Temperature and pressure effects on non-metallic lining schemes

CIM Bulletin, Vol. 72, No. 809, 1979
WERNERW. SCHOLZ, Acalor Chemical Construction (Canada) Ltd., Weston, Ontario
Abstract A corrosion-resistant lining is, quite often, selected on the merits of its corrosion resistance only. This paper demonstrates the effects of temperature, pressure, weather, design aspects and variances of physical properties within the scope of the generic designation of a corrosion-resistant material or materials. The base for the study is a rubber- and brick-lined steel vessel, with unchanged chemical conditions. Graphs and sketches illustrate the various effects of physical influences on the selected lining specifications.
Keywords: Hydrometallurgy, Corrosion, Linings, Rubber linings, Brick linings, Heat gradients, Stress distributions, Thermal expansion.
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