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12th Annual North American Waste-to-Energy Conference
The combustion of municipal solid waste in a boiler for power generation produces a very corrosive environment for the boiler tube materials. The environment contains HCI, S02, various metal chlorides and sulfates along with typical combustion products. Due to their low melting points and high vapor pressures, metal chlorides are believed to be primarily responsible for the boiler tube corrosion problems encountered in waste-to-energy (WTE) boilers. Without some sort of corrosion protectiondoi:10.1115/nawtec12-2214 fatcat:vn7qkmnk3behfntb65a7ycuoom