste
IWC-59~9      true    Stress Corrosion of Nickel Alloys
IWC-07-16     true    Structural Design of Nanoporous Silica Polyamine Composites for Metal S
IWC-07-16D    true    Structural Design of Nanoporous Silica Polyamine Composites for Metal S
IWC-75~04     true    Studies in Weak Base Resin Performance Pay Off
IWC-75~04D    true    Studies in Weak Base Resin Performance Pay Off
IWC-75~04AC   true    Studies in Weak Base Resin Performance Pay Off
IWC-84-109    true    Studies of Two-Phase Erosion-Corrosion Using the C.E.G.B. Northwest R
IWC-84-109D   true    Studies of Two-Phase Erosion-Corrosion Using the C.E.G.B. Northwest R
IWC-94-35     true    Studies on the Effect of Polyphosphates on the Ion Exchange Process
IWC-92-41     true    Study of Corrosion Inhibitors for Open-Recirculating Cooling Tower System
IWC-62~7      true    Study of Operating Performance of a Large Demineralizer on Ohio River W
IWC-87-27     true    Study of the Chemical and Physical Characteristics of Crystal River Unit S
IWC-87-27D    true    Study of the Chemical and Physical Characteristics of Crystal River Unit S
IWC-87-11     true    Study on Attrition Osmotic Stability and Extractables of Various Ion Exchan
IWC-87-11D    true    Study on Attrition Osmotic Stability and Extractables of Various Ion Exchan
IWC-96-62     true    Study on Corrosion Products Removal in PWR Secondary Circuits
IWC-94-07     true    Study on Minimization of Chlorinated Organics in PWR Makeup Water
IWC-05-01     true    Study on Recycling Produced Water to Steam Generators and Its Field Ap
IWC-05-01D    true    Study on Recycling Produced Water to Steam Generators and Its Field Ap
IWC-92-24     true    Study on the Deterioration of Seawater Desalination RO Membrane and its
IWC-92-24AC   true    Study on the Deterioration of Seawater Desalination RO Membrane and its
IWC-92-24D    true    Study on the Deterioration of Seawater Desalination RO Membrane and its
IWC-06-26     true    Submerged Membrane Bioreactors for Water Reclamation
IWC-83-32     true    Subsurface Cut-Off Walls: Design Considerations in their Application to G
IWC-90-28     true    Successful Bromine Chloride Use in Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-96-50     true    Successful Cooling Water Treatment Technology at 200 times Calcite Sat
IWC-96-50D    true    Successful Cooling Water Treatment Technology at 200 times Calcite Sat
IWC-97-14     true    Successful Experience in Amberpack™ Packed Beds
IWC-97-14D    true    Successful Experience in Amberpack™ Packed Beds
IWC-96-26     true    Successful Operation of a Large Film-Fill Electric Utility Cooling Tower Sys
IWC-96-26D    true    Successful Operation of a Large Film-Fill Electric Utility Cooling Tower Sys
IWC-96-26AC   true    Successful Operation of a Large Film-Fill Electric Utility Cooling Tower Sys
IWC-84-02     true    Suggested Guidelines for Laying Up Idle Equipment in Cooling Systems
IWC-84-02D    true    Suggested Guidelines for Laying Up Idle Equipment in Cooling Systems
IWC-93-39     true    Sulfate/Bisulfate and Carbonate/Bicarbonate Operation with Strong Base I
IWC-93-39D    true    Sulfate/Bisulfate and Carbonate/Bicarbonate Operation with Strong Base I
IWC-93-39AC   true    Sulfate/Bisulfate and Carbonate/Bicarbonate Operation with Strong Base I
IWC-92-33     true    Sulfate Sloughage: a Fundamental Property of Sulfonic Acid Resins at Ele
IWC-84-21     true    Sulfite Degradation and Apparent Turbine Rotor Corrosion
IWC-78~27     true    Sulfonated Polymers and Scale Formation
IWC-78~27D    true    Sulfonated Polymers and Scale Formation
IWC-74~18     true    Summary of Pretreatment Technology for Reverse Osmosis
IWC-05-06     true    Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Extraction of Leachable Organics from IX Re
IWC-05-06D    true    Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Extraction of Leachable Organics from IX Re
IWC-95-50     true    Supercritical Water Oxidation of Aqueous Wastes
IWC-95-50D    false   Supercritical Water Oxidation of Aqueous Wastes
IWC-95-49     true    Supercritical Water Oxidation: Principles and Prospects
IWC-95-49D    false   Supercritical Water Oxidation: Principles and Prospects
IWC-91-08     true    Surface Analytical Investigation of Triazole Inhibitor Layers on Brass
IWC-73~8      true    Survey of Steam Turbine Deposits
IWC-97-13     true    Suspended Solids Removal for Counter-Current Ion Exchange Systems
IWC-97-13D    true    Suspended Solids Removal for Counter-Current Ion Exchange Systems
IWC-08-59     true    Sustainable Wastewater Reuse – Water Quality Modeling for Near ZLD
IWC-93-54     true    SW-COR - a Software Aid for Selecting and Evaluating Service Water Sys
IWC-93-54D    true    SW-COR - a Software Aid for Selecting and Evaluating Service Water Sys
IWC-99-26     false   SWRO for Aquaculture
IWC-66~8      true    Symposium on Economics of Automation of Industrial, Municipal and Utilit
IWC-46~7      true    Symposium on Silica Removal by Ion Exchange
IWC-83-28     true    Syncrude Canada Ltd's Five Years Operating Experience with Canada's L
IWC-83-28D    true    Syncrude Canada Ltd's Five Years Operating Experience with Canada's L
IWC-07-03     true    Synthesis and Characterization of Charged Polystyrene Membranes for th
IWC-07-03D    true    Synthesis and Characterization of Charged Polystyrene Membranes for th
IWC-83-33     true    Synthetic Linings for Pollution Control
IWC-41~14     true    Synthetic Resin Exchangers and Their Application
IWC-00-17     true    System Monitoring for Chemistry Control
IWC-00-17AC   true    System Monitoring for Chemistry Control
IWC-00-17D    true    System Monitoring for Chemistry Control
IWC-91-28     true    Tapered Mixing Improves the Polymer Performance in Wastewater Treatm
IWC-87-16     true    Targeted Chlorination Fixed-Nozzles Design at Brayton Point Station Unit
IWC-79~14     true    Team Approach Saves Water for PNM
IWC-79~14D    true    Team Approach Saves Water for PNM
IWC-08-55     true    Technical Advancements in SAGD Evaporative Produced Water Treatmen
IWC-08-55D    true    Technical Advancements in SAGD Evaporative Produced Water Treatmen
IWC-08-69     true    Technical Assessment of Water Reuse in Consideration of Emerging Pollu
IWC-08-69D    true    Technical Assessment of Water Reuse in Consideration of Emerging Pollu
IWC-08-69AC   true    Technical Assessment of Water Reuse in Consideration of Emerging Pollu
IWC-66~7      true    Technical Development of Systems for Controlling Pollution by Acid Mine W
IWC-07-66     true    Technical, Economic and Environmental Impact of Blending High Hardnes
IWC-95-70     true    Technical Study for Treatment and Reuse of Municipal and Refinery Wast
IWC-81-30     true    Techniques for the Measurements and Reduction of Resin Carry-Over fro
IWC-86-41     true    Temperature Effects on Coagulation Processes Using Salts of Aluminum
IWC-93-31     false   Ten-Year Experience in an Ammonia and Urea Plant Cooling Water Treat
IWC-93-31D    false   Ten-Year Experience in an Ammonia and Urea Plant Cooling Water Treat
IWC-72~11     true    Ten Years Experience in Preoperational Chemical Cleaning of Power Plan
IWC-90-12     true    Ten Years Experience with Reverse Flow Dual Stratified Bed Systems in C
IWC-90-12D    true    Ten Years Experience with Reverse Flow Dual Stratified Bed Systems in C
IWC-90-12AC   true    Ten Years Experience with Reverse Flow Dual Stratified Bed Systems in C
IWC-96-20     true    Ten Years of Equilibrium Phosphate Treatment
IWC-96-20D    true    Ten Years of Equilibrium Phosphate Treatment
IWC-80-07     true    Testing of a High Gradient Magnetic Filter at the Brunswick Steam Electric
IWC-80-07D    true    Testing of a High Gradient Magnetic Filter at the Brunswick Steam Electric
IWC-95-42     true    Tests of a Three-Pass RO Desalination System to Produce Ultrapure Wat
IWC-95-42D    false   Tests of a Three-Pass RO Desalination System to Produce Ultrapure Wat
IWC-98-76     true    Tetrakishydroxymethylphosphonium Sulfate (THPS) A New, Environmenta
IWC-98-76D    true    Tetrakishydroxymethylphosphonium Sulfate (THPS) A New, Environmenta
IWC-54~6      true    Textile Wastes
IWC-78~05     true    The Adoption of Counter Current Ion-Exchange Techniques, Including Asa
IWC-78~05D    true    The Adoption of Counter Current Ion-Exchange Techniques, Including Asa
IWC-98-50     true    The Advantage of Mixed Salt Crystallizers in Zero Liquid Discharge Waste
IWC-98-50D    true    The Advantage of Mixed Salt Crystallizers in Zero Liquid Discharge Waste
IWC-75~20     true    The Application of an Electromagnetic Filter to Industrial Condensate Syst
IWC-03-05     true    The Application of CADIX (Computer Aided Design for Ion exchange) to P
IWC-70~28     true    The Application of Electrodialysis Equipment for the Treatment of Waters
IWC-86-05     true    The Application of Electrodialysis to Industrial Water Reuse
IWC-86-05D    true    The Application of Electrodialysis to Industrial Water Reuse
IWC-69~13     true    The Application of Gas Chromatography to the Detection and Identification
IWC-72~20     true    The Application of Seprex - A New Condensate Polishing System at Home
IWC-03-32     true    The Application of Simulation and Diagnostic Systems to Water Treatmen
IWC-03-32D    true    The Application of Simulation and Diagnostic Systems to Water Treatmen
IWC-51~16     true    The Application of Sodium Silicates as Corrosion Inhibitors
IWC-63~10     true    The Automatic Monovalve Filter Series. An Economic New Water Treatme
IWC-71~26     true    The Avco Continuous Moving Bed Ion Exchange Process
IWC-05-07     true    The Bayswater-Liddel Zero Discharge System - A 20+ Year Operational P
IWC-05-07D    true    The Bayswater-Liddel Zero Discharge System - A 20+ Year Operational P
IWC-45~4      true    The Behavior of Highly Concentrated Boiler Water
IWC-83-21     true    The Behavior of Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate in PWR Secondary Cycles
IWC-83-21D    true    The Behavior of Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate in PWR Secondary Cycles
IWC-98-26     true    The Behavior of Stainless Steel Piping in Potable Water Treatment Plants
IWC-98-26D    true    The Behavior of Stainless Steel Piping in Potable Water Treatment Plants
IWC-47~4      false   The Biological Reactions of Polluted Water on Copper-Bearing Alloys
IWC-57~9      true    The Borescope
IWC-99-01     true    The Business Aspect of an Effective Safety Program - Safety Can Have a
IWC-76~10     true    The Calcination and Slaking of Quicklime
IWC-76~10D    true    The Calcination and Slaking of Quicklime
IWC-80-29     true    The Chemical Cleaning of a Fiber Cartridge from a Reverse Osmosis Perm
IWC-80-29D    true    The Chemical Cleaning of a Fiber Cartridge from a Reverse Osmosis Perm
IWC-99-41     true    The Chemicals for Cooling Water in China
IWC-99-41D    true    The Chemicals for Cooling Water in China
IWC-71~25     true    The CMMB, An Efficient Low Cost Two-Tank Demineralization System
IWC-48~10     true    The Coagulation of Refinery Wastes Using Twin Pilot Plant Units
IWC-88-33     true    The Continuing Maintenance of Superior Chemistry at a PWR Nuclear Sta
IWC-88-33D    true    The Continuing Maintenance of Superior Chemistry at a PWR Nuclear Sta
IWC-88-33AC   true    The Continuing Maintenance of Superior Chemistry at a PWR Nuclear Sta
IWC-77~04     true    The Corrosion and Dezincification of Brass in Cooling Water Environment
IWC-77~04D    true    The Corrosion and Dezincification of Brass in Cooling Water Environment
IWC-00-39     true    The Cost of Producing Demineralized Water in the Gulf Coast with Upflow
IWC-04-15     true    The Cost of Water in an Arid Climate: Water Conservation and Reuse -So
IWC-03-09     true    The Costs of Improper Power Cycle Lay-up and How They May Be Avoide
IWC-96-37     true    The Cutting Edge of Cycle for Fossil Plants
IWC-96-37D    true    The Cutting Edge of Cycle for Fossil Plants
IWC-86-30     true    The Decision to Retrofit Reverse Osmosis for Boiler Water Make-Up at a M
IWC-86-30D    true    The Decision to Retrofit Reverse Osmosis for Boiler Water Make-Up at a M
IWC-92-13     true    The Design Methodology and Operating Performance of 450,000 Barrels o
IWC-97-50     true    The Determination of Hardness in Pure and Industrial Waters using the AP
IWC-68~1      true    The Determination, Use and Value of Water Quality Requirements
IWC-50~1      true    The Dianodic Method for the Protection of Metals Against Pitting and Tube
IWC-89-18     true    The Direct Measurement of Ammonia Alkalinity in "All Volatile" Treated Po
IWC-89-18D    true    The Direct Measurement of Ammonia Alkalinity in "All Volatile" Treated Po
IWC-73~6      true    The Dollar Value of Protecting Steam Turbines Against Fouling
IWC-83-40     true    The Effect of Bead Size and Hydrated Bead Density on the Separability of
IWC-81-27     true    The Effect of Carbon Dioxide Transfer on Cooling Water pH and Calcium
IWC-81-27D    true    The Effect of Carbon Dioxide Transfer on Cooling Water pH and Calcium
IWC-52~6      true    The Effect of Circulating Water on Wood in Cooling Towers
IWC-41~10     true    The Effect of Deaeration on pH Value
IWC-62~4      true    The Effect of Heat Transfer on Pitting Corrosion
IWC-80-21     true    The Effect of Polymeric Dispersants on Corrosion Inhibition of Mild Steel
IWC-99-46     true    The Effect of Sand Grain Uniformity on the Filtration Efficiencies
IWC-74~19     true    The Effect of Scaling Indexes on Cooling Water Treatment Practice
IWC-00-41     true    The Effect of Service Parameters on Iodine Release from Iodinated Anion
IWC-92-09     true    The Effects of Cooling Water Quality on Cooling Tower Plastic Pack Foulin
IWC-92-09D    true    The Effects of Cooling Water Quality on Cooling Tower Plastic Pack Foulin
IWC-81-41     true    The Elf/Anvar Coalescence Process for the Treatment of Oily Steam Cond
IWC-99-18     true    The Elimination of Legionella in Local Hot and Cold Water Systems Using
IWC-78~07     true    The Engineer's Role in Environmental Litigation
IWC-78~07D    true    The Engineer's Role in Environmental Litigation
IWC-45~2      true    The Evaluation of Data
IWC-64~1      true    The Evolution of Industrial Water Technology
IWC-08-04     true    The Evolution of Water Processing Technology at Diablo Canyon Nuclear
IWC-72~18     true    The Experience with the Water Chemistry of Siemens PWRs
IWC-79~21     true    The Fatal Lure of Water Treating Gadgets
IWC-59~11     true    The Function and Design of Industrial Cooling Towers
IWC-08~00     true    The Future of the Water Treatment Industry: The Vision of a Committed P
IWC-59~5      true    The General Aspects of Stress Corrosion Cracking
IWC-89~00     true    The History of the International Water Conference
IWC-84-103    true    The Hydraulic Properties of Ion Exchange Resins
IWC-84-103D   true    The Hydraulic Properties of Ion Exchange Resins
IWC-57~5      true    The Immerscope, Ultrasonic Testing for Boiler Tube Corrosion
IWC-91-35     true    The Impact of a Passivating Agent on Condensate Polishing Ion Exchange
IWC-91-35D    true    The Impact of a Passivating Agent on Condensate Polishing Ion Exchange
IWC-92-40     true    The Impact of Chlorine on Tolyltriazole and Butylbenzotriazole Corrosion I
IWC-92-40AC   true    The Impact of Chlorine on Tolyltriazole and Butylbenzotriazole Corrosion I
IWC-92-40D    true    The Impact of Chlorine on Tolyltriazole and Butylbenzotriazole Corrosion I
IWC-90-45     true    The Impact of Computer Models on New Plant Utility Systems
IWC-90-45D    true    The Impact of Computer Models on New Plant Utility Systems
IWC-90-45AC   true    The Impact of Computer Models on New Plant Utility Systems
IWC-90-46     true    The Impact of Computer Models on New Plant Utility Systems
IWC-90-46D    true    The Impact of Computer Models on New Plant Utility Systems
IWC-00-14     true    The Impact of Eliminating Softeners as a Pre-Treatment for Reverse Osm
IWC-02-35     true    The Impact of Monitoring and Control on Reverse Osmosis Plant Perform
IWC-75~05     true    The Impact of Ultrafiltration on Membrane Processes and Related Water T
IWC-75~05D    true    The Impact of Ultrafiltration on Membrane Processes and Related Water T
IWC-02-55     false   The Impact of Water Chemistry on Boiler Tube Failures
IWC-89-09     true    The Impact of Water Quality and Toxics-Based NPDES Permitting
IWC-89-09D    true    The Impact of Water Quality and Toxics-Based NPDES Permitting
IWC-00-31     true    The Impact of Water Treatment System Design and Operation on Boiler F
IWC-96-18     true    The Importance of Demineralizer Maintenance
IWC-99-09     true    The Importance of Net Present Value (NPV) Analysis to Choose Between
IWC-99-09D    false   The Importance of Net Present Value (NPV) Analysis to Choose Between
IWC-96-67     true    The Influence of Recycled Makeup Water on the Propensity for Microbiolo
IWC-96-67D    true    The Influence of Recycled Makeup Water on the Propensity for Microbiolo
IWC-80-10     true    The Invest1gation of Scaling and Corrosion Mechanisms using Process S
IWC-80-10D    true    The Invest1gation of Scaling and Corrosion Mechanisms using Process S
IWC-85-36     true    The Investigation and Application of Ozone for Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-85-36D    true    The Investigation and Application of Ozone for Cooling Water Treatment
IWC-81-45     true    The Investigation of Scaling and Corrosion Mechanisms Using Process Si
IWC-05-43     true    The Ion Exchange Resource Recovery Business
IWC-05-38     true    The Island Water Association ―Case History‖ - Desalination of Brackish W
IWC-71~21     true    The Lamella Separator: A Novel High Rate Sedimentation Device for Wate
IWC-06-01     true    The Legionella Shift: How the Risk from Legionnaires Disease has Chang
IWC-06-01D    true    The Legionella Shift: How the Risk from Legionnaires Disease has Chang
IWC-78~04     true    The Lewatit-WS-Process A Highly Reliable Counter-Current System for Io
IWC-78~04D    true    The Lewatit-WS-Process A Highly Reliable Counter-Current System for Io
IWC-68~3      true    The Management of Water Quality by Stream Allocation
IWC-60~8      true    The Mechanical Development of Ion Exchange
IWC-57~7      true    The Metroscope as an Aid in Evaluating the Internal Conditions of Steam G
IWC-67~14     true    The Miniaturization of Electric Control Panels
IWC-85-07     true    The Multistep System, a Flexible Arrangement for Water Treatment with Io
IWC-85-07D    true    The Multistep System, a Flexible Arrangement for Water Treatment with Io
IWC-00-02     true    The On-Line Recovery and Treatment of a Fouled Cooling System in the P
IWC-00-02D    true    The On-Line Recovery and Treatment of a Fouled Cooling System in the P
IWC-03-21     true    The On-line Removal of Inorganic Foulants and Conversion to a State of t
IWC-03-21D    false   The On-line Removal of Inorganic Foulants and Conversion to a State of t
IWC-03-21AC   true    The On-line Removal of Inorganic Foulants and Conversion to a State of t
IWC-94-17     true    The Open Recirculating Cooling System as a Primary Component in the Z
IWC-71~22     true    The Operation of a L‘Eau Claire Upflow Filter
IWC-91-53     true    The Optimization of the Separation of Component Ion Exchange Resins in
IWC-91-53D    true    The Optimization of the Separation of Component Ion Exchange Resins in
IWC-83-13     true    Theoretical and Practical Considerations of Phosphonate Oxidation
IWC-98-38     true    The Organic Carbon Analysis - The Importance of System Calibration and
IWC-98-38D    true    The Organic Carbon Analysis - The Importance of System Calibration and
IWC-63~12     true    Theory and Design of Flash Evaporation
IWC-57~2      true    The Penetron for Internal Inspection of Boiler Tubes
IWC-60~10     true    The Performance of Amberlite 200: A New Highly Stable Sulfonic Acid Ca
IWC-86-33     true    The Physical Strength of Ion Exchange Resins
IWC-60~9      true    The Place of External Regeneration in the Design of High Rate Condensa
IWC-56~11     true    The Present Status of Electric Membrane Demineralization
IWC-60~4      true    The Problem {Chemical Cleaning}
IWC-49~2      true    The Problems of Generating Pure Steam at High Pressures
IWC-80-14     true    The Production of High Purity Water with Combined Reverse Osmosis and
IWC-80-14D    true    The Production of High Purity Water with Combined Reverse Osmosis and
IWC-97-60     true    The Properties and Performance of Type III Strong Base Anion Exchange
IWC-97-60D    true    The Properties and Performance of Type III Strong Base Anion Exchange
IWC-92-44     true    The Purpose and Practice of Auditing a Water Treatment System
IWC-70~13     true    The Reasoning Behind Pennsylvania‘s Requirements for Treating Metal W
IWC-96-57     true    The Recycling of Industrial Waste Water Utilizing Advanced Reverse Osm
IWC-96-57D    false   The Recycling of Industrial Waste Water Utilizing Advanced Reverse Osm
IWC-86-15     true    The Regeneration of Weak and Strong Cation Exchange Resins with an A
IWC-77~25     true    The Regulation of Flue Gas Desulfurization Sludge Disposal - Status Repo
IWC-77~25D    true    The Regulation of Flue Gas Desulfurization Sludge Disposal - Status Repo
IWC-82-23     true    The Release of Corrosion from Surfaces in the Primary Coolant Systems o
IWC-41~11     true    The Removal of Dissolved Gases from Boiler Feed Water
IWC-87-09     true    Thermal Degradation of Strongly Basic Anion Exchange Resins in Caustic
IWC-87-09D    true    Thermal Degradation of Strongly Basic Anion Exchange Resins in Caustic
IWC-71~5      true    Thermal Stability of EDTA and Its Salts
IWC-74~6      true    The Role of Reverse Osmosis in Zero Release from a BWR
IWC-80-13     true    The Role of Ultrafiltration in the Production of Ultra H1gh Purity Water
IWC-80-13D    true    The Role of Ultrafiltration in the Production of Ultra H1gh Purity Water
IWC-50~6      true    The Sampling of Steam for the Determination of Purity
IWC-88-10     true    The Significance and Limitations of Laboratory Resin Analyses in Evaluati
IWC-88-10D    true    The Significance and Limitations of Laboratory Resin Analyses in Evaluati
IWC-48~5      true    The Sludge Blanket Hot Process Softener
IWC-98-29     true    The Special Problems Might be Encountered with the Operation of Conde
IWC-93-63     true    The Stability of Azoles to Chlorine and Chlorine Alternatives for Microbiolo
IWC-87-24     true    The State of the Art in Mechanical Condenser Cleaning
IWC-87-24D    true    The State of the Art in Mechanical Condenser Cleaning
IWC-41~3      true    The Status of Cathodic Protection of Pipe Lines in 1941
IWC-77~32     true    The Streaming Current Detector as Applied to the Up-Flow Filtration
IWC-79~12     true    The Successful Use of Non-Chromate Cooling Water Treatments
IWC-79~12D    true    The Successful Use of Non-Chromate Cooling Water Treatments
IWC-01-01     true    The Sulfate Problem: What Happens When the Resins Just Sit?
IWC-01-01D    true    The Sulfate Problem: What Happens When the Resins Just Sit?
IWC-60~1      true    The Survey of Steel Corrosion Mechanisms Pertinent to Steam Power Ge
IWC-91-06     true    The Synthesis of Organophosphonic Polymers and Research of their Abili
IWC-86-53     true    The Thermal Degradation of Hydroxyl Form Strong Base Type I Anion Exc
IWC-81-07     true    The Thermal/Hydrolytic Stability of 1-Hydroxyethylidene-1,1-Diphosphonic
IWC-81-07D    true    The Thermal/Hydrolytic Stability of 1-Hydroxyethylidene-1,1-Diphosphonic
IWC-69~17     true    The Thermal Pollution Controversy - Ecological Comments
IWC-91-24     true    The Treatment and Disposal of Wastewaters from Flue Gas Desulfurizatio
IWC-85-12     true    The Tripol Condensate Purification Process
IWC-85-12D    true    The Tripol Condensate Purification Process
IWC-68~10     true    The Trouble with Layered Beds
IWC-42~7      true    The Use and Application of the Dorrco-Hydro-Treator
IWC-65~9      true    The Use of a Chelant Program for ‗On Stream‘ Boiler Cleaning
IWC-91-21     true    The Use of a Continuous On-Line Chemical Reductant Analyzer for Effect
IWC-91-21D    true    The Use of a Continuous On-Line Chemical Reductant Analyzer for Effect
IWC-91-21AC   true    The Use of a Continuous On-Line Chemical Reductant Analyzer for Effect
IWC-94-30     false   The Use of a Corrosion Sensor for Direct Measurement of Corrosion Rate
IWC-64~21     true    The Use of Ammoniated Cation Resin in High Rate Mixed-Bed Deminerali
IWC-80-48     true    The Use of a Newly Designed Biotower and Mutant Cultures to Effectively
IWC-85-25     true    The Use of an Inorganic Glassy Cation Exchanger for the Purification of N
IWC-92-12     true    The Use of Anion Exchange Resins for the Removal of Natural Organic M
IWC-92-12AC   true    The Use of Anion Exchange Resins for the Removal of Natural Organic M
IWC-92-12D    true    The Use of Anion Exchange Resins for the Removal of Natural Organic M
IWC-79~47     true    The Use of a Novel Portable Fouling and Corrosion Monitor/Recorder in In
IWC-80-49     true    The Use of Automated, Multi-Element Analysis Technique to Monitor Disc
IWC-72~6      true    The Use of Catalyzed Hydrazine in Steam Generating Systems
IWC-88-49     true    The Use of Ceramic-Based Tubular Microfiltration Membranes for Conven
IWC-69~24     true    The Use of Chelants
IWC-62~12     true    The Use of Chelating Agents in Chemical Cleaning
IWC-80-43     true    The Use of Computer Modeling in CALGUARD to Mathematically Simulate
IWC-83-03     true    The Use of Corrosion Inhibitor Mechanisms in the Development of Produc
IWC-83-03D    true    The Use of Corrosion Inhibitor Mechanisms in the Development of Produc
IWC-53~11     true    The Use of Cyclohexylamine for pH Control of Condensate and Feedwate
IWC-82-35     true    The Use of Dispersants for Removal of Sludge from a Nuclear Steam Gen
IWC-82-35D    true    The Use of Dispersants for Removal of Sludge from a Nuclear Steam Gen
IWC-51~20     true    The Use of Galvanic Magnesium Anodes for Corrosion Prevention
IWC-05-29     true    The Use of Heat Tolerant Reverse Osmosis Membranes in Process Cond
IWC-05-29D    true    The Use of Heat Tolerant Reverse Osmosis Membranes in Process Cond
IWC-05-29AC   true    The Use of Heat Tolerant Reverse Osmosis Membranes in Process Cond
IWC-05-30D    true    The Use of Heat Tolerant Reverse Osmosis Membranes in Process Cond
IWC-42~1      true    The Use of Inhibitors for Aluminum Chemical Equipment
IWC-99-57     true    The Use of Membrane Technology for the Production of DI Water in Remo
IWC-99-57D    false   The Use of Membrane Technology for the Production of DI Water in Remo
IWC-67~8      true    The Use of Polymeric Materials with Phosphate and Chelation Type Boiler
IWC-71~3      true    The Use of Polymers for Scale Control in Desalination Evaporators
IWC-68~4      true    The Use of Polymers for Water Treatment
IWC-80-45     true    The Use of Polysulfonated Styrene Copolymers as Boiler Water Sludge C
IWC-03-07     true    The Use of Portable Exchange Deionization Services in the Power Industr
IWC-03-07D    true    The Use of Portable Exchange Deionization Services in the Power Industr
IWC-95-60     true    The Use of Reclaimed Water for Petroleum Refinery Process Cooling
IWC-04-40     true    The Use of Reverse Osmosis as a Pretreatment to a High Pressure Steam
IWC-04-40D    true    The Use of Reverse Osmosis as a Pretreatment to a High Pressure Steam
IWC-04-09     true    The Use of Short Bed Ion Exchange Technology for the Production of High
IWC-04-09D    true    The Use of Short Bed Ion Exchange Technology for the Production of High
IWC-44~11     true    The Use of Silicates for Coagulation
IWC-82-08     true    The Use of Sub-Toxic Levels of Chlorine Dioxide to Prevent Surface Cond
IWC-82-08D    true    The Use of Sub-Toxic Levels of Chlorine Dioxide to Prevent Surface Cond
IWC-82-08AC   true    The Use of Sub-Toxic Levels of Chlorine Dioxide to Prevent Surface Cond
IWC-78~26     true    The Use of Sulphonated Styrene Copolymers for Boiler Scale Control
IWC-78~26D    true    The Use of Sulphonated Styrene Copolymers for Boiler Scale Control
IWC-65~16     true    The Use of Synthetic Organic Flocculants in the Treatment of Industrial W
IWC-83-11     true    The Use of Triazine as an Algaecide for Circulating Cooling Water
IWC-83-11D    true    The Use of Triazine as an Algaecide for Circulating Cooling Water
IWC-65~7      true    The Use of Vertan 600 at 900 to 1900 PSIG
IWC-47~3      false   The Use of X-Rays in Steam Power Problems
IWC-79~03     true    The Vari-Void® Filter in Use and Re-Use Schemes
IWC-89-12     false   The Waste Water Concentrating Cooling Tower, a New Technique for Wa
IWC-89-12D    true    The Waste Water Concentrating Cooling Tower, a New Technique for Wa
IWC-99-02     true    The Water Audit as a Strategic Tool to Manage Operational Costs and Pe
IWC-99-02D    false   The Water Audit as a Strategic Tool to Manage Operational Costs and Pe
IWC-65~1      true    The Water Line
IWC-57~21     true    The Water Treatment Problems of the Santa Susana Experimental Station
IWC-84-81     true    The Westinghouse Oxygen Probe-A New Monitor for Steam
IWC-84-81D    true    The Westinghouse Oxygen Probe-A New Monitor for Steam
IWC-03-42     true    THM Destruction by UV/Ozone in RO Permeate to Facilitate Removal Dow
IWC-82-31     true    Three Years of Field Experience with an Acrylic Gel Strong Base Anion Ex
IWC-82-31D    true    Three Years of Field Experience with an Acrylic Gel Strong Base Anion Ex
IWC-70~22     true    Three Years Operating Experience with Ammoniated Mixed Beds in Cond
IWC-80-01     true    Three Years Operating Experience with Precoat Materials Conta1ning Fib
IWC-80-01D    true    Three Years Operating Experience with Precoat Materials Conta1ning Fib
IWC-07-78     true    Time and Money -The Problem with Bad Water Sources and Worse Dispo
IWC-86-10     true    TOC Removal from Make-Up Water at Millstone Nuclear Generating Stati
IWC-86-10D    true    TOC Removal from Make-Up Water at Millstone Nuclear Generating Stati
IWC-88-04     true    TOC Removal from Surface Waters by Commercially Operating Triple Me
IWC-88-04D    true    TOC Removal from Surface Waters by Commercially Operating Triple Me
IWC-88-04AC   true    TOC Removal from Surface Waters by Commercially Operating Triple Me
IWC-99-07     true    Total Installed Cost Savings of Skid Mounted Versus Field Erected Equipm
IWC-99-07D    true    Total Installed Cost Savings of Skid Mounted Versus Field Erected Equipm
IWC-04-42     true    Total Oxidizable Carbon Control Experience For BWR Condensate Polish
IWC-71~1      true    Total River Clean-up Below Industrial Complexes
IWC-80-19     true    Toward a Better Understanding of Commercial Phosphonates
IWC-80-19D    true    Toward a Better Understanding of Commercial Phosphonates
IWC-97-36     true    Toward Field-Friendly Traceable Polymeric Dispersants
IWC-06-33     true    Towards a Resin-in-Pulp Process for Recovery of Nickel and Cobalt from
IWC-06-33D    true    Towards a Resin-in-Pulp Process for Recovery of Nickel and Cobalt from
IWC-06-33AC   true    Towards a Resin-in-Pulp Process for Recovery of Nickel and Cobalt from
IWC-91-25     true    Toxics Reduction Evaluations Procedures and Case Histories
IWC-91-25D    true    Toxics Reduction Evaluations Procedures and Case Histories
IWC-08-76     true    Trace Contaminant Removal from Ground and Waste Waters with Selecti
IWC-08-76D    true    Trace Contaminant Removal from Ground and Waste Waters with Selecti
IWC-84-54     true    Trace Element Removal by Adsorption/Coprecipitation on Amorphous Iron
IWC-82-39     true    Trace Metal Analysis by Ion Chromatography
IWC-70~12     true    Trace Metals in Steam Condensate Systems
IWC-94-26     true    Trace Metals Removal using Iron Coprecipitation
IWC-98-36     true    Trace Organics in the High Purity Industry: Problems, Sources, Solutions
IWC-07-44     true    Tracking Molybdenum Concentration in Cooling Water Applications
IWC-81-40     true    Transport of Ionic Impurities in Fossil and PWR Cycles - New Observation
IWC-81-40D    true    Transport of Ionic Impurities in Fossil and PWR Cycles - New Observation
IWC-81-40AC   true    Transport of Ionic Impurities in Fossil and PWR Cycles - New Observation
IWC-93-46     true    Transport of Steam Samples
IWC-93-46D    true    Transport of Steam Samples
IWC-05-51     true    Treating High Concentrations of Perchlorate in Groundwater Using a Two-
IWC-01-30     false   Treating Water Systems for Legionella: History & Laboratory Investigation
IWC-45~6      true    Treatment and Preparation of Water in Rayon Textile Mills
IWC-62~14     true    Treatment and Recovery of Effluents from Metal Treating and Metal Fabric
IWC-85-57     true    Treatment and Temperature Effects on Turbidity and Morphology in Boiler
IWC-07-07     true    Treatment Efficiency Improvement of Existing Pulp and Paper Industry Wa
IWC-07-07D    true    Treatment Efficiency Improvement of Existing Pulp and Paper Industry Wa
IWC-77~26     true    Treatment, Handling, and Disposal Criteria Flue Gas Desulfurization Sludg
IWC-77~26D    true    Treatment, Handling, and Disposal Criteria Flue Gas Desulfurization Sludg
IWC-82-44     true    Treatment of a Blend of Makeup and Recirculating Cooling Water in a Con
IWC-90-21     true    Treatment of a Hazardous Landfill Leachate
IWC-90-21D    true    Treatment of a Hazardous Landfill Leachate
IWC-72~2      true    Treatment of a Highly Concentrated Industrial Waste
IWC-47~5      false   Treatment of Brackish Water for Boiler Feed
IWC-08-37     true    Treatment of Coal Bed Methane Produced Water Using Short Bed Ion Exc
IWC-59~19     true    Treatment of Cooling Waters in England
IWC-88-09     true    Treatment of Drinking Water by the Carix Ion Exchange Process-Experien
IWC-88-09D    true    Treatment of Drinking Water by the Carix Ion Exchange Process-Experien
IWC-88-09AC   true    Treatment of Drinking Water by the Carix Ion Exchange Process-Experien
IWC-78~15     true    Treatment of Equipment Drain Wastes in a Nuclear Power Plant with an E
IWC-78~15D    true    Treatment of Equipment Drain Wastes in a Nuclear Power Plant with an E
IWC-78~15AC   true    Treatment of Equipment Drain Wastes in a Nuclear Power Plant with an E
IWC-00-56     true    Treatment of Groundwater Contaminated by Acid Mine Drainage Using a T
IWC-90-23     true    Treatment of McIntosh Power Plant Process Waste Waters by the Sulfide
IWC-90-23D    true    Treatment of McIntosh Power Plant Process Waste Waters by the Sulfide
IWC-90-23AC   true    Treatment of McIntosh Power Plant Process Waste Waters by the Sulfide
IWC-77~20PD   true    Treatment of Oily Wastes: Ultra Filtration and Chemical Methods
IWC-95-37     true    Treatment of Powerplant Waste Waters Containing Ammonia
IWC-95-37D    true    Treatment of Powerplant Waste Waters Containing Ammonia
IWC-95-37AC   true    Treatment of Powerplant Waste Waters Containing Ammonia
IWC-72~15     true    Treatment of Radioactive Steam Generator Blowdown
IWC-88-24     true    Treatment of Refinery Condensate by a Unique Coalescing Process
IWC-93-18     true    Treatment of Secondary Wastewater for Reverse Osmosis Systems
IWC-64~7      true    Treatment of Sewage Plant Effluent for Industrial Reuse
IWC-00-26     true    Treatment of Smelter Wastewater Using an Innovative Reverse Osmosis
IWC-00-26D    true    Treatment of Smelter Wastewater Using an Innovative Reverse Osmosis
IWC-02-40     true    Treatment of Wastewater from Vegetable Oil Refinery and its Reuse using
IWC-07-14     true    Treatment of Wastewaters from Coal-Fired Power Plants
IWC-07-14D    true    Treatment of Wastewaters from Coal-Fired Power Plants
IWC-96-59     true    Treatment of Waste Waters from Flue Gas Scrubbers of Power Plants Co
IWC-07-75     true    Treatment of Water Containing Bacteria by Electrochemical Reactor
IWC-40~11     false   Treatment of Water for Industrial & Boiler Feed Uses
IWC-48~4      true    Trends in Modern Feedwater Conditioning Equipment
IWC-82-47     true    Tri-Ammonex: a New Method in the Use of Inert Resin in Condensate Poli
IWC-91-13     true    Triple Membrane Makeup Water Treatment at Four Nuclear Power Plants
IWC-91-13D    true    Triple Membrane Makeup Water Treatment at Four Nuclear Power Plants
IWC-92-46     true    Troubleshooting Ion Exchange Equipment
IWC-98-14     true    Troubleshooting Problems in Reverse Osmosis Units
IWC-96-04     true    Troubleshooting Steam Purity Problems in the Industrial Plant
IWC-03-45     true    Troubleshooting Water Treatment Systems
IWC-03-45D    true    Troubleshooting Water Treatment Systems
IWC-92-18     false   TU Electric Tradinghouse Unit No. 2 Oxygenated Treatment Test
IWC-92-18D    true    TU Electric Tradinghouse Unit No. 2 Oxygenated Treatment Test
IWC-41~12     true    Turbine Nozzle and Bucket Deposit
IWC-57~6      true    Turner Scale Thickness Indicator
IWC-91-52     true    Turn-Key Chemical Cleaning Operations in Nuclear Plant Safety-Related S
IWC-95-62     true    Twelve Years of Wastewater Recycling Experience at a Coal Gasification
IWC-79~23     true    Twenty Years of Macroreticular Ion Exchange Resins
IWC-59~1      true    Twenty Years of Progress in Ion Exchange
IWC-06-18     true    Two Stage Clarification Process Ensures Consistent Performance
IWC-06-18D    true    Two Stage Clarification Process Ensures Consistent Performance
IWC-99-62     false   Two Years Experience with a Packed Bed System Demineralizing High Si
IWC-95-30     true    Two Years' Operating Experience with Fluidized Bed Demineralizers at Sa
IWC-82-01     true    Two Year Study on Condensate Polisher Performance at Southern Califor
IWC-82-01D    true    Two Year Study on Condensate Polisher Performance at Southern Califor
IWC-78~42     true    Typical Power Plant Steam and Water Analytical Systems
IWC-01-33     true    Ultrafilter Membranes - Application and Innovations
IWC-01-33D    true    Ultrafilter Membranes - Application and Innovations
IWC-83-06     true    Ultrafiltration Aids in Production of High Quality Water for Electronics Man
IWC-83-06D    true    Ultrafiltration Aids in Production of High Quality Water for Electronics Man
IWC-03-02     true    Ultrafiltration as Pretreatment to Reverse Osmosis
IWC-03-02D    true    Ultrafiltration as Pretreatment to Reverse Osmosis
IWC-08-47     true    Ultra Filtration Improves Performance of RO Unit Treating Cooling Tower
IWC-08-47D    true    Ultra Filtration Improves Performance of RO Unit Treating Cooling Tower
IWC-08-47AC   true    Ultra Filtration Improves Performance of RO Unit Treating Cooling Tower
IWC-90-37     true    Ultrafiltration with Spiral Wound Membrane Technology
IWC-90-37D    true    Ultrafiltration with Spiral Wound Membrane Technology
IWC-68~13     true    Ultra High Rate Filtration
IWC-96-32     true    Ultra-High Vacuum Surface Science-Electrochemistry Studies of Iron Corr
IWC-99-15     true    Ultrapure Steam from Normal Feedwater
IWC-88-53     true    Ultrapure Water Treatment Plant for I.C. Manufacturing
IWC-94-36     true    Ultrasoft Water Treatment by Chelating Ion Exchange Resin
IWC-94-31     true    Ultrasperse™: A New All-Polymer Treatment Program
IWC-67~13     true    Ultra-Violet Water Purification
IWC-89-32     true    Understanding Streaming Current: Practical Coagulant Control
IWC-89-32D    true    Understanding Streaming Current: Practical Coagulant Control
IWC-01-38     true    Understanding Wet and Dry Cooling Systems
IWC-01-38AC   true    Understanding Wet and Dry Cooling Systems
IWC-01-38D    true    Understanding Wet and Dry Cooling Systems
IWC-08-38     true    Unique Cooling Water Exchanger Inspection Technique
IWC-85-46     true    Unique Double Pass Reverse Osmosis System Eliminates Ion Exchange f
IWC-08-57     false   Unique Wastewater Processing Application at River Bend Nuclear Station
IWC-05-55     true    Unusual Items and Procedures in Ion Exchange and Water
IWC-05-55D    true    Unusual Items and Procedures in Ion Exchange and Water
IWC-06-45     true    Unusual Items and Procedures in Ion Exchange and Water, II
IWC-06-45D    true    Unusual Items and Procedures in Ion Exchange and Water, II
IWC-08-09     true    UPDATE ON THE STEAM ELECTRIC POWER EFFLUENT GUIDELINES
IWC-95-33     true    Upflow Counter-Current Regeneration Upcore™ Packed Bed Technology
IWC-65~20     true    Upflow Regeneration - A Practical Way to Reduce Sodium Zeolite Hardne
IWC-98-17     true    Upgrading a Cycle Chemistry Sampling and Monitoring Program
IWC-98-17D    true    Upgrading a Cycle Chemistry Sampling and Monitoring Program
IWC-94-21     true    Upgrading Boiler Makeup Water Quality while Reducing Water Production
IWC-94-18     true    Upgrading of Boiler Make-Up Water Treatment with a Reverse Osmosis U
IWC-94-18D    true    Upgrading of Boiler Make-Up Water Treatment with a Reverse Osmosis U
IWC-88-32     true    Use of Advanced Analytical Techniques to Evaluate PWR Secondary Cycl
IWC-88-32D    true    Use of Advanced Analytical Techniques to Evaluate PWR Secondary Cycl
IWC-88-32AC   true    Use of Advanced Analytical Techniques to Evaluate PWR Secondary Cycl
IWC-78~28     true    Use of Agricultural Runoff Water for Power Plant Cooling
IWC-78~28D    true    Use of Agricultural Runoff Water for Power Plant Cooling
IWC-04-37     false   Use of Amines in HRSG Chemistry
IWC-65~21     true    Use of Ammoniated Cation Resin to Remove Iron from Heater Drains
IWC-77~22     true    Use of an Acrylic Strong Base Anion Resin in Treatment of Organic Bearin
IWC-77~22D1   true    Use of an Acrylic Strong Base Anion Resin in Treatment of Organic Bearin
IWC-77~22D2   true    Use of an Acrylic Strong Base Anion Resin in Treatment of Organic Bearin
IWC-77~22AC   true    Use of an Acrylic Strong Base Anion Resin in Treatment of Organic Bearin
IWC-97-51     true    Use of a New Bromine-Based Biocide in a Medium-Sized Cooling Tower
IWC-97-51D    true    Use of a New Bromine-Based Biocide in a Medium-Sized Cooling Tower
IWC-98-54     true    Use of a Patented Scale Inhibition in a Zero Discharge Brine Concentrator
IWC-98-54D    true    Use of a Patented Scale Inhibition in a Zero Discharge Brine Concentrator
IWC-63~5      true    Use of Chelating Agents for Continuous Internal Treatment for High Press
IWC-55~11     true    Use of Coagulant Aids
IWC-00-33     true    Use of Comprehensive Deposit Analysis Techniques to Evaluate Boiler De
IWC-98-69     true    Use of Computer Software to Enhance Process Monitoring
IWC-91-56     true    Use of Elevated pH and Cation Resin for the Removal of Residual Copper
IWC-91-56D    true    Use of Elevated pH and Cation Resin for the Removal of Residual Copper
IWC-91-56AC   true    Use of Elevated pH and Cation Resin for the Removal of Residual Copper
IWC-05-05     true    Use of Fractal Liquid Distribution in Water Treatment
IWC-05-05D    true    Use of Fractal Liquid Distribution in Water Treatment
IWC-08-74     true    Use of High Efficiency Reverse Osmosis (HERO), Brine Concentration an
IWC-08-74D    true    Use of High Efficiency Reverse Osmosis (HERO), Brine Concentration an
IWC-05-41     true    Use of Hydrolysis and Neutralization to Destroy Stockpiled Chemical Agen
IWC-01-09     true    Use of Ion Chromatography for Measuring Ions in Water to Protect the Ne
IWC-07-19     true    Use of IQ-CHECK™ LEGIONELLA Kits as a New Tool for Efficient Legion
IWC-99-05     false   Use of Low Level Electric Currents to Prevent The Settlement of Zebra Mu
IWC-98-80     true    Use of Modern Computational Fluid Dynamics Methods to Simulate the Op
IWC-98-80D    true    Use of Modern Computational Fluid Dynamics Methods to Simulate the Op
IWC-96-77     true    Use of Natural Freeze-Thaw Processes to Separate and Treat Mine Wast
IWC-96-77D    true    Use of Natural Freeze-Thaw Processes to Separate and Treat Mine Wast
IWC-97-30     true    Use of New Membranes - a Smart Way to Expand the System
IWC-48~1      true    Use of Organic Cation Exchanger for Municipal Water Softening
IWC-63~9      true    Use of Organic Material for Prevention of Fouling in Recirculating Cooling
IWC-40~14     false   Use of Organic Materials in the Treatment of Boiler Feedwater
IWC-69~19     true    Use of Phosphonates for Treating Cooling Water Systems
IWC-87-51     true    Use of RO Membranes in the Yuma Desalting Plant
IWC-87-51D    true    Use of RO Membranes in the Yuma Desalting Plant
IWC-41~6      true    Use of Silicates as Corrosion Inhibitors
IWC-97-73     true    Use of Surfactants to Control Silt and Biofilm Deposition onto PVC Fill in C
IWC-97-73D    true    Use of Surfactants to Control Silt and Biofilm Deposition onto PVC Fill in C
IWC-75~03     true    Use of Ultrafiltration for the Removal of Colloidal Silica from Boiler Makeup
IWC-75~03D    true    Use of Ultrafiltration for the Removal of Colloidal Silica from Boiler Makeup
IWC-97-81     true    Using Carbohydrazide in Nuclear Utility Applications
IWC-98-70     true    Using Computers to Share Knowledge
IWC-00-47     true    Using EDI to Meet the Needs of Pure Water Production
IWC-96-30     true    Using EPRI Chemworks to Model Impurities and Additives in the PWR Ste
IWC-96-30D    true    Using EPRI Chemworks to Model Impurities and Additives in the PWR Ste
IWC-88-11     true    Using Microcomputers to Improve Power Plant Water Management
IWC-88-11D    false   Using Microcomputers to Improve Power Plant Water Management
IWC-01-40     true    Using New and Old Methods to Diagnose Causes of Cooling System Corr
IWC-01-40D    true    Using New and Old Methods to Diagnose Causes of Cooling System Corr
IWC-88-12     true    Using Operational Solubility Product Constants to Improve Water Softenin
IWC-88-12D    true    Using Operational Solubility Product Constants to Improve Water Softenin
IWC-88-12AC   true    Using Operational Solubility Product Constants to Improve Water Softenin
IWC-07-64     true    Using Particle Counters for Pretreatment Optimization, Iron Transport Mon
IWC-97-84     true    Using Predictive Technology to Control Corrosion in Raw Cooling Water S
IWC-97-84D    true    Using Predictive Technology to Control Corrosion in Raw Cooling Water S
IWC-77~10     true    Utility Boiler Feedwater Treatment at CIPSCO
IWC-77~10D    true    Utility Boiler Feedwater Treatment at CIPSCO
IWC-08-51     true    Utilization of Salt Water as the Source for Make-Up Water in Wet Cooling
IWC-08-51D    true    Utilization of Salt Water as the Source for Make-Up Water in Wet Cooling
IWC-01-13     true    Utilization of Ultraviolet Disinfection Systems in Industrial Processes
IWC-03-24     true    Utilizing Mine Water for Aquaculture
IWC-03-15     true    Utilizing Reverse Osmosis to Recover Waste Water from a High Purity Wa
IWC-03-15D    true    Utilizing Reverse Osmosis to Recover Waste Water from a High Purity Wa
IWC-86-45     true    Utilizing SPC Techniques to Monitor Surface Condenser Performance
IWC-86-45D    true    Utilizing SPC Techniques to Monitor Surface Condenser Performance
IWC-05-67     true    UV Disinfection Equipment Selection and Operation Considerations for Mu
IWC-97-32     true    UV/Oxidation Process Optimization for the Treatment of Hydrazine Waste
IWC-05-32     true    Value Added Products from Innovative Applications of Donnan Membrane
IWC-05-32D    true    Value Added Products from Innovative Applications of Donnan Membrane
IWC-85-16     true    Vanadium Removal from Oil-Fired Power Plant Wastewaters
IWC-85-16D    true    Vanadium Removal from Oil-Fired Power Plant Wastewaters
IWC-50~5      true    Vapor Purity to Be Expected
IWC-72~5      true    Very High Chemical Efficiency for Mixed Bed Ion Exchange
IWC-84-116    true    VGB Guidelines on Boiler Feedwater, Boiler Water and Steam of Water-T
IWC-86-03     true    Video Inspection and Sampling of the Crystal River Unit-3 Once-Through S
IWC-06-28     true    Volatilization of Trihalomethanes from Big Wapwallopen Creek, Pennsylva
IWC-61~11     true    Wallace & Tiernan Continuous Dissolved-Oxygen Analyzer
IWC-97-21     true    Waste Minimization and Reduction of Consumption of Natural Resources
IWC-97-21D    true    Waste Minimization and Reduction of Consumption of Natural Resources
IWC-96-43     true    Waste Minimization Utilizing Zero Discharge
IWC-96-43D    false   Waste Minimization Utilizing Zero Discharge
IWC-95-38     true    Waste Treatment of the Effluent from Chemical Cleaning of the Steam Ge
IWC-82-21     true    Wastewater as a Plant Resource
IWC-82-21D    true    Wastewater as a Plant Resource
IWC-87-29     true    Waste Water Management and Reuse at a Municipal Waste-To-Energy F
IWC-87-29D    true    Waste Water Management and Reuse at a Municipal Waste-To-Energy F
IWC-98-64     true    Wastewater Reclamation by Outsourced Membrane Systems
IWC-98-64D    true    Wastewater Reclamation by Outsourced Membrane Systems
IWC-94-15     true    Waste Water Recycle at the Bi-Provincial Upgrader, Lloydminster, Saskat
IWC-98-49     true    Wastewater Reduction During Upgrade at Simplot Canada Limited, Brand
IWC-08-58     true    Wastewater Treatment Challenges from an Ethanol Plant Recycle System
IWC-94-55     true    Wastewater Treatment Facility at Neville Chemical
IWC-94-55D    false   Wastewater Treatment Facility at Neville Chemical
IWC-07-26     true    Waste Water Treatment Options for a SAGD Oil Production Facility
IWC-07-26D    true    Waste Water Treatment Options for a SAGD Oil Production Facility
IWC-87-57     true    Wastewater Treatment System for Hazardous Waste Landfill Leachate
IWC-96-76     true    Wastewater Treatment through Atomizing Freeze-Crystallization
IWC-96-76D    false   Wastewater Treatment through Atomizing Freeze-Crystallization
IWC-69~14     true    Water Analysis by Ion-Selective Electrodes
IWC-79~17     true    Water and Chemical Recovery by Reciprocating Flow ion Exchange
IWC-79~17D    true    Water and Chemical Recovery by Reciprocating Flow ion Exchange
IWC-88-50     true    Water and Wastewater Treatment Systems for the Frackville Cogeneratio
IWC-98-55     true    Water Chemistry Considerations for Operation of HRSG Systems — Not y
IWC-84-114    true    Water Chemistry Guidelines for BWRS
IWC-85-28     true    Water Chemistry Studies at the Sequoyah Nuclear Plant Us1ng an Online
IWC-79~20     true    Water Conditioning Devices - An Update
IWC-79~20D    true    Water Conditioning Devices - An Update
IWC-85-51     true    Water Conditioning in High Voltage Electrode Boilers
IWC-85-51D    true    Water Conditioning in High Voltage Electrode Boilers
IWC-96-40     true    Water Conservation at Intel's Rio Rancho Site
IWC-96-40D    false   Water Conservation at Intel's Rio Rancho Site
IWC-08-60     true    Water Conservation at Lindsay Olive Growers
IWC-08-70     true    Water Conservation Strategies at Electric Generating Stations
IWC-08-70D    true    Water Conservation Strategies at Electric Generating Stations
IWC-99-35     true    Water Conservation Techniques, Recovery/ Recycling for Zero Discharge
IWC-99-35D    true    Water Conservation Techniques, Recovery/ Recycling for Zero Discharge
IWC-99-35AC   true    Water Conservation Techniques, Recovery/ Recycling for Zero Discharge
IWC-94-13     true    Water Conservation via New Cooling Water Treatment Technology
IWC-54~21     true    Water Corrosion of Structural Materials
IWC-86-07    true    Water Deionization by Recoflo Short Bed Ion Exchange
IWC-86-07D   true    Water Deionization by Recoflo Short Bed Ion Exchange
IWC-40~1     false   Water in Its Natural State
IWC-44~8     true    Water in the Paper Industry
IWC-96-35    true    "Water in the Tank" Concept: a Case Study of Water Treatment Outsourci
IWC-96-35D   true    "Water in the Tank" Concept: a Case Study of Water Treatment Outsourci
IWC-83-08    true    Water Management and advanced Wastewater Treatment for Water-Scar
IWC-83-08D   true    Water Management and advanced Wastewater Treatment for Water-Scar
IWC-95-66    true    Water Management Applications in Foundries
IWC-78~13    true    Water Management - Controlling and Predicting Cooling Tower Water Qua
IWC-08-06    true    Water Management Practices in Nuclear Power Plants – Controlling and M
IWC-41~8     true    Water Pipe Corrosion Problems in Buildings
IWC-99-21    true    Water Pretreatment Applications using a New Ultrafilic® Membrane
IWC-99-21D   false   Water Pretreatment Applications using a New Ultrafilic® Membrane
IWC-63~1     true    Water Problems in a Thirsty World
IWC-49~1     true    Water Problems in the Starting of the Mitchell Power Plant of the West Pe
IWC-91-26    true    Water Purification System by Distillation Using Hydrophobic Membrane
IWC-05-52    true    Water Quality and Water Treatment Requirements for Recycle/Reuse Wa
IWC-40~4     false   Water Quality Control by Flood Control, Reservoir Operation.
IWC-87-02    true    Water Quality Data Acquisition System
IWC-87-02D   true    Water Quality Data Acquisition System
IWC-86-06    true    Water Quality Protection with Fish Monitors
IWC-86-06D   true    Water Quality Protection with Fish Monitors
IWC-06-23    true    Water Recovery from the Atmosphere in Humid Climates such as in Unite
IWC-93-17    true    Water Recycling System in Space using Membrane Distillation
IWC-85-18    true    Water-Related Internal Problems in Ash Transport Systems
IWC-85-18D   true    Water-Related Internal Problems in Ash Transport Systems
IWC-05-45    true    Water (Resource) Conservation using Closed-Loop, Evaporative Cooling S
IWC-05-45D   true    Water (Resource) Conservation using Closed-Loop, Evaporative Cooling S
IWC-06-24    true    Water (Resource) Conservation Using Closed-Loop, Evaporative Cooling
IWC-07-45    true    Water (Resource) Conservation Using Closed-Loop, Evaporative Cooling
IWC-75~08    true    Water Reuse as Boiler Feedwater - Evaluating Feasibility
IWC-75~08D   true    Water Reuse as Boiler Feedwater - Evaluating Feasibility
IWC-04-16    true    Water Reuse Experience in Petroleum Refineries Cooling Tower Water Sy
IWC-97-10    true    Water Reuse for Textile Industry
IWC-06-17    true    Water Reuse in Alberta Heavy Oil Extraction
IWC-06-17D   true    Water Reuse in Alberta Heavy Oil Extraction
IWC-99-37    true    Water Reuse in an Integrated Circuit Packaging Plant
IWC-99-37D   true    Water Reuse in an Integrated Circuit Packaging Plant
IWC-07-25    true    Water Reuse Plant Challenges for Alternative SAGD Steam Generation
IWC-07-25D   true    Water Reuse Plant Challenges for Alternative SAGD Steam Generation
IWC-05~00    false   Water Scarcity Solutions for a Thirsty Planet
IWC-97-41    true    Waterside Inspecting Techniques for Industrial Boilers
IWC-97-41D   true    Waterside Inspecting Techniques for Industrial Boilers
IWC-64~5     true    Water-Side Operational Experiences with the Dry Cooling Tower Installatio
IWC-54~11    true    Waterside Studies in Experimental High Pressure Laboratory Boiler
IWC-65~15    true    Water-Steam Cycle Experience with Subcritical Pressure Once-Through C
IWC-89-36    true    Water Technology Experiences in Thermal Storage Systems
IWC-89-36D   true    Water Technology Experiences in Thermal Storage Systems
IWC-42~8     true    Water Treating Equipment for War Industries
IWC-59~18    true    Water Treating in Saudi Arabia
IWC-60~16    true    Water Treating Practices and Experiences in Petroleum Refining
IWC-44~7       true   Water Treating Problems in Steel Mills
IWC-02-25      true   Water Treatment and Chemical Procurement Strategies
IWC-44~6       true   Water Treatment at Koppers United Company Plant
IWC-90-06      true   Water Treatment at the Filer City Cogeneration Plant
IWC-90-06D     true   Water Treatment at the Filer City Cogeneration Plant
IWC-90-06AC    true   Water Treatment at the Filer City Cogeneration Plant
IWC-92-43      true   Water Treatment Considerations in the Use of Reverse Osmosis-Treated
IWC-60~17      true   Water Treatment Experiences During the Startup and Initial Operation of t
IWC-85-56      true   Water Treatment Facilities for Cogeneration Plants
IWC-85-56D     true   Water Treatment Facilities for Cogeneration Plants
IWC-77~02      true   Water Treatment for High Makeup Industrial Steam Generation Systems
IWC-77~02D     true   Water Treatment for High Makeup Industrial Steam Generation Systems
IWC-77~02AC    true   Water Treatment for High Makeup Industrial Steam Generation Systems
IWC-56~12      true   Water Treatment for Monochrome Television Picture Tube Manufacturing
IWC-58~2       true   Water Treatment for Poly-Metallic Cooling Systems
IWC-08-S08PD   true   WATER TREATMENT IN HYDROCARBON PROCESSING AND CHEMIC
IWC-87-41      true   Water Treatment in Wet Fin-Fan Cooling Towers
IWC-87-41D     true   Water Treatment in Wet Fin-Fan Cooling Towers
IWC-00-06      true   Water Treatment Markets in China's Power Industry
IWC-00-06D     true   Water Treatment Markets in China's Power Industry
IWC-57~25      true   Water Treatment Pilot Plant at Linden Generating Station
IWC-69~11      true   Water Treatment Practice and Water Conditions of Thermal Power Plants
IWC-78~20      true   Water Treatment Practices for Cyclic Operation of Utility Boilers
IWC-78~20D     true   Water Treatment Practices for Cyclic Operation of Utility Boilers
IWC-65~14      true   Water Treatment Practices on the Lower Mississippi River
IWC-66~14      true   Water Treatment Process Automation: The Management Viewpoint
IWC-91-46      true   Water Treatment with Liquid Chlorine (Direct Feed of Elemental, Liquid Ch
IWC-67~17      true   Water Utilization in the Beet Sugar Industry
IWC-06-54      true   Water, Water Everywhere........?
IWC-94-33      true   Weak Acid Cation Performance Treating Water Containing High Iron
IWC-94-33D     true   Weak Acid Cation Performance Treating Water Containing High Iron
IWC-73~23      true   Weak Acid Cation Units Replace Cold Lime/Alum Contact Softener and So
IWC-87-34      true   Weak Acid Resin for Condensate Polishing
IWC-79~42      true   Weak Base Resin Performance at Linden and Sewaren Generating Statio
IWC-57~17      true   Welding of Copper Alloy Condenser Tubes
IWC-81-01      true   What a User Expects from a Cooling Water Treatment Vendor
IWC-81-01D     true   What a User Expects from a Cooling Water Treatment Vendor
IWC-82-34PD1   true   What Does a User Expect from a Supplier to Improve the Service Factor o
IWC-98-11      true   What Do I Need to Think About When I‘m Thinking About Installing a Reve
IWC-82-34PD3   true   What Questions Should be asked and what Steps Should be Taken by Us
IWC-85-02      true   What Really Happens to Organics in the Water Treatment System Part II:
IWC-85-02D     true   What Really Happens to Organics in the Water Treatment System Part II:
IWC-78~38      true   What Really Happens to Organics in Water Treatment Systems
IWC-82-34PD6   true   What Should a User of Cooling Water Chemicals Expect from a Chemical
IWC-82-34PD7   true   What Should a User of Cooling Water Chemicals Expect from a Chemical
IWC-85-03      true   When Hazardous Waste Threatens the Groundwater
IWC-01-17      true   Where's the Organic Stuff in your Boiler System Coming from?
IWC-05-61      true   White Rust on Galvanized Cooling Towers
IWC-05-61D     true   White Rust on Galvanized Cooling Towers
IWC-62~1       true   Who is Responsible for Our Water?
IWC-91-37      true   Why Morpholine
IWC-63~11      true   Why the Flash Evaporator was Selected
IWC-72~21    true    Wide-Range Conductivity Analyzer Covering Six Decades with One Cell C
IWC-68~5     true    World Power Conference
IWC-04-20    true    Zebra Mussels in an Industrial Setting: A Portable Control Option
IWC-04-20D   true    Zebra Mussels in an Industrial Setting: A Portable Control Option
IWC-05-20    true    Zen and the Art of Cooling Tower Maintenance: Recognizing Ambiguity As
IWC-90-08    true    Zero Blowdown - a Solution for Water Conservation
IWC-90-08D   false   Zero Blowdown - a Solution for Water Conservation
IWC-85-33    true    Zero Blowdown by Sidestream Softening on Cooling Systems of Base Loa
IWC-85-33D   true    Zero Blowdown by Sidestream Softening on Cooling Systems of Base Loa
IWC-73~2     true    Zero Blowdown from Cooling Tower - Problems and Some Answers
IWC-82-04    true    Zero Cooling Tower Discharge Recently Achieved by Side-Stream Softeni
IWC-82-04D   true    Zero Cooling Tower Discharge Recently Achieved by Side-Stream Softeni
IWC-99-33    true    Zero Discharge Process to Regenerate Hydrochloric Acid Pickling Liquor
IWC-99-33D   true    Zero Discharge Process to Regenerate Hydrochloric Acid Pickling Liquor
IWC-01-49    false   Zero Liquid Discharge at Rathdrum Energy Plant
IWC-96-28    true    Zero Liquid Discharge Triple Membrane System Treating Radioactive Was
IWC-96-28D   true    Zero Liquid Discharge Triple Membrane System Treating Radioactive Was
IWC-61~14    true    Zeta Potential Control
IWC-91-10    true    Zinc Based Corrosion Inhibitor Study at the Bruce Mansfield Plant
IWC-06-58    false   ZLD: General Topics of Interest
IWC-07-11    true    ZLD: New Silica Based Inhibitor Chemistry Permits Cost Effective Water C
IWC-07-40    true    ZLD Solutions for the Treatment of FGD Wastewater
IWC-07-40D   true    ZLD Solutions for the Treatment of FGD Wastewater
IWC-06-13    true    ZLD Systems for Power Plants
IWC-08-33    true    ZLD Systems Installed for ENEL Power Plants in Italy
IWC-08-33D   true    ZLD Systems Installed for ENEL Power Plants in Italy
IWC-05-09    true    ZLD Today - Matching Water Treatment Options to Power Generating Pla
IWC-02-06D   true
IWC-02-13D   true
IWC-05-04D   true
IWC-08-38D   true
IWC-09~00    false
      Author & Affiliation List                   Abstract              Keywords                order
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MIKE WADLINGTON, Texas Utilities Generating Company, Dallas, Texas, PAUL GROSS, Datum Company, Houston, Texas,
LEONARD J. BOBICK, Consumers Power Company, Essexville, Michigan    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            This paper will TX andarsenate, reduction ferric aNalco, Houston, TX tower basin
                                                                      arsenic arsenite, from contaminated cooling
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PHILIP K. HAZEN, Texas Municipal Power Agency, Bryan, focus onVANCE LUMME, Ondeochloride, coagulation, filtration, ion
K. ANTHONY SELBY, Water Technology Consultants, Inc., Evergreen, CO                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LEYON O. BRESTEL, Aquatec Chemical International, Inc., Montrose, Colorado, DENNIS COUSINO, Mid Continent Power C
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LEYON O. BRESTEL, Aquatec Chemical International, Inc., Montrose, Colorado, DENNIS COUSINO, Mid Continent Power C
MIKE DALTON, ChemLink, Allison Park, Pennsylvania                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Moderator: B. CHARLES MALLOY, Engineering Science Inc., Berwyn, Pennsylvania, Panelists: WILLIAM WEBSTER, Webste
                                            This paper discusses the design and successful operationPolishers, Separation Ta
DAVID AUERSWALD, JLS Engineering, Redondo Beach, CA                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Cation/Mixed-Bed Polisher, Cation of the first Cation/Mixed
DAVID AUERSWALD, JLS Engineering, Redondo Beach, CA                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN HOFFMAN, Rohm and Haas Company, Philadelphia, PA None                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     NANCY C. MILLHOUSE, Bayer Corp
WALTER ERBSCHWENDNER, Bayer A.G., Leverkusen, Germany, PHILIP W. FATULA,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            A new New Mexico, DEB MUKHOPADHYAY, Independent water conservation, fou
                                                                    been boron, TOC, maintaining 450 Chemical Engineering
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DENNIS MCBRIDE, Intel Corporation, Rio Rancho,technology has Silica,developed for reverse osmosis,ppm and higher levels o
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. H. SMITH, Portals Water Treatment Ltd., Isleworth, United Kingdom, P. W. RENOUF, The Permutit Company of Australia, L
C. CALMON, Consultant, Princeton, New Jersey                        None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. W. THORNTON, D. S. MORELEN, Virginia Power, Yorktown, Virginia   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BILLY D. FELLERS, Texas Utilities, Glen Rose, Texas                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. W. THORNTON, D. S. MORELEN, Virginia Power, Yorktown, Virginia   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
NED P. SWANSON, Northwest Alloys, Addy, Washington, DOUGLAS AUSTIN, Resources Conservation Company, Seattle, W
JAMES D. MAVIS, CH2M Hill, Bellevue, Washington                     None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TERRY M. O'NEAIL, OTTO KIRCHNER, WILLIAM J. DAY, Resources Conservation Company, Seattle, Washington
                                             and ROBERT SOLOMON, GE Water & (IGCC) operations generate large volumes
                                                                     Combined Cycle Process Technologies, Ellicott City, MD
                                                                                              Combined Cycle (IGCC), Zero Liquid
LANNY WEIMER, CAROLINA GONZALEZ, Integrated GasificationIntegrated Gasificationhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            The authors have                                  Combined Cycle of a ZLD system for
WILLIAM MOORE, Fluor Enterprises, Inc., Sugar Land, TX given us a taste of what went into the design (IGCC), Zero Liquid
                                                                    Integrated Gasificationhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            A new chemistry approach provides
                                                                    Zero Blowdown, Waterhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                               Conservation, Green Technology
SAM OWENS, RICK MAXEY, CHEMICO International, Inc., Corpus Christi, TX water savings in hard, alkaline cooling waters.
WILLIAM SHAW, PE, HPD LLC, Pewaukee, WI                             None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
D. P. LOGAN, H. E. NEHUS, A. L. SMITH, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Escher, E. D.                                                                                h
                                                                    Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Walker, J. L., Stephens, J. R.                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
                                            Kalle-Alberts Utility Works supplies 640 m3/h, 2800 gpm, of high Co., Weisbaden K
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHRISTIAN BELTLE, L. & C. Steinmuller Gmbh, Gummersbach, Germany, G. LISSON, InfraServe GmbH & quality boiler feed
HAROLD ARONOVITCH, Hungerford & Terry, Inc., Clayton, NJ None                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Inc.,                      Jersey
GEORGE L. DIMOTSIS, FRANK MCGARVEY, Sybron Chemicals NoneBirmingham, Newhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Conductivity has        the simplest, oldest, most common, most cation and lowes
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID M. GRAY, Mettler-Toledo Thornton, Inc., Bedford, MAbeen conductivity, cation conductivity, degassedreliable conductivit
RICHARD H. ASHCRAFT, ChemTreat, Inc., Ashland, Virginia             None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Halladay, W. B.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Environmental Assessment, Wastewater Treatment
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. M. MOORE, Albemarle Corporation, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, W C. LOTZ, V. R. PERRY, Albemarle Corporation, Magnolia,
J. E. HOOTS, S. J. ARMITAGE, E. W. EKIS, JR., Nalco Chemical None                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Company, Naperville, Illinois, J. M. JOHNSTON, West Texa
JOHN W. SIEGMUND, Sheppard T. Powell Associates, Baltimore,None      Maryland                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RALPH E. MICKEL, Allegheny Power Service Corporation, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, GLENN R. HOLMES, PATRICK C. CAN
I. M. ABRAMS, Duolite International, Inc., Redwood City, CA 94063   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            In an RO system badlyNone with iron, laboratory and pilot studies confirmed perm
WILLIAM E. BORNAK, Aqueous Solutions, Inc., Richboro, PA             fouled                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Metzger, M. I.                                                      Deaeration               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GARY FOUTCH, ALAGAPPAN ARUNACHALAM, Oklahoma StateNone                                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     University, Stillwater, Oaklahoma
Klassen, C. W.                                                                               h
                                                                    Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Corporation, Yokohama, Japan, HIDEAKI KITAJIMA, Chubu Electric Power Co., Th
                                                                    None                      ion exchange resins was studied. In
ICHIRO INAMI, KATSUJI MAEDA, Toshiba The adsorption behavior of leachables on thehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rizzo, J. L.                                                                                 h
                                                                    Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    cooling water, open recirculating, water chemistry and enviro
                                            Balancing cooling system performance with operational, corrosion inhibitor; corrosio
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DANIEL A. MEIER, BARBARA E. MORIARTY, JEFFREY P. RASIMAS and DAVID L. STONECIPHER, ONDEO Nalco Compan
GARY A. LORETITSCH, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, CO                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             JONES, DAVID SHELBACH and S. MITCHELL, Orica Watercare species in the wa
                                                                    None                      resin to target DOC Inc., Watkins, C
PAUL SMITH, MICHAEL BOURKE, SHANEThe MIEX® process uses an anion exchangehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE MICHELETTI, Wayne C. Micheletti, Inc., Charlottesville, VA                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            HPI and CPI manufacturers are Co, Processing conscious and have undertaken e
                                                                    Hydrocarbon Jurong, Singapore
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LAWRENCE HALE, Drew Ameroid Singapore, Ashland Speciality Chemical environmentallyIndustry, Chemical Processing Indu
GREGORY R. ALLAN, Nuclear Fluids, Inc., Redmond, Washington         None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
GEORGE J. CRITS, Cochrane Environmental Systems, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Jaske, R. T.                                                       Environmental Assessment http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
S. M. WOZNIAK, J. R. BALAVAGE, P. J. BATTAGLIA, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM E. ALLMON, Babcock and Wilcox, A McDermott Company, Research and Development DivisionAlliance, Ohio
LO TAN, Orange County Water District, Fountain Valley, CaliforniaNone                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAN WESOLOWSKI, Westinghouse, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania             None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          An innovative process Recovery, segregation, effectively recycle printed circuit boar
                                                                   has                       heavy metals, ion exchange, reverse
PHILIP M. KEMP, U.S. Filter Corporation, Warrendale, Pennsylvania been developed tohttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EDWARD D. NACE, The Purolite Company, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
M. C. GERAGHTY, R. A. LAHTI, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, R. CHIMNEY, BP Oil Company, Toledo, Ohio
ROBERT CUNNINGHAM, Chemisis, Inc., Mission Viejo, CaliforniaNone                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
WAYNE B. HUEBNER, Wallace & Tiernan Division, Pennwalt Corporation, Belleville, New Jersey  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          In the last 10 years, Continuous Electrodeionization (CEDI) technology has evolved
ANIL D. JHA, JOSEPH D. GIFFORD, US Filter Corporation, Lowell, MA  None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DICK SAMPSON, Halox Technologies Corporation, Bridgeport, CT                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ELI SALEM, Ecodyne Limited, Cranford, NJ; DAVID F. TESSIER, E-Cell Corp., Guelph, Ontario, Canada
                                                                   None
DAVID M. GRAY, E. W. SHAFFER, Leeds & Northrup, North Wales, Pennsylvania                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT M. RICKER, Sentry Equipment Corp., Oconomowoc, Wisconsin    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
DAVID M. GRAY, E. W. SHAFFER, Leeds & Northrup, North Wales, Pennsylvania                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Griffin, A. E.                                                     Cooling System Treatment http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          In upstream oil and gas operations, water is co-produced with the crude oil. Treatm
                                                                   Produced Water Montreal, Quebec, oil recovery, oil/water s
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
M.J. PLEBON, SERGE FRASER and MARC SAAD, EARTH (Canada) Corporation, Polishing, dispersedCanada
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
M.J. PLEBON, SERGE FRASER and MARC SAAD, EARTH (Canada) Corporation, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
KUMAR JAIN, Fluor Corporation, Calgary, Alberta, Canada                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ERIC V. MAUGHAN, Krohne (Pty) Ltd., Halfway House, South Africa, GERHARD GERICKE, GERRIT W. LOK, ESKOM, Cleve
                                          Foundries Chemical Company, cupola, sludge, heavy metals, water treatment, phe
                                                                   Foundry, Drew Chemical Division, Boonton, NJ
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROSS K.FULLER, CHRISTOPHER R. LEITZ, Ashlandhave cooling water, boiler water and wastewater treatment requirements
DENNY DORAN, Nalco Chemical Co., Pittsburgh, PA                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Guy, A. M.                                                         Chemical Cleaning        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          This report will provide Bonnyville, the Canada
                                                                   insight                  and challenges to operate a warm lim
MELONIE MYSZCZYSZYN, Canadian Natural Resources Limited, None into AB, affects http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                            cause of infections caused by Legion
                                          Legionella pneumophila is the most common http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
ANDREW COOPER and TOM LINDLEY, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL; NEIL POLWART and ROSS GRANT, Hydrosense Li
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SCOTT M. BOYETTE, PhD, GE Water & Process Technologies, Trevose, PA; JIE LI, KECHAO YANG, JING CHEN, WEIMIN
Cardwell, P. H.                                                    Chemical Cleaning        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           & Wilson noticeable shortage of treatment options combining good
                                                                   Cooling Allen, VA        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN K. FAILON, R. G. GABRIEL, AlbrightThere is a Americas, Inc., Glenwater, corrosion inhibitor, metal-free environmental
                                                                   None
ARTHUR J. FREEDMAN, Arthur Freedman Associates, Inc., East Stroudsburg, PA                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. P. HELWICK, C. D. BLUMENSCHEIN, The Chester Engineers, None     Coraopolis, Pennsylvania,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MORRIS LEE, Alcan Ingot, Henderson, Kentucky, LOIS NEIL, Calgon Corporation, Evansville, Indiana
BOB ROSAIN, CH2M Hill, Bellevue, Washington                        None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Brown, M. H., Hittner, H. J.                                                                h
                                                                   Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          This paper presents results of laboratory and http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Cooling water, algae control, bromine, biocide
                                                                                            field
ANDREW J. COOPER, ANTHONY W. DALLMIER, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, IL studies that evaluated algicidal p
ROBERT D. BARTHOLOMEW, PE, Sheppard T. Powell Associates, LLC, Baltimore, MDhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Pirsh, E. A.                                                       Chemical Cleaning        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Pace, A. A.                                                        Chemical Cleaning        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Freedman, A. J., Shannon, J. E.                                    Cooling System Treatment http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Slicker, J. L.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control,Chemic
                                          Brackish waters are being used insteadFeed-water; Brackish Water; Drum Boilers;
MICHAEL BRIDLE, Mibricon Ltd., Calgary, AB, Canada                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Alkalinity; Boiler of fresh water sources to supplement boile
JOE BODEUX, Imperial Oil Resources, Bonnyville, AB, Canada None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM TRACE, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, CRAIG SZYMKE, Calgon Corporation, Barhamsville, Virginia
RICK KRICHTEN, Betz Incorporated, Trevose, Pennsylvania            None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          A mid south utility installed DROMGOOLE, Fort Bend Services, Inc., Analyses of
                                                                   none                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PHILIP K. HAZEN, Texas Municipal Power Agency, Carlos, TX and JC RO systems for boiler water pretreatment.Stafford, TX f
                                           Phoenix, AZ             None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MYRON SHENKIRYK, HERC Products Inc.,Allied Signal Aerospace became concerned with MIC in their fire protection system
                                                                   None                      Duke Power Company, Charlotte, No
M. J. BELL, Babcock & Wilcox, Lynchburg, Virginia, WM. A. HALLER, Steam Production,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
K. H. FREDERICK, Metropolitan Edison Company, Middletown, Pennsylvania                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
G. J. CRITS, Cochrane Environmental Systems Crane Company, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The present VGB and EPRI guidelines recommend treatment, sodium hydroxide tr
                                                                   Drum-type Technical University application of several boiler
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALBERT BURSIK, Stuttgart University, Germany, JORGEN PETER JENSEN,boilers, all-volatile the of Denmark, Lyngby, Denm
                                                                   None
STEPHEN J. SHULDER, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company, Baltimore, Maryland                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALEXANDER Y. SUPERFIN, PRABHAT KUMAR SINHA, Bechtel Power CorporationGaithersburg, Maryland
                                                                 None
LINDA L. SCHNEIDER, DONOVAN C. HUTCHENS, Omaha Public Power District, Omaha, Nebraska    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES O. ROBINSON, Betz Laboratories, Trevose, Pennsylvania None                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kun, K. A., Kunin, R.                                            Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DENNIS H. STONE, Tampa Electric Company, Tampa, Florida, MICHAEL J. WETHERN, Mitco Water Laboratories, Inc., Wint
MARIO SMITH, Stone & Webster Environmental, Houston, Texas None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Forty, D.                                                        Turbine Deposits        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL W. ROOTHAM, Mike Rootham & IWC-03-12 discussed the results of our review of the use of amines in steam cycle
                                          Associates, Delmont, PA                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Amines, Acetic Acid, Corrosion Control, Electrochemical Tes
                                          Papers relating excellent experience with amine addition have been published. Oth
                                                                 Amines, Acetic Acid, Corrosion Control, Ion Exchange Resin
                                                                                          Siemens Westinghouse, Orlando, FL
MICHAEL W. ROOTHAM, Mike Rootham and Associates, Delmont, PA, J.C. BELLOWS,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Schweitzer, G. W.                                                Cooling System Treatmenthttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
FRANK MCCARTHY, Moneypoint Power Station, Kilrush, County Clare, Ireland                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MIKE SADLER, NEI Thompson Kennicott, West Midland, England None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOSEPH F. SELANN, DAVID BROMLEY Engineering (1983) Ltd., None                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, DILIP P. DESHPANDE, Alberta
DAVID C. AUERSWALD, Southern California Edison, Paramount, None  California              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Finklea, G. A., Jones, R. N.,Crits, G. J.                                                 Ion Exchange
                                                                 Condensate Polishing,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Process improvements and equipment modifications were needed in Rohm and Ha
WENDY N. WATSON, FRANK C. MARINUCCI, Amoco Chemical Company, Decatur, AL, AMY H. LETTOFSKY, order to meet
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Packed bed, retrofit, troubleshooting
ANDRE MEDETE, Dow Chemical Germany                               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Bonner, E. J.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
                                                                 None
WILLIAM LINDENBERGER, DELMAR PRAH, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Illinois          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
MARTIN M. SCHLESINGER, Dravo Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The cost MA            analytical instrumentation, systems has driven research to u
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID M. GRAY, Thornton/Mettler-Toledo, Waltham,of corrosion and deposits in power plantboiler water treatment, cation con
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
D. A. LANGE-KENNEDY, E. L. MIHELIC, U.S. Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, R. G. LUTHY, Carnegie-Mellon Un
WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Radian Corporation, Austin, Texas           None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Silt density GA
ROBERT BRYANT, Chemtrac Systems, Inc., Norcross,index (SDI) has been the standard measurement to predict RO membra
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
GERHARD A. MEYER, ROBERT R. FRABLE, Dow Chemical, U.S.A., Midland, Michigan http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    D.C. THOMAS K. AYRES, WALTER
KATHLEEN A.S. HARDY, JOHN C. COOPER, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
NAOHITO UETAKE, HIDEAKI KUROKAWA, TOSHIO SAWA, Energy Research Laboratory, Hitachi, Ltd., Ibaraki-ken, Japan
                                                                                          stringent NPDES permit limits treatm
HAKAN GURLEYUK, PH.D., RUSS GERARDS Applied SpeciationFlue gas desulfurization, FGD, power plant, selenium on sele
                                                                  and Consulting, LLC, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Many power plants are struggling to meet theTukwila, WA
Andres, R. F.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
IRV KINNEY, JIM VINSON, Halliburton Services, Duncan, Oklahoma   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MIKE E. ROGERS, HOWARD HAMILTON, ADE OSENI, Syncrude Canada, Ltd., Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada
MYRA BURGESS, Commonwealth Edison Company, Maywood, Illinois     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
JAMES C. BELLOWS, Westinghouse Steam Turbine-Generator Division, Orlando, Florida        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
JAMES C. BELLOWS, Westinghouse Steam Turbine-Generator Division, Orlando, Florida        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES K. RICE, PE, Consulting Engineer, Olney, Maryland          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
CHRISTOPHER R. RYAN, Geo-Con, Incorporated, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
F. BARRY NEWMAN, GAI Consultants, Inc., Monroeville, PennsylvaniaNone                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                          W. STANTON, California State Unive
BEN C. EDMONDSON, Inquiry Computer Systems, Ltd., San Louis Obispo, California, L.http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
ROBERT FAUST, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
DOUGLAS K. BENDER, C.M. FINLEY, Rohrback Cosasco Systems, Santa Fe Springs, California   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RAY BAUM, Craft Products Company, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Coal bed methane, CBM, is one of the most important and weak acid cation resin,
                                                                 REINSEL, Hydrometrics, Incorporated, Helena, MT
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BOB BRADLEY, Hydrometrics, Incorporated, Houston, TX, MARK Coal bed methane, produced water, fastest growing energy s
KHALED MOFTAH, Aquatech International Corp., Canonsburg,PA                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
DAVID F. MCLAUGHLIN, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL C. GOTTLIEB, ResinTech, Cherry Hill, New Jersey          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
DAVID F. MCLAUGHLIN, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Ochs, J. N.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Water Resource Management
                                                                 glutaraldehyde, Dow Chemical Company, Bound Brook, coo
                                          The use of two PA; M.G. finding The DBNPA, 2,2‘-dibromo-nitrilopropionamide, L
                                                                                          in controlling microbial growth in NJ;
G.A. GANZER, The Dow Chemical Company, Buckingham,biocides is FREID, greater usehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Ulmer, R. C.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVE KARLOVICH, JOE KOSTYAL, Betz Industrial, Trevose, Pennsylvania, LAURA WEBER, GPU Three Mile Island Nuclear
ANON                                                             None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVE KARLOVICH, JOE KOSTYAL, Betz Industrial, Trevose, Pennsylvania, LAURA WEBER, GPU Three Mile Island Nuclear
                                             The Electric Birmingham, AL; TERRY Alabama Power Company and Farleyof Alab
                                                                   Cooling water, chemical treatment, sodium hypochlorite, cor
                                                                                             PAULINE BROWN, University Nucle
WILLIAM E. GARRETT, JR., Alabama Power Company, Power Research Institute, SELF, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ORIN HOLLANDER, HOLLANDER Technologies, Inc. Jamison, PA                                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             PAULINE BROWN, University of Alab
WILLIAM E. GARRETT, JR., Alabama Power Company, Birmingham, AL; TERRY SELF, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Ohio,                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS M. BACHEY, Cincinnati Gas & Electric, New Richmond, None ELLEN ADAMSKI, Illinois Water Treatment, Rockford
                                             Adequate control of biofouling in cooling systems is not always realized when using
CHARLES ASCOLESE, GE Water & Process Technologies, Port Matilda, PA                          Sessile, Planktonic, Sulfate Reducing
                                                                   Biodispersant, Biofilm, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ANDREW COOPER, Ph.D., Nalco Company, Naperville, IL                None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHARLES ASCOLESE, GE Water & Process Technologies, Port Matilda, PANone                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kunin, R., Kittle, P.                                              Ion Exchange             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARCELLO BARTOLETTI, R. Dona, S.P.A., Milan, Italy                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kahler, H. L., George, C.,Betz, W. H., Betz, C. D.                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Cooling Sy
                                             WaterMD (the Program) IL; comprehensive program for Boiling Water Reactors (B
MIKE SHEPHERD, GE Water and Process Technologies, Naperville,is a ERIC GARDNER,Nuclear, Fuel, FME, Filtration, Chem
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   WaterMD, BWR, PWR, GE-Hitachi Nuclear Energy, Wilmin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MIKE SHEPHERD, GE Water and Process Technologies, Naperville, IL; ERIC GARDNER, GE-Hitachi Nuclear Energy, Wilmin
MYRON FELDMAN, Sentry Equipment Corp., Oconomowoc, WI None                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID M. GRAY, Thornton Inc., Waltham, MA                          Dissolved oxygen, cycle chemistry treatment, ultrapure wate
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Dissolved oxygen instrumentation has been developed that increases the reliability
                                              Corporation, Baton Rouge, bromine biocide,1,3-dibromo-5,5-dimethylhydantoin, m
                                                                   Solid LA                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. N. HOWARTH, C. J. NALEPA, AlbemarleA solid, bromine-releasing biocide which is chlorine-free has been developed for tre
TIMOTHY E. KEISTER, CWT, ProChemTech International, Inc., Brockway, PA                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM E. HAGSTRAND, The Lubrizol Corporation, Wickliffe, Ohio    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ANDREW J. SHARPE, Jr., Consultant, Polyelectrolyte Manufacture & Application, Midland, Georgia
                                                                   None
RICHARD K. SCHMIDT, Industrial Waste Treatment Division, Ecodyne, Union, New Jersey         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
WILLIAM L. K. SCHWOYER, The Permutit Company, Inc., Princeton, New Jersey                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
NICHOLAS J. NITTI, The Permutit Company, Paramus, New Jersey       None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             A new Molybdate/zinc program (10 ppm as Brazil, WILTON JOSÉ LO zinc) was S
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
M. MONACO, Usina Santa Cruz, Ometto Paven Group Américo Brasiliense, San Paulo,Molybdate plus four ppm of GIÚDICE, te
MICHAEL E. ROGERS, Syncrude Canada Ltd., Alberta, Canada None                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN HALE, Orbisphere Laboratories, Geneva, Switzerland            None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             The success of boiler water treatment programs is contingent upon feeding
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BONNIE HARRIS, Nalco Company, Burlington, Ontario, Canada and ROGER FOWEE, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL the rec
                                             A new all organic West Midlands, U.K., BRIAN K.corrosion inhibitor, & Wilson Amer
                                                                   Cooling water, all organic, FAILON, Albright soft inhibition
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN L. DOWNWARD, Albright & Wilson U.K. Ltd., Warley, corrosion inhibitor, PCM, delivers exceptional corrosionwater, env
JIM HAFF, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA                       None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Open recirculating cooling towers are inherently highly Northwich, Simulation,
                                                                   Cooling Tower, Control System, Variability,
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DONALD JOHNSON, Nalco Corporation, Naperville, IL; GEOFF TOWNSEND, Nalco Corporation, variable systems with kinetic
KUMAR SINHA, Bechtel Corporation, Frederick, MD                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
D. G. CUISIA, E. S. LAWSON, P. GABRIS, Grace Dearborn, W.R. Grace & Co., Lake Zurich, Illinois, M. FRYER, Grace Dearb
                                                                   None
REGIS R. RUMPF, Drew Industrial Division, Ashland Chemical, Inc., Boonton, New Jersey       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALBERT BURSIK, Grosskraftwerk Mannheim AG, Mannheim, West Germany  None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES D. SHIVERS, Water Treatment Corporation. Member of the Portals Group, City of Industry, California
Frith, C. F.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
                                             A C. PIERCE, resistant azole (HRA) has been developed for protection
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KURT M. GIVEN, ROGER C. MAY, CLAUDIAnew halogen BetzDearborn Water Management Group, Trevose, PA of copper
DONALD A. JOHNSON, Nalco Chemical Co., Naperville, IL              None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KURT M. GIVEN, ROGER C. MAY, CLAUDIA C. PIERCE, BetzDearborn Water Management Group, Trevose, PA
                                             A new high Science Co., Ltd., Kanagawa,high recovery, highHOLLOWAY, Kennico
                                                                   Reverse osmosis, Japan; JEFFERY rejection pilot tested
                                                                                             has been developed and
SHUICHI CHINO, ISAMAU SUGIYAMA, Nomura Micro efficiency reverse osmosis designhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL GOTTLIEB, Resin Tech, Inc., Cherry Hill, NJ                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             A new modular EDI system offers design flexibility and is easily TVA DAVID F. flo
                                                                     TVA Brown's Ferry Nuclear Plant, Athens, AL,
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM E. HAAS, Ecolochem, Inc., Norfolk, VA, JAY GRAFTON,EDI, electrodeionisation, modular, E-Cell,scalable for high TE
LI ZHANG, Ionics Incorporated, Watertown, MA                       None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             This paper describes aNone high performance dead-end ultrafiltration process suita
EMMANUEL DOUSSIERE, Aquasource, Toulouse, France                     new                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
ROBERT S. BOYNTON, CLIFFORD J. LEWIS, National Lime Association, Lakewood, Col.             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHARLES J. MCCORMICK, Dravo Lime Co., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania     None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CYRIL K. MACNEIL, New Brunswick Electric Power Commission, Point Lepreau, New Brunswick, Canada, MARVIN D. SILBER
K. ANTHONY SELBY, Water Technology Consultants, Chicago, Illinois  None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              KITTERINGHAM, Celgard is present as dissolved carbon dioxide gas, membrane
AMIT SENGUPTA, FRED WIESLER, BETHWhen inorganic carbon, IC, Inc., Charlotte, NC             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SHARON S. SLOAT, MICHAEL BUCK, Hach Chemical Co., Ames, Iowa       None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             a new technology is available for a backwashable depth filter Ltd., provides a Sur
                                                                    GRAEME K. PEARCE, Ph.D., Kalsep, membrane technolog
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES A. BELL, Smith & Loveless, Inc., Lenexa, Kansas City, Dr. prefiltration, filtration, reverse osmosis,whichCamberley, nom
DAVID C. AUERSWALD, Southern California Edison, Paramount, None     California              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
G. R. GROVES, Epoc Water, Inc., Fresno, California                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
RANDOLPH L. TRUBY, UOP Fluid Systems Corporation, San Diego, California                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
D. BLOOM , L. R. GESS, Nalco Chemical Company, Oak Brook, Illinois    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD E. ROZELLE, Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan           None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None                    Texas
CHARLES R. MADDOX, Division of Water Hygiene, Texas Department of Health, Austin,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
AL STENGEL, Virginia Power Company, Surry, Virginia, JEROME None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      EARLS, Radiological & Chemical Technology Inc., San Jose
                                            A new-generation, single-feed, liquid brominehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                       C. STEVENS, Albemarle Corp, Baton Rouge, LA for disin
                                                                                              biocide has been developed
JONATHAN N. HOWARTH, CHRIS J. NALEPA, R. M. MOORE, L.Stabilized bromine chloride, liquid bromine biocide, microbio
Henn, E. L.                                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
                                                                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
S. M. TAMBORINI, Ventron Corporation, Beverly, Massachusetts, F. HORSFALL, General Environmental Science Corporation
                                            This report will discuss the use CA              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GLENN REYNOLDS, ROBERT GLOD, New Logic International, Emeryville,of vibrational shear in UF, NF and RO membrane w
Garner, R. L.                                                         Chemical Cleaning      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None
J. M. SIMONSON, DONALD A. PALMER, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES C. BELLOWS, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Orlando, Florida None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None
J. M. SIMONSON, DONALD A. PALMER, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ANDERS WIK, Vattenfall Energisystem AB, Vallingby, Sweden             None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. S. GILL, Ph.D., Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania None                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD H. ASHCRAFT, ChemTreat, Inc., Richmond, Virginia None                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Utilities and industrial plants OK, replacement, methyl ethyl Specialty MEKO, oxyg
                                                                      Hydrazine EMERY tohttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                              investigate hydrazine replacement al
THOMAS H. PIKE, Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, Fort Towson,are continuingLANGE, Ashland ketoxime, Chemical Co
                                                                      None
GEORGE F. HAYS, JENNY THOM, Drew Industrial Division, Boonton, New Jersey                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None                   SHEARER, Betz Laboratories, Inc., B
H. A. CHAGNARD, T. J. TVEDT, Dow Chemical Company, Plaquemine, Louisiana, B. L. http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None
DAVID E. SIMON II, Cyrus Wm. Rice Division, NUS Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            This paper provides an overview of Antonio, TX
ROBERT KELSEY, DAVE KOONTZ, WILEY WANG, VRTX Technologies, San the patented VRTX technology which allows for
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Wayne C. Micheletti, Inc., Charlottesville, VA                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            SAGD Sugar Land, TX contains water; Steam Assisted Gravity with (SAGD); Cyc
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RAFIQUE JANJUA, PE, Fluor Daniel Corporation., produced waterProduceddissolved and suspended solidsDrain heavy emulsi
PETER MIDGLEY, Christ Water Technology Americas, LLC, New Britain, CT None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            This report takes         Electrodeionization, CEDI, ultrapure water, thick cell, layered
                                                                                             of continuous electrodeionization com
JOSEPH GIFFORD, DEVEN ATNOOR, USFilter, Lowell, MA a brief look at the evolution http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             KASHI BANERJEE, laboratory-scale study to DI NARDO, and magnesium and si
                                                                      softening, DEE, MARK determine the viability of a ballasted
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHARLES D. BLUMENSCHEIN, P.E. DEE, USFilter conducted aPH.D., P.E.,high rate clarification, calcium,ERICA BLUMENSC
J. C. DROMGOOLE, Fort Bend Services, Inc., Stafford, Texas, USA                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None
ROBERT L. SOLOMON, DANIEL J. PETERSON, Resources Conservation Co., Bellevue, Washington      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM J. MERZ, Calgon Carbon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Butler, W. S.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Clarification and Contact Softening, Ion Exchange
                                            Laboratory and pilot Africa; S.E. WILKENS, Buckman Laboratories the Ltd, Bedfo
                                                                      cooling tower, process http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                               performed to corrosion, scaling, foul
W.D. SAUNDERS, Sasol Technology (Pty) Ltd, Secunda, South plant scale test work was cooling water, quantify(Pty)achievable
W.D. SAUNDERS, Sasol Technology (Pty) Ltd, Secunda, South Africa                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Wayne C. Micheletti, Inc., Charlottesville, VA                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None                   Illinois
ROBERT BRADLEY, JOSEPH HOOLEY, Arrowhead Industrial Water, Inc., Lincolnshire, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HAROLD CHAGNARD, The Dow Chemical Company, Plaquemine, Louisiana      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             T. Powell Associates, LLC, Baltimore, MD
                                                                      None                     science and experience relating to al
ROBERT BARTHOLOMEW, PE, Sheppard The goal of this session is to state the currenthttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Wackenhuth, E. C., Levine, G.                                         Biological Control     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            The study focused on Electrostatic Water Treatment. This technology Q. MCLAINE
                                                                      cooling water treatment, electrostatic water treatment, electr
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN P. COULTER, CESAR A. SILEBI, and C. ALEXIS BENNETT, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA; and PAULutilizes bacte
                                                                      None
J. IRVING, J. A. DALE, Purolite International Limited, Pontyclun, Wales                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. T. MCNULTY, M. EUMANN, C. A. BEVAN, V. C. T. TAN, Rohm None                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      and Haas Company, Spring House, Pennsylvania,
                                                                      None
JAMES T. MCNULTY, CLAUDE A, BEVAN, Rohm and Haas Company, Springhouse, Pennsylvania          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DOMINIC A. D‘ANGELO, Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Berwick, Pennsylvania, DAVID J. MORGAN, Pennsylvania Pow
                                                                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SUE HOBART, Adams & Hobart, Fremont, California                       None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DOMINIC A. D‘ANGELO, Susquehanna Steam Electric Station, Berwick, Pennsylvania, DAVID J. MORGAN, Pennsylvania Pow
                                                                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS LOCKWOOD, GEORGE WADDINGTON, Ionpure Technologies, Bedford, Massachusetts, PAUL PARISE, Stone an
THOMAS A. DAVIS, Graver Water, Union, New Jersey                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              P.E., R.F. MICHELS chemical feed and control system hasGroup developed Penns
                                                                      Coordinated phosphate/ pH, automated controller, boiler, co
                                                                                              Management been Horsham, for co
LORAINE A. HUCHLER, P.E., C. CALLOW,An on-line automated II, BetzDearborn Waterhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HAROLD CHAGNARD, The Dow Chemical Company, Plaquemine, Louisiana      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None
M. L. SAMUELSON, S. B. MCCONNELL, E. F. HOY, Dowell Schlumberger, Tulsa, Oklahoma            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None
JOHN W. SCHUMANN, City of Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, Los Angeles, California http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None
M. L. SAMUELSON, S. B. MCCONNELL, E. F. HOY, Dowell Schlumberger, Tulsa, Oklahoma            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STANLEY B. MCCONNELL, Dowell Schlumberger, Tulsa, Oklahoma, JAMES RUCK, Dowell Schlumberger, Torrance, Californ
ROBERT CHIESA, RMT Inc., Madison, Wisconsin                           None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STANLEY B. MCCONNELL, Dowell Schlumberger, Tulsa, Oklahoma, JAMES RUCK, Dowell Schlumberger, Torrance, Californ
                                                                    the research on            of drum boiler water constituents c
                                           This report will discusswater chemistry, volatility research, all Research Institute,wa
                                                                                            Electric Power volatile treatment, Pa
ALROY ASCHOFF, Electric Power Research Institute Consultant, and BARRY DOOLEY,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   methyl ethyl ketoxime (MEKO), during unit shutdowns and o
                                           Feedwater heater shells are frequently left unprotected Ashland Water Technologie
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TOM PIKE, Western Farmers Electric Co-operative, Fort Towson, OK; DOUGLAS DEWITT-DICK,cyclohexylamine, morpholine
                                           Effective cooling water monitoring does not only microbiological control, chemical
                                                                    Sasolburg, South fouling,
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RENEE JACOBS, MARYKE KRUGER, Sasol Chemical Industries,Corrosion, scaling,Africa depend on the application of the la
                                                                   None                     Ltd., Sheffield, England, Y. G. MUSS
E. E. WILLIAMS, B. KNOX-HOLMES, M. F. DIPROSE, Biofouling and Corrosion Control, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALAN L. SMITH, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania        None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     Ltd., Sheffield, England, Y. G. MUSS
E. E. WILLIAMS, B. KNOX-HOLMES, M. F. DIPROSE, Biofouling and Corrosion Control, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES K. RICE, Consulting Engineer, Olney, Maryland                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Many Westmont, national, and state health department laboratories currently test f
DIANE MISKOWSKI, MPH, EMSL Analytical Inc., private, the NJ None                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GEORGE PLUME, CYRIL MACNEIL, New Brunswick Electric Power Commission, Lepreau, New Brunswick, Canada, PETER
                                                                   None
FRANCES M. CUTLER, Southern California Edison Company, Paramount, California               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This report outlines the makeup water treatment programs and steam/water cycle c
                                                                                           Light and Power Company Limited, S
WAYNE E.G. YEARWOOD, C. ANDREA JORDAN, WAYNE O'B. PRESCOD, Barbados http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JANET E. STOUT, PH.D., Infectious Disease Section,VA Medical Center Pittsburgh, PA http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DOUGLAS B. DEWITT-DICK, Drew Industrial Div., Boonton, New Jersey  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BARRY W. VIAL, Duke Power Company, Charlotte, North CarolinaNone                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
JACK K. SCHMOTZER, Babcock & Wilcox, Research & Development Division                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
M. A. WINTERS, Amoco Research Center, Naperville Illinois, H. KLEE, Amoco Oil Company, Whiting, Illinois
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California, CHARLES D. HARDY, Heat Exchanger Syst
Reilly, P. B.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Clarification and Contact Softening, Ion Exchange
                                           Historical records indicate that crude            activated carbon (AC) – charcoal from
GARY L. HATCH, PH.D., TARA KOELE, Pentair Filtration, Inc., Sheboygan, WI forms ofhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
                                                                    MICHAEL SEMMENS, Biofilm, Advective Engineering, Un
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALI R. AHMADI MOTLAGH, JABIN JOSEPH, TIMOTHY LAPARA,Hollow-fiber Membrane,Department of CivilFlow, Ammonium
ENOS STOVER, PH.D,; The Stover Group, Stillwater, OK               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Bonewitz, R. A., Blaze, G. C.,Wanderer, E. T.                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Corrosion Control - Aluminum, Distillation
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS W. ISAAC, ALEX J. KORVIN, ROBERT S. KLONOWSKI, Wright Chemical Corporation, Schiller Park, Illinois
TIMOTHY KEISTER, Brockway, Incorporated, Brockway, Pennsylvania    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           In the last ten years, many publications in thehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALBERT BURSIK, PowerPlant Chemistry GmbH, Neulussheim, Germany     None                     fossil cycle chemistry-related literatur
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN P. HERNON, LI ZHANG, LINDA R. SIWAK, ERIK J. SCHOEPKE, Ionics, Incorporated, Watertown, Massachusetts
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN P. HERNON, R. HILDA ZANAPALIDOU, LI ZHANG, LINDA R. SIWAK, ERIK J. SCHOEPKE, Ionics,Inc., Watertown, M
THOMAS A. DAVIS, Consultant, Graver Water, Union, New Jersey       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN P. HERNON, R. HILDA ZANAPALIDOU, LI ZHANG, LINDA R. SIWAK, ERIK J. SCHOEPKE, Ionics,Inc., Watertown, M
Brunotts, V. A.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Filtration, Wastewater Treatment
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM A. KASSEN, NWT Corporation, San Jose, California, J. M. BURGER, Empire State Electric Energy Research Corpor
Atwood, K. L., Martucci, J. A.                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER S. CARTWRIGHT, C3 International, Inc., Roseville, Minnesota  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GIL K. DHAWAN, Applied Membranes, San Diego, California            None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Ultrafiltration, Wilmington, fiber ultrafiltration membrane filtr
                                           EME-Homer City Generation LP installed a hollowMAChemical Pretreatment, Chem
                                                                                           Water,
BENJAMIN T. ANTRIM, BRIAN M. KILCULLEN, Koch Membrane Systems, Inc., Drinking http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JANTJE JOHNSON, FilmTec Corporation, Edina, MN                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Stone, W. J.                                                       Cooling System Treatmenthttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    TAYLOR, Betz Industrial, Houston, T
KENNETH B. MANCINI, Betz Equipment Systems, Horsham, Pennsylvania, ERNEST G. http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN M. PUGSLEY, Consultant, ARD Environmental, Inc.               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOEL MCELRATH, Consumers Energy, Covert, MI                        None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Implementation of revision 4 of the EPRI PWR Secondary Water Chemistry Guidel
JEFFREY GARDNER, Pacific Gas & Electric, Avila Beach, CA           None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TAKESHI IZUMI, YOUSHI OHMORI, MASAHIRO HAGIWARA, TAKAO INO, TATSUYA DEGUCHI, Ebara Corporation, Kanag
PHILIP D'ANGELO, JoDan Technologies, Ltd., Glen Mills, PennsylvaniaNone                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT J. JOYCE, YOSHIHIRO TAKAHASHI, Dohrmann Division of Xertex Corporation, Santa Clara, California, LOUIS F. W
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ERICH W. TIEPEL, Resource Technologies Group, Inc., Denver, Colorado, JACOB SHORR, Memtek Corporation, Woburn, M
                                           The treatment Oakville, Ontario, Canada
                                                                   None                    has become one of the most critical is
JAMES HOTCHKIES, P.Eng., ZENON Environmental Inc., of wastewater to reuse quality http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN SCHUBERT, P.E., EnCoss, Monroeville, PA                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BARRY GRUSKO, JOHN DILIDDO, Technicon Industrial Systems,None       Tarrytown, New York http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STEVE LERMAN (Affilaition N/A)                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Shoemaker, M. J.                                                   Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES R. WILSON, The Purolite Company, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, CLAUDE GAUTHIER, The Purolite Company, Hamilt
                                         This paper discusses the use ofosmosis, RO,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KAREN CLARK, Anatel Corporation, Boulder, CO                                             total organic carbon, TOC, microfiltra
                                                                Reverse an on-line TOC analyzer for monitoring RO memb
McCartney, D., Beamer, N. H.                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
LEE COMB, ANITA TUCH, Osmonics, Inc., Minnetonka, Minnesota     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
WILLIAM J. CONLON, Stone & Webster Technology Services, Fort Lauderdale, Florida http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
J. J. BURCHILL, E. J. FULLER, Drew Division of Ashland Chemical, Boonton, New Jersey    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Adams, R. C.                                                    Deaeration              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES 0. ROBINSON, Betz Industrial, Trevose, Pennsylvania, A. W. FYNSK, Consultant, Wilmington, Delaware
TIMOTHY E. KEISTER, Brockway, Inc., Brockway, Pennsylvania None                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 North
JOHN C. PETERSON, Wright Chemical Corporation, Greensboro, None Carolina                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
THEODORE PICKERING, BETTY J. WHITE, Florida Power & Light Company, Fort Myers, Florida  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
MICHAEL O'BRIEN, ROBERT KUNIN, GEORGE C. FLYNN, Graver Water Division Union, New Jersey http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kunin, R., Hetherington, R.                                     Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Previous studies have discussed the concentration of amines in humidified room ai
                                                                                        BIESZK, P.E., Armstrong Internationa
DANIEL M. CICERO, CAROL B. BATTON, Nalco Chemical Co., Naperville, IL, DAVID A. http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
K. ANTHONY SELBY, Water Technology Consultants, LLC, Evergreen, CO                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                CPP, SHINTARO TSUZUKI, Rohm plant (CPP) resins deve
TOMOAKI ITO, YUSUKE NAGETA. OrgalloThis paper describesJapan, gel type cation exchange resins, porous type anion exc
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Corporation, Tokyo, new generation condensate polishingand Haas, Tokyo, Japan
Harmsworth, R. V.                                                                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Cooling System Treatment, Water Resource Management
                                                                None
PAUL G. BLYSTONE, PAUL E. LARSON, Hach Company, Loveland, Colorado                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
G. D. HANSEN                                                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LINDA YOUNG-BANDALA, Dearborn Chemical Company, Lake Zurich, Illinois, RALPH J. KAJDASZ, Dearborn Chemical Com
                                                                None
WILLIAM G. CHARACKLIS, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHARLES J. SCHELL, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
SALLIE FISHER, GERARD OTTEN, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, Pennsylvania                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
STEPHEN C. FOOR, Illinois Water Treatment Company, Rockford, Illinois                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
SALLIE FISHER, GERARD OTTEN, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, Pennsylvania                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         The corrosion rate in closed steam Glenwood be determined by the hydrogen in th
                                                                Corrosion, real-time, rate monitoring,
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BROWN T. HAGEWOOD, JEFFREY J. KOST, Long Island Lighting Company, cycles can Landing, NY hydrogen, closed steam
                                                                None
ROBERT D. BARTHOLOMEW, Sheppard T. Powell Associates, LLC, Baltimore, Maryland          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN WEBB, Nalco Chemical Company,Naperville, IL                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Horton, R. K.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Ion Exchange, Wastewater Treatment,Water Resource Man
RUSS GREEN, GPU Nuclear, Middletown, PA                         None                     discussed in relation to system usag
                                         Examples of areas with advanced MIC will behttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    Ltd., Bombay, India
V. C. MAISHE, B. B. SHAHI, S. N. CHILEKAR, S. S. SHIRODKAR, Ion Exchange (India) http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         MIC occurs in cooling water and relatedinfluenced corrosion, MIC, prediction indice
RICHARD W. LUTEY, PH.D., RW Lutey & Associates, Inc., Memphis, TN, ARTHURprocess water systems when a unique com
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Microbiologically STEIN, Stone & Webster Engineering Inc
ALAN SMITH, ONDEO Nalco Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, PA                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KENNETH SOEDER, CHARLES GOLDEY, Jamestown Chemical Company, Inc., West Haven, Connecticut, JAMES MOCKRI
Venezky, D. L.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
Atwood, K. L.                                                   Chemical Cleaning       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rice, J. K.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Cooling Sy
                                                                Babcock & Wilcox Company, Alliance, Ohio, A. BANWEG, B
F. J. POCOCK, Consultant, Casselberry, Florida, N. J. MRAVICH, None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Chemicals, Northport,Calcium carbonate scale, saturation cooling water is the ioni
                                                                  for                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DR. DAN VANDERPOOL, Laurel FunctionalThe most common tool AL assessing treatment options for levels, LSI, spreadshee
ROB FERGUSON, Kimberton , PA                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DR. DAN VANDERPOOL, Laurel Functional Chemicals, Northport, AL                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Electric                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LYNN MILLER, Salem Nuclear Generating Station, Public Service None and Gas, Hancock Bridge, New Jersey
                                         Since 1988, RICHARD M. MODE, Ecolochem, Inc., St. Peters, MO
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BILL SAULSBERRY, Ecolochem, Inc., Baytown, TX and a 3,340,000 lbs/hr, 2800 psi boiler with copper/nickel tubes in the main
JAMES DROMGOOLE, Fort Bend Services, Inc., Stafford, TX                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EDGAR F. HOY, Dowell Schlumberger, Tulsa, Oklahoma              None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JIM DARTEZ, Royce Instrument Corporation, New Orleans, LouisianaNone                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Buggie, F. D.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Wastewat
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GEORGE J. CRITS, D. R. ZIMMERMAN, J. P. PRATT, Cochrane Environmental Systems, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
JAMES BENKE, City Public Service, San Antonio, Texas            None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
J. W. SIEGMUND, Sheppard T. Powell Associate, Baltimore, Maryland                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Moderator: Deborah Bloom, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL,                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Moderator: Edward Beardwood, Ashland Chemical Drew Division, Ajax, Ontario,             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Van Stone, G. R.                                                                        h
                                                                Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Harpel, W. L., James, E. W.                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Cooling System Treatment, Wastewater Treatment,Water R
S. S. HEBERLING, Dionex Corporation, Sunnyvale, California      None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Reduced budgets Baton Rouge, LA and JAMES KEANE, NewPage Corporation, C
                                                                                        chemicals and services increases the
THOMAS W. WOLFE, Wolfe Water Treatment Services, LLC,for water treatment-related http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
VIRGINIA DURHAM, Hercules Incorporated, Philadelphia, PA                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Products for water treatment should be
                                                                Environment, product selection, basis of broad range of a
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROY MANLEY, BetzDearborn Water Management Group, Horsham, Pennsylvania selected on theadditives,acost, safety, regul
                                         This paper looks at the results of autopsies on 150 eight-inch polyamide membrane
EDWARD G. DARTON, MAQSOOD FAZEL, ONDEO Nalco Chemical Company, Northwich, UK            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         In its efforts JOE SZCZEPANSKI, GE Osmonics,   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVE PAULSON, BILL LAIDLAW, MIKE MADSEN, and to continually improve depth filtration technology and performance, GE
PETER F. METCALFE, Toray Membrane America, San Diego, CA                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    I. LERMAN, Consolidated Edison of N
W. E. ALLMON, S. J. POTTERTON, The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Alliance, Ohio, S. http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
W. W. FRENIER, K. J. LOESCHER, Dowell Division, Dow Chemical Company, Tulsa, Oklahoma   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. S. LEEDY, Babcock & Wilcox, Alliance, Ohio                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Technologies that allow Electric Power Research Institute, Taejon, South Korea, G
                                                                Steam generator, deposit management, operate without de
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JEON-SOO MOON, KWANG-KYU PARK, SEOK-WON YUN, Koreanuclear plant steam generator tubing todeposit analysis, co
RONALD D. WINE, Ronald D. Wine Consulting, Harrisburg, PA                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ARIEL BARBOSA DE CARVALHO, Aco Minas Gerais S.A., Ouro Branco, MG, Brazil, CARLOS EDUARDO KURLBAUM, Buck
                                         Nalco, Brazil, JOAO the implementation of an innovative outsourcing policy in a la
                                                                 LINS NETO, AMILCAR A. SALES, Copene, Brazil
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAULO S.S. SANTIAGO, JOILTON SILVA, This report describesB.Boiler water, outsourcing, steam system, oxygen corrosion,
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. S. BRUNTLETT, V. P. MURPHY, International Paper, Mansfield, Louisianna, V. K. PURI, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pe
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. E. ALLEN, Louisiana Power & Light Company, Killona, Louisiana, R. D. MCCULLOUGH, Radian Corporation, Austin, Texas
DALE SOPOCY, Sargent & Lundy, Chicago, Illinois                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         The triple membrane system Membrane Process, Reverse Osmosis, Gas Transfer
ALLISON MOODY, GE Mobile Water, Norfolk, VA                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Triple consists of the following technologies: Reverse Osmo
Minder, J. W.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
                                         Audits                 System Audit, Reversehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                         osmosis
JANE KUCERA, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL of industrial systems, such as cooling systems, have been a common practi
SCOTT BEARDSLEY, The Dow Chemical Company, Minneapolis,None      MN                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         The United States                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SCOTT R. DISMUKES, DKW Law Group, PC, Pittsburgh, PA Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. EPA, will likely target wa
MARK CHERESNOWSKY, ONDEO Industrial Solutions, Richmond. VA                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CARL SCHEERER, Central Illinois Public Service Company, Springfield, Illinois, ELI SALEM, Graver Water Division of The Gra
                                                                None
JAMES T. MCNULTY, Rohm and Hans Research Laboratories, Spring House, Pennsylvania       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Bingham, E. C., Chopra, R. C.                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Ion Exchange, Reverse Osmosis,Wastewater Treatment
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EVERETT J. FULLER, Consultant, Drew Industrial Division, Boonton, New Jersey, DOUGLAS B. DEWITT-DICK, Drew Industr
                                         This paper details the conceptFL;,; GEORGEhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Coral, osmosis, high PATRICK,wastewater, membranes, p
                                                                                         recovery, in a very high recovery re
MICHAEL HUMPHREYS, , Membrane Systems Corporation, CapeReverseof using permeate recycle Parsons Engineering Scie
DENNIS MCBRIDE, Intel Corp., Rio Rancho, NM                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Stillwell, F. T., Strub, J. W.                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Boiler Corrosion and Control, Ion Exchange
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
M. J. WOOTTEN, G. ECONOMY, T. S. BULISCHECK, Westinghouse Research Laboratories, Pittsburgh, PA
                                                                None                    Company, Alliance, Ohio
FREDERICK J. POCOCK, Alliance Research Center, R & D Div., The Babcock & Wilcox http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
M. J. WOOTTEN, G. ECONOMY, T. S. BULISCHECK, Westinghouse Research Laboratories, Pittsburgh, PA
                                         A direct, on-line methodology and device based upon
                                                                Automation, boiler, captive alkalinity, chemical Flow Injectio
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT RUMELFANGER, KEITH J. SALAMONY, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvaniathe principles offeed control, c
HAROLD CHAGNARD, The Dow Chemical Company, Plaquemine, LouisianaNone                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Martin, H. J.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Clarificatio
Greer, W. N.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
YONG H. KIM, PHIL KISER, Stranco, Inc., Bradley, Illinois       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Martin, H. J.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Clarificatio
FRANK MORENSKI, Graver Water, Union, New Jersey                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
ROBERT G. COOK, Jr., Modular Environmental Technologies, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROGER L. STRAND, Stranco, Inc., Bradley, Illinois               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hayman, R. H.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Cooling Sy
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MASATAKA SUDA, Kyushu Electric Power Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, YASUTO FUTAGOISHI, Nikkiso Company, Ltd., Tokyo, Ja
JAN STODOLA, Ontario Hydro, Toronto, Ontario, Canada            None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MASATAKA SUDA, Kyushu Electric Power Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, YASUTO FUTAGOISHI, Nikkiso Company, Ltd., Tokyo, Ja
Coleman, P. H.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Clarificatio
Goldstein, P.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RUSS GREEN, Amergen Energy, Middletown, PA                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Thia Technologies, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LUIS CARVALHO, P.Eng., GE Water & Process paper willl discuss water treatment technologies such as membrane separatio
ROBERT J. CUNNINGHAM, Chemisis, Inc., Laguna Hills, California  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
ALBERT D. OWENS, Cyrus Rice Consulting Group, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Woodlands, TX          Boiler tubes, equipment failures can occur because of samp
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MEL ESMACHER, P.E., BetzDearborn, TheIncorrect diagnosis of boiler related failure analysis, cracking, corrosion
Buettner, W. T.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Vernick, A. S.                                                      Water Resource Managementhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Wise, R. S.                                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Biological Control, Cooling System Treatment
Mallmann, W. L., Churchill, E. S.                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Ion Exchange, Public Water Supply
RICARDO ALLEN, Potomac Electric Power Company, Washington, D.C.     None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Fellows, F. H.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
Hoppe, T. C.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Boiler Corrosion and Control
                                            Reverse osmosis followed by Ontario, Canada (RO/EDI) is Energy Consumption
                                                                    CEDI, electrodeionizationhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN H. BARBER and DAVID F. TESSIER, E-Cell Corporation, Guelph, EDI, Characterization, E-Factor, used in an increasing
W. L. PEARL, W. R. KASSEN, S. G. SAWOCHKA, Nuclear Water None                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     and Waste Technology, Inc., San Jose, California, J. J. HIG
Paul Cohen, Consultant, Pittsburgh, PA                              None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            For demineralizer systems where removal of silica is important, the use of hydroxid
PETER MEYERS, ResinTech, Inc., Cherry Hill, NJ                      None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HAROLD L. ARONOVITCH, Hungerford & Terry, Inc., Clayton, NJ                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STEPHEN L. GOODSTINE, ABB Power Plant Laboratories, Combustion, Engineering, Inc., Windsor, Connecticut, R. BARRY D
                                                                    None
DONALD D. GOLDSTROHM, Coronado Generating Station, Salt River Project, St. Johns, Arizona    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            In Ridgefield, New Jersey, secondly wastewater treatment water, tertiary treatmen
CLIFFORD S. WILKINSON, Paulus, Sokolowski, and Sartor, Inc., Warren, NJ cooling tower, makeupplant effluent provides th
                                                                    Wastewater,              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID BECK, ChemTreat Inc., Richmond, VA                            None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            A EPRI, Palo Alto, CA chemical cleaning guidelines, published in 2001, focuses on
KEVIN J. SHIELDS and R. BARRY DOOLEY, revision of the EPRI boiler, chemical cleaning         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT M. MOORE, Albemarle Corporation, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, WAYNE C. LOTZ, VERNON R. PERRY, Albemarle C
MICHAEL G. TRULEAR, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Illinois    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Allen, VA, JEFF BRAUN, RUSSELL MCLAUGHLIN, to most electric steel AL, cre
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
NORMAN FAHRER, ChemTreat, Inc., Glen The continuous strip and casting processes commonNucor Steel, Decatur, millsand
LARRY SMITH, GE Infrastructure Water & Process Technologies, Trevose, PA                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    T.U.,                    Creek SES, Jacksonville, Texas, DEA
CHARLIE HENRY, T.U. Electric, Dallas, Texas, STEVE PARKER, None Electric - Stryker http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Soft Crystal generally considered unacceptable for use as cooling tower makeup.
WILLIAM HARFST, Harfst and Associates, Inc., water isLake, IL cooling tower, soft water, scale, corrosion, water conservatio
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FARAH AZARNIA, Albemarle Corporation, Baton Rouge, LA               None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
RALPH KAJDASZ, Chemlink Division of BPCI a Baker Hughes Company, Houston, Texas              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL R. PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, ColoradoNone                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RALPH J. KAJDASZ, R. V. EINSTMAN, Dearborn Chemical Company, Nashville, Tennessee, LINDA YOUNG-BANDALA, Dea
RICHARD A. CLARK, Buckman Laboratories, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Chemical control Jose, CA, LARS P. VENHUISKEMA Nederland BV, Arnhem, The
GEORGE J. LICINA, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., Sanwith biocides is the most common approach to mitigation of MIC a
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JACK FREUND, Midwest Solvents Company, Inc., Atchison, Kansas , JAMES M. BOOKER, WILLIAM J. WARD, Midland Res
KENNETH J. KOZELSKI, E.I. du Pont, Camden, South Carolina None                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT J. ROSS, KIM C. LOW, ANNE MARIE ATENCIO, DonlarNone                                    Park, Illinois, JAMES E. SHANNON,
                                                                     Corporation, Bedford,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Corrosion BARRY C. SYRETT, Electricinfluenced corrosion,shown Palo Alto, CA;m
                                                                    microbiologically Power Research Institute, to occur with P
                                                                                             (CCURB) was biocorrosion, biofilms
THOMAS K. WOOD, Univ. of Connecticut, Storrs, CT; control using regenerative biofilms http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SUNAO IKUTA, Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company, Inc., Tokyo Japan, KUNIO NISHIMURA , TORU YASUNAGA, SEIICHI IC
Walko, J. F., Donohue, J. M.,Shema, B. F.                           Biological Control       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Electrolytically generated silver silver ion, copper ion, evaluated as an water treatm
                                                                    Biocide, and Investigaciones
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SUSANA SILVA MARTINEZ, ALBERTO A. ALVAREZ GALLEGOS, Instituto de copper ions were bacteria, cooling alternative d
                                            This Hamden, CT, JOHN LANE, Clearwater Systems, Essex, CT
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DENNIS OPHEIM, PH.D., Quinnipiac University, paper describes the effects of treating three cooling towers with pulsed-power
                                            Biological fouling of membrane-based demineralizers or pretreatment system comp
                                                                    None
ROBERT D. BARTHOLOMEW, PE., Sheppard T. Powell Associates, LLC, Baltimore, MDhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN CURRIER, Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, TN                                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            This paper describes aCogeneration, facility on the southeastern coast of Texas wh
                                                                     cogeneration biological aerated filtration, alumina
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
P. TEMPLE BALLARD, Degremont North American Research & Development Center, Kichmona, VA, ALBERT A. PRISTERA,
                                            The biological precipitation and removal biological reduction, bacteria, selenium, ar
                                                                    FGD wastewater,          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JILL SONSTEGARD and TIM PICKETT, Zenon Environmental, Salt Lake City, UT of selenium and metals from flue gas desu
DONALD VACKER, Bechtel Corporation, Houston, TX                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Flue gas desulfurization (FGD) wastewaters are typically very high in calcium, Total
                                                                    Flue Gas Desulfurization, Biological Nutrient Removal, mag
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL PUDVAY, ROBERT KELLY; ANTONIO LAU, Degremont Technologies, Richmond, VA; ENOS L. STOVER, Stover &
NANDAN VANI, D.Sc., P.E., Peer Consultants, P.C., Baltimore, MD     None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CURTIS S. MCDOWELL, Polybac Corporation, New York, New York         None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. F. GRUTSCH, Standard Oil Co. (Indiana), Chicago, Illinois        None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CURTIS S. MCDOWELL, Polybac Corporation, New York, New York         None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
K. TITTLE, Central Electricity Generating Board, Manchester, EnglandNone                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Metcalf, J. R.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS A. LOTT, WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California, LARRY HOLCOMBE, R
                                                                     None
STANLEY B. MCCONNELL, Dowell Schlumberger Incorporated, Tulsa, Oklahoma                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS A. LOTT, WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California, LARRY HOLCOMBE, R
JOSEPH A. LUX, Babcock & Wilcox, South Barberton, Ohio               None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRANK GABRIELLI, ABB Power Plant Laboratories, Combustion Engineering, Inc., Windsor, Connecticut
HERSCHEL KLEIN, Windsor, Connecticut                                 None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Providing explanationsDeposit weight density, hydrogen damage, caustic gouging,
                                                                      of in-service boiler tube failures may be Boonton, NJ
                                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DOUGLAS DEWITT-DICK, STEPHEN MCINTYRE, JOSEPH HOFILENA, Ashland Specialty Chemical Co.,delayed pending co
                                            Membrane Contactors membrane, used to remove dissolved NC
BRIAN MILLER, JORGE MUNOZ, and FRED WIESLER, Membrana – Industrial Separations, Charlotte, oxygen in boiler feed w
                                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      have been contactors, degassing, degasification, deaeratio
WILLIAM MILLER, GE Mobile Water, Inc., Norfolk, VA                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
F. SIGON, ENEL/CRTN, Milano Italy, G. QUADRI, ENEL/Construction Department, Piacenza, Italy     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GEORGE J. VERIB, Ohio Edison, Stow, Ohio                             None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
F. SIGON, ENEL/CRTN, Milano Italy, G. QUADRI, ENEL/Construction Department, Piacenza, Italy     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Denman, W. L., Edelson, M. R.,Salutsky, M. L.                        Boiler Deposit Control http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Denman, W. L., Salutsky, M. L.                                       Boiler Deposit Control http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
LAWRENCE A. GAYLOR, SHERMAN J. SPRAGUE, The Mogul Corporation, Chagrin Falls, Ohio              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. FRED WILKES, 143 Seventh Avenue LaGrange, Illinois                None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            This paper will describe the metallurgical laboratory procedure
                                                                     None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID A. CLINE, JR., CHARLES A. GREENE, Ph.D., Sheppard T. Powell Associates, LLC, Baltimore, MDfollowed in identifyin
Holliday, R. L.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
                                            New PA                   HRSG, pressures treatment, feedwater and steam purity r
                                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. HENRY WEED, PE., BetzDearborn, Horsham,HRSGs operate at higherboiler waterwith stricter steam purity, cation conductiv
                                            Water Inc. & BOMA, Pittsburgh, PA
JOHN GREENWALD, Mechanical Operations Co.,and sewage costs in commercial buildings are constantly rising along with o
                                                                     None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Mesmer, R. E., Baes, C. F., Jr.,Sweeton, F. H.                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Nuclear Power Water Technology
                                            In this technical report Boron, Ion exchange,boron selective chelating resins,ultrapu
                                                                       Canada and MICHAEL WUNSCH,Ondeo Industrial Solution
                                                                                                from two key studies using chelating i
DONALD D. DOWNEY, The Purolite Company, Kitchener, Ontario,Purolite presents data http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Twiford, J. L., Zecher, D. C.                                                                   h
                                                                     Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Brines, M. E.                                                        Ion Exchange               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Stickney, W. W., Andrews, W. R.                                      Water Reuse                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            This paper reviews LLC, Baltimore, MD
ROBERT D. BARTHOLOMEW, Sheppard T. Powell AssociatestheNone                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      extensive literature, with 110 references, regarding the type
                                                                     None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JEFFERY C. CONLEY, EDWARD H. PUZIG, Great Lakes Chemical Corporation, West Lafayette, Indiana, JAMES E. ALLEMA
BILLY D. FELLERS, Texas Utilities Electric, Dallas, Texas            None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
G. D. GRONINGER, D. R. MARTIN , J. F. MILLS, Dow Chemical USA, Midland, Michigan                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
KATHLEEN W, SIMMERS, Environmental Elements Corporation, Dorsey, Maryland                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            A ON, Canada
MICHAEL SMITH, ReadySmith, Inc., Oakville,comprehensive Readiness Program foresees damaging events, however low the
                                                                     None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                        HILLMAN, Oyster Creek NGS, Forke
JOSEPH GIANNELLI, Finetech, Inc., Mountain Lakes, New Jersey, PAM COOPER, ROBhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER MEYERS, PWT Americas, City of Industry, California             None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN A. WILSON, ASHOK PASRICHA, Public Service Electric & Gas Company, 

                                                                     None              Hancocks Bridge, New Jersey, PHIL J. D‘AN
                                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT L. TRACY, Boston Edison Company, Boston, Massachusetts        None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BALLARD S. MAYS, Power Authority Of the State Of New York, James A. Fitzpatrick, Nuclear Power Plant, Lycoming, New Yo
                                            TURNER, Atomic Energy of Canada, scalinghttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      the process water at River, Ontario, Canada, MICHAEL RO
                                                                                                 inhibitor, scaling, heat expected oil
GORDON BURTON, M. E. BLIMKIE, C. W. Increased hardness of Process water, Chalk Syncrude Canada Ltd. isexchanger,to r
ROBERT ZUHL, BF Goodrich Co/Specialty Additives Group, Cleveland, OH                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Calcium hypochlorite 1-bromo-3-chloro-5,5-dimethylhydantoin; BCDMH; bromine;
STANLEY PICKENS, PH.D, PPG Industries, Inc., Monroeville, PAtablet feed systems offer an alternative option for cooling tow
                                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FARAH AZARNIA, Albemarle Corporation, Baton Rouge, LA                None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Calcium, NJ                                          Removal by Ion of the earth‘s crust, i
PETER MEYERS, ResinTech, Inc., Inc., West Berlin, element No. 20 and the fifth most prevalent element Exchange
                                                                     Calcium, Precipitation, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
AL FARBER, Bechtel National, Frederick, MD                                                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. T. ARONSON, Stearns Roger Engineering Corporation, Denver,None                               MICHELETTI, Radian Company, Aus
                                                                      Colorado, WAYNE C. http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. J. BAWDEN, R. GARNSEY, Central Electricity Research Laboratories, Leatherbead, Surrey, England, L. J. MARTEL, Electr
                                                                     None
J. L WALKER, W. L. TRACE, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                                 Capacitive Deionization Technology™
TOBIE WELGEMOED, P.E., CDT Systems,This paper reports on research conducted onhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Inc., Dallas, TX        Capacitive Deionization, desalination, electrochemical, boron
DaVia, P. G.                                                                                    h
                                                                     Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             IL                      Ultrafiltration, microfiltration, reverse osmosis, membranes,
                                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE T. BATES, Hydranautics, Rockton, Feed waters with high fouling tendencies have been problematic in the design and
PHIL ROLCHIGO, Osmonics, Inc. Minnetonka, MN                                                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Out-sourcing water Tennessee, WILLIAM E. option to be mobile demineralizers, ou
                                                                     TVA, economics, service contract, considered in today‘s com
GREG L. BARTLEY, Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, treatment is an important http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                                HAAS, Ecolochem, Norfolk, Virginia
CHARLES H. FRITZ, Black & Veatch, Overland Park, Kansas              None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Facing the problems of STEPHANE ORLOFFE, Electrabel Intervapeur, Vetviers, Be
                                                                       an ageing makeup treatment system. The Intervapeur coge
                                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARC BEUNEN, Ecolochem International Inc.. Peterborough, UK,Cogeneration, Belgium, service contract, outsourcing, revers
MARK CHERESNOWSKY, Infilco Degremont, Inc., Richmond, VA                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
T WILLUWEIT, I. SCHUSTER, N. KURZ, S. WEIßGRÄBER, Soell-Ecological Processings Hof, Germany , P BELOUSCHEK, T
                                                                   HAAS,                     Ecolochem, Inc., Norfolk, Virginia
S. H. MACKLIN, Northeast Utilities, Waterford, Connecticut, W. E. None W. S. MILLER,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRED WIESLER, Hoechst Celanese, Charlotte, North Carolina          None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALBERT BURSIK, Grosskraftwerk Mannheim AG, Mannheim, Germany       None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAN STODOLA, Ontario Hydro, Toronto, Ontario, Canada               None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALBERT BURSIK, Grosskraftwerk Mannheim AG, Mannheim, Germany       None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Unexplained corrosion Stainless Miller Brewing Company, Milwaukee, WI
                                                                    of Type 316L stainless steel in a dioxide
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN C. TVERBERG, P.E., Trent Tube, East Troy, WI; JEROME T. WELZ, steel, corrosion, carbon cold lime softened for wate
Himsley, A.                                                        Ion Exchange             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           CARIX is an ion Karlsruhe, Germany and KLAUSdealkalisation, sulfate removal, n
                                                                   CARIX process, softening, HAGEN, Krüger WABAG GmbH
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WOLFGANG HOELL, PH.D., Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe,exchange process which usually applies a mixed bed consisting of
AL NICKELS, Watertech Inc., Twin Falls, ID                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             Legionella, cooling tower systems, co
                                           Several case histories Legionnaires‘ Disease,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   are
PAUL R. PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, CO reviewed in detail relative to water quality and water trea
DAVID F. GEARY, D.F. Geary Consultants, LLC, Annapolis, MD                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            PAUL PUCKORIUS, Puckorius and Associates, Arvada, CO; CLAYTON water sy
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM STAPP, AS Inc., Santa Rosa, CA;Tin based corrosion inhibitors have been effective at reducing corrosion inWRIGHT
                                           This progress report discusses
                                                                   Microfouling, MIC, biofouling, mollusk, SRB
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD W. LUTEY, Buckman Laboratories International, Memphis, TN the development of macro- microfouling and micro
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FEDERICO ARIAS, H-O-H Systems, Inc., Katy, Texas, LINH V. TRAN, The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company, Beaumont, T
MICHAEL A. WINTERS, Amoco Corporation, Naperville, Illinois None                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL R. PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, Colorado, TAMMY O. BRICE, Gulf States Utilities - River Ben
                                                                   None
STEPHEN A. WORTENDYKE, Capital Controls Company, Colmar, Pennsylvania                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RUSSELL W. LANE, Consultant, Champaign, Illinois                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
E. L. PATTON, Union Carbide Corporation, Charleston, West Virginia None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CAMES H. POELLOT, D‘Appolonia Consulting Engineers Inc., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
TORRY J. TVEDT, T.J. Tvedt & Associates, Ltd, Angleton, TX                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. ARSENEAUX, L. STONER, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc., New Orleans, Louisiana, S. WHIPPLE, Dow Chemical Compa
PETER CARTWRIGHT, Cartwright Consulting, Minneapolis, Minnesota    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           A discussion of the design
                                                                   Wastewater of a new 5000 gpmsource control, waste minim
                                                                                             refinery, state-of-the-art major refine
DON VACKER and DAVID DYBELL, Bechtel Corporation, Houston, TXfeatures treatment,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DON VACKER and DAVID DYBELL, Bechtel Corporation, Houston, TX                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SAEED DARIAN, Connestoga-Rovers & Associates, Atlanta, GA                                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DANIEL J. TIERNEY, ELLEN S. FEENEY, EG&G Florida, Inc., Kennedy Space Center, Florida, ROBERT A. MOTT, NASA, Ke
ALAN PRYOR, Ozone Process Consultants, Sunnyvale, CaliforniaNone                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Control of NICOLAS LEDERMANN, SERGEhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                      HEDIGER, FRANK DUNAND, Hach
JEFF MCKINNEY, Hach Company, Lawrenceville, GA;dissolved oxygen (DO) in high-pressure boiler water is critical in reducing
                                           A                       Anaerobic Treatment, Mobilized Film Technology, Winery W
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT HICKEY, Ecovation, Inc., Victor, NY winery was experiencing difficulty in consistently meeting its discharge limits. The
                                           Rapid through-wall pitting has developed in the weld HAZs in s/s tubing. Bacteria a
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DONALD L. GIBBON, Ph.D., CHRISTOPHER L. WIATR, Ph.D., CECILIA M. MCGOUGH, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OSCAR QUINONES, Cydsa, El Salto, Jalisco, Mexico, RODI LUDLUM, Resources Conservation Company, Bellevue, Washing
KASHI BANERJEE, Chester Environmental, Moon Township, Pennsylvania None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TED FOSBERG, Resources Conservation Company, Bellevue, Washington, BILL SWEET, Millar Western Pulp
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAN PETERSON, Resources Conservation Company, Bellevue, Washington, TERRY BRADHAM, Sirrine Environmental Cons
EDGAR PAULSON, Consultant, Richmond, Virginia                      None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAN PETERSON, Resources Conservation Company, Bellevue, Washington, TERRY BRADHAM, Sirrine Environmental Cons
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN P. HERNON, Ionics, Inc., Watertown, Massachusetts, PRESTON SLOANE, Virginia Electric Power Company, Mineral,
WILLIAM S. MILLER, Ecolochem, Norfolk, Virginia                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN P. HERNON, Ionics, Inc., Watertown, Massachusetts, PRESTON SLOANE, Virginia Electric Power Company, Mineral,
Beohner, H. L.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Clarification and Contact Softening
Mears, R. B.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Corrosion Control - Aluminum
Sudabin, L. P.                                                     Corrosion Control - Steelhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Division of Hercules Canada, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, R. CROVETTO purity
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
L. CARVALHO,, P. SEHL, BetzDearborn, A Cation or acid conductivity is the most prominent control parameter for steam - Betz
                                           The objective of the present study filter, to determine the optimum PAC dosage for e
WILLIAM MOORE, Calpine Central LP, Houston, TX                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Multimedia was RO, pretreatment, PAC
                                           Cation conductivity is one Inc., most important on-line cycle chemistrypower plant
                                                                   Cation conductivity, temperature compensation, measureme
DAVID M. GRAY, ANTHONY C. BEVILACQUA, Thornton Associates, of theWaltham, MAhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Gilwood, M. E., Calmon, C.                                         Ion Exchange             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID I. DEVORE, Betz Laboratories, Inc., Trevose, PennsylvaniaNone                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Spring
WILLIAM L. MCCULLEN, Rohm and Haas Research Laboratories,None House, Pennsylvania           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
PHILIP R. ENGELHARDT, ANNE HARRINGTON, Dearborn Chemical Co., (U.S.), Lake Zurich, Illinois http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Ulmer, R. C., Whitney, J. H.                                       Boiler Deposit Control http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Ceramic membrane microfiltration can deliver low SKI water from domestic sewage
                                                                     UK                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID THRELFALL, Ecolochem International, Inc., Peterborough, Ceramic memebane, sewage, filtration
RICKY BRYANT, Southern Company Services, Birmingham, AL                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             A ceramic membrane microfiltration was BOSSLER, piloted along the Texas
                                                                     Ceramic, microfiltration, pretreatment, reverse osmosis
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOSEPH HOOLEY, U.S. Filter, Middleburg Heights, OH, JEFF J. PETERS, JOHN F. successfullyU.S. Filter, Rockford, IL Gulf
SCOTT WITTWER, Graver Separations, Inc., Glasgow, DE                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
BRIAN D. BURRIS, JEFFERY J. PETERS, U.S. Filter/IWT, Rockford, Illinois                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Dost, W. A.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Cooling System Treatment
                                             PLATFOOT, the Ridge National Laboratory,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     River modeling, turbulence, contaminant dispersion
                                                                                              Oak Ridge, TN
MARK W. WENDEL, P. T. WILLIAMS, J. H.Simulations ofOak dispersion and dilution of dissolved or finally-suspended contam
HARVEY PORDAL, AEA Technologies Pittsburgh, PA                       None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Since no Corporation, NuGen, COL,
                                                                     Frederick, been designed and constructed in the US for ove
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL CHUK, JULIUS ISAAC, PE Bechtel Power new nuclear plants haveMDCOLA, nuclear power plants, ESBWR, ABWR
BRUCE LARKIN, Black & Veatch, Overland Park, KS                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Salinity build-up in Reclaimed Water is ansoftening, issue HOLDEN, Monterey Reg
                                                                     cooling water,lime important BOB to suppliers and end-use
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAN ROBINETTE, CH2M Hill, Englewood, CO, RICH D'AMATO, CH2M Hill, Charlotte, NC, andphosphate, Reclaimed Water, r
                                             This paper discusses challenges to chemistryhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Combined Cycle, PE, Bechtel for heatCorp., Frederick, gene
                                                                                              control Power recovery steam MD
CHRISTOPHER HUTH, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD; KUMAR SINHA,CC, startup, commissioning, EPRI Guidelin
                                             The authors have        Combined Cycle, CC, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             the many competing priorities of chem
WILLIAM MOORE, Fluor Enterprises, Inc., Sugar Land, TX; done a good job reviewing cycle chemistry, startup, commissionin
                                             Some additional         None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOSEPH E SCHROEDER, Nooter/Eriksen St. Louis, MO. comments on what I agree is a good paper There are a lot of good
                                             The authors have presented a good paper and the prior Discussers have highlighte
                                                                      Baltimore, MD         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT BARTHOLOMEW, Sheppard T. Powell Associates, LLC,Combined Cycle, Cycle Chemistry Limits, Startup, Commiss
                                                                     None                     Bechtel Power Corp., Frederick, MD
CHRISTOPHER HUTH, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD; KUMAR SINHA, PE, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             A key objective in and none
                                                                     TAREK GHANDOUR, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                              Metito the power, water Houston TX
MOUSTAFA HASAN, Metito (Overseas) Ltd, Amman, Jordan, rebuilding Iraq is the restoration of International Inc., and sanitatio
Cohen, J.                                                                                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Water Resource Management
Speller, F. N.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Corrosion Control - General
WILLIAM F. MASLER, B. F. Goodrich, Avon Lake, Ohio                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID L. VENEZKY, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC          None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KEN L. OGLE, KEN CHEN, Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, Tennessee, ROGER A. MINEAR, University of Tenness
ROY O. BALL, ERM-North Central, Inc., Park Ridge, Illinois           None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES K. RICE, Consultant, Olney, Maryland                           None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID P. BOUR, NUS Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania             None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
JUDITH A. RAWA, EARL L. HENN, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
STEVE LERMAN, Consolidated Edison Co. of N.Y., Inc., Astoria, New York                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
CARL HENSMAN, MONICA GARICA-STRICKLAND, Frontier Geosciences, Seattle, WA http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOSEPH F. SELANN, DAVID BROMLEY Engineering, Ltd., Edmonton, Canada, MICHAEL E. ROGERS, EMERSON C. SANF
YOUNG LEE, Sargent & Lundy Engineers, Chicago, Illinois              None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             EPRI‘s Alto, Plant Integrated Systems Chemical sampling, analysis PISCES, pro
                                                                     Trace metals, water toxics, Emissions Studies,
PAUL CHU, Electric Power Research Institute, PaloPowerCA; PHILIP BENSON, DENNIS http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                              FINK, CH2M HILL, Herndon, VA
Coughanour, R. B.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
Swanson, D. A.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
Bell, W. E., Rice, R. C.,Clark, R. J.                                                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Boiler Corrosion and Control
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THEODORE C. HOPPE, RILEY D. WOODSON, Black & Veatch/Consulting Engineers, Kansas City, Missouri
FRANK MCGILBRA, Public Service Company of Oklahoma, Tulsa,None        Oklahoma              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KAROL DAUCIK, Skaerbaekvaerket I/S, Fredericia, Denmark              None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             The Houston, TX and chemicalJAFFER, industrial boilers, efficiency SugarLand, T
                                                                     ARIF E. in contact with Petrolite Corporation, be kept clea
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MO D. MAJNOUNI, Aramco Services Company, internal surfaces of a boiler cleaning,Baker water and steam mustof boilers, ste
MARK A. JANICK, P.E., Bechtel Power Corp., Frederick, MD                                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAN VOSTA, GUSTAV SEBOR, Institute of Chemical Technology, None      Prague, Czech Republic http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             The philosophy for the pre-commissioning, HRSG, Jacksonville, has complete p
                                                                     commissioning of a HRSG degrease cleaning,
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN M. SULLIVAN, HydroChem, Inc., Youngstown, OH and JOHN MCGRAW, HydroChem, in the industryFL varied fromch
Griffin, R. W., Derr, R. H.                                          Chemical Cleaning      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Statler, C. W.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DENNIS A. FREY, Babcock & Wilcox Co., Barberton, Ohio                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GEORGE VERIB, Ohio Edison, Stow, Ohio                                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rose, S. M., Ashton, W. F.                                           Chemical Cleaning      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Obrecht, M. F., Kremer, R. J.,Sisson, A. B., Reid, E. C.                                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Chemical Cleaning, Nuclear Power Water Technology
                                                                     None
G.S. LAWRENCE, Columbia Energy Center, Wisconsin Power & Light Company, Portage, Wisconsin  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT E. PALMER, The Detroit Edison Company, Detroit, Michigan      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             This paper PA           none                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES E. FARMERIE, HERC Products, Inc., Wexford, discusses the use of off line chemical cleaning to return the system to d
                                                                     None                     JULIUS ISAAC, Ebasco Services Inc
JOSEPH M. PARENT, Florida Power & Light Co., Indiantown, Florida, JOSE P. LOZADA,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Pocock, F. J., Leedy, W. S.                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Chemical Cleaning, Nuclear Power Water Technology
Carroll, D. B., Engle, J. P.,Eddington, C. L.                         Chemical Cleaning      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Water shortage, stand http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             storms, of a heat was producing pho
FABIO GIGLI, CHIMEC S.p.A., Rome, Italy The chemical conditioning program for cooling circuitsplate plant exchangers, bacte
JAMES W. COBBLE, San Diego State University, San Diego, California    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Lowe, R. P.                                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
Straub, F. J.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Boiler Corrosion and Control
                                              It is now apparent that None utilities Pine copper carryover into the steam-cycle sy
                                                                      some
JAMES R. RUCK, CHARLES D. FOSTER, HydroChem Industrial Services, Inc., have Grove, CA        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Unit,
JAMES C. BELLOWS, Westinghouse Power Generation Business None Orlando, Florida http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None
PETER J. MILLETT, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Unit,
JAMES C. BELLOWS, Westinghouse Power Generation Business None Orlando, Florida http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
White, W. F.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Water Resource Management
Alfano, A., Bell, W. E.                                               Boiler Deposit Control http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      BARRY                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc. Consultants, Wilmington, Delaware, None C. SYRETT, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo
J. BROWN, Ontario Hydro Research Division, Toronto, Ontario, Canada   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              Two Alcoa, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA, ALAN SMITH, Consultant, Pittsburgh, PA, CHARL
KEVIN A. KITZMAN and EDWARD F. MAZIARZ,non-chemical cooling water treatment technologies, a pulsed power system, a
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      cooling towers, non-chemical treatment technologies, chemi
ARTHUR J. FREEDMAN, PhD., Arthur Freedman & Associates, Inc., East Stroudsburg, PA           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              HRSGs that operate inNonecycling               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID DANIELS, Mechanical & Materials Engineering, LLP, Austin, TX mode must examine their chemical practices and op
                                              Dabhol Power Project is Bechtel Corporation,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                              Frederick, MD
S. S. MITRA, Dabhol Power Plant, Maharashtra, India, P. K. SINHA, the largest IPP in India by an American consortium. There
Hollinden, G. A.                                                      Gas Scrubbing          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hunter, J. R.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Corrosion Control - Steel
Cole, S. A.                                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Biological Control, Cooling System Treatment
LINDA RUSZNAK, GEORGE MINCAR, NANCY SMOLIK, AshlandNone                                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                       Chemical - Drew Division, Boonton, New Jersey
                                              Chlorine dioxide (ClO2) School dioxide, recently in the U.S. as RAYMOND for disin
                                                                        has been used Legionella, disinfection byproducts
ZHE ZHANG, RADISAV D. VIDIC, PH.D., University of Pittsburgh -Chlorine of Engineering, Pittsburgh, PA, an approachBISSON
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM J. WARD, Olin Water Services, Kansas City, Kansas             None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
D. C. KUCHER, G. F. CONNELL, Capital Controls Company                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE B. HUEBNER, Wallace & Tiernan, Belleville, New Jersey None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROGER L. STRAND, Stranco, Inc., Bradley, Illinois                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM MCGRANE, TriOx, Dublin, California, ALAN SMITH, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
DONALD JOHNSON, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Illinois          None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None
A. A. SCHULDT, R. R. HABER, The Steel Company of Canada, Ltd., Hamilton, Ontario http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALEX HIMSLEY, Himsley Engineering Ltd., Toronto, Canada               None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Darrin, M.                                                                                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Corrosion Control - Aluminum, Corrosion Control - Copper A
ROGER SEWARD, ARCO Chemical Co., Channelview, Texas                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Walter Zabban, The Chester Engineers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hill, J. C.                                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Biological Control, Cooling System Treatment,Water Reuse
Hay, H. R.                                                                                   h
                                                                      Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Shema, B. F.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Cooling System Treatment
                                                                      None
JESSE BEECHER, PETER A. THOMAS, JOHN STINGER, Drew Chemical Corporation, Boonton, New Jersey http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER S. MEYERS, ResinTech Inc., Cherry Hill, New Jersey              None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DENNIS A. FREY, Babcock and Wilcox Company, Barberton, Ohio           None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM STEVENS, HydroChem Industrial Services, Inc., Houston, Texas  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL SICINSKI, Pure Air, Allentown, Pennsylvania, DAVID LAVALLE, Northern Indiana Public Service Company, Merrillvil
                                                                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL SICINSKI, Pure Air, Allentown, Pennsylvania, DAVID LAVALLE, Northern Indiana Public Service Company, Merrillvil
ROGER V. LONG, Stone & Webster Engineering Corp. Denver Colorado      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                               CICERO, CRAIG MYERS; F. loop, corrosion,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      closed PHILIP YU, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL
                                                                                              cooling water, molybdate
BARBARA MORIARTY, JOAN CHAO, DANRecently, there has been much interest in greener alternatives to molybdate to con
Bramer, H. C                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Wastewater Treatment, Water Reuse
                                                                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LESTER C. WEBB, Black & Veatch, Kansas City, Missouri, RONALD W. TOMLIN, Mcintosh Power Plant, Lakeland, Florida
                                                                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LESTER C. WEBB, Black & Veatch, Kansas City, Missouri, RONALD W. TOMLIN, Mcintosh Power Plant, Lakeland, Florida
ALROY ASCHOFF, Sargent & Lundy Engineers, Chicago, Illinois None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Bell, G. R.                                                           Filtration             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None
MOHAMMAD F. ALBELDAWI, Ph.D., Compass Environmental Inc., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hebley, H. F.                                                                                h
                                                                      Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GEORGE J. CRITS, W. Y. MCLNTIRE, R. D. ZIMMERMAN, Cochrane Environmental Systems, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
J. D. DARJI, Infilco Degremont Inc., Richmond Virginia               None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JASON T. MIYAKE, JAMES D. FRUGE, Hoechst Celanese, Pampa, Texas      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Reductions in Oxfordshire, U.K., MARK ISAACS, AEA Technology, Pittsburgh, P
                                                                     Effluent, of soluble organic species in the machine-shop eff
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARK NEVILLE, NIGEL BLAKE, AEA Technology, Didcot,the concentrationsoluble organics, cutting fluids, COD, membranes,
Powell, S. T.                                                        Deaeration             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
JAMES A. MCCAW, Jr., New York State Electric & Gas Corporation, Binghamton, New York        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT DVORIN, New York Power Authority, White Plains, New None      York                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DANIEL L. COMSTOCK, Neptune Microfloc, Corvallis, Oregon, ROBERT GUPTILL, Corvallis, Oregon, SALLIE A. FISHER, Pu
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRANK P. ROMA, New York Electric & Gas Company, Binghamton, New York, FRANK X. MCGARVEY, Sybron Corporation/Io
DANIAL L. HARP, Hach Company, Loveland, Colorado                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Jayes, D. A., Abrams, I. M.                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Filtration, Ion Exchange,Public Water Supply
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CARL R. CAMPER, Jr., MARK R. STEVENS, Montana Power Company, Colstrip, Montana, EDWARD W. EKIS, Jr., M. LINDA
                                                                     None
WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CARL R. CAMPER, Jr., MARK R. STEVENS, Montana Power Company, Colstrip, Montana, EDWARD W. EKIS, Jr., M. LINDA
                                                                     None
LYNN A. KLEINVEHN, HARRIS E. DICKER, Aquatechnics, Inc., Naperville, Illinois               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BARBARA L. CORMIER, U. S. Steel Corp., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
P. H. EFFERTZ, Allianz-Zentrum für Technik, West Germany, G. RESCH, Vereinigte Elektrizitätswerke Westfalen, West Germ
F. J. POCOCK (Affilaition N/A)                                       None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Feedback from operating plants to designers http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             can condenser, sodium cycle soften
BRIAN AYLAIAN, PE, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD reverse osmosis, air cooledfacilitate the optimization of future
                                            Combined LLC, and cogeneration plants, using heat recovery combined cycle, cog
                                                                     Heat CO                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
K. ANTHONY SELBY, Water Technology Consultants, cycle Evergreen, recovery steam generator, HRSG, steam generators, H
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
G. QUADRI, P. V. SCOLARI, ENEL-DCO-ULP, Piancenza, Italy, G. P. SCALARI, ENEL-DPT, Pisa, Italy, F. SIGON, ENEL-DSR
JIM MATTHEWS, Duke Power Company, Charlotte, North Carolina          None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
G. QUADRI, P. V. SCOLARI, ENEL-DCO-ULP, Piancenza, Italy, G. P. SCALARI, ENEL-DPT, Pisa, Italy, F. SIGON, ENEL-DSR
                                                                     None
WILLIAM E. KATZ, FREDERICK G. CLAY, Ionics, Incorporated, Watertown, Massachusetts          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CLARENCE D. COLLEY, Hewlett Packard Company, Palo, Alto, Calitornia  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            This ANGELO O. CANALES RUBIO, Agua Process, / start-up of a water treatmen
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KUMAR JAIN, Fluor Daniel, Inc., Aliso Viejo, CA,report reviews challenges during commissioning Veronica Anzures, Mexico, an
                                                                     None
Panel Discussion Moderator; WILLIAM MOORE, Fluor Corporation Inc., Sugar Land, TX; http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STEVEN GAGNON, AVANTech, Inc., Columbia, SC                          None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Slide presentation of lessons learned commissioning and validating a water treatme
                                                                     None                    Water Management Group, Horsham
IAN LEWIS, Antigua Public Utilities Authority, Antigua, West Indies, JOHN DILZELL, Betzhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALBERT BURSIK, Grosskraftwerk Mannheim AG, Mannheim, West Germany, FRANCOIS DE DARDEL, Rohm and Haas Fran
F. X. MCGARVEY, Sybron Chemicals, Inc., Birmingham, New Jersey       None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALBERT BURSIK, Grosskraftwerk Mannheim AG, Mannheim, West Germany, FRANCOIS DE DARDEL, Rohm and Haas Fran
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAN VANDERPOOL, Mobay Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania , H. J. ROTHER, Bayer AG, Krefeld, West Germany, D. KU
                                             Technologies, Houston, TXcomprehensive approach to characterize
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL CHOULES, Veolia Water Solutions & This paper describes aDesalination, Seawater Reverse Osmosis raw seawater sam
MICHAEL PRESTON, Black & Veatch Corporation, Overland Park, KS       None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Powdered resin premixes containing cellulose fiber has been the standard precoat
DAVID F. RYAN, Exelon Nuclear, Limerick Station. Sanatoga, PA                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD HETHERINGTON, Epicor Incorporated, Linden NJ                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. H. SMITH, Portals Water Treatment, Permutit-Boby Limited, Isleworth, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Moore, C. S.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Clarification and Contact Softening
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID J. NICHOLSON, Electricity Corporation of New Zealand, Ltd., Wellington, New Zealand, NATHANIEL E. PRITCHARD,
FREDERICK J. POCOCK, The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Alliance, Ohio    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL J. KASZYSKI, KENNETH L. FULFORT, AT&T Microelectronics, Allentown, Pennsylvania, MICHAEL C. HUGHES, J
CLARENCE COLLEY, Boeing, Huntsville, Alabama                         None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
P. D. SCHUMACHER, R. D. MUEHLENKAMP, K. A. KOEHLER, Wisconsin Electric Power Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, R
PETER TURNER, San Diego State University, San Diego, California      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Controlling solid particle erosion of turbine components caused by exfoliation from
                                                                     Texas                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
D.P. NESBITT, PE, HydroChem Industrial Services, Inc., Houston,Steam blowing, exhaustive blowing, air blowing, solid particle
                                                                     None
STEPHEN J. SHULDER, Baltimore Gas & Electric CompanyBaltimore Maryland                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Straub, F. G.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
Gesick, J. A.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Cooling System Treatment
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD W. WALTER, Jr., JACK F. MILLS, ATTILA G. RELENYI, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan
AMANDA MEITZ, The Mogul Corporation, Chagrin Falls, Ohio             None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Tarbay, P. C., Rivers, H. M.                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
                                            In the water short areaNone
                                                                     of EMMA E. India, by http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             minimizing Limited, London, UK; so
ALLAN L. FARBER, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, Maryland; Northwest HARNIMAN, Bechtelwater loss and reusingRA
                                                                 None
MICHAEL S. DALTON, Baker Petrolite, A Baker Hughes Company, Sugar Land, Txi             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES J. BINDER, TRC - The Research Corporation of New England, Wethersfield, Conn. WILLIAM B. LAIRD, American Opt
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STEPHEN M. HENRY, Commonwealth of Massachusetts (Div. Fisheries & Game), Westboro, Massachusetts
                                          This presentation offers a specifications, contracted service, water treatment
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID E. SIMON II, Cyrus Rice Water Consultants, Pittsburgh, PABid three-step methodology for that hearing and an unambig
CARSON M. BARRY, Westvaco, Luke, MD                              None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID E. SIMON II, Cyrus Rice Water Consultants, Pittsburgh, PANone                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Elliott, O. M.                                                   Distillation           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
P. V. BALAKRISBNAN, Atomic Energy of Canada, Ltd., Chalk River, Ontario, Canada         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LEYON O. BRESTEL, DUANE K. NELSON, Colorado-Ute Electric None                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Association, Montrose, Colorado
                                                                 None
DON GOLDSTROHM, Salt River Project, Coronado Generating Station, St. Johns, Arizona     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES DUCOTE, JAMES BENKE, City Public Service, San Antonio, Texas, JAMES BURCHILL, Permutit Co., Paramus, NJ
                                                                 None
H. DEAN WILSON, Illinois Water Treatment Company, Rockford, Illinois                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LARRY ASHCRAFT, PETE WEAVER, Eastman Kodak Company, None                                 FRED WALE, Rust International Corp
                                                                 Rochester, New York, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
HERMANN W. POHLAND, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc., Wilmington, Delaware http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LARRY ASHCRAFT, PETE WEAVER, Eastman Kodak Company, None                                 FRED WALE, Rust International Corp
                                                                 Rochester, New York, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALVIN N. HEWING, RAY H. WARMKESSER, General Public Utilities Service Corporation, Reading, Pennsylvania
JOHN SIEGMUND, Sheppard T. Powell Associates, Baltimore, MarylandNone                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LEROY D. HUGHES, Toledo Edison Company, Oak Harbor, Ohio,None                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  BRADLEY D. BARLOCKER, Babcock & Wilcox, Lynchburg
JIM GASSEN, Nalco Chemical Company, Chicago, Illinois            None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
ROBERT J. FERGUSON, French Creek Software, Inc., Malvern, Pennsylvania                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
DONALD A. JOHNSON, KENNETH E. FULKS, Nalco Chemical Company, Oak Brook, Illinois        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
RORY R. MUSIL, HUGO J. NIELSEN, Sargent & Lundy Engineers, Chicago, Illinois            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
JING-YEA YANG, SHI-TAO YEH, Roy F. Weston, Inc., West Chester, Pennsylvania             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
GIANNI 0. CHIERUZZI, The Chester Engineers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rivers, H. M.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
                                          The concentration Hitachi, Ltd.; TAKAYUKIcorrosive NH3) due concentration, LP t
                                                                 Early condensation, MIZUNO, SHOUJI to early condensati
HIROSHI YAMAUCHI, TAKASHI HONDA, TAKESHI ONODA, ratio of corrosive impurities (NaCl,impurities,NOBUHARA, Mie U
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRANCIS M. CUTLER, FM Consulting & Engineering, Irvine, CA None                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HIROSHI YAMAUCHI, TAKASHI HONDA, TAKESHI ONODA, Hitachi, Ltd.; TAKAYUKI MIZUNO, SHOUJI NOBUHARA, Mie U
                                                                 None
J. BROWN, R. E. MASSEY, Ontario Hydro Research, Toronto, Ontario, Canada                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
F. J. POCOCK, Babcock & Wilcox Company, Research and Development Division, Alliance Research Center, Alliance, Ohio
Quinlan, J. J.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Boiler Corrosion and Control, Condensate Polishing,Filtration
JOHN E. KRISTENSEN, HARRY O. HARTJEN, Ebasco Services, None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Incorporated, Lyndhurst, New Jersey
                                                                 N
JAMES SHIELDS, Belco Pollution Control, Parsippany, New Jersey one                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID P. SIEGWARTH, D. A. MCNEA, NWT Corporation, San Jose, California, WILLIAM A. THORNTON, Virginia Electric Po
                                                                 None
MICHAEL W. ROOTHAM, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
C. C. STAUFFER, S. J. ELMIGER, Babcock & Wilcox Company, Alliance, Ohio, P. L. DOSS, Babcock & Wilcox Company, Lyn
S. W. LURIE, Combustion Engineering Corp., Windsor, Connecticut  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT H. LANGER, Northeast Utilities Service Company, Berlin, Connecticut, THOMAS H. BURNS, Northeast Nuclear Ene
F. X. MCGARVEY, Sybron Chemicals Inc., Birmingham, New Jersey    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Upgrading condensateCondensate polishing, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GERALD P. GALL, GPU/Genco, New Florence, PA                                               improve performance utilizing a mult
                                                                  polishing equipment toion exchange, Demineralization, mixe
GEORGE CRITS, Aqua-Zeolite Sciences, Inc., Ardmore, PA                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                         power generation is a valuable resou
                                          Condensed steam from heating, process andhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT HOLLOWAY, Holloway Associates, Etobicoke, ON, Canada      None
                                          The term condensate polishing Cranford, NJ Pleated Membrane, Hollow Fiber Filtr
ROBERT APPLEGATE, MICHAEL O‘BRIEN, Graver Water Systems, LLC, encompasseshttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Condensate Polishing, a broad array of technologies, some
KENNETH FREDERICK, Ion Exchange Associates, LLC, Smithville, WV                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
W. A. MARCHEWKA, J. D. ASPEN, J. B. CONLIN, ESKOM, Johannesburg, South Africahttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SALLIE FISHER, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, Pennsylvania             None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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W. A. MARCHEWKA, J. D. ASPEN, J. B. CONLIN, ESKOM, Johannesburg, South Africahttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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KERRY L. HARNER, Metropolitan Edison Company, Middleton, Pennsylvania, KENNETH H. FREDERICK, GPU Service Corpo
                                                                 None
G. J. CRITS, Cochrane Environmental Systems Crane Co., King Of Prussia, Pennsylvania    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
JAMES D. SHIVERS, L*A/water Treatment Division, Industry, California                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KERRY L. HARNER, Metropolitan Edison Company, Middleton, Pennsylvania, KENNETH H. FREDERICK, GPU Service Corpo
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
B. A. DERRICK, South Carolina Electric & Gas Company, Columbia, S.C., K. L. ATWOOD, NUS Corporation, Houston, Texas
JAMES P. CASEY, Cochrane Environmental Systems – Crane Co., King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                Bristol, UK          none                    power stations to adopt condensate p
MICHAEL A. SADLER, , Bristol, Portishead,EPRI have for many years encouraged fossil http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                               This LLC, provides NJ and AL TAVARES, Technologies, LLC, Glasgow, DE
                                                                     condensate polishing, mixed bed, deep bed, precoat filter 19
ROBERT APPLEGATE, Graver Water Systems, paperCranford, a brief history and timeline of condensate polishing from the po
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GEORGE CRITS and WILLIAM RUNYAN, IDRECO USA, Ardmore, PA             None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                               Premature              resin pre-coated, back-washable condensate filter septa car
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KAL FAROOQ, Pall Corporation, Port Washington, NY plugging of Condensate, pre-coat resin, backwash, string-wound, melt-b
GIL ROYAL, Graver Technologies, Glasgow, DE                          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SCOTT BOND, Union Electric, Callaway Nuclear Plant, Fulton, Missouri, ALEXANDER D. MACARTHUR, Westinghouse Electr
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BRAD BUECKER, CEDA, Lawrence, KS The steam surface condenser is a critical heat exchanger at many power productio
ERIC HALE, Nalco Chemical Co., Naperville, IL                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARTIN W. PATE, Calgon Corporation, Friendswood, Texas, BILLY G. MARTIN, Houston Lighting and Power, Houston, Texa
Griffin, A. E.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Biological Control, Corrosion Control - General
JAMES T. KNIGHT, Ecodyne Corp./Graver Water Division, Union, None     NJ                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALBERT D. OWENS, Cyrus Rice Consulting Group, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, TORRY TVEDT, Jr., Dow Chemical U.S.A., Fre
Lefevre, L. J., Schneider, S. E..,Underhill, L. J.                   Reverse Osmosis         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                               New and existing coal-fired gas desulfurization, FGD, flue gas desulfurization (FGD
                                                                     Flue power Frederick, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             MD
COLLEEN CHAPMAN,. COLLEEN LAYMAN, PE, Bechtel Power Corporation, plants are installingzero liquid discharge, wastew
PAUL CHU, EPRI, Palo Alto, CA                                        None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
DOUGLAS DEWITT-DICK, Ashland Water Technologies, Portland, TX; CARLOS BENAVIDES, Topaz Energyhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                               The water chemistry changes D. MACKINNON, M. E. ROGERS, Syncrude Canada
                                                                     Oil sands, consolidatedprocess water with the implementatio
                                                                                              tailings, CT, release water recycle w
RANDY MIKULA, K. KASPERSKI, CANMET, Devon, Alberta, Canada, M. to the oil sandshttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DILEEP THATTE, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                               This and ROBERT WYLIE, a 1.25 MGD Corp., Charlotte, (12.5 acres) designed
DOUGLAS MOONEY, ENTRIX, Inc., Atlanta, GApresentation addresses Duke Energy treatment wetlandNC
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ANDREW DZURIK, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      DANUTA LESZCZYNSKA, Jackson State University, Jackso
ROBERT HEDIN, Hedin Environmental Co., Sewickley, Pennsylvania       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Charles, J. R.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Water Resource Management
LUTHER B. JONES, Virginia Electric Power Company, Richmond, None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      Virginia, JOHN F. BOSSLER, Arrowhead Industrial Water, F
DEAN SPATZ, Osmonics, Inc., Minnetonka, Minnesota                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EDGAR E. WATANABE, Aquatec Quimica, S.A., Sao Paulo, Brasil, JAMES N. TANIS, Aquatec Quimica, S.A., Ridgefield, Con
T. J. TVEDT, Jr., Dow Chemical Company, Freeport, Texas              None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Willsey, W. B.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Cooling Sy
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
T. C. ROGINSKI, Betz*Converse*Murdoch, Inc., Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania, HARRY B. GAYLEY, Transamerica Delaval,
ANON                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                               Availability Merak- Banten, Indonesia          power plant operation have become
BUDI SATRIYO, PLTU Suralaya - PT.Indonesia Power,and efficiency of steam generationhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
Merriman, W. R.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Boiler Corrosion and Control
Slicker, J. L.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
Levendusky, J. A., Limon, L.,Ryan, L. F.                             Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Dale, J. C.                                                          Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Eckfeldt, E. L., Proctor, W. E.,Howie, W. D., Lower, W. A.                                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
Higgins, I. R.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Ion Exchange, Wastewater Treatment
ALEX HIMSLEY, Himsley Engineering Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, Canada     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    State Water Survey, Urbana, IL
D. J. MILLER, Commonwealth Edison Co., Chicago, IL, C. H. NEFF, R. W. LANE, Illinois http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MIKE E. ROGERS, ANANTH VENKATRAMM, DAVE BRYENTON, Syncrude Canada Ltd., Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada
                                               Radionuclides in CA and water need continuous real time monitoring to be in comp
                                                                     None                    Jefferson
ROBERT GOLDSTEIN, Technical Associates, Canoga Park, drinking DANIEL DOTSON, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ARTHUR FREEDMAN, PH.D., Arthur Freedman Associates, Inc., East Stroudsburg, PA http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                & Power of companies are Salt Lake City, RICK HARDESTY, Owens Corning
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JOHN F. NETTO, LEE H. VAN DAM, WaterA numberTechnologies, Inc.,now offering a full service program for water treatment
ART ACKERMAN, Sverdrup Civil, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri              None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Mracek, W. A., Greenberg, L.                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Cooling Sy
                                                                       committing to once-through supercritical boilers and the M
                                               With new power plantsOnce-through boilers, coal-fired power plants, Frederick,rus
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KATHI KIRSCHENHEITER, MICHAEL CHUK, COLLEEN LAYMAN, KUMAR SINHA, Bechtel Power Corporation,supercritical, s
ROBERT BARTHOLOMEW, Shepherd T. Powell & Associates, Baltimore, MD   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JACK ADAMS, Weyerhaeuser, Co., Everett, Washington, RICHARD CARDILE, STEVE CLARK, Nalco Chemical Company, Oa
ANTHONY S. CANZONERI, L‘eau Claire Systems, Kenner, Louisiana        None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHRIS A. BISSETT, West Texas Utilities Company, Abilene, Texas, JAMES F. HARRISON, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, P
RUSSELL W. LANE, Water Treatment Consultant, Champaign, Illinois     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                               This paper studies the corrosion rules of internal cooling water, water Science, Wu
                                                                      University, College of Chemistry and Molecular quality, corro
                                                                                              copper from turbine generator windin
CHUN-SONG YE, CHENG-XIN ZHANG, XUN-JIE GONG, Wuhan Turbine generator,purehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
JACK T. MAURER, Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation, Brackenridge, PA                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Missoouri
T. C. HOPPE, Black & Veatch, Consulting Engineers, Kansas City,None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. GRYSCAVAGE, P.E., Betz Water Management Group, Horsham, Pennsylvania, D. STONER, Princeville Canning, Princevil
DENNIS MARTIN, ChemTreat, Inc., Richmond, Virginia              None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARK HODGSON, Clayton Group, Edison, NJ                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Experience of shown ARIFE JAFFER, Saudi http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                sewage, biological, microbiological, ammonia, nitrate, nitrite,
                                                                                         Aramco, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia
ABDULMOHSEN D. AL-MAJHOUNI, HOWARD R. RUSSER, Jr., the microbiological control is an important factor in corrosion
CRAIG SCHINZER, 3M Facilities Engineering, St Paul, Minnesota None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 KHAI                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES B. CARLING, Milton Roy Company, Ivyland, Pennsylvania,None TRAN, Ashbrook-Simon-Hartley, Houston, Texas
BOSCO HO, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania          None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
J. ROZENBERG, L. DOLLE, R. DARRAS, Commissariat A l'Energie Atomique, CEN Saclay, France http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
YALE SOLOMON, Nuclear Energy Systems, PWR Systems Div., Westinghouse Electric Corp., Forest Hills, Pennsylvania
                                                                None
J. ROZENBERG, L. DOLLE, R. DARRAS, Commissariat A l'Energie Atomique, CEN Saclay, France http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hales, W. W.                                                    Cooling System Treatment http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Flow-accelerated corrosion, FAC, is a serioushttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Flow-accelerated corrosion, Palo Alto, CA, RICHARD of pip
                                                                                          threat to the structural integrity chem
DOUGLAS P MUNSON, BINDI CHEXAL, BARRY DOOLEY, Electric Power Research Institute,corrosion-corrosion, cycle J. TIL
                                                                None
WILLIAM M. HANN, S. T. ROBERTSON, Rohm and Haas Company, Spring House, Pennsylvania      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Pagan, D., Schmidt, P. G.                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Boiler Corrosion and Control
Andrews, W. L.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Boiler Corrosion and Control
                                                                None                     H. PETERSON, D. F. PENSENSTAD
TAKAHISA HATTORI, HISASHI FUJII, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Takasago, Japan, S. http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL COHEN, Consultant, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                     H. PETERSON, D. F. PENSENSTAD
TAKAHISA HATTORI, HISASHI FUJII, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Takasago, Japan, S. http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Sargent, J. K.                                                  Ion Exchange             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DANIEL B. RICE, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan, ANDRE MEDETE, Dow Deutschland Inc., Rheinmuenster
                                                                None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PRENTISS B. CARTER, Central Illinois Light Company, Peoria, Illinois, K. ANTHONY SELBY, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Ev
Medin, A. L.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Nuclear Power Water Technology
Cohen, P.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Nuclear Power Water Technology
Thompson, R. B.                                                 Cooling System Treatment http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CATHERINE BOLIN, Duke Power Company, Clover, South Carolina, GARY WARD, Duke Power Company, Charlotte, North C
                                         When Inc., Burlington, starts to limit testing, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                         throughput, is not uncommon for th
CHARLES FOSTER, Diagnostic Cooling Solutions cooling capacityCooling tower a plant‘scooling toweritefficiency, cooling tower
                                                                 Ontario, Canada
                                                                None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN ZIMOWSKI, Dupont Co., Orange, TXMany manufacturers are overhauling their splash fill equipped cooling towers with f
DOUGLAS DEWITT-DICK, Ashland Specialty Chemical, Boonton, NJ                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Regutti, C. W., Power, T. H.                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Biological Control, Cooling System Treatment
                                         The Park, KS; SUSANCooling to the Board of Public Water (BPU‘s) Nearman
BRUCE LARKIN, PE, Black & Veatch, Overland once-through water supplyTower Retrofit, CoolingUtilities‘Treatment City, KS Cr
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 CINELLI, Board of Public Utilities (BPU), Kansas
BRUCE LARKIN, PE, Black & Veatch, Overland Park, KS; SUSANNone                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 CINELLI, Board of Public Utilities (BPU), Kansas City, KS
                                                                None
AMES W. CUCHENS, P.E., Southern Company Services, Inc, Birmingham, AL                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         This & Gas Co., Ridgefield, NJ; operating experience in cooling water, chlorine diox
                                                                Reuse water, secondary effluent, a Arthur Freedman Assoc
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT DEBENEDETTO, Public Service Elec. report describes four years ARTHUR J. FREEDMAN, 650 MW combined cycle
Paulson, E. G.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Biological Control, Cooling System Treatment
                                         By Inc., the presence None
                                                                of RICHARD in a cooling tower is insufficient Immunology, S
                                                                                         Ph.D., Microbiology & to predict the p
THOMAS BUGLER and JOHN LANE, Evapco, itself,Taneytown, MD; legionellae MILLER,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                N
JOHN J. FARMERIE, Cyrus Rice Water Consultants, Pittsburgh, PAone                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                     Ph.D., Microbiology & Immunology, S
THOMAS BUGLER and JOHN LANE, Evapco, Inc., Taneytown, MD; RICHARD MILLER,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         A summary of Legionaries
                                                                None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL R. PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, CO disease throughout the USA is provided. Also, a review
                                         Cooling water systemsNone been the source http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL R. PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, CO   have                    of Legionella bacteria proliferation sin
CHRISTOPHER J. NALEPA, Ph.D., Albemarle Corporation, Baton Rouge, LA                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Kennerdell, PA        Chlorine, sodium hypochlorite, cooling water, microbiologica
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PHILIP JONES, U.S. Generating Company, After four years of acceptable results, shock chlorination of the cooling tower at a 9
                                          Duluth, GA; SAM OWENS, CHEMICO International, Inc., Corpus Blowdown, usin
                                                                Cooling Towers, as a http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                          Conservation, Zero economical
AL YEOMAN, CHEMICO International, Inc., Hardness, chlorides and silica reductionWaterconcentrated fluid is Christi, TX Chlor
AKLIMA HOSSAIN, PE, HDR|Cummins and Barnard, Inc., Ann Arbor, MINone                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Puckorius, P. R., Lindemuth, L. D.                              Cooling System Treatment http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN R. OHLER, Public Service Company of New Mexico, Farmington, New Mexico, WILLIAM A. HOLLINGSHAD, Calgon C
                                                                None
WILFRED OLSON, BRIAN VESTBY, SaskPower, Boundary Dam Power Station, Saskatchewan, Canada http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BILLY FELLERS, Texas Utilities Generating Company, Glen Rose,NoneTexas                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
WILFRED OLSON, BRIAN VESTBY, SaskPower, Boundary Dam Power Station, Saskatchewan, Canada http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         The various & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, CO
                                                                None                      cooling water are identified and class
PAUL PUCKORIUS, GARY R. LORETITSCH, Puckoriusscales commonly encountered inhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Wayne C. Micheletti Inc., Charlottesville, VA                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL PUCKORIUS, GARY R. LORETITSCH, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, CO           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JACK V. MATSON, University of Houston, Houston, Texas              None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
M. A. WINTERS, Amoco Corporation, Naperville, Illinois             None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JACK V. MATSON, University of Houston, Houston, Texas              None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   JOHN CHIAPPETTA, Drew Industria
AL THIEME, Clark Oil and Refining Corporation, Blue Island, Illinois, HAROLD MOFFAT, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   Colorado
JERRY PRINTZ, Stearns-Roger Division, United Engineers & Constructors, Inc., Denver, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Clarke, F. E.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Cooling System Treatment
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BLAIR JONES, Capital Controls Company, Inc., Colmar, Pennsylvania, GERALD SLIFER, Public Service Electric and Gas Com
                                                                   None
KENNETH J. KOZELSKI, E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc., Camden, South Carolinahttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
W. K. JING, S. H. CHIANG, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. W. SIEGMUND, Sheppard T. Powell Associates, Baltimore, Maryland None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            This paper gives DUPREE, Carolina Power the problem of copper Carolina, lead
                                                                   Copper deposition, turbine, utility steam cycles, MW loss, eff
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OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc, Wilmington, Delaware, LARRYbackground information on & Light, Raleigh, North depositionTOM
KEN LAYTON, Pacificorp, Salt Lake City, Utah                       None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc, Wilmington, Delaware, LARRY DUPREE, Carolina Power & Light, Raleigh, North Carolina, TOM
                                            Two open meetings the discussion of copper fouling of high-pressure utility turbin
ANDREW HOWELL, New Century Energies, Englewood, CO of None                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS FITZSIMMONS, Basin Electric Power Cooperative, Bismarck, North Dakota, BRIAN LARSON, Basin Electric Power
                                                                   None
W. B. WILLSEY, W.B. Willsey Associates Inc., Cherry Hill, New Jersey                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHARLES H. FRITZ, Black & Veatch, Kansas City, Missouri, LAWRENCE R. LATTA, American Electric Power Service Corp.,
                                                                   None
CHARLES M. SUENKONIS, Rust Environment & Infrastructure, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Research activity sponsored by EPRI has boiler
                                                                   copper, feedwater, provided a clear understanding of the sci
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KEVIN J. SHIELDS and BARRY DOOLEY, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA water, steam, superheater, turbine
                                                                                          h
Moderator:Allan Harvey, Ph.D.., National Institute of Standards & Technology, Boulder, COttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Wilkes, J. F.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Cooling System Treatment
                                            In the latest Advanced Boiling Water Reactor http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Power Systems & Services Company, iron, crud, neutral
                                                                                          plants insoluble heater drain pump-u
MINORU KOBAYASHI, HAJIME HIRASAWA, Toshiba CorporationCorrosion, turbine, feedwater,in Japan , Yokohama, Japan pu
                                                                   None
ANGELA ERVIN, KATHLEEN HARDY, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. J. WARD, D. A. JENSON, Olin Water Services, Overland Park,None   Kansas                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. S. KRISHER, Monsanto Company, St. Louis, Missouri               None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rice, O.                                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Corrosion Control - General
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
L. D. PAUL, Babcock & Wilcox, Alliance, Ohio, G. I. OGUNDELE, Ontario Hydro, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
ROBERT D. PORT, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Illinois None                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL D. SCHUMACHER, Wisconsin Electric Power Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, ROY A. JOHNSON, JOHN A. ROMBER
BENNETT P, BOFFARDI, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALLEN E. FELTZIN, Airco Industrial Gases, Murray Hill, New Jersey, ROBERT DI STEFANO, Syntec Corporation, Water Mana
MIKE A. WINTERS, Amoco Corporation, Naperville, Illinois           None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Fox, C. E.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Boiler Corrosion and Control
Bigger, T. W., Quinlan, J. F.,Carson, C. C.                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            This BRESHEARS, variety of corrosion monitoring techniques - including wet che
                                                                   none                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TZU-YU CHEN, RODNEY H. BANKS, JEFFREY paper reviews aNARASIMHA M. RAO, STEVEN N. NICOLICH and DANIEL M
Hollingshad, W. R., Shea, E. P.                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Corrosion Control - Steel, Distillation
G. T. FARLEY, F. G. VOGT, Betz Laboratories, Inc., Trevose, PA None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Nole, V. F.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Corrosion Control - Copper Alloy
                                                                   None
THOMAS H. PIKE, Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, Hugo, Oklahoma                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
JAMES C. BELLOWS, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Orlando, Florida                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Simon, D. E., II                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Boiler Corrosion and Control
Sawochka, S. G., Pearl, W. L.                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Nuclear Power Water Technology
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
S. G. SAWOCHKA, M. E. CLOUSE, NWT Corporation, San Jose, California, B. LARSON, T. ARCHBOLD, Missouri Basin Pow
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
S. G. SAWOCHKA, M. E. CLOUSE, NWT Corporation, San Jose, California, B. LARSON, T. ARCHBOLD, Missouri Basin Pow
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware                    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    San
W. L. PEARL, S. G. SAWOCHKA, P. S. WALL, NWT Corporation, NoneJose, California http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   Pennsylvania 15275
WILLIAM R. GREENAWAY, NUS Corporation, Park West II, Cliff Mine Road, Pittsburgh, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN W. MOFFETT, Kentucky Utilities Company, Ghent, Kentucky, JAMES E. ZOSKI, Betz Laboratories, Inc., Trevose, Penn
Wages, S. R.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Corrosion
                                            The techniques River Corrosion product transport, crud, elemental are applied for
BARBARA D. SAWICKA, JERZY A. SAWICKI, AECL, Chalkof X-ray fluorescence and Mossbauer spectroscopyanalysis, oxidat
                                                                    Laboratories,         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    San                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
T. A. HOOK, W. L. PEARL, S. G. SAWOCHKA, NWT Corporation,None Jose, California, J. SCHEIBEL, Electric Power Researc
JAMES BROWN, Ontario Hydro Research Division, Ontario, Canada    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PIETRO PINACCI, MARCO FERRARI, G. BUZZANCO, CISE Technologie Innovative Spa., Segrate, Italy, P. V. SCOLARI, EN
JOE LUX, Consultant, Massillon, Ohio                             None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DENNIS K. MORAN, City of Burbank, Plant Manager, Burbank, California, BRUCE A. JOHNSTON, PE, Betz Water Manageme
                                                                 N
JOSEPH A. WILLY, Sony Electronics Inc., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania one                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Morris, E. B.                                                    Chemical Cleaning      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          This paper LLP, Austin, TX
DAVID DANIELS, Mechanical & Materials Engineering, will review the two corrosion mechanisms commonly found in condensin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Inc., Venice, FL and THOMAS F. SEACORD, P.E., Carollo Engineers, Boise, ID
                                                                 reverse osmosis, been viewed as expensive, thus many ow
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JULIA E. NEMETH, PE, Harn R/O Systems,Membrane technologies have historicallymembrane softening, manufacturing, proc
HARBANS KOHLI, US Filter Corporation, Signal Hill, CA                                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          With the               None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER S. MEYERS, ResinTech, Inc., Cherry Hill, NJrecent interest in packed bed technology, many companies are considerin
DAN RICE, Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Cecil, L. K., Kirkpatrick, F. W.                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Wastewater Treatment, Water Reuse
JOHN W. KAAKINEN, Chemetek, Astoria, Oregon                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. R. HOWARD, V. G. MORGAN, Ohio Edison Company, Stratton,None    Ohio                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Thompson, J., Reents, A. C.                                      Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TAKESHI IZUMI, Ebara Corporation, Kanagawa, Japan, HIDEO KAWAZU, Ebara Corporation, Tokyo, Japan, YUKIO HEMMI,
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TAKESHI IZUMI, YOUSHI OHMORI, TAKAO INO, TATSUYA DEGUTI, Ebara Corporation, Tokyo, Japan, TOSHITAKE MORIK
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TAKESHI IZUMI, HIDEO KAWAZU, MASAHIRO HAGIWARA, KAZUMI MAEHARA, Ebara Corporation, Kanagawa, Japan, YO
                                                                 None
JOHN P. TERRY, CRYSTAL W. YATES, Buckman Laboratories, Memphis, Tennessee http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DR. AL YEOMAN, Ciba-Geigy Ardsley, New York                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Taggart, E. J., Mull, E. B.                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Filtration, Wastewater Treatment
FRANK MORENSKI, Graver Water, Union, New Jersey                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID PAUL, David H. Paul, Inc., Farmington, New Mexico          None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Ltd., thousands and ion exchange, resin, analysis, analyzed every year to see th
                                                                  exchange resin samples are demineralization, softening,
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE BERNAHL, W Bernahl Enterprises ManyElmhurst, ILof ionCARL ROSSOW, ONDEO Nalco Company,Naperville, ILif de
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WAYNE BERNAHL, W Bernahl Enterprises Ltd., Elmhurst, IL and CARL ROSSOW, ONDEO Nalco Company,Naperville, IL
VIJAY K. PURI, Ionex Water Treatment, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hauck, C. F.                                                     Water Reuse            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          This paper Inc., overview of the newest technology now being employed in Legione
                                                                 Legionella, Cooling tower water, Drinking water, identification
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ZHE ZHANG, PH.D., San Air Technologies Laboratory, is an Powhatan, VA; PAUL PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Inc.,
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
F. SIGON, C. ZAGANO, ENEL/DSR-CRTN, Milano, Italy, G. QUADRI, ENEL/DCO-ULP, Piacenza, Italy
                                          Key success factors related chemistry, success factors, performance, oxygen trea
                                                                  Africa, cycle chemistry have been identified. Current focus
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DENIS ASPDEN, Eskom Generation Group, Johannesburg, SouthCycle to BARRY CONLINEskom, Technology Group, Johann
RANDY C. TURNER, The Southern Company, Atlanta, Georgia None                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
BARRY DOOLEY, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
DAVID N. FRENCH, David N. French, Inc., Metallurgists, Northborough, Massachusetts http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LAWRENCE GURNARI, Graver Water Union, New Jersey, ROBERT STANDBERG, Graver Water, Bainbridge, Pennsylvania
Kuhn, E. B.                                                      Deaeration             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Jones, A. L.                                                     Deaeration             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Steam deaeration has Deaeration, tray type, parallel downflow
                                                                 existed
BILL RUNYAN, JAMES ABRUZZO, Cochrane, Inc., King of Prussia, PA for decades, but with today‘s increasingly difficult de
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ELI SALEM, Ecodyne Limited, Cranford, NJ                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. A. KELLY, Dearborn Division, W.R. Grace & Company, Lake Zurich, Illinois, C. E. GUZI, The Proctor & Gamble Company, C
M. A. WINTERS, Amoco Corporation, Naperville, Illinois           None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Shoemaker, M. J.                                                 Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DEBORAH NAGLE, US EPA - Permits Division, Washington, DC                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Baker, R. J.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Filtration,I
ANDREW CONSTABLE, Capital Controls Company, Colmar, Pennsylvania None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          With                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BILL STROMAN, Primary Energy, San Diego, CAsystem load requirements dictating short periods of shutdown for some boiler
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN FARRAR, JOSEPH H. SMITH, Portals Water Treatment, Ltd., Isleworth, Middlesex, United Kingdom
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES K. RICE, Consulting Engineer, Olney, Maryland, RAYMOND F. MADDALONE, TRW, Inc., Redondo Beach, California,
                                                                 None
JAMES L. GRECO, Pennsylvania Electric Company, Johnstown, Pennsylvania                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES K. RICE, Consulting Engineer, Olney, Maryland, RAYMOND F. MADDALONE, TRW, Inc., Redondo Beach, California,
                                          The term               Green, a buzzword in society which GSR, Sustainable Dev
JAMES GREEN, Heisler Green, Downers Grove, IL ―green‖ has becomeGreen Chemistry, Standards,many companies are us
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TIMOTHY EGGERT, GE Water & Process Technologies, Seal Beach, CA  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The drive Inc., W. Boylston, MA; JEFFREY MCAULEY, Massachusetts Water Res
                                                                 in the covered primaryhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                         clarifiers of a municipal waste treatm
JAMES SCUTTI, Massachusetts Materials Research, chains used Microbiologically influenced corrosion, MIC, 403 stainless ste
STEPHEN LAMB, Nickel Development Institute, Huntington, WV                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES SCUTTI, Massachusetts Materials Research, Inc., W. Boylston, MA; JEFFREY MCAULEY, Massachusetts Water Res
Wolff, J. J.                                                       Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hoppe, T. C., Russell, R. A.                                                              Distillation,Ion Exchange
                                                                   Boiler Deposit Control,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
PETER MEYERS, L*A Water Treatment Corporation, City of Industry, California               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
M. B. YELIGAR, Permutit Company, Inc., Warren, New Jersey          None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID H. CAMERON, London Monenco Consultants Ltd., St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada, HUGH BORLAND, DERRICK L. B
                                                                   None
F. X. MCGARVEY, JOHN UNGAR, Sybron Chemical Division, Birmingham, New Jersey http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Manring, W. E.                                                     Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Wirth, L., Jr.                                                     Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
M. K. BURNS, JR., D. P. FETTERMAN, K. H. FREDERICK, GPU Nuclear Corporation, Reading, Pennsylvania, NICHOLAS T.
                                           The Ferndale, WA, dedicated, SHELTON, Baker Industrial demineralizer were sp
                                                                   Dedicated train, make-up demineralizer, split train
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KARA MILLHOLLIN, ARCO Products Company, three trains of aGLORIA K. two bed (SAC/SBA) makeupChemicals, Bellingham
JOHN ZUPANOVICH, Chemtreat, Inc., Glen Allen, VA                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Harding, T. P.                                                     Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
David L. Drummonds, Southern Company Services, Inc., Birmingham, Alabama                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Richardson, W., Driscoll, E. D.                                    Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Farmer, H. C., Burgess, V. B.                                      Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Indianapolis Power andInc., Company decided to undertake a Indianapolis of a r
                                                                     Light                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROB LAWLER, TIMOTHY KEISTER, ProChemTech International, NoneBrockway, PA, JEFFERY TEAGUE,full scale test Powe
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
T. A. HOOK, W. L. PEARL, NWT Corporation, San Jose, California, J. SCHEIBEL, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto
ELI SALEM, The Graver Company, Union, New Jersey                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This paper will provide None
                                                                    background information on the Energy Technology water a
SARA PLETCHER, BARBARA CARNEY, SARAH FORBES, U.S. Department of Energy - Nationalrelationship between Laborat
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
F. H. SEELS, D. L. GIBBON, G. C. SIMON, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. E. ALLMON, N. J. MRAVICH, The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Alliance, Ohio, R. J. SAIA, General Electric Company, Sch
                                                                   None
OTAKAR JONAS, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. E. ALLMON, N. J. MRAVICH, The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Alliance, Ohio, R. J. SAIA, General Electric Company, Sch
Illig, G.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Cooling System Treatment
Duff, J. H.                                                        Filtration             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Odland, K.                                                         Distillation           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            a Veolia Water Solutions & Removal, Desalination, Fouling Control, Unique Sepa
                                                                   Boron proprietary Optimized Pittsburgh, PA
LNSP NAGGHAPPAN, N.A.Water Systems,The OPUS™ technology is aTechnology Company, Pretreatment and Organics Rem
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CAROLINE WILSON MUSSBACHER, Encana Oil & Gas Partnership, Calgary, AB,Canada              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           As the MECO, New Orleans, LA
PAUL A. W. CHOULES, Dr. ALASDAIR MACIVER,world‘s population continues to increase, and existing water supplies diminis
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JANUSZ SIKORA, Debiensko Coal Mine, Katowice, Poland, KRZYSZTOF, SZYNDLER, Energotechnika, Knurow, Poland, ROD
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL L. WISDOM, Destec Energy, Inc., Houston, Texas, PHIL V. QUAILS, West Texas Utilities Co., Vernon, Texas
McBride, G. A.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Boehner, H. W.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT A. HART, SALLY A. THOMAS, Conoco, Inc., Ponca City, OklahomaNone                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   City of Industry, California
PETER S. MEYERS, L*A Water Treatment Corporation, a Member of the Portals Group, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN S. NORDIN, Betz●Converse●Murdoch, Inc., Plymouth Meeting, PA  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN CASTAGNA, Industrial Water, The Permutit Company              None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
QAZI HAIDER, DANNY MOORE, TU Electric, Glen Rose, Texas, PAUL W. GROSS, Monk Engineering, Inc., Houston, Texas,
MARY H. KERR, Sargent & Lundy, Chicago, Illinois                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
A. C. MCDONALD, G. J. PATEK, Betz Laboratories, Inc., The Woodlands, Texas                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BOB ROSAIN, CHET MORTON, CH2M Hill, Bellevue, WashingtonNone                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. J. WEIS, Peabody-Welles, Roscoe, Illinois, LEE STIERWALT, City of Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, Colorado
J. D. DARJI, Infilco Degremont Inc., Richmond, Virginia            None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. PRINTZ, L. W. JOHNSON, J. T. ARONSON, H. J. MARTIN, Stearns-Roger, Inc., Denver, Colorado
L. O. BRESTEL, Colorado-Ute Electric Association, Inc.             None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. PRINTZ, L. W. JOHNSON, J. T. ARONSON, H. J. MARTIN, Stearns-Roger, Inc., Denver, Colorado
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
C. PALMER, Cotter Corporation, Lakewood, Colorado, A. HIMSLEY, J.A. BENNETT, Himsley Engineering Ltd., Toronto, Cana
                                           The Membrane Systems, Inc., Wilmington, osmosis andLarge Diameter Element, P
                                                                   Reverse Osmosis, Nanofiltration, nanofiltration elements ha
BENJAMIN ANTRIM and CHINH HOANG, Koch development of large diameter reverse MA            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER MIDGLEY, Anderson Water Systems, Dundas, Ontario, Canada                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Cross, J. R.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Boiler Corrosion and Control, Cooling System Treatment
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LAWRENCE GURNARI, The Graver Company, Union, New Jersey, THOMAS ROBERTS, Pennsylvania Electric Company (PE
                                                                   None
JULIUS ISAAC, JOSE P. LOZADA, Ebasco Services Inc., New York, New York                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This paper describes the York, NY; JAMESconstruction of feedwater, microfiltratio
                                                                   Design-build, water HOFF, USFilter, Rockford, IL
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
IAN CROSSLEY, DONALD BRAILEY, Hazen and Sawyer, P.C., New development andtreatment, boilera sophisticated automat
CHARLES FRITZ, Black & Veatch, Overland Park, KS                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Power plant Corporation, Frederick, controls, target ZLD, NPDES, reuse, recycle,
                                                                   Environmental a prime CLD, for environmental controls - (N
LISA BENNETT and KUMAR SINHA, PE, Bechtel Powerdischarges have becomeMD                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DIANE MARTINI, Sargent & Lundy, LLC, Chicago, IL                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Strahlendorff, E. A                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Clarification and Contact Softening
JOEL R. KASPER, Aquagenics Incorporated, Woburn, Massachusetts     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Eddy/AECOM, Laurel,Headworks Analysis, Respirometry.
BRIAN AYLAIAN and HONG YIN, Metcalf &This paper presents an MD                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    overview of the challenges encountered by power plant des
CHRISTIAN CABRAL, NA Water Systems, Pittsburgh, PA                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           York, NY; JONATHAN WOOD,osmosis, RO,(ERRP) included the installation of a L
                                                                   Reverse Siemens Water Technologies, Ionpure Products, 6
CHRISTINA HO, Consolidated Edison, NewCon Edison‘s East River Repowering Project http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                            Continuous electrodeionization, CED
                                           The cooling             None                     gasification combined cycle (IGCC) D
HENRY HUNT, Ranney Collector Wells, Columbus, OH water supply for a new integratedhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
COLLEEN LAYMAN, PE, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Reverse and PHILIP W. FATULA, Sybron Chemicals, Inc., a Bayer process in de
STEFAN HILGER, Bayer AG, Leverkusen, Germany,osmosis is increasingly being used as the primary desaltingCompany, Pitt
                                                                   none                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOSEPH F. GIANNELLI, Finetech Inc., Mountain Lakes, NJ                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Tolman, S. T.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Relatively large volumes of
                                                                   GEORGE HUDDLESTON, Entrix, Inc., Pendleton, plants in
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN RODGERS, JR., Ph.D.., Clemson University, Clemson, SC, Nonewastewater are generated by coal-fired power SC and C
MARK JANICK, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD                                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           MOONEY, constructed wetland GEORGE selenium, mercury, FGD wastewater P
                                                                   Constructed wetland, M. HUDDLESTON III, ENTRIX, Inc.,
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CYNTHIA MURRAY-GULDE, F. DOUGLASSite-specificENTRIX, Atlanta, GA;treatment systems have been designed and cons
                                           With Nooter Eriksen, Fenton, MO                  being cycled-rather than being run co
JOSEPH SCHROEDER, LEWIS DOUGLAS, PE,U.S. combined-cycle plants increasinglyhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
Skelly, M. J., Keegan, R. T.,Lawler, J. P.                                                 h
                                                                   Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALBERT D. OWENS, Cyrus Rice Consulting Group, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, TORRY TVEDT, Jr., Dow Chemical Company, F
Launno, R. R., Rowe, W. H.                                                                 h
                                                                   Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
H. A. SCHLESINGER, Gibbs & Hill, Inc., New York, NY                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. E. KELLEY, Portland General Electric Co., Portland Oregon       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Obrecht, M. F., Quill, L. L.                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Corrosion Control - Copper Alloy
                                           HRSG manufacturers typically pearlite, ferrite,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   HRSG, recommend against chemically duct firing, maricite,p
                                                                                            spheroidization, cleaning new units
DOUGLAS B. DEWITT-DICK, Ashland Specialty Chemical Co., Portland, TX, EDWARD S. BEARDWOOD, Ashland Specialty
Newman, J., Witt, W.                                               Gas Scrubbing           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Bruns, R. B.                                                                               h
                                                                   Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The Indiantown Generating Plant is Indiantown Generating facility using agricultur
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOEL M. DAVIE, Bechtel Power Corp., Frederick, MD; KEITH YEGERLEHNER,the zero liquid dischargeCo., Indiantown, FL; TE
STEPHEN P. WOOD, Carney‘s Point Generating Station, Carneys None NJ Point,                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
PETER S. MEYERS, L*A Water Treatment Corporation, City of Industry, California             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Microbiologically influenced corrosion, the interaction between microbiological activ
                                                                   Microbiologically influenced corrosion, monitoring, water trea
GEORGE J. LICINA, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, California              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
ARTHUR J. FREEDMAN, Arthur Freedman Associates, East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The detection and control of planktonic microorganisms hasOntario, Canada
                                                                   Division, Ashland Canada Inc., Ajax, been well understood
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EDWARD BEARDWOOD, JERRY K. THERRIEN, Drew Industrial Heat transfer, fouling factors, corrosion, underdeposit corros
JOHN F. GAREY, Bridger Scientific, Inc., Bourne, MA                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EDWARD BEARDWOOD, JERRY K. THERRIEN, Drew Industrial Division, Ashland Canada Inc., Ajax, Ontario, Canada
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KAROL DAUCIK, I/S Skaerbaekvaeket, Fredericia, Denmark, KATE WIECK-HANSEN, I/S Nordkraft, Aalborg, Denmark
JAMES K. RICE, Consulting Engineer, Olney, Maryland, THOMAS None                           Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, C
                                                                   O. PASSELL, Electric http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
E. E. COULTER, The Babcock & Wilcox Co. Nuclear Equipment Division None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES O. ROBINSON, Betz Laboratories, Trevose, Pennsylvania None                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Boiler, cleaning, chemical cleaning,placed in service. In som
                                                                                            as they are deposits, boiler failure, d
                                           Boilers begin to accumulate deposits as soonhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
K. ANTHONY SELBY, Water Technology Consultants, Inc., Evergreen, CO
                                           Prevention of infections acquired while in the http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAY FARMERIE, Cyrus Rice Water Consultants, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA   None                    hospital is one of the major safety init
MATTHEW R. FREIJE, HC Information Resources, Fallbrook, CA                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This paper investigates the use and Authority, Chattanooga, TN
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. E. HAAS, Ecolochem, Inc., Norfolk, VA; GREG BARTLEY, Tennessee Valleydevelopment of microfiltration with ceramic me
RAMESH R. BHAVE, U.S. Filter/Memcor, Timonium, MD                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    Electric Power Research Institute, Pa
BRUCE LARKIN, LES WEBB, Black & Veatch, Kansas City, Missouri, BARRY DOOLEY, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GARY M. REGGIANI, Betz Industrial, The Water Management Division, Betz Laboratories, Inc., Trevose, Pennsylvania, RICHA
T. J. TVEDT, Jr., The Dow Chemical Company, Freeport, Texas None                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GARY M. REGGIANI, Betz Industrial, The Water Management Division, Betz Laboratories, Inc., Trevose, Pennsylvania, RICHA
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ORIN HOLLANDER, Betz Laboratories, Inc., Trevose, Pennsylvania, JACK LAMBERT, Betz Industrial, Huntsville, Alabama, DA
GERALD D. HANSEN, Consultant, Holicond, Pennsylvania             None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Corporation, technology is one of the Japan; crud in the power industry. We have
                                                                 TOC, leachables, crud, MASAHIRO resins, condensate, M
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TATSUYA DEGUCHI, TAKAO INO, EBARACrud removal Fujisawa-shi, Kanagawa,major topics removal HAGIWARA, AKIRA mo
                                           The use of wastewater C. V,
VICTOR MARTΊNEZ MORALES, Altos Hornos de México S.A. DENone Monclova, Coahuila, Mexico for treatment and reuse in
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   streams, municipal and industrial,
                                           Hydrochem R&D has developedEDTA, scale dissolution,inhibitor for use in organic
WAYNE W. FRENIER, HydroChem Industrial Services, Houston, TX                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Inhibitor, a low-hazard corrosion chelant, organic acid
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE W. FRENIER, HydroChem Industrial Services, Inc., Houston, Texas, DAVID LARSON, Larson Engineering, Tulsa, Ok
Bays, C. A., Folk, S. H.                                         Environmental Assessmenthttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           TAKAO INO, and size leachables, high Corporation, gel type 14% crosslinkage ha
                                                                  (UPS) strong acid cation gel resin with cation exchange resi
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TAKESHI IZUMI, MASAHIRO HAGIWARA, A uniform particle TOSHI TAKAI, Ebaracrosslinkage, Japan; MARVIN H. TEGEN, T
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TIMOTHY W. TROFE, Radian Corporation, Austin, Texas, RICHARD J. SUGAM, Public Service Electric & Gas Company, New
PETER L. TREMONT, Peter L. Tremont & Associates, Houston, Texas  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TIMOTHY W. TROFE, Radian Corporation, Austin, Texas, RICHARD J. SUGAM, Public Service Electric & Gas Company, New
                                                                 None
A. D. PRUNAC, E. ZAGANIARIS, Rohm & Haas European Laboratories, Valbonne, France         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
T. R. DILLMAN, Illinois Water Treatment Company, Rockford, Illinois                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The main E. HOOTS, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, IL halogens
                                                                   of triazole demand in http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                           cooling copper,
JENNIFER C. HORNE, NARASIMHA M. RAO, JOHN mechanismsTriazole, consumption,astripping,water system include: adsor
RALPH G. LOMBARDO, HARRIS KRAINMAN, Ashland Chemical None                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Company, Drew Industrial Division, Boonton, New Jersey
SERGIO CASTRO, Instituto Mexicano Del Petroleo (IMP), Mexico, D.F., Mexico               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
L. S. GOLDEN, J. IRVING, Purolite International Limited, Pontyclun, Wales                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JERRY GUTER, Boyle Engineering, Bakersfield, California          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
L. S. GOLDEN, J. IRVING, Purolite International Limited, Pontyclun, Wales                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS C. ROGINSKI, Betz*Converse*Murdoch* Inc., Plymouth None                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Meeting, Pennsylvania, HARRY B. GAYLEY, Transamerica
                                                                 None
J. J. SCHUCK, I. T. GODLEWSKI, Betz Laboratories, Inc., Trevose, PA                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. E. BISCHOF, The Mogul Corporation, Chagrin Falls, Ohio        None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARK DOWIAK, DONALD MESSINGER, DANIEL THRELFALL, Penn Environmental Consultants, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
ROBERT HELWICK, The Chester Engineers Inc. Coraopolis, PA. None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SEIICHI KAZAMA, MASAHITO KOBAYASHI, Hitachi Works, Hitachi, Ltd., Hitachi-shi, Japan, TAKAYOSHI TONE, NAGAO SU
                                           We have further improved the crud removal resin for a BWR condensate deminera
                                                                  TAKESHI iron, ion exchanger resin, condensate deminerali
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SAKAE KOSANDA, TATSUYA DEGUCHI, AKIRA MATSUMOTO, Crud, crudIZUMI, MASAHIRO HAGIWARA, TAKAO INO, Eb
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
V. V. NAIK, A. NATARAJAN, Thermax Limited, Pune, Maharashtra, India, K. S. KRISHNA RAO, E. G. A. NAMBOODIRI, Nucle
HAL SAUFLEY, Sybron Chemicals, Inc., Birmingham, New Jersey None                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
V. V. NAIK, A. NATARAJAN, Thermax Limited, Pune, Maharashtra, India, K. S. KRISHNA RAO, E. G. A. NAMBOODIRI, Nucle
                                           When dealing with Canada Corp., Ajax, Ontario, Canada; and MARK two performa
                                                                 corrosion, fouling, feedhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                          forward, feedback, are loop, closed
EDWARD S. BEARDWOOD, Drew Industrial Division, Ashland open evaporative cooling water systems, thereopenPANTAZES,
                                                                 None
Y. HARAGUCHI, A. MIYAHARA, Japan Organo Company Ltd., Tokyo, Japan                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   New
TERRANCE LATERRA, Graver Water Division of Ecodyne, Union,None Jersey                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Zepfler, L. H., Hill, J. C.                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Boiler Corrosion and Control
Wirth, L. F., Jr., Fradkin, A. M.                                Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
F. JANKOWSKI, W. A. PABST, IU Conversion Systems, Horsham, Pennsylvania                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    City, Utah
S. D. HEDEN, J. H. WILHELM, Eimco BSP Division of Envirotech Corporation, Salt Lake http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
ROBERT M. ROSAIN, Commonwealth Associates, Inc., Jackson, Michigan                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
IAN E. EISNER, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Illinois      None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MIKE WINTERS, Amoco Research, Naperville, Illinois               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Fluorescence, Oxidation-Reduction
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARTIN GODFREY, RICHARD PETERSON, and STEPHEN MORI, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL Potential, Automation.
VICKIE OLSON, Honeywell Field Solutions, Atlanta, GA             None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hollberg, H. E., Armbrust, H. N.                                 Filtration              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DIONISIO G. CUISIA, Dearborn Chemical Company, Lake Zurich, None  Illinois               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MANFRED T. NOACK, Olin Corporation, New Haven, ConnecticutNone                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
RONALD A. PERREAULT, Ionics Incorporated, Watertown, Massachusetts                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JUDITH RAWA, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15230  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BILLY D. FELLERS, TU Electric, Glen Rose, Texas, DAVE S. SHENBERGER, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
MIKE ROOTHAM, Westinghouse Corporation, Madison, Pennsylvania    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DIETER VON DER MARK, Schmidding-Werke, Cologne, West Germany, HANS H. RUMP, Institut Fresenius, SHAUN S. PIER
Archibald, F. L.                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Boiler Corrosion and Control, Steam Purity
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT L. HAMILTON, Hamilton Engineering, Inc., Denver, Colorado, SUSAN L. COULTER, U.S. Filter/IWT, Rockford, Illino
LOU OBRADOVICH, Eichleay Engineers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania one N                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
O‘Mara, R. L.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Nuclear Power Water Technology, Wastewater Treatment
                                                                    None                    Halliburton Services,, Duncan, OK
C. W. JONES, Georgia Power Company, Atlanta, Georgia, L. D. MARTIN, G. W. LEWIS, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES S. POOLE, Sheppard T. Powell Associates, Baltimore, Maryland  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Paulson, E. G.                                                                              h
                                                                    Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM WEBSTER, Webster & Associates, Norristown, Pennsylvania, JOHN C. BUSCHMAN, Niro Atomizer, Inc., Columbia,
CHARLES L. SMITH, IU Conversion Systems, Inc., Horsham, PA 19044    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             This paper reports the ongoing clarification, current installation,flotation, floatationa
                                                                     VA; ADRIAAN VAN DER BEEK, Nijhuis the pilot work for
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM E. HAAS, Ecolochem, Inc., An Ionics Company, Norfolk, filtration, success of a DAF, dissolved air Water Technology,
MARK JANICK, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD                                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hoppe, T. C., Parmley, J. G.                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Boiler Cor
                                             This paper WILLIAM E. HAAS, Ecolochem, Inc., Norfolk, VA; and WENDELL GRE
                                                                    gas transfer membrane, deoxygenation, carbon dioxide,diss
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD M. MODE, Ecolochem, Inc., St. Peters, MO; will focus on the benefits of dissolved oxygen removal by Gas Transfer
                                             Genus-specific probes are DNA sequences, sometimes RNA sequences, which wi
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
T.J. TVEDT, JR., Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Angleton, TX, GEORGE ASPERY, Microbiological Laboratories, Inc., Streetsbo
WILLIAM MOORE, Calpine Corporation, Houston, TX                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             All deaerators are not created equal; Ft. someOxygen Removal, Boiler Feed PH.D
                                                                    Deaerator, Condensate, TX and operating costs can Wate
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JACK B. PRATT, SIP Consultants, Inc. - Consultant to Altair Equipment Co., Inc.,withWorth,designs, ORIN HOLLANDER,excee
Robert Holloway, Holloway Associates, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             This paper describes Disinfection Systems, Hampshire, UK
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ANDREW W. COURT, DAVID GRANT, A. G. CALLERY, Portacelthe Portacel pumpless process of disinfectant liquid dosing un
                                              Chemistry, Wuhan exchanger is divided intoElectricand lower beds with a header-
                                                                    Double of Hydraulic & http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                              upper Engineering, China
ZHANG CHENGXIN, Department of AppliedThe whole resin bedUniversity flow, ion exchanger, weak acid cation exchange resi
CHARLES H. FRITZ, Black & Veatch LLP, Kansas City, MO               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             U.S. patent law        Patent , Patent Law, Patent Litigation, affect companies' bott
                                                                                            can profoundly Ecolochem, Deoxygen
CLIFTON MCCANN, ESQ., Venable LLP, Washington, DC determines patent rights that http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Interquisa Canada requires very high purity demineralised water for its manufacturi
                                                                     DAVID BOULANGER,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             Interquisa Canada, Montreal, QC, Ca
CHRISTIAN BEAULE, The Purolite Company, Paris, ON, Canada; Dual-functionality, strong base anion, acrylic resin, TOC, org
THOMAS SCHENDEL, Mechanical Engineering Company, Inc., Houston, TX  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             In developing a flue gas desulfurization (FGD) retrofit program for its PLLC, Charlo
                                                                     NC; gas desulfurization, FGD, waste water treatment, Duke
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT WYLIE and RICHARD BAKER, Duke Energy, Charlotte, Flue WILLIAM KENNEDY, Orion Engineering, stations,WWT
DIANE MARTINI, Sargent & Lundy, LLC, Chicago, IL                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Every                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DANIEL CICERO, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL cooling system operates under stress. As stress varies, the potential for scal
M. ROIDT, S. MANOCHA, Westinghouse R&D Center, Pittsburgh, None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Pennsylvania, OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Incorporated, Wilm
                                                                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. E. ALLMON, The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Research and Development Division, Alliance, Ohio
                                                                    None
G. E. WELDER, R. R. RUMPF, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. R. GREENAWAY, NUS Corporation, Cyrus Wm. Rice Division,None                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Barber, D., Dundar, Y.                                                                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Nuclear Power Water Technology
                                                                    None
CLARENCE D. COLLEY, Boeing Defense and Space Group, Huntsville, Alabama                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             This Company, Thompsons, Texas, CRAIG Amberpack™, reverse flow, Birm™ filte
                                                                    Packed-Bed, cation COCKERHAM, Stone the side-by-side
EUGENE WILLIAMS, Houston Lighting & Power paper presents a summary of aretrofit, packed bed retrofit and & Webster Envi
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Ahlgren, R. M.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Distillation, Ion Exchange,Reverse Osmosis
                                             TX; BILL LOYD, have Spiral wound Electrodeionization (SWEDI); On-site (RO) an
                                                                    been Solutions, perceptions that
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
AVIJIT DEY, PH.D, Omexell, Inc., Houston, Historically there Dow WaterwidespreadMinneapolis, MN reverse osmosis regenera
DOUGLAS KELLOGG, Siemens Water Technologies Corp., Rockford, IL     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kneen, T. B., Kountz, R. R.                                         Steam Purity            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
R. J. CHURCHILL, Petrolite Corporation, Tretolite Division, St. Louis, Missouri             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STUART SAVAGE, Dravo Corp., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             The Rockford, of 250 TDS, reverse osmosis,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             ion exchange regenerated ion excha
SHAN S. SUNDARAM, P.E., Ambi-Design, Inc., total costs Illinois gpm RO systems and counter-current systems, counter-curre
ROBERT M. QUINN, RQ Associates, Teaneck, New Jersey,                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             The total costs of 250 gpm Reverse Osmosis, Counter-current Ion Exchange,excha
SHAN S. SUNDARAM, AMBI-Design, Inc. Rockford, IL                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    RO, RO systems and counter-current regenerated ion CCIX
JOHN UNGAR, J & JU Associates, Arlington, VT                        None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Hydrochloric acid      Corrosion resistance, CPVC, stainless steel, and mixedC-276
                                                                                            of cation exchangers Hastelloy bed
SHAN S. SUNDARAM, P.E., AMBI-Design, Inc., Rockford, IL is preferred in regeneration http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN CASTAGNA, American Aquasciences, Parsippany, NJ                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Winter, T. H., Fox, R. D.,Himmelstein, K. J.                                                h
                                                                    Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Outsourcing is a growing business method providing boiler feed financing,an alterna
                                                                    Outsourcing, EDWIN http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                            (ED) R. FERTIG, water as water tre
C. RICHARD ISTRE, WILLIAM R. TEMPLE, CPA, Ecolochem, Inc., Norfolk, VA,capital expenditure, project GARY FROST, St L
TERRY LATERRA, Graver Water, Cranford, NJ                           None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Moderator: Bill Miller, Ecolochem, Norfolk, VA                      None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hartung, H. A.                                                                              h
                                                                    Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALAN PRYOR, National Water Management Corp., San Jose, California, MICHAEL BUKAY, Michael Bukay & Associates, San
TOM LARONGE, Thomas M. Laronge, Inc., Vancouver, Washington         None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Mascitti, F. L.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Public Wa
Eshrich, C. H.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
Coleman, P. H.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
                                             Upgrading conventional boiler feed systems with membranetreatment, reverse osm
JOHN C. KIERNAN, Ionics, Incorporated, Watertown, MA                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Long-term leasing, membrane water paste water treatment
GREG BARTLEY, TVA, Chattanooga, TN                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             In this Philadelphia, PA                          are scrutinized — including the cost
AMY H. LETTOFSKY, Rohm and Haas Company, highly competitive environment all costsexchange, life-cycle, payback, re-bed
                                                                     Economics, EUAC, ionhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL O‘BRIEN, Graver Water Systems, Cranford, NJ                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             To Lakeland, FL; KENNETH R. WEISS, reliability, the upgrade, economics, power
                                                                     Water treatment, Black & Veatch, Kansas City, has
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HUGH PATTERSON, City of Lakeland Florida, reduce operating costs and increase demineralizer City of Lakeland MO underta
KENNETH FREDERICK, Ion Exchange Associates, Inc., Reading, None       PA                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              and CHARLES J. RUNKLEcan process 60%http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      that Membrana-Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
                                                                                              more water than current designs CO
AMIT SENGUPTA, BETH KITTERINGHAM,A membrane contactorWater, Membrane, Contactors, Modules, Degasification, has
                                              F.TESSIER, E-Cell Corporation, Guelph, Ontario, boron using a new EDI unit as a
JOHN H. BARBER, GLENN TOWE, DAVID Results are presented on the removal of silica and Canada http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             This report Guelph, ON, Canada; DAVID TESSIER,structure of& Process Technol
                                                                     Electrodeionisation, EDI, CEDI, Ion Exchange, Ultrapure Wa
                                                                                             on the GE Water the ion exchange r
JOHN BARBER, GE Water and Process Technologies,describes a detailed investigation http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JEFFREY TATE, Agape Water Solutions, Inc., Harleysville, PA          None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Incorporated, Watertown, MA
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM T. HARVEY, TED PRATO, Ionics Successful long-term performance of EDI systems is a function of robust system de
CHERYL G. SAWYER, Cogentrix, Suffolk, VA                                                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL A. FOSTER, MICHAEL J. ROWE, JOHN B. FARRAR, Portals Water Treatment, Isleworth, United Kingdom
F. X. MCGARVEY, Sybron Chemicals Inc., Birmingham, New Jersey        None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PRABHAT KUMAR SINHA, Bechtel Civil, Inc., Gaithersburg, Maryland, KISHORE T. GOKHALE, Bechtel Eastern Power Corpo
JOHN M, PUGSLEY, Florida Power & Light Company, Miami, Florida       None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MITSUGU ABE, YASUHIKO AOKI, YUJI HARAGUCHI, Nomura Micro Science Company, Ltd. Kanagawa, Japan, YOSHIAKI N
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
D. L. VENEZKY, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C., R. L. DAUSUEL, Naval Ship Engineering Center, Philadelphia
T. J. TVEDT, Jr., Dow Chemical Company, Freeport, Texas              None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
M. LINDA LIN, BRIAN V. JENKINS, Nalco Chemical Company, Oak Brook, Illinois                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             This paper focuses on theHAAS, Ecolochem, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      E. transfer membrane, permeate by a hybrid process com
                                                                                             Inc., Norfolk, VA; dissolved oxygen, w
SCOTT B. GORRY, Ecolochem, Inc., East Hartford, CT; WILLIAM Gasdeoxygenation of ROdeoxygenation, JAMES W. MAHAF
BRIAN D. MILLER, CELGARD LLC, Charlotte, NC                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Sasol Sasol low-grade coal for steam generation
                                                                     Dust Suppression, Water Retention Capacity, Salt Retention
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOEY SWART, Water & Environmental Research,utilises Technology R&D, Sasol, South Africafrom which ash is an inevitable c
J. MIKE BROWN, Betz Laboratories, Inc., The Woodlands, Texas,None                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      JIM POLITO, Betz industrial, Cincinnati, Ohio, KEVIN DENN
                                             This paper reviews       newer ASME recommended guidelines for sampling, monito
IRVIN COTTON, Arthur Freedman Associates, Inc, Newport, RItheBoiler systems, Chemistry monitoring, HRSG, Boiler feedwa
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             This report outlines pretreatment system monitoring issues that will allow operators
ROBERT HOLLOWAY, Holloway Associates, Etobicoke, ON, Canada          None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Zahirsky, R. W.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Steam Pu
                                             Corrosion and fouling can compromisewater system, once-through cooling water, 3
PETER TEN EYCK and GEORGE PEABODY, Nalco Co, .Naperville IL                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     nuclear service cooling capacity and eventually lead to failu
K. Anthony Selby, Water Technology Consultants, Inc., Evergreen,None  CO                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              Norfolk, VA, SCOTT B. GORRY, membranes, reverse Hartford, CT from tradition
                                                                      a successful reverse osmosis system upgrade
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT A. ESCOBEDO, Ecolochem, Inc., This paper documents Composite Ecolochem, Inc., Eastosmosis, low energy, low p
Nelson, M. A.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Corrosion Control - General
                                                                     None
P. V. BALAKRISHNAN, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, Chalk River, Ontario, Canada http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
W. T. LINDSAY, Jr., Westinghouse Research & Development Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
P. V. BALAKRISHNAN, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, Chalk River, Ontario, Canada http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRED GRANEM, Mitsubishi Chemical America, Tarrytown, NY                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Springman, C. J.                                                     Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
GLEN W. BAGGLEY, IVAN BROZ, Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation, Aliquippa, PA http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID E. SIMON II, NUS Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania None                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Tracey, A. W.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Corrosion Control - Copper Alloy
Maguire, J. J., Winston, R. E.,Betz, W. H., Betz, L. D.                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Boiler Corrosion and Control, Steam Purity
Kalinske, A. A.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DR. PETER A. YARNELL, Graver Technologies, Inc., Glasgow, DE                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             This paper describes utilization of the electrodeionization, GUIHE, Environmental
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
AVIJIT DEY, GARETH THOMAS, Chemitreat Private Limited, Singapore, KIRAN ARUN KEKRE, TAOEDI, process on several
                                             ResinTech ASM-10 Berlin, NJ ion Hybrid, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Ion hybrid              Arsenic, Arsenic Removal, Silica, Sel
MICHAEL GOTTLIEB, PETER MEYERS, ResinTech, Inc., WestHP, a Exchange,exchange resin/adsorbent is now being used f
                                             Operating capacity of resin depends
U. D. DATAR, KIRAN DESHAPNDE, M. KALYAN, Thermax Limited, Pune, India on regeneration level, contact time and conce
                                                                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rosene, R. B., Engle, J. P.,Floyd, G. L.                                                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Corrosion Control - Steel
Yoder J. D.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Clarification and Contact Softening
Engle, J. P., Reich, C. F.,Shoults, A. C.                                                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Chemical Cleaning, Corrosion Control - General
Tray, S. E.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Cooling System Treatment
LEE HUGHES, Mobay Chemical Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania         None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
B. A. KERNS, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL EMLER, Allegheny Power Service Corp. Greensburg, Pennsylvania   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM ZARELLA, Gulf Oil Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PHILIP X. MASCIANTONIO, U.S. Steel Corp.                        None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Presley, M.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Corrosion Control - Copper Alloy
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
F. X. MCGARVEY, S. M. ZIARKOWSKI, E. W. HAUSER, M. C. GOTTLIEB, Sybron/Chemical Division, Birmingham, New Jerse
                                                                None
L. M. MAY, W. M. CARLSON, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Illinois                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DIANA KEELING, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, Avila Beach,None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 California, SALLIE FISHER, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, Penns
PHILIP J. D'ANGELO, JoDAN Technologies, Glen Mills, PennsylvaniaNone                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Larson, T. E.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Corrosion Control - General
Hatfield, H. F.                                                                         h
                                                                Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
AMANDA K. MEITZ, Mogul Corporation, Chagrin Falls, Ohio         None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         The efficacy VA Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA; RADISAV VIDIC, University of ba
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EDWARD MCCALL, JANET E. STOUT, VICTOR L. YU, of biocides against biofilm-associated Legionella and heterotrophic Pitt
Escher, E. D.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Wastewater Treatment, Water Resource Management
                                                                None
ALBERT BURSIK, Grosskraftwerk Mannheim AG, Mannheim, Federal Republic of Germany        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FREDERICK J. POCOCK, The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Research and Development Division, Alliance, Ohio
                                         Much                   None                     use of municipal wastewater treatme
CHUCK DALE, Ionics Incorporated, San Jose, CAattention has been recently given to thehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DON BOUDREAU and DAWN GUENDERT, USFilter, Plainfield, IL                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN HARRINGTON, Bristol Energy, Bristol, New Hampshire, JEFF KISTY, MARCUS VASKA, Ashland Chemical Company,
                                         This work Instituto a fast and economical evaluation of inhibition steel.
                                                                scale inhibition, calcium carbonate, carbon properties of com
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JESÚS MARÍN-CRUZ and ARQUIMEDES ESTRADA,describesMexicano del Petróleo México City, DF, México; and IGNACIO
Martin, L. D., Banks, W. P.                                     Chemical Cleaning       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JENO H. HAGGENMACHER, Triad Chemical, Donaldsonville, La. None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                STEPHEN B. GALE, Andco Incorporated, Buffalo, N.Y
WALTER ZABBAN, The Chester Engineers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         The ,EDERIO D. BIDOIA, State University electrochemical method using TiRu02 e
                                                                                         Sao Paulo
PETERSON B. MORAES, CARLOS R. CORSA, treatment of oil refinery wastewater by of http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
JONATHAN WOOD, YAIR EGOZY, GARY C. GANZI, Millipore Corporation, Bedford, Massachusetts http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM H. HIGHFIELD, Consultant, Ionics Inc., Phoenix, ArizonaNone                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
DENNIS E. GAUCHER, Ionics, Incorporated, Watertown, Massachusetts                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MIKE MANSOURI, Amoco Chemicals Corporation, Alvin, Texas None                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
EDWARD P. GEISHECKER, Ionics Incorporated, Watertown, Massachusetts                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Briggs, R. E.                                                   Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                     Wilcox Company, Barberton, Ohio
O. BLOCK, Ebasco Services, Inc., New York, New York, GEORGE T. ZIRPS, Babcock &http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES BROWN, B. BZOVEY, D. J. DODD, J. HARNOY, P. LEINONEN, Ontario Hydro Research Division, Toronto, Ontario, C
W. L. PEARL, S. G. SAWOCHKA, NWT Corporation, Jose, CA None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
D. HARTWICK, Dearborn Canada, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada,None                          LITTLE, Dearborn Division, W.R. Gra
                                                                 J. RICHARDSON , D. http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rice, J. K.                                                                             h
                                                                Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         The FL; for reducing RO; Prefiltration;costs TOC; Iron; Filter; premium placed on
                                                                water treatment SDI; impacted with America
HENRY FRANK, Argonide Corporation, Sanford,driveRICK LANCASTER, Toyota Manufacturing, North theChiller; Bacteria; Bio
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
DREW JOHNSON, PhD., PE, University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HENRY FRANK, Argonide Corporation, Sanford, FL; RICK LANCASTER, Toyota Manufacturing, North America
                                         Since 1992, a non-intrusive, on-line Inc., Houston, TX,rate, performance, Mississip
                                                                Condenser, tube cleaning, heat TOM system (SIDTEC®) h
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. JONES, BetzDearborn, Trevose, PA, JAMES F. ECHOLS, SIDTEC Services,mechanical tube cleaning FREEMAN, oxidizing
EDWARD S. BEARDWOOD, Drew Industrial Division of Ashland Canada, Ajax, Ontario, Canada  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Industrial IL          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARK V. ROWZEE, Water Quality Association, Lisle,facilities, whether supplied by municipal sources or their own treatment pr
ASHOK PASRICHA, JOHN WILSON, PSE&G, Hancocks Bridge, New Jersey,

                                                                None          PHIL D‘ANGELO, EPRI, Philadelphia, Pennsylv
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JIM MATHEWS, Charlotte, North Carolina                          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Combustion turbine manufacturers Turbine, Evaporative Cooler, Langelier Saturati
                                                                Combustion P.E., CH2M HILL, Atlanta, GA
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DANIEL ROBINETTE, P.E., CH2M HILL, Englewood, CO; CHARLIE NICHOLS,have developed stringent water quality guideline
KARL W. HERMAN, Drew Chemical Corp., Boonton, New Jersey, None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                ALFRED F. FOELSTER, Airco Industrial Gases, Bethlehem,
                                                                None
ARTHUR W. FYNSK, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. G. CHARACKLIS, NICHOLAS ZELVER, FRANK L. ROE, MUKESH H. TURAKHIA, Montana State University, Bozeman, M
                                                                97331
JAMES G. KNUDSEN, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Coleman, P. H.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Corrosion Control - General, Distillation
Rohlich, G. A.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         This paper introduces the readersimulation, ofDidcot, Oxfordshire, U.K. in the wa
                                                                Software, to the use conceptual design, wastewater, engine
                                                                                          engineering software tools
MARK ISAACS, AEA Technology, Pittsburgh, PA, PETER MARTINAEA Technology plc., http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         This LEE, presents Ltd., Suwon, Korea, YONG-WOO LEE, JAE-JIN LEE, electro
                                                                calcium removal, electronics wastewater, hydrodynamic cav
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SUN-JIP KIM, JIN-YOUNG PARK, WON-KWON report G&G Co.,the test results on enhanced calcium removal from the Samsu
EDGAR F. HOY, Dowell Schlumberger, Tulsa, Oklahoma              None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HOWARD E. STEIMAN, Boston Edison Company, Boston, Massachusetts None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Fouling of enhanced heat exchanger tubes HAYS, STEVEN COLBY, Ashland Wat
                                                                 enhanced heat exchanger tubes, inorganic problem in the in
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EDWARD BEARDWOOD, Ashland Water Technologies, Ajax, ON, Canada; GEORGE has been a significant crystallization fou
JAY FARMERIE, Cyrus Rice Water Consultants, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EDWARD BEARDWOOD, Ashland Water Technologies, Ajax, ON, Canada                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The concept of Pittsburgh, PA
                                                                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN J. (JAY) FARMERIE, Cyrus Rice Water Consultants, utilizing enhanced tube technology to reduce energy consumption t
PAUL PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Evergreen, CO                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           NM                    Reverse osmosis, desalination, monitoring, silt density index
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STAN LUECK, RODI Systems Corp., Aztec,Cases have been documented in which the conventional silt density index (SDI) tes
                                          The TX                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID HILL, Severn Trent DeNora, Sugar Land,electrolytic generation of biocides from seawater or from brine is a proven, eco
                                          The electrolytic TX; DAVID HILL, Severn Trent De Norafrom brine is a proven, R.P
                                                                 on-site hypochlorite seawater or LLC, neutralization
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RUDOLF MATOUSEK, Severn Trent Services, Sugar Land,generation of biocides fromgeneration, oxidant Sugar Land, TX; eco
CHRISTOPHER NALEPA, PH.D., Albemarle Corp., Baton Rouge, LA                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The use of enzymes Inc., Memphis, TN
RICHARD W. LUTEY, SR., Buckman Laboratories International, may offer a means to prevent or mitigate microbiologically influ
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Enzymes, MIC, Biofilm, biomass, microorganisms, mitigation
                                          To help power plant Inc., Wilmington, DE        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OTAKAR JONAS, LEE MACHEMER, BARRY DOOLEY, Jonas, operators and chemists to control cycle chemistry and corrosio
JAMES C. BELLOWS, Siemens Westinghouse Power Corporation, Orlando, FL                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALBERT BURSIK, Grosskraftwerk Mannheim, Mannheim, Federal None   Republic of Germany http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
S. RONNIE PATE, Georgia Power Company, Atlanta, Georgia, CALVIN E. TAYLOR, RANDY C. TURNER, TAMMY S. LOVVO
                                                                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
S. RONNIE PATE, Georgia Power Company, Atlanta, Georgia, CALVIN E. TAYLOR, RANDY C. TURNER, TAMMY S. LOVVO
BUD HERRE, Pennsylvania Power & Light, Allentown, Pennsylvania   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. A. SHAW, D. L. UHL, Nuclear Engineering and Operations Department, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, Califor
                                                                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. F. ASCHOFF, D. M. SOPOCY, Sargent & Lundy, Chicago, Illinois, C. C. STAUFFER, Babcock & Wilcox, Alliance, Ohio, R. B
DALE M. SOPOCY, A. F. ASCHOFF, Sargent & Lundy Engineers, None                            DOOLEY, Electric Power Research In
                                                                 Chicago, Illinois, R. B. http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
F. J. POCOCK, Babcock & Wilcox, Research and Development Division, Alliance, Ohio http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          This paper reviews theNone of boiler water http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  history                 treatment at TVA Gallatin Unit 1, and
WILLIAM B. BORCK, Tennessee Valley Authority, Gallatin, Tennessee, GREG L. BARTLEY, Tennessee Valley Authority, Chat
                                                                 None
THOMAS J. WYSOCKI, PETER R. LOVALLO, Detroit Edison, Detroit, Michigan                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Produced water is commonly treated PAGE, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                     Page Technology Ltd.,Calgary, AB, C
ROBERT HOLLOWAY, Holloway Associates, Etobicoke, ON, Canada; GORDONby lime softening/ion exchange for use as fee
                                                                 None                     Page Technology Ltd., Calgary, AB, C
ROBERT HOLLOWAY, Holloway Associates, Etobicoke, ON, Canada; GORDON PAGE, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
JOHN FAIR P. ENG., Fair Canada Engineering Ltd., Calgary, AB, Canada                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
NORBERT HENZEL, DENNIS EGAN, Bechtel-KWU Alliance, Gaithersburg, Maryland http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRANK J. WITT, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DCNone                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
NORBERT HENZEL, DENNIS EGAN, Bechtel-KWU Alliance, Gaithersburg, Maryland http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                     Segrate, Italy
FABIO SIGON, ENEL, Milano, Italy, LUISELLA RICCARDI, CISE Innovative Technology, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CECIL M. CRISS, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida       None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
W. T. LINDSAY., Jr., Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Astrand, L.                                                      Chemical Cleaning        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Brumbaugh, C. C.                                                                          h
                                                                 Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
McDonnell, A. J.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Water Res
                                          The TX; JEFF ALLEN, P.E., Brown and Caldwell,refinery wastewater biological tre
                                                                 Wet Gas Scrubber, Purge Saint Activated
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRANK CASTALDI, Brown and Caldwell, Austin,impacts of FCCU wet scrubber blowdown on Water, Paul, MN Sludge, Sulfite, N
JAMES DROMGOOLE, Fortbend Services, Inc., Stafford, TX           None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRANK CASTALDI, Brown and Caldwell, Austin, TX; JEFF ALLEN, P.E., Brown and Caldwell, Saint Paul, MN
                                          Strategies to evaluate biofouling monitor, microbial control, microbiocide, dispersan
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE H. DICKINSON, Buckman Laboratories, Memphis, TN and control microbial attachment in water systems were exa
JOSEPH R. DULOVICH, Ohio Edison Company, Stratton, Ohio None                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LEONARD J. LEFEVRE, Dow Chemical U.S.A., Midland, MichiganNone                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware, S. C. SMITH, ChemLink, Inc., Cherry Hill, New Jersey, R. W. BRADSHA
                                                                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT CHIESA, Sargent & Lundy, Chicago, Illinois, DENNIS GEARY, Wisconsin Power & Light Company, Madison, Wiscon
RODNEY H. SERGENT, Great Lakes Chemical Corporation, WestNone     Lafayette, Indiana      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
E. D. NACE, Rohm & Haas Company, Spring House, Pennsylvania      None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           OZAWA, , ozonation of flowing lake water, Kobe, day in Japan, Y. TANIMURA,
                                                                 Ozonation, intermittenthttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                           ozonation, cooling water, each, with
T. OGAWA, T. TAMURA, S. FUJIWARA, T.Intermittent Mitsubishi Electrical Corporation,twice a Hyogi, for 5 minutesbiofouling S
                                                                 None
WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Wayne C. Micheletti, Inc., Charlottesville, VA                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
G. L. WARD, Duke Power Company, Charlotte, North Carolina        None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
M. J. WOOTTEN, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GORDON P. USITALO, THOMAS J. P. WYSOCKI, Detroit Edison,None                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Detroit, Michigan, DANIEL B. RICE, The Dow Chemical Co
                                                                 None
FRANCES M. CUTLER, Southern California Edison, Paramount, California                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                      SCOTT, Combustion Engineering Inc
THOMAS A. BEINEKE, JOHN F. HALL, DAVID J. MORGAN, KATHY E. MARUGG, D. B.http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The Baltimore, MD, TIM KEANE, Legionella http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GREGORY BOVA, The Johns Hopkins Hospital,Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1999 began to evaluate the safety and efficacy of ch
                                                                 None                     Risk Management, Chalfont, PA, PAU
MARK HODGSON, Clayton Environmental, Edison, NJ                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             Risk Management, Chalfont, PA, PAU
GREGORY BOVA, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD, TIM KEANE, Legionella http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Corrosive substances, None as sodium, chloride, sulfate, in the condensate water
                                                                      such
TOSHIO SAKURADA, Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc., Tokyo, Japan, JUNICHI IGARASHI, Organo Co., Inc., Tokyo, Japan o
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. M. BADAWI, E. A. M. GAD, A. ABDELHAFIZ, Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute, Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt, M. ABULATTA
Knight, R. G., Baker, R. J.                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Biological Control, Cooling System Treatment
L. NOLAN, Northern States Power, Monticello, Minnesota               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GARY E. BROBST, GEBCO Engineering, Edgewater, Maryland, SUE A. HOBART, Adams & Hobart Consulting Engineers, Sa
S. G. SAWOCHKA, NWT Corporation, San Jose, California                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GARY E. BROBST, GEBCO Engineering, Edgewater, Maryland, SUE A. HOBART, Adams & Hobart Consulting Engineers, Sa
JIM LUKANICH, Buckman Laboratories, Memphis, Tennessee               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Wayne C. Micheletti, Inc. Charlottesville, Virginia                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT M. QUINN, R Q Associates, Inc., Teaneck, New Jersey, None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     CONNIE MORTON, City of Sarasota Water Plant, Sarasota,
ROY HANGO, IBM Corporation, Essex Junction, Vermont                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. S. GILL, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania             None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOSEPH G. CARROLL, Ciba-Geigy Corporation, Ardsley, New York         None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MELISSA KEGLAY, ONDEO Nalco Chemical Company. Naperville, IL, JIM DAUGHERTY,Armstrong International, Inc., Three
                                             The goal of this study, completed by ONDO Nalco Co. and Armstrong International
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MELISSA KEGLAY, ONDEO Nalco Chemical Company. Naperville, IL, JIM DAUGHERTY,Armstrong International, Inc., Three
LORAINE HUCHLER, MarTech Systems, Inc., Lawrenceville, NJ                                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
YONG H. KIM, Stranco, Inc., Bradley, Illinois                        None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WALTER ZABBAN, Chester Environmental, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             In this work calcium carbonate scale is induced carbon steel, EIS, cooling towers
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JESUS MARIN-CRUZ, Instituto Mexicano del Petróleo, C.P., Mex calcium carbonate scale, by means an electrochemical treatm
                                                                     None                    Bridgewater, New Jersey
INGRID E. WOERNER, ROBERT A. HOLZER, National Starch & Chemical Corporation, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    PA 15275
DONALD R. BRENNEMAN, NUS Corporation, Park West II, Cliff Mine Road, Pittsburgh. http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
P. PINACCI, S. BONATO, G. BUZZANCA, CISE, Segrate, Italy, P. None                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      V. SCOLARI, R. STEFANONI, ENEL, Piacenza, Italy
JAMES A. MATTHEWS, Duke Power Company, Charlotte, North Carolina     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
P. Y. CREE, J. M. RICHARDS, Portland General Electric, Beaverton, Oregon, T. M. LARONGE, J. M. SHANE, D. L. SKAGGS,
                                             Strongly basic anion-exchange resins are Ltd, Pune, using
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SHIRISH NAIK, S.V.MOKASHI, SUJATA KULKARNI, KIRAN DESHPANDE, Thermaxbrominated India bromine and used as a
GREG VERO, Orica Watercare Inc., Oxford, NC                          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL D. MAYNE, Dow Chemical Company, Freeport, Texas, JACK B. PRENTISS, Central Power and Light Company, Co
FRANCES M. CUTLER, Southern California Edison, Paramount, California None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             The role of process simulation in INC., Scotch evaluating SCOTT HOUTHUYSEN
                                                                     Water purification, wastewater NJ, the performance of wate
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DEMETRI P. PETRIDES, A. KOULOURIS, J. CALANDRANIS, INTELLIGEN, designing andPlains,treatment, water recycling, co
STEPHEN E. DOMINICK, USFilter, Rockford, IL                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES A. MATHEWS, Duke Power Company, Charlotte, North Carolina      None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD HETHERINGTON, Epicor, Inc., Linden, New Jersey               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             In IL                   Evaporator, a purge stream is generally required to control F
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARK NICHOLSON, PE, HPD LLC, Plainfield,the wet limestone FGD process, Brine Concentration, Flue Gas Desulfurization, t
MICHAEL PRESTON, Black & Veatch Corporation, Overland Park, KS       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Many Solutions & Technologies Company, Pewaukee, containDischarge, ZLD, Bo
                                                                     Evaporation, wastewaters which Liquid soluble salts includ
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM SHAW, P.E., HPD, LLC, a Veolia Waterindustrial operations generateCrystallization, ZeroWI
MICHAEL PRESTON, Black & Veatch Corporation, Overland Park, KS       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT G. JUMP, Corning Glass Works, Corning, New York               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WALTER ZABBAN, The Chester Engineers, Pittsburgh, PA                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Denton, J. R.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Distillation, Ion Exchange
                                                                     None
G. L. WILSON, J. C. NOWAK, T. M. O'NEAIL, Resources Conservation Co., Bellevue, Washington   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    Mexico
DAVID H. PAUL, JIM PETRIE, Public Service Company of New Mexico, Waterflow, New http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
THOMAS C. BRESKE, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington, Delaware                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STEPHEN SHULDER, Constellation Energy, MD                            Biocide addition, Corrosion control, Corrosion a variety of po
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Oxidation Potential Reduction (ORP) measurements may be used in Product Trans
Wise, C. T.                                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Clarification and Contact Softening
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KATSUJI MAEDA, MASAHIRO NAKAMURA, Toshiba Corporation, Yokohama, Japan, KATSUMI NAGASAWA, Toshiba Engin
                                                                     None
JOHN M. RIDDLE, Halliburton NUS Environmental Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvaniahttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KATSUJI MAEDA, MASAHIRO NAKAMURA, Toshiba Corporation, Yokohama, Japan, KATSUMI NAGASAWA, Toshiba Engin
VALENTINA CIMKINA, MOSENERGO, Moscow, Russia                         None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Panel Moderator: Edward (Ted) Beardwood, Ashland Chemical Drew Division, Ajax, Ontario, Canada
Burrock, R. J., Jacklin, C.                                          Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JENNY THOM, MARK GIUSTO, Drew Industrial Division, Ashland None                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Chemical Company, Boonton, New Jersey
Spurney, P. M., Meyer, S. O.                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Steam Pu
                                                                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROGER A. LEWIS, Southern Company Services, Birmingham, Alabama, JUD RICHARDSON, Alabama Power Company, Gor
                                                                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GEORGE P. BAKER, Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co., Cleveland, Ohio, GEORGE J. CRITS, Cochrane Environmental Syste
V. R. DAVIES, Rohm and Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Jacobs, E. L., Thompson, W. L.                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Boiler Corrosion and Control
Calise, V. J.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Boiler Corrosion and Control, Deaeration
                                                                None
KURT HOCHMÜLLER, BASF AG, Ludwigshafen/Rhein, Federal Republic of Germany http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL F. PELOSI, Drew Chemical Corporation, Boonton, New Jersey, PHILIP D. HILL, American Cyanamid Company, Bound B
                                                                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT W. GRIFFIN, NUS Corporation, Park West II, Cliff Mine Road Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15275
Applebaum, S. B.                                                Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Transcanada PipelinesCombined cycle, HRSG, condensate polisher, one under co
                                                                                        North cycle plants Canada
J. STUART BROWN, Liquid Six Inc., York. ME, RANDY GERMAN, Ltd. operates four combined Bay, Ontario,with air cooled con
                                                                 TransCanada Power,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KUMAR SINHA, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Scharnberg, L. N., Lynch, E. F.                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Cooling System Treatment
Dicke, G. J.                                                    Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
MICHAEL SHERM, H. E. MYNHIER, Union Carbide Corporation, S. Charleston, W. VA http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
R. A. WALKER, Fluid Systems Div., UOP Inc., San Diego, California                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
ALEX O. HOBBS, KENNETH FENNELL, Carolina Power and Light, Raleigh, North Carolina      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOSEPH A. BATTAGLIA, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Monroeville Nuclear Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Calise, V. J.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Ion Exchange, Clarification and Contact Softening,Filtration
                                                                None
R. F. JACCARINO, W. R. CONLEY, Neptune Microfloc, Inc., Corvallis, Oregon              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
JAMES S. POOLE, Shepard T. Powell & Associates, Baltimore, Maryland                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Dick, I. B., Silliman, P. L.                                                            Power Water Technology
                                                                Ion Exchange, Nuclearhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Losee, L. B.                                                    Boiler Deposit Control http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Adkins, Selden K..                                                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                   Ashland Chemical Company, Boonto
CARL J. CAPPABIANCA, PAUL F. PELOSI, JAMES H. NULTY, Drew Industrial Division, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL COHEN, Consultant, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kennedy, C. M., Meyers, P. S.,Crits, G. J.                                              Ion Exchange
                                                                Condensate Polishing,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
K. H. FREDERICK, J. G. REED, Metropolitan Edison Co., Middletown, PA., R. M. GLASS, CPU Service Corporation
L. F. WIRTH, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan        None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
K. H. FREDERICK, J. G. REED, Metropolitan Edison Co., Middletown, PA., R. M. GLASS, CPU Service Corporation
Dick, I. B.                                                     Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Smith, O. A., Bunting, W. E.                                                            Ion Exchange
                                                                Condensate Polishing,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Long, E. R.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Corrosion Control - Steel
                                                                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. ROESMER, L. R. DOLE, Westinghouse Pressurized Water Reactors Division, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, R. E. MESMER, Ho
Cole, S. A.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Biological
Holmes, J. A., Jacklin, C.                                      Boiler Deposit Control http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Holmes, J. A., Jacklin, C.                                      Boiler Deposit Control http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Holmes, J. A., Jacklin, C.                                      Boiler Deposit Control http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           An experimental device was condensation, Mie University, TAKASHI HONDA, TAK
                                                                Early fabricated, based on cooling of super heated steam th
                                                                                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HIROSHI YAMAUCHI, Hitachi Ltd., Japan, TAKAYUKI MIZUNO, SHINICHI UESHIMO,corrosive impurities, concentration, LP t
JIM BELLOWS, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Orlando, FL None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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Mohler, E. F.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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Wirth, L. F.                                                                            Ion Exchange
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Pankey, T. L., Hansell, H. F.                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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O‘Rourke, J. T.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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Adkins, S. K.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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Carmichael, D. C.                                                   Ion Exchange             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hall, R. V.                                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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                                                                                             tubes, hydrogen applied to the princip
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                                                                                                            The
                                            A slide presentation :followed by comments on the slides.-
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Wilkes, J. F., Welch, E. M.                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Boiler Corrosion and Control
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Schmidt, K. A.                                                      Ion Exchange             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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Rooke, D. L., Morrison, W. S.                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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             Tisdale, E. S.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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                                                        In the early Naperville, IL
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Cerna, W. W.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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Cerna, W. W.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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                                                                 zero-liquid discharge, evaporation, wastewater recycling
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KEVIN J. SHIELDS, STRATI YORGIADIS, Sheppard T. Powell Associates, Baltimore, Maryland, BARRY DOOLEY, Electric Po
                                                                 None
ROBERT M. RICKER, Sentry Equipment Corporation, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
ROBERT M. RICKER, Sentry Equipment Corporation, Oconomowoc, Wisconsin                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          A. YORKE, Calgon Corporation, treatment program, based on a synergistic mixture
                                                                 Halogen resistant azoles,
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JASBIR S. GILL, SUSAN P. REY, MONICA A halogen-tolerant cooling water Pittsburgh, PA halogen resistant phosphonates, s
ARTHUR FREEDMAN, Arthur Freedman Associates, Inc., East Stroudsburg, PA                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Harding, T. P.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Ion Excha
St. John, I. S.                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Ion Excha
Starry, J. E.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Clarificatio
Wilkes, J. F.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Clarificatio
Guy, A. M.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Corrosion Control - Steel, Ion Exchange
Kahnske, A. A.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Wastewater Treatment, Water Reuse
                                          Equilibrium calculations for the Orlando, FL http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Amine, first 0.1% moisture in a reheat steam turbine show t
JAMES C. BELLOWS, Ph.D., Siemens Westinghouse Power Corporation,Corrosion, Thermal decomposition, Organic acid, Eq
JULIAN B. ANDELMAN, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
JOSEPH A. COTRUVO, Criteria and Standards Division, Environmental Protection Agency     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         This paper Industrial Division, water, conditions to empirically predict the type and
                                                                  Cooling Boonton, NJ; http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                          on-line G. KNUDSEN, Oregon State
GEORGE F. HAYS, Ashland Chemical Company, Drewuses design and operatingfouling,JAMES monitoring, heat exchanger ef
RAYMOND M. POST, PE., Betz Dearborn, Trevose, PA                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GEORGE F. HAYS, Ashland Chemical Company, Drew Industrial Division, Boonton, NJ; JAMES G. KNUDSEN, Oregon State
                                         Palo LLC, Nuclear Generating Station fouling, scaling, service water, nuclear pow
                                                                   CO; G.J. LICINA, N. SADEGHI, Structural Integrity Associat
K.A. SELBY, Mechanical & Materials EngineeringVerde Evergreen, heat exchangers,utilizes spray ponds to cool safety-related h
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None
RAYMOND M. POST, GE Infrastructure Water & Process Technologies, Trevose, PA              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   CO;
K.A. SELBY, Mechanical & Materials Engineering LLC, Evergreen, NoneG.J. LICINA, N. SADEGHI, Structural Integrity Associat
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. KENT STULTZ, LEE G. HARROW, C. K. HUANG, D. C. HUTCHENS, G. H. HOEKFER, Omaha Public Power District, Oma
CHARLES R. PETERS, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         This report reviews various HRSG designs and basics Deltak LLC, Minneapolis, M
                                                                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
IRVIN J. COTTON, Arthur Freedman Associates, Inc., East Stroudsburg, PA, JOHN OBERMAIER,and reviews major water rela
                                                                  None
ROBERT V. NAGIEL, U.S. Filter Corporation, Permutit Division, Warren, New Jersey          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None
WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Charlottesville, Virginia              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None
FRANK CROWSON, SETH PERKINSON,, Fuji America Inc.Charlotte, North Carolina                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         The paper reviews treatmentacid cation, use http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  weak aspects PE, Aquagenics Inc., Woburn, MA; and CHR
                                                                                          of high silica sewage treatment sewa
NANDAN T. VANI, PE, DSc, Bechtel Corporation, Frederick, MD; JOEL KASPER,forsilica, gray water, secondary treated plant
PETER ERIKSSON, Osmonics, Vista, CA                                                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Silica Kansas City, MO, BIPINtower blowdown, membranes, reverse osmosis, cir
                                                                  Cooling R. RANADE, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                          Aquatech International Corporation, C
CHARLES H. FRITZ, Black & Veatch Corporation,concentration frequently limits the cycles of concentration in cooling towersilic
RAFIQUE JANJUA, Duke Fluor Daniel, Sugar Land, TX                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER P. LALENA, Long Island Lighting Co., Glenwood Landing, NY   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
S. G. SAWOCHKA, NWT Corporation, San Jose, California             None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GARY E. BROBST, GEBCO Engineering, Inc., Los Altos, California, GARY BURNS, NUS Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvan
S. G. SAWOCHKA, NWT Corporation, San Jose, California             None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         The operation of MEIER, B. YANG, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, provide
                                                                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. E. HOOTS, DON A. JOHNSON, J. D. LAMMERING, D. A. recirculating cooling systems at high concentration factorsIL
                                         Rising fuel Alberta, Canada thermal heavy oil operators to seek alternative equipm
                                                                  forced                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL BRIDLE, WorleyParsons MEG Ltd., Calgary,costs have Heavy Oil; De-oiling; Produced Water; Boiler Feed-water; On
                                         Reverse osmosis (RO) has become a common method osmosis, Pretreatment, su
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JASON P. FUES, JANE KUCERA, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL High-efficiency filtration, Reverse to demineralize water. AMe
Gold, H., Todisco, A.,Sonin, A. A.                                Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None
JOHN R. HARLAND, ROBERT M. NICHOLS, Sala Magnetics, Inc., Cambridge, Mass                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Holca, R.                                                                                  Ion Exchange
                                                                  Condensate Polishing,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Calise, V. J.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Boiler Corrosion and Control, Ion Exchange
                                         Central to the performance OK
                                                                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS H. PIKE, Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, Ft. Towson, of any boiler is the internal cleanliness of its tubes. Alth
                                         Waste production and Solids Contact, Clarifiers, Lime Softening, Thickening, any in
                                                                  footprint are important IL
                                                                                          considerations in the design of Sludg
JERRY PHIPPS, P.E., USFilter, Ames, IA and GLEN SUNDSTROM, USFilter, Rockford, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         An innovative filter involving the use of a synthetic porous filter media was tested fo
WILLIAM D. KUNZMAN, Schreiber LLC, Trussville, AL                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Compressible Media, Filtration, Synthetic Media
MICHAEL C. PRESTON, Black & Veatch Corporation, Overland Park, KS                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Duff, J. H.                                                       Filtration              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None
DANIEL J. KELLY, ALAIN BLAIS, Sonitec, Inc., Holyoke, Massachusetts                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Elevated silt density index readings are J.pretreatment chemistry, reverse osmosis
                                                                  Pretreatment, SDI, ACKERMANN, RUSSELL W. passing t
GREG BARTLEY, Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, Tennessee; ARTHURtypically associated with particles DAHMER
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT L. BRADLEY, U.S. Filter, Houston, TX                       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BILLY D. FELLERS TU Electric Glen Rose, Texas, SUE A. HOBART, Adams & Hobart, Inc. Fremont, California
CHARLES C. STAUFFER, Babcock & Wilcox Research, Alliance, Ohio    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         To combact
GEORGE VERIB, Ohio Edison Company, Akron, Ohio phosphate hideout, several phosphate control programs were used wit
                                                                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM T. BOYD, Associated Electric Cooperative, New Madrid, NoneMissouri                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None
CLAUDIA RIBEIRO, SAMUEL SID, Copesul-Companhia Petroquimica Do Sul, Triunfo, RS, Brasil   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HAROLD CHAGNARD, The Dow Chemical Company, Plaquemine, Louisiana  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT L. HARKINS, HPD Incorporated, Naperville, Illinois, JAMES F. SMALL, Union Electric Company, Fulton, Missouri
                                                                  None
WILLIAM G. LIGHT, Fluid Systems Division, UOP, Inc., San Diego, California                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         A pilot UF system was Nonefor testing of hollow fiber UF membrane technology for
DAVE CHRISTOPHERSEN, CROWN Solutions, Inc., Vandalia, OH           built                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JERRY ALEXANDER, USFilter, La Canada, CA                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         PH.D., ―Green Factory‖ program aims to minimize BILL HOLTSHERRY, Honda
TOM WOODROW, E. JOSEPH DUCKETT,Honda‘sPE., Eichleay Environmental, Pittsburgh, PA,wastes and improve the enviro
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PRADEEP AMIN, Fluor Daniel Company, Aliso Fiejo, CA                                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Milano, Italy, in MARTINI, a condensation, steam condensation, Italy, L. MAZZOC
                                                                  Steam kinetic approach. Homogeneous nucleation and drop
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
F. SIGON, ENEL Spa/R&D Division-CRAM, condensation R. turbines byCISE Innovative Technologies, Milano, cycle chemistry,
Applebaum, S. B.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Clarification and Contact Softening, Ion Exchange
Katzenmeyer, J. F., Lane, M.                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Clarification and Contact Softening, Filtration,Ion Exchange
Verink, E. D., Rucker, J. D.                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Corrosion Control - Aluminum
                                         This paper discusses the impact power plant http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SUSAN BAINES, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD                                    air permit emission restrictions can ha
                                                                  power plant, cooling tower, air emissions, permit, circulating
GERALD W. SCHWEITZER, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Inc., Warwick, Pennsylvania regions assume sodium to phosphate ratio, acid an
                                                                     control                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ORIN HOLLANDER, Holland Technologies, Coordinate phosphate Coordinated phosphate, only pure water, phosphoricboilers
K. ANTHONY SELBY, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen Colorado   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. H. WEICK, Babcock & Wilcox Company, Barberton, Ohio               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
J. FOLEY, Engineering Service Div., E. I. DuPont de Nemours & Co., Inc., Wilmington, DE      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Periods Forest, Australia, ANDRE MEDETE, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             Dow Deutschland, Rheinmuenster, G
KAI-UWE HOEHN, Dow Chemical Limited, Frenchs of high rainfall and flooding drastically increase river water suspended mat
JAMES L. WILLA, Willa, Inc., St. Louis, Missouri                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALLEN E. FEITZIN, Airco Industrial Gases, Murray Hill, New Jersey oneN                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Claim interpretation is important in determining the
CLIFTON E. MCCANN, ESQ., KEITH HADDAWAY, Ph.D., Venable LLP, Chevy Chase, MD scope of your patent rights and
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            There are a myriad JOHN HERRING, Hydranautics, Houston,
                                                                     Reverse osmosis, specification, and configurations available
DOUGLAS P. GLANZ, Hydranautics, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, of different membrane types, sizes design Texas
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Embshoff, A. C.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            The ASME Research and Technology Committee on Water and Steam in Thermal
DAVID G. DANIELS, Mechanical & Materials Engineering, LLC, Austin, TXNone                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRANK GABRIELLI, ABB Combustion Engineering                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Panel Moderator; James Robinson, BetzDearborn, Horsham, PA                                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SCOTT M. BOYETTE, Betz Industrial, Trevose, Pennsylvania, FREDERICK A. ELLIOT, IMC Fertilizer, Sterlington, Louisiana
TORRY TVEDT, Dow Chemical Company, Freeport, Texas                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Recently, a new type of Berlin, NJ
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER MEYERS and MICHAEL GOTTLIEB, ResinTech, Inc., Westhybrid ion exchange resin has been commercialized, which
HEIKKI MONONEN, Finex Oy, Kotka, Finland                                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
T. C. HOPPE, Black & Veatch Consulting Engineers, Kansas City, None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Missouri, A. FRANK MCGILBRA, Public Service Co. of Okla
FRIEDRICH MARTINOLA, Bayer AG, Leverkusen-Bayerwerk, West Germany    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
D. THRELFALL, J. T. ROSEMAN, Jr., Penn Environmental Consultants, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KEITH G. KIRK, West Virginia University, Morgantown, West Virginia   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HENRY C. HUNT, Bennett & Williams, Inc., Columbus, Ohio              None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
DANIEL COMSTOCK, JOSEPH A. MILLEN, ANDREW K. HSIUNG, Neptune Microfloc, Corvallis, Oregon    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES D. MAVIS, CH2M Hill, Bellevue, Washington                      None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    HAGEN, Neptune Microfloc, Inc., Cor
LORNE GRAMMS, Urban Systems, Ltd., Calgary, Alberta, DANIEL COMSTOCK, DOUG http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT FROESE, PETWA Canada Ltd., Calgary, Canada                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
G. T. HONG, MODAR, INC., Natick, Massachusetts                       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES C. BELLOWS, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Orlando, FloridaNone                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RAYMOND F. MADDALONE, TRW, Redondo Beach, California, JAMES K. RICE, Consultant, Olney, Maryland, WINSTON CH
Dr. ROBERT J. FAUST, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARVIN D. SILBERT, Marvin Silbert & Associates, Willowdale, Ontario, Canada, GABRIEL M. NICOLAIDE, TONY A. TONELL
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DOUGLAS B. DEWITT-DICK, Drew Industrial Division, Ashland Chemical Company, Div., Ashland Oil, Inc., Boonton, New Jers
                                            Recycling and reusing Biofilms, biodispersants, ATP, adenosine triphosphate,dissol
                                                                     industrial water resultshttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                              in increasing concentrations of ATP
JOSEE CHAULT, L. D'ARSIE, BetzDearborn Inc., Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, P.M. BODKIN, BetzDearborn, Cheektowaga,
                                            Bainbridge, PA and TERRY MCCOY, ChemTreat,be identified there by avoiding un
                                                                     none                     can Inc., Lancaster, PA
ROBERT STRANDBERG, Covanta Energy, Cooling tower problems and eventual failureshttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS W. WOLFE, Wolfe Water Treatment Services, LLC, Baton Rouge, LA                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Inc., Stafford, industry, from the busy time frame of the plant chemist, the boiler an
JAMES DROMGOOLE, Fort Bend Services,To often in our TX               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            The Clean                Clean Water Act, BPT, BCT, BAT, BPJ, zero discharge, requ
                                                                                              few seem to truly understand its wat
JOHN D. MORTON, P.E., ALCOA, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA Water Act is over 30 years old, yethttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BILL KRATZER, Star Enterprise, Port Arthur, Texas, STEVEN COKER, Dow Chemical U.S.A., Freeport, Texas
CLARENCE D. COLLEY, Boeing Aerospace, Huntsville, Alabama None                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JEFFREY F. KRAMER, FMC Corporation, Princeton, New Jersey None                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL G. TRULEAR, ChemTreat, Inc., Glen Allen, Virginia            None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Power CA
RON KOSAGE, Bechtel Power Corp., Pine Grove, plants designedNone                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                      for base loaded operation must be able to load follow, shut
MICHAEL L. WISDOM, P.E., ENRON Engineering & Construction None       Company, Houston, TX    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            A number of common None                          in the steam cycle at fairly high conce
JIM SUMMERFIELD, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI organic acids show up http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DANIEL B. RICE, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN HOFFMAN, Rohm and Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DANIEL B. RICE, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Michigan          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ANTHONY M. ARNONE, The Permutit Company, Paramus, New Jersey         None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     None
R. G. BALMER, Exxon Research and Engineering Company, Florham Park, New Jersey http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM S. EVERTS, Chemline Corporation, Princeton, New Jersey,      None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. T. LURCOTT, Rollins Environmental Services, Inc., Wilmington, NoneDelaware                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Because of an affinity None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHARLES R. O'NEILL, Jr., New York Sea Grant, Brockport, NY for water currents, zebra mussels extensively foul electric po
ED FLEISCHER, CH2M Hill, Herndon, VA                                                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rivers, H. M.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Clarification and Contact Softening
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN A. CHRISTIANSEN, J. PAIGE STRALEY, ANNE L. KOPECKY, Sybron/Biochemical Birmingham, New Jersey
                                         Methyl ethyl ketoxime (MEKO) is aBoonton, NJpatented volatile oxygen scavenger/
KAJ RONDUM and KEITH FIELDING, Ashland Specialty Chemicalnone    Company, proprietary   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARK A. JANICK, PE, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Inc., Glasgow, DE     none                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER A. YARNELL, Graver Technologies,This presentation will review existing specifications pertinent to condensate polishin
                                                                None
J. A. KELLY, M. L. LIN, G. W. FLASCH, Nalco Chemical Company, Oak Brook, Illinois http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
THOMAS M. LARONGE, Thomas M. Laronge, Inc., Vancouver, Washington                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
DAVID F. PENSENSTADLER, C. RICHARD NOLAN, NUS Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
FRANCIS CUTLER, Southern California Edison, Paramount, California                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN W. KAAKINEN, Chemetek, Portland, Oregon, AMOS J. COLEMAN, USA Tank Automotive Command, Fort Belvoir, Virg
TOM DUPNIK, Sybron Chemical, Inc., Birmingham, New Jersey None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOSEPH M. RAGOSTA, Ph.D., PETER YARNELL, Ph.D., Graver Chemical Company, Glasgow, Delaware
W. F. MURRAY, E. BRENNAN, Virginia Power, Surry, Virginia, E. C. FRESE, Virginia Power, Glen Allen, Virginia, G. BACHMA
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                N
LEO F. RYAN, Finetech Incorporated, Mountain Lakes, New Jersey one                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Two mobile UPW systems have been Power, and JEFF make-up water needs
                                                                Electrodeionization, Silica, EDI, Ultrapure Water
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TED PRATO, Ionics, Inc., Watertown, MA, BRIAN AHEARN, Maine Independencesupplying ultrapurePURVIS, Hinds Energyof
CHERYL G. SAWYER, Cogentrix, Suffolk, VA                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         This paper presents operating data for BRIAN HERNON, Ionics, ion removal, stron
                                                                Electrodeionization, ultrapure water, weak Incorporated, Wa
                                                                                        gpm ultrapure water system which uti
LYNDON FLEMING, Ionics, Incorporated, Columbia, AL; TED PRATO, LI ZHANG, a 360 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RONALD PICHT, Environmental Dynamics Corporation, Sharon, WI                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALBERTO ALVAREZ GALLEGOS, Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca, Mor., Mexico, SUSANA SILVA MARTIN
                                                                None                     SEIICHI KAZAMA, MASAHITO KOBA
SHIGERU OKUYAMA, NAGAO SUZUKI, Tokyo Electric Power Company, Tokyo, Japan, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Jacoby, A. L., Thompson, W. H.                                  Steam Purity            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Zeh, T. G.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
                                         This paper examines the improvements gained by applying a vapor corrosion inhib
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
VINCE STEPHENSON, Ashland Specialty Chemical Company, Kansas City, KS, JOANNE KUCHINSKI, Ashland Specialty Che
                                                                None
EDWARD KAISER, MARY JO WOJTUSIK, Dionex Corporation, Sunnyvale, California http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARYANN CLICK, GPU Nuclear, Reading, Pennsylvania               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD L. RANICH, DONALD E. FRESHCORN‘ Zinc Corporation of America, Monaca, Pennsylvania
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SCOTT CHURBOCK, Envirotrol, Inc., Sewickley, Pennsylvania       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Parlante, R.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Cooling System Treatment, Filtration,Water Reuse
                                         After 15 months of operation with a polyamide-urea M. JOLLY, Allen Steam Statio
                                                                Water treatment, reverse osmosis, makeup
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN J. KIM, PE. Ph.D., Riverbend Steam Station, Duke Power Co., Mount Holly, NC; ROBBINcopolymer thin film composite
ROBERT ALLISON, Allen Steam Station, Duke Power Co., Belmont                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          TX; TERRY elementsFilm Tec Corporation, Edina, MN; UPEN BHARWADA, The
                                                                 in conjunction with routine system pretreatment and design
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STEVEN COKER, Dow Chemical, Freeport,Standard ROMARSH, Reverse osmosis, membranes, biofouling
                                         This paper describes the process andcompressed short bed, wastewater, secondar
                                                                Ion exchange, ON, Canada, PATRICIA Mexican filter, sec
RUSI KAPADIA, MICHAEL SHEEDY, DONALD SWAINE, Eco-Tec Inc., Pickering,equipment used to treat aM. SCROGGIN, B
                                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ARUN MITTAL, Aquatech International Corporation, Canonsburg, PA None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
VADIM MALKOV, Hach Company, Loveland, CO                         automated and reagentless control of various processes ha
                                         Implementation of fullyNone                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SUSANA SILVA-MARTINEZ, ALBERTO ALVAREZ-GALLEGOS, Instituto de Investigaciones Electricas, Cuernavaca, Morelos,
MAXEY BROOKE, Puckorius & Associates, Evergreen, Colorado None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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                                                                Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES F. GRUTSCH, Standard Oil Co. (Indiana), Chicago, IllinoisNone                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. T. Denbo (Affilaition N/A)                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Fort 1970‘s, Ion-Sensitive Field Effect Transistors (ISFETs) were first introduced
SHANE FILER, FARID AHMAD, Honeywell, In theWashington, PA                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Shair, S.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Biological Control, Cooling System Treatment,Water Reuse
                                         The paper discusses pros Pittsburgh,neutralizing amines, of dealkalization operat
                                                                Dealkalization, PA      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL SCHMIDT, DAVID E. SIMON, II, Cyrus Rice Water Consultants,and cons and economic impactsvolatility, distribution rati
ROBERT HOLLOWAY, Holloway Associates, Islington, Ontario, CanadaNone                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Steam                  Steam Purity, Isokinetic Sampling Nozzle, Superheater, Turb
                                                                                        industrial steam generating system. D
ANTON BANWEG, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL purity is an important consideration in http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Herndon, L. K.                                                                          h
                                                                Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Reda, H. H.                                                                             h
                                                                Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Garland, C. F.                                                                          h
                                                                Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES K. RICE, Consulting Engineer, Olney, Maryland             None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES P. MCINTYRE, Betz Industrial, Trevose, Pennsylvania       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Moore, T. L.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Wastewater Treatment, Water Reuse
Love, S. K.                                                      Environmental Assessment  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. A. BYERS, J. E. RICHARDS, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, S. A. HOBART, Electric Power
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware                  None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Tokyo,
SHIRO TAYA, KATSUHIKO MOMOZAKI, Kurita Water Industries, None Japan                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
DAVID F. EDSON, Ground Water Associates, Inc., Arlington, Massachusetts                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM R. GREENAWAY, NUS Corporation, Gaithersburg, Maryland    None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Walker, G. C.                                                    Chemical Cleaning         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT S. BERNSTEIN, Ebasco Services, Inc., New York, New York, STEVEN F. DEMARCO, New York State Electric & Ga
                                          Duke Energy‘s Marshall JOE FRANK, employs ZAGALA, PETER TEN EYCK. tre
CYNTHIA BRYANT, ROBERT WYLIE, Duke Energy, Charlotte, NC; Steam StationANGELA a novel multi-stage wastewater Nal
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 FGD wastewater treatment, FGD purge wastewater, constru
PATRICIA SCROGGIN, PE, Burns And McDonnell, Kansas City, MO      None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Morrison, W. S., Kahler, F. H.                                   Ion Exchange              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The paper presents theChina
                                                                   performance of an innovated process for synchronous sew
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GODEFROID BUKURU, YANG JIAN, Tongji University, Shanghai, Municipal Sewage, Anaerobic Upflow Reactor, Trickling Filte
                                                                 None                       Service Electric & Gas Co., Handcoc
MICHAEL O'BRIEN, Graver Water Division, Union, New Jersey, PAUL MCNULTY, Publichttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          This paper ANDREW COOPER, MICHAEL GROSHANS, Nalco high efficiency film
                                                                   new approach to fill, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                           biofouling, biodispersant, biodetergen
F. PHILIP YU, COLEMAN ROCKWELL, MIKE KUHNE,describes aCooling water, filmremedy and monitor the Chemical Compa
                                           MICHAEL BRATTY, RICK LAWRENCE, BioteQ tighter regulations for sulfate disc
                                                                 sulfate, ion exchange, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                           total dissolved solids (TDS), de-miner
DAVID KRATOCHVIL, BRAD MARCHANT, Many jurisdictions around the world are imposingEnvironmental Technologies Inc.,
PARAG DEVAL, Thermax Limited, Novi, MI,                          None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Developments are taking place in every phase of producedOil Recovery, Evaporati
                                                                 Produced Water, SAGD, Enhanced KEITH MINNICH, PE,
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DOROTHY NEU and MARK NICHOLSON, PE, Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies, Pewaukee, WI;water treatment. Proce
                                          Oil Refineries using the Operating Services http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BOB GORGOL, JOHN SCHUBERT and STEVE HOPPER, USFilterHF Alkylation process utilize large amounts of hydrofluoric
                                                                 refinery wastes, hydrofluoric acid alkylation, byproduct recov
JOHN C. DETWEILER, Brown and Caldwell Consulting Engineers,None                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Eugene, Oregon, DAVID R. JONES, Brown and Caldwell C
                                                                 None
GERALD F. CONNELL, Capital Controls Company, Inc., Colmar, Pennsylvania                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Membrane bioreactor (MBR) processes offer http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Membrane, MBR, ITT an industrial wastewater treatment so
                                                                                            Advanced
ALASDAIR DONN, ITT Aquious, Basingstoke, Hants, UK and MICHAEL DIMITRIOU,Industrial Wastewater, Activated Sludge, R
GOMES GANAPATHI, Bechtel International Systems Inc., Amman, Jordan                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The                    ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, dewatering, drinking water fo
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ERIK NOTTLESON, Inima USA, Brockton, MA Taunton River Desalination Plant will produce up to 5 MGD of discharge
                                          In regions where discharge of power plant wastewater has plant, recycle, reuse
                                                                 Zero discharge, wastewater, power stringent requirements o
SUSAN BAINES, KUMAR SINHA, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL S. DALTON, Baker Petrolite, Sugarland, TX                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The use of newly availablechromatography,power plants the ability to discriminate a
BEVERLY NEWTON, Dionex Corporation, Sunnyvale, CA                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Ion products allows corrosion
                                                                 None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LARRY W. VANDEVENTER, Infilco Degremont Inc., Richmond, Virginia, MICHAEL W. VERA, Mt. Poso Cogeneration Plant, B
                                                                 None
R. GREGORY BALMER, Exxon Research & Engineering Company, Florham Park, New Jersey          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Several innovative Breakthrough Group, Cherry Hill, NJ leak detection, source of a
                                                                 Hydrocarbons, heat exchangers,
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS S. MCCURDY, JILL TEITELBAUM MCCURDY, The troubleshooting techniques were used to identify themicrobiolog
JASBIR S. GILL, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania     None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DENNIS JONES, Monongahela Power Company, Willow Island, West Virginia, RALPH E. MICKEL, Epicor, Incorporated, Linde
Weston, R. F., Sitman, W. D.                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Wastewater Treatment, Water Reuse
Baker, D. R.                                                     Cooling System Treatment  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Neat, F. U.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
                                          TVA‘s Sequoyah and Watts Virginia;partnership, economics, service contract, TVA
TOBY C. WAGNER, ROBERT M. MCGRAW, Ecolochem, Inc., Norfolk, Bar Nuclear Facilities elected to outsource rather than
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Outsourcing, SAM HARVEY, Tennessee Valley Authority
BRUCE LARKIN, Black & Veatch LLC, Kansas City, MO                None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                       Bridge, New Jersey, SUSAN M. WOZ
NORMAN SEVRIN, HARRY MILLER, Public Service Electric & Gas Company, Hancockshttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
WILLIAM GREENAWAY, Bechtel Savanah River, Inc., North Augusta, South Carolina http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOSEPH B. AROTS, Hercules Incorporated, Wilmington, Del          None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
CARL A. MAHNKEN, GLENN E. VERMILION, Resources Conservation Co., Seattle, Washington       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Pirsh, E. A., Raynor, F. G.                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Steam Pu
Baker, R. J.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring InstrumentationBi
DAVID R. SEXSMITH, Drew Chemical Corporation, Boonton, NewNone    Jersey                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          This                   Zero liquid discharge (ZLD),cooling tower, softening, reverse
                                                                                            experiences of selected integrated ze
DAVE CISZEWSKI, Ionics RCC, Bellevue, WA paper discusses the design process andhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RONALD D. NEUFELD, PhD, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Integrated Fixed-Film/Activated Sludge (IFAS) technology (Hybrid system) is an inn
                                                                 Refinery, IFAS, Ammonia, Nitrogen, Industrial, Biological, Su
                                                                                           KALLURI, Kalluri Group, Inc., Housto
CASEY MUELLER and RUSS GRILLO Frontier Refining, Inc., Cheyenne, WY; RAMESH http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Intellectual program Trade internal development and prote
                                          Aspects of an intellectual propertyProperty, includeSecret, Employee Agreement, P
                                                                                            DC
KEITH HADDAWAY, PH.D., Esq., CLIFTON MCCANN, Esq., Venable LLP, Washington, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KARL W. HERMAN, Drew Chemical Corporation, Parsippany, NJ None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware, BARRY DOOLEY, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, Californi
                                                                 None
ALBERT BURSIK, Grosskraftwork Mannheim AG, Federal Republic of Germany                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware, BARRY DOOLEY, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, Californi
MARC L. BEARDSLEY, Nalco Chemical Company, Oak Brook, IL None                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
PAUL R. PUCKORIUS, P. R. Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Marco Island, FL, STEVEN DURANCEAU, Ph.D., PE, Boyle Engineering Corpora
                                                                 Water treatment, reverse osmosis energy recovery, Intersta
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JULIA E. NEMETH, P.E., Ham R/O Systems, Inc., Venice,Florida operates a 6 MGDreverse osmosis, plant. The brackish wate
GEOFFREY K. HART, Montgomery Watson, Sunrise, FL                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Electrodeionization    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
AVIJIT DEY, PH.D., GUANGHUI LI, Omexell, Inc., Houston, TX(EDI) has been widely used in electronics, pharmaceutical, and
JONATHAN WOOD, USFilter, Lowell, MA                                                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
AVIJIT DEY, PH.D.                                                                         p. 506)
                                          (Authors closure in two parts: p. 485, p.499 tohttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rice, J. K.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
                                          The
JAMES O. ROBINSON, GE Betz, Trevose, PA ASME Research and Technology Committee on Water and Steam in Thermal
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
YASUHIRO NOHATA, Hakuto Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, HIROSHI TAGUCHI, Mie University, Mie, Japan
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
G. W. BRADLEY, L. D. MARTIN, W. P. BANKS, J. G. FROST, Halliburton Services, Duncan, Oklahoma
Place, P. B.                                                     Steam Purity            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  ROBINSON, Betz Industrial, Trevose, Pennsylvania, F. GAB
D. M. BLOOM, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Illinois, J. O. None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kerst, H., Dalbke, R. G.                                         Cooling System Treatmenthttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hodge, W. W., Hoak, Richard D.                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE B. HUEBNER, Wallace & Tiernan, Belleville, New Jersey None                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EARL L. HENN, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                     RUBIN, Dionex Corporation, Sunnyv
DAVID BERG, DAN VANDERPOOL, Mobay Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, DICKhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Crits, G. J., McKeown, M. C.                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Ion Exchange, Wastewater Treatment
                                          Simulation technology Trace Contaminants,pilot plant studies providing data Simula
MICHAEL GOTTLIEB, ResinTech, Inc., West Berlin, NJ                                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 can replace physical Resin Performance Estimation, in min
                                                                 None
JIM SUMMERFIELD and KYLE SMITH, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL GOTTLIEB, ResinTech, Inc., West Berlin, NJ               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Optimization Michigan  Reverse osmosis, packed bed, ion exchange, demineralizer
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DANIEL B. RICE, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland,of demineralizer performance and minimization of demineralized wate
                                          Ion exchange Demineralizers
                                                                 Demineralizer performance, demineralizer internals, quality w
                                                                                         proven tools to produce high ion exch
KEN PANDYA, Advanced Water Technologies Services, Inc., Plano, TX are time tested http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BILL RUNYAN, Cochrane Environmental Systems, King of Prussia, PA None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Mindler, A. B., Gilwood, M. E.                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Ion Exchange, Wastewater Treatment
                                                                 None
J. R. EMMETT, P. M. GRAINGER, NEI-John Thompson Ltd., Tipton, West Midlands, England     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
J. R. EMMETT, P. M. GRAINGER, NEI-John Thompson Ltd., Tipton, West Midlands, England     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
V. R. DAVIES, Rohm and Haas Company, Philadelphia, PA            None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
L. F. WIRTH, Jr., Dow Chemical U.S.A., Midland, Michigan         None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
I. M. ABRAMS, Diamond Shamrock Corporation, Redwood City, California                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GREGORY R. ALLAN, Consultant, Bellevue, Washington               None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Dr. ROBERT KUNIN, Consultant, Yardley, Pennsylvania              None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kingsbury, A. W., Schomaker, W. P.                               Reverse Osmosis         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BABU R. NOTT, DUANE A. CHARTIER, DUNCAN H. BARBER, Ontario Hydro, Research Division, Toronto, Canada
FRANK X. MCGARVEY, Sybron Chemicals Inc, Birmingham, New None     Jersey                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Industrial chromatography, utilize exchange chromatography
                                          Large scale chromatographic separation systems ligand different ion exchange resi
HEIKKI MONONEN, Finex Oy (Inc), Kotka, Finland                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GORDON ROSSITER, IXSEP, Houston, TX                              None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
FRIEDRICH B. MARTINOLA, HEIKO D. HOFFMANN, Bayer AG, Leverkusen West Germany,            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Horembala, L. E., Feldt, C. A.                                   Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Ulmer, R. C.                                                                              Corrosion Control - General
                                                                 Boiler Deposit Control,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Applebaum, S. B.                                                 Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Applebaum, S. B.                                                 Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
J. A. KELLY, M. L. PALMER, Nalco Chemical Company, Oak Brook, Illinois                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
ARTHUR W. FYNSK, E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc., Wilmington, Delaware              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          INDION ISR             None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RENU SARAF, Ion Exchange India Ltd., Mumbai, India (Iron Specific Resin) is an ion exchange resin based patented product
RICK SZILAGYI, WesTech Engineering, Rockton, IL                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Cation (or acid) Mississaugua, ON, Canada; http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 cation conductivity, cycle chemistry, combinedWater Proce
                                                                                         THOMAS JAMES, GE chemistry of
LUIS CARVALHO, PE,, GE Water & Process Technologies,conductivity is the main control parameter in the cyclecycle, &diethyl
                                                                 None                    New Jersey
F. X. MCGARVEY, M. E. CHILDS, R. GONZALEZ, Sybron Chemicals, Inc., Birmingham, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
JAMES T. MCNULTY, Rohm and Haas Company, Spring House, Pennsylvania                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    New Jersey
F. X. MCGARVEY, M. E. CHILDS, R. GONZALEZ, Sybron Chemicals, Inc., Birmingham, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The paper Italy; TINA None
                                                                 MASTERS ODUM, P.E. Crown Solutions,aVandalia, OHParis
                                                                                         landfill leachate in site north of
CRISTINA DEL PICCOLO, Led Italia srl., Zoppola, PN,presents the method used to treat http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRIAN AYLAIAN, Metcalf & Eddy/AECOM, Laurel, MD                  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kinney, J. E.                                                                              h
                                                                    Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Packed PA                Upflow Packed-Bed, counter current demineralizer, cycle tim
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PHILIP W. FATULA, Bayer Corporation, Pittsburgh, bed countercurrent systems significantly improve the costs of ion exchange
DR. SALLIE FISHER, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, PA                      None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Four Topics are discussed: Where is the water treatment business? Where‘s the s
                                                                    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD HECKMANN, Chairman of the Board, President and CEO, U.S. Filter Corporation, Palm Desert, California
                                           Enron Chair and Chief None shareholder of Azuriz, our
REBECCA MARK, Vice Chair, Enron Corporation, is still the largestExecutive Officer, Azurix water company that started in 19
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, IL          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHRISTIAN MAURIN, Chairman and CEO, The address aims to expand awareness concerning the current worldwide water sit
                                           The Michael Baker Corp. offers up at least one professional services company‘s pe
                                                                    none
DONALD FUSILLI, JR.,, Chairman and CEO, Michael Baker Corporation, Coraopolis, PA http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Successful on-line monitoring WILLIAM J. HERBERT, SR., Johnson March System
                                                                    Sample conditioning systems, on-line analyzers, monitoring,
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LORAINE A. HUCHLER, P.E., MarTech Systems, Inc., Lawrenceville, NJ; in steam generating systems requires conditioning a
                                                                    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM F. MCCOY, JAMES E. RIDGE, EDWARD S. LASHEN, Rohm and Haas Company, Spring House, Pennsylvania
                                                                    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RONALD N. WHITE, BRIAN D. BURNS, THOMAS K. MALLMANN, Illinois Water Treatment, Inc., Rockford, Illinois
                                                                    None
PETER S. MEYERS, L*A Water Treatment Corporation, City of Industry, California             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
N. J. RAY, M. BALL, A. COATES, Central Electricity Generating Board, Nottingham, England   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SALLIE FISHER, LYNETTE DAY, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, Pennsylvania   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRANCES M. CUTLER, Southern California Edison, Paramount, CaliforniaNone                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Selmeczi, J. G.                                                     Gas Scrubbing          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DONALD A. SCHUELKE, Northern States Power Company, Welch, Minnesota, B. GEORGE KNIAZEWYCZ, MARK A. BROSS
WILLIAM E. KATZ, Ionics, Inc., Watertown, Massachusetts             None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRUCE W. VIGON, DAVID P. EVERS, Battelle Memorial Institute, None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                     Columbus, Ohio, WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Electric Power R
                                                                     Betz                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. C. MCDONALD, D. J. KOTWICA, S. B. PRUETT, B. L. TRACY,None Laboratories, Inc., The Woodlands, Texas
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES K. RICE, James K. Rice, Chartered, Olney, Maryland            None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
S. J. ELMIGER, N. J. MRAVICH, G. T: UPPERMAN, Babcock & Wilcox, Alliance, Ohio http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SALLIE A. FISHER, Puricons, Inc., Berwyn, Pennsylvania              None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
S. J. ELMIGER, N. J. MRAVICH, G. T: UPPERMAN, Babcock & Wilcox, Alliance, Ohio http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
G. H. CANULLO-VUNK, Ph.D., J. C. STEELHAMMER, Ph.D., JIM None                               Laboratories, Memphis, Tennessee
                                                                    LUKANICH, Buckman http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
T. K. HAACK, Albright & Wilson Americas, Inc., Richmond, Virginia   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Potter, E. C.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Corrosion Control - Steel
                                           This paper covers the technologies
                                                                    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN P. TOOHIL JR., USFilter Industrial Wastewater Systems Billerica, MA most commonly applied to the recycling of was
WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Wayne C. Micheletti, Inc. Charlottesville, VA                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Miller, D.                                                          Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Lundgren, H.                                                                               h
                                                                    Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Ontario Power Generation (formerly
MICHAEL CARAVAGGIO, Ontario Power Generation, Courtright, ON, Canada Ontario Hydro) is a provincially owned Canadia
                                                                    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
SALLIE A. FISHER, GERARD OTTEN, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, Pennsylvania                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. R. STAHLBUSH, R. M. STROM, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland,    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
SALLIE A. FISHER, GERARD OTTEN, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, Pennsylvania                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           A leading industrial house in Limited, ofDischarge), facility producing multiple was
                                                                    ZLD (Zero Liquid India has
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
AJANTA SARKAR and SACHIN KUKADE, Aquatech Systems (Asia) Pvt.the south Pune, India aWaste water, Recycle, Scaling
JAMES MOEN, Roseville Electric, Roseville, CA                       None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Trace, R. J.                                                                               h
                                                                    Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Panel Moderator: David Alley, Clearwater Systems Corp., Essex, CT   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The AWT document isNone   a                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM PEARSON, II, Southeastern Laboratories, Goldsboro, NC comprehensive update of collective information and data a
HELEN CERRA, Chemtreat, Inc., Glen Allen, VA                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Legionella, Legionellosis, Legionnaire‘s Disease, Biofilms,
MARTIN NOSOWITZ, ARKEMA Inc., King of Prussia, peroxide provides unique Puckoriusand dispersing properties as an CO C
                                                                                             & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, exce
                                           Hydrogen PA, PAUL PUCKORIUS, oxidizing http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHARLES ASCOLESE, GE Water & Process Technologies, Trevose, PA                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARTIN NOSOWITZ, ARKEMA Inc., King of Prussia, PA, PAUL PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, CO
                                           Legionella Pneumophila and related species of bacteria are known to be human
DAVID ALLEY and FRANK ROGERS, Clearwater Systems Corp., Legionella, Pulsed Power Water Treatment, Test Methodspa
                                                                    Essex, CT              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Power point presentation None                    Legionella detection, monitoring, and
GEORGE LICINA, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA on three options for http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The initial response to Legionella, Legionnaires‘ Boonton, NJ
LINDA RUSZNAK, KEVIN PIDANE and JOANNE KUCHINSKI, Ashland Specialty Chemical,Disease, microbial treatment strate
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    the detection of Legionella for an industrial cooling water sys
LINDA RUSZNAK & KEVIN PIDANE, Ashland Specialty Chemical, Boonton, NJ                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ANDREW J. COOPER, ONDEO Nalco Company, Naperville, IL                                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Panel Discussion Moderator: Dileep Thatte, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           In this session, I review some
BRIAN G. SHELTON, MPH, PathCon Laboratories, Norcross, GA None of the significant achievements in the advancement o
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This report is an up-date of                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, CO Nonethe presentation made at the International Water Confe
                                           The management of the Legionella growth risk depends on the treatment types, the
                                                                  Cooling tower, biocide,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                          Legionella, Veolia Water S&T North
DAVE CHRISTOPHERSEN, Crown Solutions- Veolia Water S&T, Vandalia, OH; KARIM ESSEMIANI,interfering flora (interferin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM E. MOORE, Monsanto Chocolate Bayou, Alvin, Texas, PETER L. TREMONT, Monsanto Central Engineering, St. Lou
F. X. MCGARVEY, Sybron Chemicals Inc., Birmingham, New Jersey     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RONALD A. BOZE, COLIN C. TYRIE, R. K. HUMMEL, L'eau Claire Systems, Inc., Kenner, Louisiana
                                                                   Killona,
ANTHONY S. CANZONERI, Louisiana Power and Light Company,None Louisiana                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ICHIRO INAMI, Toshiba Corporation, Kawasaki, Japan, YOSHITAKE MORIKAWA, KATSUJI MAEDA, Toshiba Corporation, Yo
                                                                  None
PHILIP J. D'ANGELO, Philadelphia Electric Company, Wayne, Pennsylvania                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ICHIRO INAMI, Toshiba Corporation, Kawasaki, Japan, YOSHITAKE MORIKAWA, KATSUJI MAEDA, Toshiba Corporation, Yo
                                                                  None
FRIEDRICH B. MARTINOLA, GUENTER SIEGERS, Bayer AG, Leverkusen, West Germany              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hoak, R. D., Jewis, C. J.,Hodge, W. W.                                                   h
                                                                  Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None
FRED LIBERATORE, JEFF CAMPBELL, Desalination Systems, Inc., Escondido, California        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None
FRED LIBERATORE, JEFF CAMPBELL, Desalination Systems, Inc., Escondido, California        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None
WILLIAM J. CONLON, Camp, Dresser & McKee, Inc., Ontario, California                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Sheen, R. T.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. RANTELL, J. M. GRANT, Central Electricity Generating Board, Ratcliffe-on-Soar, Nottingham, United Kingdom
                                           RUGGIERO, PAUL A.Zero liquid discharge, wastewater software, reverse osmosis
                                                                   WAGNER, P.E., U.S. http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                         Generating Company, Swedesboro,
CHRISTOPHER D. HEADLEY, JOSEPH E. U. S Generating Company has successfully commissioned a pulverized coal-firedN
SCOTT BEARDSLEY, The Dow Chemical Company, Minneapolis,None        Minnesota             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES E. VAN WYK, Niro Inc., Columbia, Maryland, WILLIAM RUNYON, Crane-Cochrane Environmental Systems, King of Pr
                                           Baytown, TX, WILLIAM membranes, low fouling polyamide membranes from one
                                                                  Reverse osmosis, membranes, polyamide,
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PATRICK H. KINGHORN, Ecolochem, Inc., Sets of cellulose acetateE. HAAS, Ecolochem, Inc., Norfolk, VA cellulose acetate
                                           Ecolochem, membrane system
                                                                  Gas transfer membrane, deoxygenation, dissolved oxygen,
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PATRICK KINGHORN, WILLIAM E. HAAS, Gas transfer Inc., Houston, TX removes oxygen to less than 15 ppb. from ambienw
BRIAN D. MILLER, CELGARD LLC, Charlotte, NC                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   Arizona
DONALD D. GOLDSTROHM, THOMAS W. ROBERTSON, Salt River Project, St. Johns, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DOUGLAS E. NOLL, Consulting Engineer, Gibsonia, PennsylvaniaNone                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   Arizona
DONALD D. GOLDSTROHM, THOMAS W. ROBERTSON, Salt River Project, St. Johns, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  SIGON, ENEL, Thermal and Nuclear Research Center, Mila
M. ROTTOLI, CISE, Innovative Technology, S.P.A., Milan, Italy, F. None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL G. TRULEAR, EDWARD W. EKIS, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Illinois, GEORGE ELLIOT, Northern Irelan
JOHN GAREY, Marine Biocontrol, Sandwich, Massachusetts            None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           We are reporting the difference found in the development of macrofouling and micr
                                                                  None                    Mexico
ALFONSO RUIZ, OSCAR BENITEZ, Comision Federal de Electricidad, Cardel, Veracruz,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Martinola, F., Richter, A.                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Cooling System Treatment, Ion Exchange,Wastewater Trea
Downing D., Hetherington, R.                                      Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Miami,
GEORGE KVAJIC, MARJANA MILOSEVIC-KVAJIC, University Of None Miami, Florida http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Marston, P. G.                                                                           h
                                                                  Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   DEBORAH PARKER, Baylor Univers
KENNETH W. BUSCH, RALPH E. DARLING, MARIANNA BUSCH, JAMES L. MCATEE, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OLGA MARTYNOVA, Moscow Power Institute, Moscow, USSR None                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           A large ethylene ALTINO ALVES BENTO, Petroquimica Uniao, make-up. The pla
                                                                  Cooling water, on-line cleaning, corrosion, microbiological gr
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICARDO DE ARAUJO FERNANDES, BetzDearborn Brazil; plant uses contaminated water as cooling towerBrazil
JOHN RICHARDSON, ChemTreat, Inc., Ashland, VA                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROY BOLTON, CEDRIC MARSON, NEI Thompson Kennicott, Ettingshall, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, United Kingdom, J
                                           A City, FL, WILLIAM E. HAAS, Ecolochem, Inc., Norfolk, VA, JAIME nitrogen diss
                                                                  Gas operating on a kidney loop, continuously maintains blan
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. HELMRICH, Florid a Power & Light, Florid agas Transfer Membrane, transfer membrane, GTM, deoxygenation, STATON, Ec
                                                                  None
QINAI BAO, Jinling Petrochemical Corporation, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Evergreen, Colorado       None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           A large ammonia-urea Cooling water, contaminated makeup water, cooling water Br
                                                                   plant RICARDO PRADO SANTOS, Ultrafertil, Aaucaroa, sy
                                                                                          some changes in its monitoring tools
PAULO S. S. SANTIAGO, Nalco Chemical Company, Sao Paulo, Brazil, was submitted tohttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD O. YOUMANS, Buckman Laboratories International, Inc., Memphis, TN                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOSEPH H. DUFF, Burns & Roe, Inc., Oradell, New Jersey            None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. A. LEVENDUSKY, Epicor, Inc.                                    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HUGH H. HARPER, JR., DAVID L. DRUMMONDS, Southern Company Services, Inc., Birmingham, Alabama
                                                                  None
GEORGE J. CRITS, Cochrane Environmental Systems, Crane Co., King of Prussia, Pennsylvaniahttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None
E. W. JACKSON, J. H. SMITH, Portals Water Treatment Ltd., Isleworth, Middlesex, England  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LOUIS WIRTH, Jr., Dow Chemical U.S.A., Midland, Michigan          None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN SEKERA, Ecodyne, Graver Water Division, Union, New Jersey    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KEVIN J. SHIELDS, DAVID A. CLINE, Jr., Sheppard T. Powell Associates, Baltimore, Maryland, BARRY DOOLEY, Electric Po
ANTHONY SELBY, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, Colorado  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KEVIN J. SHIELDS, DAVID A. CLINE, Jr., Sheppard T. Powell Associates, Baltimore, Maryland, BARRY DOOLEY, Electric Po
WILLIAM S. MILLER, Ecolochem, Inc., Norfolk, Virginia            None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
MILTON P. CROSSEN, Aquatech International Corp., Canonsburg, Pennsylvania                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GARY COKER, TOM WILLIAMSON, Entergy Operations, Inc., Port Gibson, Mississippi, KEITH SIMS, LI ZHANG, DAVID ELYA
                                                                 None
PETER CARTWRIGHT, Cartwright Consulting Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           PA                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SALLIE C. FISHER, Puricons, Inc., Malvern,Upgrading the performance of old make-up mixed bed is often just a matter of findi
Dunsmore, D. A.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
                                          This report provides information on the successful application of a non-oxidizing bio
RICK COLCLASURE, AquaComp, Inc., St. Charles, MO                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
T. J. TVEDT, Jr., C. A. JONES, J. G. GRIERSON, The Dow Chemical Company, Freeport, Texas, L. JONES, The Dow Chemi
JOSEPH S. ROTI, Drew Industrial Division, Boonton, New Jersey None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          A new marine biofouling control system usinghttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Intermittent ozonation, cooling water, seawater, biofouling, c
                                                                                          both intermittent ozonation and oxida
YASUHIRO TANIMURA, JUNJI HIROTSUJI, KAZUHIRO MIYA, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Amagasaki, Hyoga, Japan; NA
                                                                 None
ARTHUR FREEDMAN, Arthur Freedman Associates Inc., E. Stroudsburg, PA                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
FRANCIS A. DIGIANO, Univ. of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BILLY H. KORNEGAY, Westvaco Corporation, Covington, VirginiaNone                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The performance of membranes used in water treatment is affected by the quality o
JOHN CLARK, Chemtrac Systems, Inc., Norcross, GA                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Neumann, P. D.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Cooling Sy
                                          Start-up and shutdownprotective oxides, exfoliation, oxygen scavenger, passivator,
                                                                  of heat recovery
CHARLES KUHFELDT, Ashland Water Technologies, Drew Industrial, Boonton, NJ steam generators results in thermal stress
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HANS ZEHNDER, Polymetron AG, Switzerland                         None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN HALE, Orbisphere Laboratories, Geneva, Switzerland          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Treatment Massachusetts water, cation important long-term preventative mainte
                                                                 Boiler                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID M. GRAY, Thornton Associates, Inc., Waltham, of boiler water and steam is an conductivity, pH, steam purity
                                          This Inc., New Orleans, LA
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SHARIF DISI, Mechanical Equipment Company, paper presents 2 case studies of Mechanical Vapor Compression Seawater D
                                                                 None
JOSEPH L. BEALS, Wallace & Tiernan Div., Pennwalt Corporation, Belleville, NJ            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LOUIS SYBERT, Bechtel Corporation, San Francisco, California None                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                     NAKAMURA, Toshiba Corporation, Y
ICHIRO INAMI, HIROYUKI NAGAO, Toshiba Corporation, Kawasaki, Japan, MASAHIROhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JASBIR S. GILL, CHERYL D. ANDERSON, RICHARD G. VARSANIK, Calgon CorporationPittsburgh, Pennsylvania
DAVID L. VENEZKY, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC      None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD W. LUTEY, VANJA M. KING, MARYANN CLEGHORN, None                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Buckman Laboratories, Memphis, Tennessee
                                                                 None
WILLIAM F. MCCOY, Great Lakes Chemical Corporation, West Lafayette, Indiana              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          A semiconductor Inc., Norfolk, VA               water treatment system to provide po
ROBERT A. ESCOBEDO and JUDY PUCKETT, Ecolochem, firm contracted a temporaryhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Semiconductor, Reverse Osmosis (RO), Gas Transfer Mem
PETER S. CARTWRIGHT, PE, Cartwright Consulting Co., Minneapolis, MN                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Currently available San Diego, California membrane, elements
                                                                 Reverse osmosis,        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN PERLMAN, DAVID FABER, Fluid Systems Corporation, reverse osmosis membranes and element are described. Gui
LEE COMBS, Osmonics, Minnetonka, Minnesota                       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DR. MOHAMMAD ALBELDAWI, K. M. SIMMS, S. A. ZAIDI, Wastewater Technology Centre, Rockliffe Research Mgmt., Inc., B
                                          This paper discusses the technical, microfiltration, operational issues Company, Tw
                                                                 Membranes, economichttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                            Nuclear Management addressed in
GLEN SUNDSTROM, USFilter Memcor Products, Rockford, IL and DEAN WEYENBERG,and ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, f
JANE KUCERA, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GLEN SUNDSTROM, USFilter Memcor Products, Rockford, IL and DEAN WEYENBERG, Nuclear Management Company, Tw
                                          We all learn           Nanofiltration, reverse http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                         osmosis, share these lessons with ot
JOHN E. DAILY, Metcalf & Eddy, Inc., Tampa, Florida from our mistakes but are embarrassed to membrane scaling, membra
                                                                 None
JANE KUCERA, HARI GUPTA, Wheelabrator Water Technologies, Inc., Naperville, Illinois     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Membrane technologies combined with more http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
PETER S. CARTWRIGHT, PE, Cartwright Consulting Co., Minneapolis, MN                       traditional processes offer significant
WAYNE E. BERNAHL, W Bernahl Enterprises Ltd, Elmhurst, IL                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Reverse osmosis membrane                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JIM SUMMERFIELD, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI none systems are subject to upsets from many types of fou
                                          This paper presents recent advancements in http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Membranes, microfiltration, ultrafiltration, backwash, air-scou
PETER CARTWRIGHT, P.E., Cartwright Consulting Company, Minneapolis, MN                   the MEMCOR® membrane filtration p
                                          Mercury containing RUEDIGER PELDSZUS, during theAG
                                                                 None                    Degussa combustion of coal, residua
JOE LALLY, BOB GEC, Degussa Corporation, Parsippany, NJ; flue gases are generated http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Flue Gas growing concern for& Associates, On-going Field
                                                                                          Stover the Utility Industry Stillwater,
                                          Mercury control and removal is aDesulfurization, Mercury Removal, Inc., in Flue Ga
MICHAEL PUDVAY, Degremont Technologies, Richmond, VA; ENOS L. STOVER, PhD.,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Johnson, E. G., Walker, A. O.                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Corrosion Control - General
McElhaney, H. W.                                                                         h
                                                                 Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Corrosion damage canMetallurgical Examination, - Drew Industrial Div., Boonton, N
                                                                  lead to untimely production upsets and costly Copper Corro
                                                                                         Co. Erosion-Corrosion, heat exchang
STEPHEN M. MCINTYRE and DUNN JOSEPH HOFILENA, Ashland Specialty Chemical http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Ion exchange has Eco-Tec Inc., Pickering, ON, Canada
PAUL PAJUNEN, P.ENG., AND MICHAEL SHEEDY, P.ENG., historically proven, in certain applications, to be an effective met
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PHILIP FATULA, Sybron Chemicals Inc., a Lanxess Company, Pittsburgh, PA                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
McDermet, J. R.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Heitmann, H. G.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Boiler Corrosion and Control, Filtration,Ion Exchange, Nucle
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. I. BENNETCH, Virginia Power, Richmond, Virginia, C. T. SZYMKE, R. L. CLARK, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylva
                                                                 None
ROBERT E. TATNALL, MIC Associates, Inc., Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Two case histories in nuclear
                                                                   MIC, once through SWS, mitigation, carbon steel, cause ana
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD W. LUTEY, Buckman Laboratories International, Memphis, TN power plants are discussed where the root root cause
                                           the basis of this paper MIC, microbiologically influenced corrosion, cooling Pittsbur
                                                                   is that anaerobic microbiologically influenced corrosion can n
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RODNEY DONLAN, RAYMOND J. SIMMEN, ALAN L. SMITH, CHRISTOPHER L. WIATR, Ph.D., Calgon Corporation,water, su
                                           A Calgon Corporation,Anaerobic bacteria, pitting, corrosion, stainless steel
                                                                     Pittsburgh, PA          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DONALD L. GIBBON, RODNEY M. DONLAN,cave-like pit in the wall of a stainless steel condenser has a much smaller surface
                                                                   None
JOHN W. LEE, SCOTT G. FREYMARK, Olin Water Services, Overland Park, Kansas                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This report is Memphis, TN
                                                                   Make-up water, microbiological problems, MIC, and environm
                                                                                             effect recent operational alternative m
RICHARD W. LUTEY, Ph.D., RWLutey & Associates Inc.,an overview discussion of what http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Case histories from experience and the MIC, microbes, bacteria, pitting, hydrotest w
                                                                   Stainless steels, published literature illustrate factors which
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GREG KOBRIN, Nickel Development Institute, Beaumont, TX, STEPHEN LAMB, Nickel Development Institute, Huntington, WV
RICHARD LUTEY SR., Buckman Laboratories, Memphis, TN               None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DONALD L. GIBBON, RICHARD G. VARSANIK, GEORGE C. SIMON, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
                                                                   None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
D. M. SOPOCY, N. M. KASS, R. J. CHIESA, Sargent & Lundy, Chicago, Illinois, W. C. MICHELETTI, Electric Power Research
ROBERT M. ROSAIN, CH2M Hill, Bellevue, Washington                  None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            U.S. Filter Corporation,
                                                                   Ceramic membrane, microfiltration, reverse osmosis, pretrea
                                                                                              known as Title 22 water in California
LINDA DELLA CORNA, JAMES L. FILSON,Sanitary water from sewage treatment plants,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This paper presents recent advancements in http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                      membrane Memcor The new Colora
GLEN SUNDSTROM, USFilter Memcor Products, Rockford, IL and RUSS SWERDFEGER, USFilter filtration. Products,process
JOHN POTTS, Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., West Palm Beach, FL                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GLEN SUNDSTROM, USFilter Memcor Products, Rockford, IL and RUSS SWERDFEGER, USFilter Memcor Products, Colora
                                           Eraring Australia       Microfiltration, Reverse plant operated by Eraring Energy. Si
GARRY CRAIG, Eraring Energy, Dora Creek, NSW,Power Station is a 2640MW coal-fired Osmosis and Effluent.
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KUMAR SINHA, Bechtel Power Corp., Frederick, MD                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This Inc, Burlington, Ontario, Canada, STEVE KROLL, ZENON Environmental Sys
                                                                   Pre-filtration, case history information on a relatively new te
F. A. TONELLI, ZENON Environmental Systems,paper presents a summary andfiltration, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             membrane technology, microfiltration,
GEORGE C. SOLYMOSI, Capital Controls Company, Inc., Colmar,None                              LOWTHER, Ontario Hydro, Ontario,
                                                                     Pennsylvania, DAVIDhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAN MORRIS, Morr Control, Inc., Muskogee, Oklahoma, JOANNE KUCHINSKI, Drew Industrial Division, Boonton, New Jerse
DENNIS SHEA, Monsanto Chemical Company, Alvin, Texas               None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This and WILLIAM a case study on the Cary, NC
BILL MOORE, Calpine Corporation, Houston, TXpaper presents SULLIVAN, USFilter,microsand-ballasted clarifiers installed at t
                                                                                             recycled water
                                                                   clarifier, cooling water, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Schwada, Joseph. C.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Inc., Manhattan, Kansas exchange, demineralization, organics,minimizes the cost
                                                                   Ion                        system operation ultrafiltration, hum
MONTY MCCOY, Bliss Energy Consultants,Our new approach to optimized ion exchangehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The Inc., Malvern, Pennsylvania
                                                                   beds is based mixed bed,5mixed bed capacity, set of test pa
                                                                                             at gallons/ ft2/min. A condensate,
HERMAN HAMANN, SALLIE FISHER, Puricons,capacity of mixed Ion exchange, on testshttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
FRANCES M. CUTLER, Southern California Edison, Paramount, California                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HERMAN HAMANN, SALLIE FISHER, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, PennsylvaniaNone                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Morrison, W. S.                                                    Ion Exchange              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Brush, G. W., Applebaum, S. B.,Angele, G. J.                       Ion Exchange              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Ion exchange resins are reasonably stable materials and depending on
                                                                    NJ                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER MEYERS, FRANK DESILVA ResinTech, Inc., West Berlin,Mixed Bed Resins, Storage, Deterioration, Linersthe ionic fo
                                           Tests using Associates, Inc., oxidants, coolingoxidizing biocides for cooling tower m
                                                                   Mixed Los Alamos, ofhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                                PAUL PETERSON, Trident Techno
WESLEY L. BRADFORD, Ph.D., Los Alamos Technical mixed-oxidant solution insteadNM,tower maintenance, aerobic bacteria
EDWARD S. BEARDWOOD, Drew Industrial Division of Ashland Canada, Ajax, Ontario, Canada       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Mercer, B. W., Ames, L. L.                                                                   h
                                                                   Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The Piney Point fertilizer plant Lime Treatment, Gyphas been one of the most Reve
                                                                   Double in Palmetto, Florida, Stack, Phosphogypsum, public
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BILL PERPICH JR., USFilter, Tampa, FL; CHRIS SOULE, USFilter, Schaumburg, IL; SAM ZAMANI, P.E., Florida Department
COLLEEN M. KULICK, Parsons E & C, Reading, PA                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Trace metals Corporation, Frederick, MD wood anddischarge,from wooden cooling
                                                                    in the treatment of      wood, will leach NPDES, Arsenic, C
MARK A. JANICK, LAWRENCE GASPER, Bechtel Powerare usedCooling tower, treated http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL R. PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, CO                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. LEIBOVITZ, S. G. SAWOCHKA, NWT Corporation, San Jose, CaliforniaNone                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Moderator: Robert J. Cunningham                                    None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ARTHUR FREEDMAN, Arthur J. Freedman & Associates, FRED IENNA, Texaco Puget Sound Plant., GAIL LOPEZ, Nalco Che
                                           This presentation will provide DARIN design concepts, PAUL to GROSS, Liquid P
                                                                   Packed Bed, Countercurrent, Retrofit, Demineralization, Mod
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID T. DALLY, Sybron Chemicals, Inc., A Bayer Co., Birmingham, NJ, several CUNNINGHAM &related W.the modernization
DAN RICE, Dow Chemical Co., Midland, MI                                                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD J. LIPINSKI, The Mogul Corporation, Chagrin Falls, Ohio oneN                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID E. SIMON, II, NUS Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA                None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
KENNETH F. SOEDER, JOSEPH S. ROTI, Drew Industrial Division, Boonton, New Jersey             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. FRED WILKES, Consultant, Titusville, Florida, FLAVIO BIANCHI, MESSIAS C. AMARAL, REGINA M.C. DIAS, Aquatec Quim
                                                                   None                      Delmarva Power, Millsboro, Delaware
WILLIAM L. TRACE, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, KEITH H. KEHRER, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                       Milwaukee, Wisconsin
ROBERT MUEHLENKAMP, PAUL SCHUMACHER, Wisconsin Electric Power Company,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
ROBERT RUMELFANGER, KEITH J. SALAMONY, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROLAND A. LEATHRUM, Thomas M. Laronge, Inc., Newark, Delaware      None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                       CLUZEL, Rosemount Analytical, Inc.
CARL C. SCHEERER, Central Illinois Public Service Company, Springfield, Illinois, JOHNhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM E. ALLMON, Babcock & Wilcox Company, Alliance, Ohio        None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                       CLUZEL, Rosemount Analytical, Inc.
CARL C. SCHEERER, Central Illinois Public Service Company, Springfield, Illinois, JOHNhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WALTER ZABBAN, The Chester Engineers, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN M. RIDDLE, US Operating Services Corporation, Pittsburgh,None                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Pennsylvania, THOMAS O. PASSELL, Electric Power Rese
                                                                 None
WESLEY L. PEARL, S. G. SAWOCHKA, NWT Corporation, San Jose, California                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The and GUIHE TAO,Organic reduction in a typical ultrapure water (A Division o
                                                                  PHD Centre for reclaimed sewage, high purity water
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BALAKRISHNAN VISWANATH, KIRAN KEKRE,organic transformation andremoval,Advanced Water Technology,system was in
OTAKAR JONAS, RAVI MATHUR, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STEPHEN J. SHULDER, Baltimore Gas & Electric, Baltimore, MarylandNone                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OTAKAR JONES, RAVI MATHUR, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Collins, L. F.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Corrosion Control - Aluminum, Corrosion Control - Copper A
Campbell, John T.                                                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Lordi, D. T.                                                                             h
                                                                 Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           New
SCOTT CROSIER, Hach Company, Fairport, NY systems are available to monitor multiple analytical parameters through a sing
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
COLLEEN LAYMAN, P.E., Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Nordell, E.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The paper describes pilot plantwater blowdown,performance and K. TAYLOR, Sas
                                                                 Cooling testing, and the Reverse Osmosis, Nanofiltration, o
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER K. ERIKSSON, GE Osmonics, Vista, CA, IAN SCARTH, GE Betz, Regina, SK, Canada and WILLIAMtrouble shooting Z
WILLIAM MOORE, Calpine, Houston, TX                                                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The Navajo Generating Station was among the first HPD, LLC,Plainfield, IL in the
                                                                 boiler, chemical processing, coal-fired power stations
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT PETERSON and JERRY KOGER,, Salt River Project, Page, AZ; TIMOTHY RITTOF, concentrate reduction, cooling t
Michael Wisdom, P. E., ContourGlobal, Houston, TX                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rice, C. W.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
D. G. CUISIA, J. W. RUDOLPH, C. M. HWA, E. A. TEHLE, Jr., Dearborn Chemical (U.S.), Lake Zurich, Illinois
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KURT D. HEINZ, Dearborn Division, W.R. Grace & Company, Lake Zurich, Illinois, J. A. GRAY, Dearborn Chemical Co. Ltd. (C
                                                                 None
ARTHUR J. FREEDMAN, Thomas M. Laronge, Inc., East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           A                     none                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICK DUNN, Ionics Instruments, Boulder, CO newly developed on-line analyzer is being utilized in ultra pure water systems to c
                                           We have evaluated biocides and point of entry efficacy
JANET E. STOUT, PhD, VA Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA                                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Legionella, disinfection, (POE) treatment technologies for th
RICHARD D. MILLER, PhD, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES CHEN, Belco Pollution Control, Parsippany, New Jersey, JAMES NICHOLS, Kansas City Power & Light Company, Lac
LOUIS F. WIRTH, Consultant, Midland, Michigan                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Calcium Chemicals, Tuscaloosa, AL water, complex constant, speciation, threshol
DANIEL PARKER VANDERPOOL, Laurel Functionalcarbonate scale inhibitor effectiveness is commonly assumed to parallel th
                                                                 Scale, cooling          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PATRICK GILL, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JUNJI FUKUDA, TAKAYUKI TASHIRO, TAKASHI KASHIWAGI, Mitsubishi Chemical Corp. Tokyo, Japan, MASASHI MIYAGI,
                                                                 None
LINDA HLIVKA, Drew Industrial Division, Ashland Chemical Co., Boonton, New Jersey http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DANIEL ROBINETTE, Puckorius & Associates, Evergreen, Colorado    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN J. PEARROW, South Carolina Electric & Gas Company, Columbia, South Carolina, THOMAS W. POSCHMANN, Pall P
AL REVERE, Pacific Gas & Electric, San Francisco, California     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. E. BORNAK, Betz Laboratories, Inc., Trevose, Pennsylvania None                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
K. FIX, L. SCERBO, Drew Industrial Division, Ashland Chemical Inc., Boonton, New Jersey  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Langberg, A. M.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Clarification and Contact Softening, Filtration,Ion Exchange
Abrams, I. M.                                                    Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This paper describes utilization              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TED PRATO, CHRIS GALLAGHER, Ionics Incorporated, Watertown, MA of the electrodeionization, EDI, process on several
                                                                 None
MARTIN S. FRANT, CHARLES S. BAER, Orion Research, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Wet Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies company, Moon Township, PA; WILLI
                                                                  are used for flue gas http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LAWRENCE GURNARI, N.A. Water Systems, a scrubber systemscrystallization, thermaldesulfurization (FGD) at power plants
                                                                                         evaporation, brine concentrators, slud
TAKESHI IWATSUKA, Japan Organo Company, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan one   N                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. D. DARJI, Infilco Degremont Inc., Richmond, Virginia          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TAKESHI IWATSUKA, Japan Organo Company, Ltd., Tokyo, Japan one   N                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN E. ORTH, Metal Samples Company, Munford, Alabama            None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
WILLIAM E. GARRETT, Jr., Alabama Power Company, Birmingham, Alabama                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BURNETT SCHNEIDER, RICHARD A. RIDDLE, Aqua-Chem, Inc.,None        Milwaukee, Wisconsin   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This paper describes experiences at several power stations with condensate polish
STEPHEN W. NAJMY, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI,                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ELI SALEM, E. Salem & Associates, Inc., Deal, NJ                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kunin, R., Downing, D. G.                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Ion Exchange, Wastewater Treatment
                                                                 None
HENRY P. STOEBENAU, Rohm and Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RONALD L. KOLBASH, American Electric Power, Lancaster, Ohio, DONALD BUDEIT, Turbojett International, Canonsburg, Pe
DONALD H. NEWMAN, Schneider Engineers, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Von Koeppen, A., Pesowicz, A. F.,Meta, B. A.                     Cooling System Treatmenthttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HERMAN HAMANN, MARK BERTLER, Arrowhead Industrial Water, Inc., Lincolnshire, Illinois, RON MADDEN, Arrowhead Indu
G.E. GEIGER, Betz Water Management Group, Horsham, Pennsylvania  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
HAROLD A. CHAGNARD, The Dow Chemical Company, Plaquemine, Louisiana                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          The most used oxygen scavengers have been analysed and a new product, amine
FEDERICA PERPIGLIA, Università degli Studi di Genova - D.I.M.S.E.T., Genova, Italy http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Generation, Orlando, Economics, Deregulation, Cycling Power Generation, plan
                                                                 FL and MICHAEL RZIHA, Siemens
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES BELLOWS, PH.D.., Siemens PowerThe economics of deregulation have changed the operating scenarios for newErlan
                                                                 None
DAN P. VANDERPOOL, SUSAN P. REY, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kahler, H. L., Brown, J. K.                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Boiler Corrosion and Control
                                          The Inc., of this report is makeup demineralizer systems, the so called ―water plan
WILLIAM BORNAK, Recirculation Technologies focusWarminster, anion exchange resin, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 PA                      organic fouling, resin cleaning, econo
                                          In November 2002, a new facility at the Liaohe Oilfield in Liaoning Province, dissolv
                                                                  BEEK, Nijhuis Water http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                         water, heavy oil, steam assist, China
CRAIG J. BROWN, Eco-Tec, Inc., Pickering, ADRIAAN VAN DERwastewater, produced Tech., Inc., Richmond Hill, JON H. XI
Wessing, W., Skerrett, J. C.                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Clarification and Contact Softening
I. M. ABRAMS, Diamond Shamrock Chemical Company, RedwoodNone Cal.  City,                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
Dr. CARL CAIN, Jr., Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, Tennessee                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
I. M. ABRAMS, Diamond Shamrock Chemical Company, RedwoodNone Cal.  City,                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Helena MT             Zero discharge, wastewater was installed at a osmosis, HE
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BOB KIMBALL, Hydrometrics, Incorporated,An innovative non-fouling reverse osmosis processtreatment, reverse metals smelt
RON KOCHIK, ONDEO Nalco Chemical Co., Naperville, IL                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRUCE COULTER, WAYNE BATES, ROBERT MARAVICH, Illinois Water Treatment, Inc., Rockford, Illinois
                                           and J. VERDES, Henkel KGaA, sustainability of inhibitor systems in open cooling
                                                                 Cooling Water, Scale Germany
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MATTHIAS SCHWEINSBERG, W. HATER,The increased demand for more Dusseldorf, Inhibition, Biodegradability, Field Test w
M. J. ELLIS, R. KUNIN, Rohm and Haas Company, Philadelphia, PA   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
STEPHEN B. GALE, Andco Environmental Process, Inc., Buffalo, New York                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER MICHAEL LANGE, FRIEDRICH B. MARTINOLA, HANS KARL SOEST, Bayer AG, Leverkusen, Germany
                                                                                    Boulder, Colorado
RICHARD HUTTE, RICHARD GODEC, KEVIN O‘NEILL, Sievers Instruments, Inc., 
 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
Cuisia, D. G.                                                    Boiler Deposit Control http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           SEH America Inc., Vancouver, WA; DEVESHfeasibility of Aquatech International Co
                                                                 Reverse osmosis, the http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                          SHARMA, treating Cooling Tower B
ALLEN R. BOYCE, MICHAEL FERRIGINO, A pilot study was conducted demonstrate zero-liquid discharge, silica, cooling tower
                                          Nine Mile Point Unit None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R F. GREEN, Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation, Oswego, NYTwo, (NMP2), is a 1210 MWE boiling water reactor operated b
Gregg, J. C., Bowne, S. B.                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Ion Exchange, Public Water Supply
                                                                 None
S. R. TRESSIDER, Perolin-Bird Archer, Ltd., Cobourg, Ontario, Canada                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Gilbert, M.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
                                          Non-Chemical DevicesPA   (NCD) have device, cooling water treatment
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TIMOTHY KEISTER, ProChemTech International, Inc., Brockway, non-chemical been marketed for control of scale, corrosion,
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EDWARD S. BEARDWOOD, Drew Industrial Division of Ashland Canada Corp., Ajax, Ontario, Canada
                                          There are numerous systems
                                                                 none                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LORAINE A. HUCHLER, PE, MarTech Systems, Inc., Lawrenceville, NJ using combinations of electrical, magnetic and mech
SAMUEL B. DILCER, JR., Cyrus Rice Water Consultants, Pittsburgh, PA                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
YOUNG I. CHO, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Alquist, F. N., Guy, A. M.                                       Boiler Deposit Control http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
RITA SCHMIDT SUDMAN, Water Education Foundation, Sacramento, California                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MARK S. SINGEL, Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
JOHN A. S. MCGLENNON, ERM - New England Inc., Boston, Massachusetts                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JACK BOGUT, 1320-WJAS, Pittsburgh, PA                            None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PETER J. CENSKY, Water Quality Association, (WQA), Lisle, IL None                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None
JEFFREY HOFFMAN, USA. Department of Energy, National Testing Laboratories                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Dr. WILLIAM H. JOYCE, CEO Nalco Company, Naperville, IL          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          A new amphoteric ion exchange resin is introduced. The resin ITOU, ALAN SHARP
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GO HONDA, TAKAYUKI TASHIRO, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, Kanagawa-ken, Japan; TSUYOSHI has both a quaterna
                                                                  Kasei                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HIROHISA KUBOTA, TSUYOSHI ITO, JUNJI FUKUDA, MitsubishiNone Corporation, Yokohama, Japan, JOHN UNGAR, Dian
                                           KATSUHIKO YANO, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation Yokohama Research In ho
                                                                 Anion exchange resin, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                         heat stability chemical stability, leach
JUNYA WATANABE, HIROHISA KUBOTA, Novel ion exchange resins with heat and chemical stability, were synthesized.Cente
JAMES T. MCNULTY, Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Electrodeionization (EDI) is electrodeionization, UPW, IC, ion chromatography, trac
                                                                 EDI, a well establishedhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                          technique
JOHN RIVIELLO, Trovion Co., Santa Cruz, CA; ARCHAVA SIRIRAKS, Trovion Pte, Ltd, Singapore for the production of ultra
VADIM MALKOV, PhD., Hach Company, Loveland, CO                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. A. MITCHELL, L. M. KYE, G. A. SMALL, Grace Dearborn, Lake Zurich, Illinois, D. O. VEIL, Air Products and Chemicals, Inc
                                          The kinetics and mechanism of dissolved oxygen PARTEZANA, Westinghouse Ele
                                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KARA PRENTICE, PHILIP BATTAGLIA, ART BYERS, , DEBORAH FARNSWORTH, JONNA reduction by hydrazine and hydro
                                          The nuclear power industry Nalco Company, Pittsburgh, PA; GEORGE PEABODY
                                                                 3D TRASAR, recirculating cooling, tagged polymer, Optimize
                                                                                          North American electricity demand w
ANDREW KERN, Nalco Company, Lenoir City, TN; PETER TEN EYCK,meets 20% of thehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                 None                     Pittsburgh, PA; GEORGE PEABODY
ANDREW KERN, Nalco Company, Lenoir City, TN; PETER TEN EYCK, Nalco Company,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KUMAR SINHA, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD            None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           At Chattanooga, TN, condensate TAYLOR, Ecolochem, Inc., Norfolk, make-up, m
                                                                  Condensate polishing, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                           Deltaflow, ion exchange, VA
GREG BARTLEY, Tennessee Valley Authority,four fossil stations, ROBERT T. polisher throughput increased by 27-37 percent
JIM PINKOWSKI, ABB Alstom Power, Richmond, VA                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rice, J. K.                                                                                h
                                                                  Wastewater Treatment ttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
YUSUF MUSSALLI, Stone & Webster Environmental Technology & Services, Boston, Massachusetts, JOHN PAISIE, Saudi Ar
                                                                  Circular, oil / water separation, Stoke‘s Law, gravity since its
                                            WesTech Engineering, been the standard UT; RICKoil / water separation separati
                                                                                            gravity SZILAGYI, WesTech Engine
TYSON GOLLAHER, PE and JIM WOODS,API Publication 421 has Inc, Salt Lake City, inhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kahier, H. L.                                                     Cooling System Treatment http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
S. P. ULBRICHT, M. D. MORETTI, The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Alliance, Ohio, R. BARRY DOOLEY, Electric Power Rese
                                                                  None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GARY D. BURNS, RICHARD C. NOLAN , JOHN E. CRUTCHFIELD, NUS Operating Services Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsy
JUDITH A. RAWA, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           A new on-line analysis None
                                                                   RICHARD H. TRIBBLE, ChemTreat, Inc., of a multi-compo
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN RICHARDSON, RICHARD E. GEISLER, DALE P. STUART,platform is discussed which details the useAshland, VA, and
SAL ESPOSITO, GE Water And Process Technologies, Trevose, PA                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES C. BELLOWS, KAREN L. WEAVER, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Orlando, Florida, JAMES GALLATIN, Orlando
DALE M. SOPOCY, Sargent & Lundy Engineers, Chicago, Illinois None                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES C. BELLOWS, KAREN L. WEAVER, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Orlando, Florida, JAMES GALLATIN, Orlando
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware                   None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Metal oxide deposits can or transferheat in steam generators and alterMEKO, modi
                                                                  Heat reduce efficiency, methyl ethyl Specialty the surface
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS H. PIKE, Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, Fort Towson, OK, EMERY LANGE, Ashlandketoxime, Chemical Co
S. RONNIE PATE, Southern Company, Atlanta, GA                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           This paper will        many questions about http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                           the water, process use of online IC
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Frazer, H. W.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Boiler Corrosion and Control, Condensate Polishing,Ion Exc
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WALTER G. FLINT, Kewaunee Nuclear Station, Kewaunee, Wisconsin, ROBERT J. MCINTOSH, Anatel Instrument Corporatio
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ELI SALEM, Graver Water Division, Ecodyne Corporation, Union, New Jersey                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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Aker, L. P., Connelley, E. J.                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                       Boiler Corrosion and Control, Ion Exchange
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IVAN VERA, CADAFE, National Electric Company of Venezuela, Carabobo, Venezuela http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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Embshoff, A. C.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                       Clarification and Contact Softening
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F. X. MCGARVEY, Sybron Chemicals Inc., Birmingham, New Jersey          None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kingsbury, A. W., Phillips, E. L.,Kneale, J. S.                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                       Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Filtration
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TEX R. HUGHES, RONALD D. WINDON, Monongahela Power Company, Haywood, West Virginia             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
D. M. MCKEE, The Permutit Company, Silver Spring, Maryland             None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHESTER S. PARKS, Ecodyne/Graver Water Division, Union, NJ None                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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MICHAEL GOTTLIEB, ResinTech, Inc., Cherry Hill, New Jersey, KEN FLEGLE, Energy Systems, Omaha, Nebraska, JIM CHA
Newman, J., Morley, J. B.                                              Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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PHILIP W. RENOUF, The Permutit Company of Australia Pty., Ltd., Sydney, N.S.W, Australia, J. H. SMITH, Portals Water Trea
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CARLTON GRIMM, Montana Power Co., Butte, Montana, JAMES RIOS, Bechtel Power Corp., San Francisco, CA
R. E. MILLARD, Southern California Edison                              None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Apfel, G. Kingsbury, A. W.                                             Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Olejar, L., Willsey, W. B.                                             Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Heitmann, H. G.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                       Filtration, Nuclear Power Water Technology
Laurence, P. S.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                       Boiler Corrosion and Control, Boiler Deposit Control
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L. W. LAMB, Dallas Power & Light Company, Dallas, Texas                None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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MICHAEL O'BRIEN, TERRENCE LATERRA, Ecodyne/Graver Water Division, Union, New Jersey            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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THOMAS M. LARONGE, Thomas M. Laronge, Inc., P.O. Box 4448 Vancouver, Washington                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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MICHAEL G. CASHIN, Central Illinois Public Service Co., Springfield, Illinois                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
OTAKAR JONAS, Jonas, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware                        None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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                                                                        Diamond Shamrock Chemical Company, Redwood City, Ca
DAVID G. DANIELS, M&M Engineering, Austin, TX                          heat recovery steam generator, in Thermal Power Systems
                                              The ASME Research Committee on Water and Steam HRSG, combined cycle, cyc
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Gilwood, M. E.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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                                          Eastlake power stationIntegrated BERNIE MACK, Ionics, Inc.,Watertown, MA
                                                                   draws process water system, hollow An integrated membra
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                                                                   Salisbury, North Carolina
                                                                  None
ANDREW J. KICINSKI, Penn Environmental Consultants, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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                                                                  high temperature, powdered resin
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                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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                                          Common chemical Korea Electric Power Research institute, Taejon, Korea
                                                                  Scale, programs inhibitor, fouling monitor, cooling water tes
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                                                                  None
P. VULLIEZ-SERMET, Rohm & Haas European Laboratories, Valbonne, France                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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                                                                  Wastewater              computer-process design, process m
DEMETRI P. PETRIDES, J. CALANDRANIS, Intelligen,process simulation in designing, evaluating, and optimizing the perform
                                                                  None
JOHN SCHUBERT, Modular Environmental Technologies, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          This paper discusses the water chemistry
PETER J. MILLETT, CHRIS WOOD, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA options that have been developed and im
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LEONARD J. LEFEVRE, Dow Chemical U.S.A., Midland, MichiganNone                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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PRABHAT KUMAR SINHA, ALEXANDER V. SUPERFIN, RONALD P. BOYD, Bechtel Corporation, Gaithersburg, Maryland
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LEE A. DURHAM, Argo Scientific Inc., San Marcos, CA; MARK BOARDMAN, Argo Scientific Ltd., Heriot-Watt University, Edinb
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Moderator: Sam Dilcer, Cyrus Rice Water Consultants, Bradford Woods, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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Moderator; Sam Dilcer, Cyrus Rice Water Consultants, Bradford Woods, Pennsylvania http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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PETER MEYERS and FRANCIS DESILVA, Long life, single-use resins forNJ                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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                                          With the introduction of the newest generation of Energy Saving RO membranes co
RICHARD N. FRANKS, Hydranautics, Oceanside, CA                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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GLENN VICEVIC, Zenon Environmental Systems, Oakville, Ontario, Canada                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID C. AUERSWALD, Southern California Edison, Paramount, None   California             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GARY C. GANZI, U.S. Filter, Lowell, Massachusetts                 None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID C. AUERSWALD, Southern California Edison, Paramount, None   California             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CARLETON P. BOWEN, ICARUS Corporation, Rockville, MD              None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
B. DOOLEY, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California, J. MATHEWS, Duke Power, Charlotte, North Carolina, A.
                                                                  None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. ARTHUR BYERS, W. M. HICKAM, S. L. ANDERSON, Westinghouse Research & Development Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsy
SHARON W. AKIN, Zimmite Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio              None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rice, J. K., Simon, D. E.                                         Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  None
KURT HOCHMULLER, BASF AG, Ludwigshafen/Rhein, Federal Republic of Germany http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Robert Kunin-Consultant, Yardly, Pennsylvania                     None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rice, J. K.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Ion Excha
Applebaum, S. B., Crits, G. J.                                    Ion Exchange           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          Power plants use ammonia (or amines) MD http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JULIUS ISAAC, PE and KUMAR SINHA, PE, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick,for pH control of the condensate/feedwater
                                                                  ammonia, amines, hydrazine, morpholine, cyclohexylamine,
                                          The paper focuses on specific components of Natural Organic Matter (NOM) whos
                                                                  NOM                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STEFAN HUBER, PH.D., DOC-LABOR Dr. Huber, Karlsruhe, Germany Natural Organic Matter Total Organic Carbon Polysacc
Comeaux, R. V., Tyler, C. P.                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                  Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation, Biological
                                              An outsourced Water Treatment Pickering, Ontario, Canada and MICHAEL DEJAK
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RUSSELL HOURIGAN, GABRIEL NICOLAIDES, Ontario Power Generation, Plant featuring down flow micro media filters, reve
                                              Outsourcing of non-core services utilities such wastewater treatment, cost savin
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RICHARD BARTKOWSKI, U.S. Filter Operating Services, Inc., Pittsburgh, PAin water supply,as co-generation projects and ind
                                              ―Water, water         Desalination, evaporation, multistage the world, a growing p
MICHAEL PRESTON, Black & Veatch, Overland Park, KSeverywhere, but nothing to drink." Throughout flash evaporation, mul
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                                               de demonstrated that the electrogeneration of DEREK reagent is an efficient app
ALBERTO ALVAREZ-GALLEGOS, Instituto It is Investigaciones Electricas, Morelos Mexico, Fenton‘s PLETCHER, University of
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SHANE FILER, Honeywell Analytical, Fort Washington, PA; GARRY CRAIG, Eraring Power Station, New South Wales, Austral
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BARRY DOOLEY, EPRI, Palo Alto, California, B. LARKIN, L. WEBB, Black & Veatch, Kansas City, Missouri, F. POCOCK, Con
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BARRY DOOLEY, EPRI, Palo Alto, California, B. LARKIN, L. WEBB, Black & Veatch, Kansas City, Missouri, F. POCOCK, Con
JAMES A. MATTHEWS, Duke Power Company, Charlotte, North Carolina    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GEORGE J. VERIB, Ohio Edison/CMAC, Stow, Ohio, J. E. NEIDHARDT, Ohio Edison, Stratton, Ohio, W. E. ALLMON, Babcoc
BOB PALMER, Detroit Edison, Detroit, Michigan                       None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
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BRUCE L. LIBUTTI, ROBERT KUNIN (Consultant), Graver Chemical Division of the Graver Company, Union, New Jersey, BIL
                                              & Gere from this research showed that ozonation can adversely affect Ph.D., P.E.,
                                                                    Ozone, coagulation, natural organic matter, totalthe removal
                                                                                              CHARLES R. O'MELIA, organic car
WILLIAM C. BECKER, Ph.D., P.E., O'Brien Results Engineers, Inc., Landover, Maryland ,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LEROY RUGG, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania            None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rand, N. P.                                                         Biological Control       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              The operational experience FL
                                                                    ozone, cooling water, cooling successful use of ozone as a s
                                                                                              of the tower
DANIEL J. TIERNEY, Space Gateway Support, Kennedy Space Center, and performancehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD M. AHLGREN, Ahlgren Associates LLC, Waukesha, WI                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ARTHUR J. FREEDMAN, Thomas M. Laronge, Inc., East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, THOMAS M. LARONGE, Thomas M. La
WALTER ZABBAN, Consultant, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              [Published New incomplete]
CARL NEBEL, PCI Ozone Corporation, West Caldwell,paperJersey        None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
G. F. CONNELL, Capital Controls Company, Inc., Colmar, Pennsylvania None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CARL HAZEN, Infilco Degremont, Inc., Hyannis, Mass                  None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. RONY JOEL, SHAUN S. PIERSON, Capital Controls Company,None        Colmar, Pennsylvaniahttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Runyon, C. V.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
                                              An (Canada) Inc., Elora, Ontario, Canada Downflow, inert resin, backwash tank,
                                                                    Packed-Bed, Upflow, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GUY J. MOMMAERTS, Ion Exchange Services objective discussion of the various parameters involved in Packed-Bed Systems
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
THOMAS A. SHAW, SARIANNE RITTENHOUSE, Arizona Public Service Company, Phoenix, Arizona, GEORGE PEABODY, C
WAYNE RICHARDSON, Fluor Daniel Engineering, Irvine, California one  N                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Moderator:Richard Jacobsen, Bechtel BWXT Idaho, Idaho Falls, ID                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Panel Moderator: JAMES ROBINSON, GE Betz, Trevose, PA               None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Panel Moderator: RiICHARD T. JACOBSEN, Bechtel BWXT Idaho, LLC, Idaho Falls, ID http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Boulder, CO
Allan Harvey, Ph.D., National Institute of Standards & Technology, None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Panel Moderator: DEBORAH BLOOM, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL       None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Panel Moderator: MIKE ROOTHAM, Mike Rootham & Associates                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Donworth, R. B.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Boiler Corrosion and Control, Deaeration
Panel Moderator: JAMES ROBINSON, BetzDearborn, Horsham, PA,                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Panel Moderator: DEBORAH BLOOM, Nalco Company, Naperville, IL       None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              The ASME Angleton and None            Panelists: HAROLD CHAGNARD, Dow Chem
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Panel Moderator; Torry Tvedt, Puckorius & Associates, ResearchTX. Technology Committee or Water and Steam in Thermal
Panel Moderator: ROBERT HOLLOWAY, Holloway Associates, Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Panel Moderator - MARK WILSON, BetzDearborn, Horsham, PA                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Wilson, H., Smith, B                                                Ion Exchange             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
YAW C. YANG, J. M. DICKSON, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN E. CADOT, FilmTec Corporation, Minneapolis, Minnesota None                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
WOLFGANG H. HOELL, Karlsruhe Nuclear Research Center, federal Republic of Germany            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRIEDRICH MARTINOLA, Bayer. AG, West Germany                        None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              A 2 nanometer alumina fiber is
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
FRED TEPPER and LEONID KALEDIN, Argonide Corporation, Sanford, FLcombined with a microglass fiber to produce a nonw
                                              It has been observed None                      analyzers provide exactly the same re
JIM SUMMERFIELD, The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, MI that not all particle size http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
L. S. GOLDEN, Purolite International Ltd., Pontyclun, S. Wales, United Kingdom               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              Phosphate use in cooling
                                                                    Indices, scale, phosphate, calcium phosphate, cooling water
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PAUL R. PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, CO systems is extensive and requires knowledge of when de
ROBERT FERGUSON, French Creek Software, Kimberton, PA                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              Silica and magnesium Indices,scale prediction and guidelines forcooling water
PAUL R. PUCKORIUS, Puckorius & Associates, Inc., Evergreen, CO                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    silicate scale, silica, magnesium silicate, control in cooling
                                              The maximum           ppb chlorine measurement; µg/L chlorine determination;amp
                                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD W. PRESLEY, Hach Company, Loveland, Co contamination limit (MCL) for chlorine in cooling water discharges is
                                                                    None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID C. AUERSWALD, FRANCES M. CUTLER, SHAWN S. SIMMONS, Southern California Edison Company, Paramount, C
Dr. ROBERT KUNIN, Consultant, Yardley, Pennsylvania                 None                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID C. AUERSWALD, FRANCES M. CUTLER, SHAWN S. SIMMONS, Southern California Edison Company, Paramount, C
                                                                   None
PETER S. CARTWRIGHT, Cartwright Consulting Co., Minneapolis, Minnesota                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The theory of single-phase flow accelerated corrosion, FAC, is reviewed and illustra
                                                                   Erosion corrosion, flowPlaquemine, LA
                                                                                           assisted corrosion, flow accelerated
TONY TVEDT, Puckorius & Associates, HAROLD CHAGNARD, The Dow Chemical Co., http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Partridge, E. P.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Water Resource Management
Morgan, L. S.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PHILIP W. RENOUF, Waterscience International, Pty. Ltd., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, GORDON DEANS, Electricity
BRUCE TRIPP, Pacific Gas & Electric, Avila Beach, California       None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
PHILIP W. RENOUF, Waterscience International, Pty. Ltd., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, GORDON DEANS, Electricity
                                                                   None
PATRICK SULLIVAN, ALAN YEOMAN, Ciba-Geigy Corporation, Ardsley, New York                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           A University of Florida, Gainesville, Diffusion Driven, Numerical Optimization. wa
                                                                   Desalination, FL         has recently been reported where
JAMES KLAUSNER, YI LI, and RENWEI MEI,diffusion driven desalination (DDD) processhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Achieving optimum       ion exchange demineralizer requires understanding of the d
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TERRENCE HELLER, The Purolite Company, Bala Cynwyd, PAperformance of aresins, resin aging, throughput, leakage, regen
                                           Over the past ten years research at the University of Montana in collaboration withM
                                                                   Ion VARADHARAJANhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                            Materials, Nanoporous Composite
EDWARD ROSENBERG, PH.D., CAROLYN HART, MARK HUGHES,Exchange, ChelatorKAILASAM, JESSE ALLEN, JESSIC
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL PALEOLOGOU, NACEUR JEMAA, Pulp And Paper Research Institute OfCanada, Pointe Clair, QE, Canada
                                           There are a wide        Heat recovery steam generator, water chemistry, corrosion, v
                                                                                          operation today. In addition they can
ANTON BANWEG,, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, IL variety of HRSG designs in http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
DOUGLAS N. RODGERS, HENRY H. ELLIOTT, General Electric Company, San Jose, California      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   Infilco Degremont, Incorporated, Rich
SID WILSON, Champlin Petroleum Company,Corpus Christi, Texas, JOSEPH ZUBACK, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL D. MAYNE, Dow Chemical U.S.A., Freeport, Texas             None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
J.S. GILL, M.A. YORKE, S.L. HOLLINGSHAD, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES L. RABER, 3M Company, St. Paul, Minnesota                    None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The performance of California, SALLIE FISHER, HERMAN HAMANN, Puricons, In
                                                                   Mixed bed, PWR condensate polishing, leaks of varying ma
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DIANA KEELING, Pacific Gas & Electric Company, Avila Beach, PWR condensate polishers faced with saltcondenser leak, ope
JOHN KRISTENSEN, New York Power Authority, Buchanan, New None       York                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           A new gel type cation exchange resin with 14% crosslinkage has been developed f
                                                                   Leachables, high crosslinkage, gel type cation exchange res
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
TAKESHI IZUMI, TOSHI TAKAI, AKIR A MATSUMOTO, TAKAO INO, MASAHIRO HAGIWARA, Ebara Corporation, Fujisauas
                                           We have evaluated high cross-linkage cation http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Leachables, high crosslinkage, gel type for useexchange res
                                                                                            HAGIWARA, EBARA in condensa
TAKESHI IZUMI, TATSUYA DEGUCHI, AKIRA MATSUMOTO, TAKAO INO, MASAHIROexchange resins cationCorporation, T
SALLIE FISHER, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, PA                         None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           With ever increasing demand for Technology http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Research industrial and potable water LTD, Singapore
                                                                                           Singapore PTE it has become absolu
C.H. KRISHNAMURTHI RAO and T. JAYACHANDER, Membrane Organic removal, reclaimed sewage, ultrafiltratio
M.N. RAO, Aquatech International Corporation, Canonsburg, PA                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                           Singapore PTE LTD, Singapore
C.H. KRISHNAMURTHI RAO and T. JAYACHANDER, Membrane Research Technology http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Effective and reliable treatment systems HENSMAN,water treatment, mercury, sel
                                                                   Flue gas desulfurization, FGD Frontier Geosciences, Seattl
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DEREK EGGERT, JOHN RODGERS, JR., Clemson University, Clemson, SC; CARLare needed to mitigate the risks of contam
DIANE MARTINI, Sargent & Lundy, LLC, Chicago, IL                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL C. GOTTLIEB, ResinTech, Inc., Cherry Hill, New JerseyNone                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHRIS MISTRY, JERRY GILILLAND, ANDY KOUTALIDES, Hewlett Packard, CID, Cupertino, California, ROSALIE MANDARO
                                           Previous work has       degassed cation conductivity, cycle chemistry, calculated pH
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID M. GRAY, Mettler-Toledo Thornton, Inc., Bedford, MA focused on major improvements in the accuracy of conductivity
                                           A study on a pilot plant China
                                                                    accomplishing phased municipal sewage/sludge stabilizatio
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GODEFROID BUKURU, JIAN YANG, Tongji University, Shanghai, Municipal sewage, microorganisms, sludge, earthworms, ph
LEE A. LUNDBERG, Veolia Water, Moon Township, PA                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           The measurement of STEVE SHULDER, Baltimore Gas and Electric, Baltimore, T
                                                                   pH, vital to a number of analysis
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SHANE FILER, Honeywell, Fort Washington, PA; MARK JANICK,pH ismeasurement, waterapplications within a power plant. M
                                                                   None
A. C. MCDONALD, B. L. TRACY, Betz Laboratories, Inc., The Woodlands, Texas                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. BANWEG, Babcock & Wilcox Company, Alliance, Ohio                None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
A. C. MCDONALD, B. L. TRACY, Betz Laboratories, Inc., The Woodlands, Texas                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                           Canada, L. G. S. GRAY, B. WIWCHA
PETER R. TREMAINE, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John‘s, Newfoundland, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
                                                                                           Canada, L. G. S. GRAY, B. WIWCHA
PETER R. TREMAINE, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John‘s, Newfoundland, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
                                           Many people FL          Boiler Chemistry, Equilibrium, Hydrolysis
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JAMES BELLOWS, PhD, Siemens Energy, Inc., Orlando,believe that sodium phosphate is considerably safer than sodium hyd
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R. B. DOOLEY, EPRI, Palo Alto, California, L. D. PAUL, B & W Research and Development Division, Alliance, Ohio
JAN STODOLA, Ontario Hydro, Toronto, Ontario, Canada               None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
B. DOOLEY, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California, S. PATERSON, Aptech Engineering Services, Sunnyvale,
                                                                   None
GEORGE J. VERIB, ALAN L. WADDINGHAM, Ohio Edison Company, Stow, Ohio                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Tash, J. A.                                                        Chemical Cleaning      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Pilgrim Station has switched from an ion exchange based technology to Inc., Wate
JOHN MOYLAN, LARRY LOOMIS, Boston Edison Company, Plymouth, Massachusetts, HENRY VALCOUR, Ionics a membran
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DALE E. CAMPION, MPW Industrial Services, Newark, Ohio             None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                           Ltd. Secunda, South Africa, pilot BRAND, Sasol Synthetic Fuels, Secunda, scale b
                                                                   Stripped gas liquor, subsequent application on plant South
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
W. D. SAUNDERS, Sasol Technology (Pty) Extensive research work on C. P.scale andreaction water, oily sewer water, biosyst
BENNETT P. BOFFARDI, Ph.D., Boffardi and Associates, Bethel Park, PA                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BENNETT P. BOFFARDI, Boffardi and Associates, Bethel Park, PA                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CRAIG ZEIEN, CH2M-Hill Company, Bellevue, Washington, WILLIAM SANDERSON, Tower Systems, Inc., Tacoma, Washing
                                                                   None
WINSTON CHOW, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, California                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Sturla, P.                                                         Ion Exchange            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
KEN CHEN, ROBERT D. MOSS, KEN L. OGLE, Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, Tennessee  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BLAIR B. EMORY, UNC Nuclear Industries, Inc., Richland, Washington None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Bresler, S. A., Husseini, F.,Rinne, W., Kreusch, E.                                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Ion Exchange, Public Water Supply
R. J. H. COWLES, Syncrude Canada Ltd., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
L. CIPLIJAUSKAS, B. J. FUHR, J. K. LIU, Syncrude Canada, Ltd., None                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
E. V. MAUGHAN, Krohne Messtechnik GmbH & Co. KG, Duisburg, Germany, G. GERICKE, Eskom Technology Research and
                                              This paper                                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ROBERT BRADLEY, Hydrometrics, Inc., Houston, TX describes the design, development, pilot testing and scale-up of a new p
BRIAN POWERS, The Dow Chemical Company, Kingwood, TX                                       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              UF systems were set up at the seashore at the location of SWRO plant. This paper
                                                                   Ultra filtration; SWRO; http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                           Pretreatment; SDI; Seawater; Desalin
JINGDONG ZHANG, SUNMING GAO, YANWEI LIU , CHANGZHENG LI, CUNSONG YE, HUIMING ZEN, FANG ZHANG, Wu
Schlesinger, H. A., Burns, V. T.                                   Chemical Cleaning       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Gasparini, R.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Boiler Corrosion and Control
                                                                   pre-operational considerable experience in erection and the
                                              Siemens Power Generation (SPG) hascleaning, chemical cleaning,steam cleaning,
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DAVID M. SMYTH, MICHAEL RZIHA and LIAM MCLOUGHLIN, Siemens Power Generation, Erlangen, Germany; and JAMES
                                              Mobile                 systems provide a cost-effective solution to meet deminera
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
R.T. TAYLOR, JR., Ecolochem, Inc., Norfolk, VA water treatmentmobile demineralization, combustion turbines, demineralized
RONALD MADDEN, Res-Kem Corp., Aston, PA                                                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RALPH F. EHERTS, Baltimore Gas & Electric Company, Lusby, Maryland None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RALPH H. EHERTS, Baltimore Gas & Electric, Lusby, Maryland None                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD HETHERINGTON, EPICOR, Inc., Linden, New Jersey None                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Rice, O.                                                                                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Cooling System Treatment, Corrosion Control - General,Pub
JAMES L. DUNN, Resources Conservation Company, Bellevue, WashingtonNone                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL C. SKRIBA, Westinghouse Electric, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Sturla, P.                                                                                 Deaeration,Ion Exchange
                                                                   Condensate Polishing,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Proesch, E. E.                                                                             Ion Exchange
                                                                   Condensate Polishing,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Cole, S. A., Baker, R. J.                                                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Biological Control, Cooling System Treatment,Wastewater T
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KATSUHIKO MOMOZAKI, MAYUMI KIRA, YASUSHI MURANO, MASARU OKAMOTO, FUMIO KAWAMURA, Kurita Water Ind
JASBIR S. GILL, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
AMY M. BOLLINGER, Union Carbide Corp., Bound Brook, New Jersey,    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
STANLEY P. WALKER, Allied Colloids, Inc., Suffolk, Virginia        None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALLEN E. FELTZIN, Hercules, Incorporated, Wilmington, Delaware     None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
Dr. RODERICK A. CAMPBELL, Philip A. Hunt Chemical Corporation, Lincoln, Rhode Island       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kirkconnell, R. W.                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Clarification and Contact Softening
GEORGE M. THORPE, Hercules Inc., Wilmington, Delaware              None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Sexsmith, D. R., Silverstein, R. M.,Savinelli, E. A.               Cooling System Treatmenthttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              Polymers with a noncollapsible, Adsorbents,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                            Amberlite® XAD Resins, BET Surfac
ROBERT ALBRIGHT, PhD, Albright Consulting, Southampton, PA Polymericpermanent pore system are called macroreticular t
BILL ZAVORA, PE, Calgon Carbon Corporation, Santa Fe Springs, CA   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
HOWARD L. SIMPSON, Water Treatment Consultant, Cupertino, California, CHARLES A. SAUER, Duolite International, Inc., R
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRUCE L. LIBUTTI, KURT BOZENMAYER, Graver Chemical, Division of the Graver Company, Union, New Jersey
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
BRUCE L. LIBUTTI, ROBERT D. FORMAN, ROBERT KUNIN, Graver Chemical Company, Union, New Jersey
Olejar, L.                                                                                 Filtration,Ion Exchange
                                                                   Condensate Polishing,http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Miskimen, I. A.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Wastewater Treatment, Water Resource Management
                                                                     Royce                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
MICHAEL A. SADLER, ROY BOLTON, Thompson Kennicott, RollsNone Nuclear Engineering Limited, West Midlands, Englan
                                                                    North
JOHN C. PETERSON, Wright Chemical Corporation, Greensboro, None Carolina                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
DAN M. THOMPSON, Culligan Industrial Water Treatment Division, Chattanooga, Tennessee      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hach, C. C.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Analysis, Control and Monitoring Instrumentation
                                                                   None
ROBERT J. FERGUSON, M. J. SMAS, Apollo Technologies, Whippany, New Jersey                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   None
E. F. KLEN, Northern Indiana Public Service Company, Hammond, Indiana                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KENNETH R. WEISS, THOMAS R. GUENTHER, Black & Veatch, None                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                   Overland Park, Kansas, CLIDE M. FORTE, PHILIP D. LANC
                                                                   None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. FRED WILKES, Consulting Chemical Engineer, Titusville, Florida, RENATO ARAUJO DA SILVA, Aquatec Quimica S.A., Sa
                                                                   None                    Disc America Co., Tuscaloosa, Alaba
YOUNG H. LEE, Culligan International Co., Northbrook, Illinois, ROBERT MORRIS, JVC http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LARRY SIMMONS, Energy Impact Associates, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                              This Naperville, IL  Steam, steam condensate, corrosion measurement, over th
                                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DANIEL M. CICERO, Nalco Chemical Company, paper will survey the practical corrosion measurement tools developedcorrosio
STEVE SHULDER, Baltimore Gas & Electric, Baltimore, MD                                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            Commercial HVAC systems Associates, Inc., East potential sources
                                                                    none                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
IRVIN J. COTTON and ARTHUR J. FREEDMAN, PhD, Arthur Freedmanhave been identified as Stroudsburg, PA of Legionella
                                            Selected notes and procedures
                                                                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GEORGE CRITS, WILLIAM RUNYAN, Idreco USA, Inc., W. Chester, PA in condensate purification are presented to help en
GERALD ALEXANDER, Siemens Water Technologies, La Canada, CA         None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                             Victoria, Australia    Legislation of the statehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             of Victoria, Australia, Risk includes
PETER ROBERTS, Consultant, Melbourne, The unique Legionella Legionella, Victoria, Legislation, Registration,which Managem
Yorkgitis, E. A.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Boiler Corrosion and Control
Hall, R. E.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Boiler Corrosion and Control
                                             Division of Ashland Canada Corp., Ajax, Ontario, on Water generator in Thermal
                                                                    combined cycle, heat recovery steam
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
EDWARD S. BEARDWOOD, Drew Canada The ASME Research and Technology Committee Canada and Steam(HRSG), cle
                                            This                     proprietary computer model and its use to assist in the form
GARY REGGIANI, Betz Dearborn, Horsham, PA paper evaluates aCondensate, computerhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                             model, amine selection
                                                                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J. FRED WILKES, Aquatec Quimica S.A., TitusvilLe, Florida, FLAVIO BIANCHI, MESSIAS C. AMARAL, Aquetec Quimica S.A.
                                                                    None
GREG BACHMAN, JULIE STERLING, DAVE MOYER, U.S. Filter/IWT, Rockford, Illinois http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
RICHARD HETHERINGTON, Epicor, Inc., Linden, New Jersey              None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
M. C. SKRIBA, W. M. ALVINO, Westinghouse Research & Development Center, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
J. R. STAHLBUSH, R. M. STROM, R. G. BYERS, J. B. HENRY, N.None                               Chemical Company, Midland, Michig
                                                                     E. SKELLY, The Dowhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SALLIE A. FISHER, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, Pennsylvania             None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            An on-line fouling monitor was employed to obtain over five million hours of data on
                                                                     Portland, TX; EDWARD S. BEARDWOOD, Ashland Water
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DOUGLAS DEWITT-DICK, Ashland Specialty Chemical Company,Wilson Plot; fouling factor; Hydrothermal Stress Coefficient;
DAVID SCHLOTTENMIER, Bridger Scientific, Sagamore Beach, MA                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DOUGLAS DEWITT-DICK, Ashland Specialty Chemical Company, Portland, TX; EDWARD S. BEARDWOOD, Ashland Water
BILLY D. FELLERS, TU Electric, Glen Rose, Texas, DR. JOSEPH None                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    RAGOSTA, Graver Chemical Company, Glasgow, Delaware
                                                                    None
WILLIAM H. CARLIN, Jr., Rohm and Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Vinso, J. D., Slowey, B. C.                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    Chemical Cleaning, Nuclear Power Water Technology
Engle, J. P., Johnson, R. M.                                        Chemical Cleaning       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            This report outlines previous experiences with heat CEDA, steam generator,
                                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SEAN MACDONALD,CEDA Reactor, Ltd., Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada, BRAD BUECKER,recoveryInc., Lawrence, KSHRS
Hoppe, I. C., Parmley, J. G.                                        Chemical Cleaning       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            As a major boiler manufacturer, Babcock andhttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    solvents, JOHN M. JEVEC, McDermott Technology, Inc., Al
                                                                                             Wilcox Company has provided acid,
KENNETH E. HANSEN, Babcock and Wilcox Company, Barberton, OH and alkaline, boilout, pre-operational, hydrochloricassis
                                                                    None
A. W. FYNSK, R. T. HARRIS, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Delaware          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
CARL E. WISE, Powell Division, The Dow Chemical Company, Jacksonville, Florida              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None
A. W. FYNSK, R. T. HARRIS, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Delaware          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                            none                    none                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SEAN MACDONALD, CEDA Reactor, Ltd. Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada and BRAD BUECKER, Consultant,Lawrence, KS
Duncan, F. R., Fyock, D. H.,Baldwin, L. V., Hopkins, R. D.          Chemical Cleaning       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                    None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN A. TASSIN, Central Louisiana Electric Company, Pineville, Louisiana, W. E. STEVENS, Halliburton Services, Baton Rou
                                            The function Baltimore, Maryland chemical services, cooling water systems, for
                                                                    Specification,          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM E. CHESNEY, Sheppard T. Powell Associates, and structure of the Chemical Services Procurement Specification for
Saunders, D. J.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
McKinney, D. S.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Moore, C. S.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Bloodgood, Don E.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Betz, L. D.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Davis, Raymond                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Cardwell, P. H.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
LaMotte, W. R.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Dick, I. B.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Herndon, L. K.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Hodges, W. W.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Young, C. H.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Beohner, H. L.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Horlacher, G. A.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
McKeown, M. C.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Embshoff, A. C.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Ulmer, R. C., Neat, F.U.                                                                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Adams, R. C.                                                                                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Daugherty, T. H.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Webb, W. L.                                                                                 http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Knowlton, P. H.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Adkins, Selden K.                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Goetz, P. C.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Sussman, S.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Anderson, J. W.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Sussman, S.                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Wilkes, J. F.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Mueller, H. M.                                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Kahler, F. H.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Dobson, J. G.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Wirth, L. R., Rinn, H. W.,Brines, M. E.                                                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Scott, R. K.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Corey, Richard C.                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Campobasso, J. J.                                                                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Adams, R. C.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Powell, S. T.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Young, C. H.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Morgan, L. S.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DeLong, R. F.                                                                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                          PHILIP J. discusses chemical cleaning of the Corporation
                                                                None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SAM HARVEY, Tennessee Valley Authority,This paper BATTAGLIA, Westinghouse ElectricTVA Sequoyah Unit one steam gene
                                                                None
C. WAYNE URION, Delmarva Power & Light Company, Wilmington, Delaware                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Bowman, G. A.                                                   Filtration                http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GEORGE G. KONOPKA, JOSEPH A. BATTAGLIA, JOSEPH W. KORMUTH, Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, P
                                         The Point Lisas seawater desalination facility http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Seawater, Pretreatment, Reverse is the first seawater of Tri
                                                                                          in Trinidad Osmosis, Company Contr
KENNETH IRWIN, PH.D., GE Water & Process Technologies, Trevose, PA and IAN RAMROOP, Desalination Biofoulingrevers
MARK JANICK, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD                                     http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Puckorius, P. R.                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Cooling System Treatment, Corrosion Control - Steel
                                         This paper explores
SIMON GARE, Ecolochem International, Inc., Peterborough, UK methods of pre-treatment for reverse osmosis systems and the
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
KUMAR SINHA, Bechtel Power Corporation, Frederick, MD173                                  http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Darby, W. A., Kivell, W. A.                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Clarification and Contact Softening, Filtration
                                                                None
S. K. CHATTERJEE, V. N. SAHAKARI, Zuari Agro Chemicals Limited, Zuarinagar, Goa, India    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WILLIAM L. TRACE, Calgon Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         This paper discusses None
                                                                MILSTED, Bechtel Limited, m3/h (44,000 gpm), surface sea
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ALLAN L. FARBER, Bechtel Limited, Frederick, MD; ANDREW R.the design of a large, 10,000London, UK; NARESH VERMA,
JAMES D. MAVIS, CH2M HILL, Bellevue, WA                         None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
ARTHUR C. EPSTEIN, The Permutit Co., Paramus, New Jersey None                             http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
ROBERT BAKISH, Fairleigh Dickinson University, Teaneck, New Jersey                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         This paper investigates EMERY LANGE, Drew Industrial Division, Ashland Chemi
                                                                                          utilities polymer, portable water, drip
TOM PIKE, Western Farmers Electric Cooperative, Ft. Towson, OK,the various problems cationic may encounter while trying to
                                                                Turbidity, clarification, http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. F. ASCHOFF, Sargent & Lundy, Arlington Heights, IL           None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
A. W. OBERHOFER, L. M. MAY, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Illinois, L. R. GESS, Nalco Chemical Company, Oak B
RICHARD HETHERINGTON, Epicor, Incorporated, Linden, New Jersey  None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SHAN S. SUNDARAM, Ambi-Design, Inc., Rockford, Illinois, S. ARRINDALE, S. DE LANOI, KAREL P. VAN HAREN, Refineria
                                         The pricing of sea water
                                                                Reverse osmosis, mechanical vapor compression, desalinat
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Dr. IRVING MOCH, JR, I. Moch & Associates, Inc., Wilmington, DE desalination systems by reverse osmosis (RO) and mecha
Fletcher, W. D.                                                                           http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Nuclear Power Water Technology
W. A. KEILBAUGH, T. J. CENTI, C. ELLEN GONTER, C. W. Rice None                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Division, NUS, Corporation, Pittsburgh, PA
                                                                None
SALLIE FISHER, GERARD OTTEN, Puricons, Inc., Berwyn, Pennsylvania                         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                None
DONALD J. SEIGH, Pennsylvania Electric Company, Johnstown, Pennsylvania                   http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
Smith, V. C.                                                                              http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Corrosion Control - General, Ion Exchange,Reverse Osmos
Tarman, J. E., Richards, J. H.                                                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                Wastewater Treatment, Water Reuse
                                                                None
BRIAN J. HOFFMAN, Rohm and Haas Company, Springhouse, Pennsylvania                        http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         Trace concentrations Advanced oxidation processes, hydrogen for sterilization of
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
DIRK-MICHAEL PFENNING, Bayer AG, Leverkusen, Germany and ppm levels of hydrogen peroxide used peroxide, oxygen r
SALLIE FISHER, Puricons, Inc., Malvern, PA                      None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                         New patented methods to monitorNalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Illinois
                                                                Corrosion and control treatment chemicals in cooling water
                                                                                          http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
J.E. HOOTS, Nalco Chemical Company, Naperville, Illinois, S.J. ARMITAGE,inhibitor, fluorescence, online monitoring, online c
                                                                None                      http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
S. J. ELMIGER, J. M. KIBLER, E. D. YOCHHEIM, Babcock & Wilcox, Alliance, Ohio, W. MILLS, Toledo Edison, Toledo, Ohio
Elliott, W. R.                                                         Chemical Cleaning       http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                                                       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHERYL O. MALHIET, Cajun Electric Power Cooperative, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, HENRY BYDALEK, Ebasco Services, Inc.,
                                                                       None
ROGER A. GUTTSCHALL, Belco Pollution Control Corporation, Parsippany, New Jersey http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                               This report explains Electrodeionization, EDI, CEDI, RO/EDI, RO/CEDI, ultrapure
                                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JONATHAN WOOD, JOSEPH GIFFORD, USFilter, Lowell, MA some of the differences between continuous electrodeionizatio
                                               This Naperville, IL     none                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JASBIR S. GILL, PhD, ONDEO Nalco Company, paper presents a new rust cleaning method, which is safe to handle and can b
                                               Zero liquid discharge (ZLD) concentration, crystallization, reverse osmosis, wastew
                                                                         Corporation, Overland becoming commonplace in the powe
                                                                                                 Park, KS
CHARLES H. FRITZ and MICHAEL C. PRESTON, Black & VeatchBrine plant designs arehttp://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
WAYNE C. MICHELETTI, Wayne C. Micheletti, Inc., Charlottesville, VA                            http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
CHARLES H. FRITZ and MICHAEL C. PRESTON, Black & Veatch Corporation, Overland Park, KS         http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
                                               Process selection       Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage, (SAGD), Mechanical of a
                                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
JOHN BENETTI, Jacobs Canada Inc., Calgary, AB, Canada of WTP systems is of paramount importance to the success Vapo
                                                Services (Canada) Inc., Elmira, ON, Canada; utilized to capture
                                                                        have SAC, Regeneration, Waste MYSZCZYSZYN, Canadi
                                                                                               http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
GUY MOMMAERTS, P. Eng., Ion ExchangeConductivity AnalyzersWAC, been successfullyMELONIE Reclaim low conductivity w
                                                                       None                    http://www.eswp.com/water/proceedin
SCOTT MUSSBACHER, Vista Projects, LTD, Calgary, AB, Canada; CAROLINE WILSON MUSSBACHER, P.Eng., EnCana Co
                                                                       None                    http://www.eswp