British Corrosion Journal | VOL. 9
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4th International Symposium on Fresh Water from the Sea: A Summary of Contributions Relating to Materials for Desalination Plants

Publication Date Jan 1, 1974

Abstract

AbstractThe symposium, organised by the Working Party on Fresh Water from the Sea, of the European Federation of Chemical Engineering, in co-operation with DECHEMA and the Institution of Chemical Engineers, took place at Heidelberg from 9th to 14th September, 1973. Two hundred and ten papers from 34 countries were presented, but as it was impossible to cover three parallel technical sessions at the conference, this account deals mainly with those papers relating to materials of construction and principally those used in distillation processes.

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European Federation Of Chemical Engineering Fresh Water Distillation Processes Parallel Sessions Institution Of Engineers Materials For Plants Technical Sessions European Federation Materials Of Construction Desalination Plants

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