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Corrosion engineering digest
The behavior of magnesium based additives injected with fuel into boilers was investigated to prevent corrosion caused by molten ash and sulfuric acid. The MgO and Mg(OH)2 additives injected with fuel into the boilers were exposed to high temperature at the combustion furnace burning zone, and then allowed to pass through the high and low temperature superheaters and economizer before being discharged outside the boiler. The furnace pass through rates of MgO and V2O5 were 45 N 50% and 50-60% ofdoi:10.3323/jcorr1974.34.4_240 fatcat:37ecjox6wbfvnbpsdmibvxje2m