Magnetic Field Treatment to Control Scale Growth and Oxygen Scavenger Performance in Mono Ethylene Glycol Regeneration Process
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Magnetic fields application is gaining increased importance in all areas of industry, this includes physical and chemical applications. Even though these have excellent prospects, it is not understood whether magnetic fields treatment can work efficiently at MEG regeneration systems in oil and natural gas industries. Magnetic fields applications, the focus of this study, proposes non-chemical techniques to control scale (CaCO3) formation growth and oxygen contamination after conventional approaches have been exhausted.
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