Corrosion and Fouling Control in Desalination Industry

H.J.G. Polman, Jenner H.A., Bruijs M.C.M. (2020).

Technologies for Biofouling Control and Monitoring in Desalination. In: Saji V., Meroufel A., Sorour A. (eds) Corrosion and Fouling Control in Desalination Industry. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-34284-5_16.

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Finding the biofouling control balance for SWRO plants

H.J.G. Polman, Kanavoutsos M., Attenborough T., Kamal H. Finding the biofouling control balance for SWRO plants, International Desalination Association (IDA) Conference, Dubai 20-24 October 2019.

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Qatargas Pulse-Chlorination system

F. Khan, A. AL-Sulaiti, H.J.G. Polman. Qatargas Pulse-Chlorination® system. Presented at the SPE Middle East Health, Safety, Environmental & Sustainable Development Conference and Exhibition held in Doha, Qatar, 22-24 September 2014. Ref. SPE-170348-MS.

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Cost effective fouling control in (cooling) water intake systems

H.J.G. Polman, Bruijs M.C.M. Cost effective fouling control in (cooling) water intake systems with environmental and operational benefits. International Conference on Desalination, Environment and Marine Outfall Systems held in Muscat, Oman, 13-16 April 2014.

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Impact of biofouling in intake pipes on the hydraulics

H.J.G. Polman, Verhaart F. & Bruijs M.C.M. Impact of biofouling in intake pipes on the hydraulics and efficiency of pumping capacity. Desalination and Water Treatment, DOI:10.1080/19443994.2012.707371.

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Biofouling issue, global implications and solutions

J.A.  González, Polman H.J.G., Venhuis L.P., Bruijs M.C.M., and van Aerssen G. Biofouling issue, global implications and solutions linked to offshore business. Marine & Offshore Renewable Energy, 26 – 27 September 2012, London, UK.

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Heat Exchanger Fouling - Mitigation and Cleaning Technologies

H.J.G. Polman, Bruijs M.C.M., Venhuis L.P., van Dijk S.A. More than 10 year experience with Pulse-Chlorination® dosing regime against macrofouling. Published in 2nd edition Handbook "Heat Exchanger Fouling - Mitigation and Cleaning Technologies" PP-Publico Heat exchanger fouling, mitigation and cleaning technologies pag 240 - 251 (ISBN 3-934736-20-3).

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Optimisation chlorination strategy service water system

H.J.G. Polman., Bruijs, M. C. M., Calneggia F. and Jenner H.A. Optimisation chlorination strategy service water system Verve Energy’s Cockburn and Kwinana power plants. – Presented at the API POWERCHEM 2008 “Power station Chemistry solutions for the 21st century”. May 2008 Australia.

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Best Available Technique in Macrofouling Mitigation Using Chlorine

Polman H.J.G. & Jenner H.A., 2002. Pulse-Chlorination®, the Best Available Technique in Macrofouling Mitigation Using Chlorine. In PowerPlant Chemistry 2002, 4(2), 93-97.

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Ecological conditioning and optimisation of a once-through cooling water system.

Paping L.L.M.J., Jenner H.A., Polman H.J.G., Te Winkel B.H. & De Potter M.R., 1999. Ecological conditioning and optimisation of a once-through cooling water system. Paper presented on 13 April 1999 at the Watersymposium ’99 at Breda, The Netherlands.

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