Artificial Substrate System for Biofouling Studies

by Stuart L. Margrey,
Lawrence H. Liden,
Leonard B. Richardson,
Dennis T. Burton,

Serial Information: Journal of the Environmental Engineering Division, 1979, Vol. 105, Issue 1, Pg. 161-164

Document Type: Journal Paper


The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency regulations governing residual chlorine concentration in estuarine thermal electric generating facility effluents have necessitated evaluations of various chlorine application schedules in order to determine residual chlorine levels that will effectively control biofouling in condenser cooling systems and simultaneously be environmentally acceptable.

Subject Headings: Chlorine | Substrates | Fouling | Federal government | Estuaries | Thermal power | Building insulation | Effluents

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