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    Author(s): Peter W. Hart; Alan W. Rudie
    Date: 2005
    Source: Proceedings of the 2005 TAPPI Engineering, Pulping & Environmental Conference : 2005 August 28-31, Philadelphia, PA : Sessions 24-56 : presentations, book 2. Norcross, Ga. : TAPPI Press, c2005: ISBN: 1595100954: [9] pages.
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    This paper will present several successful case studies where scale has been eliminated in mills including calcium carbonate scale in a white liquor strainer, calcium oxalate scale in the D0 stage, enzymatic treatment of brown stock to eliminate oxalate scale, and control of barium sulfate scale.

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    Hart, Peter W.; Rudie, Alan W. 2005. Application of fundamental principles to mineral scale reduction : case studies. Proceedings of the 2005 TAPPI Engineering, Pulping & Environmental Conference : 2005 August 28-31, Philadelphia, PA : Sessions 24-56 : presentations, book 2. Norcross, Ga. : TAPPI Press, c2005: ISBN: 1595100954: [9] pages.

    Keywords

    Incrustations, pulp mills, solubility, barium sulfate, enzymes, calcium carbonate, pulping, bleaching, calcium oxalate, case studies, digesters, pulp and paper processes, white liquor, chemical precipitation, scale

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