Organo silicon and titanium oxide coatings for mitigation of CaCO3 depositions

Eini Puhakka, Elodie Lecoq

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Abstract

Fouling reduces the thermal efficiency of heat transfer units, and it causes economic losses and has a marked effect on CO2 releases and thus on climate change. In order to improve the energy efficiency, deposition formation (precipitation and crystallization) onto the heat transfer surfaces is going to be mitigated. A way to achieve this goal is the development of new surface materials with controlled chemical composition and morphology. In this study, formation mechanism of CaCO3 depositions was investigated on modified (-CH3 and -COOH) organo silicon (SiOC), and anatase and rutile TiO2 surfaces. The results were compared to those of stainless steel surfaces. Based on the molecular modelling results, anatase and -COOH functionalized SiOC coatings are promising materials for mitigation of fouling caused by CaCO3.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of International Conference on Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning
Pages308-315
Publication statusPublished - 2013
MoE publication typeNot Eligible
EventInternational Conference on Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning X, 2013 - Budapest, Hungary
Duration: 9 Jun 201314 Sep 2013

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning X, 2013
CountryHungary
CityBudapest
Period9/06/1314/09/13

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Titanium oxides
Silicon oxides
Coatings
Fouling
Titanium dioxide
Heat transfer
Molecular modeling
Climate change
Energy efficiency
Stainless steel
Crystallization
Silicon
Economics
Chemical analysis

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Puhakka, E., & Lecoq, E. (2013). Organo silicon and titanium oxide coatings for mitigation of CaCO3 depositions. In Proceedings of International Conference on Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning (pp. 308-315)
Puhakka, Eini ; Lecoq, Elodie. / Organo silicon and titanium oxide coatings for mitigation of CaCO3 depositions. Proceedings of International Conference on Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning. 2013. pp. 308-315
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Organo silicon and titanium oxide coatings for mitigation of CaCO3 depositions. / Puhakka, Eini; Lecoq, Elodie.

Proceedings of International Conference on Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning. 2013. p. 308-315.

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Puhakka E, Lecoq E. Organo silicon and titanium oxide coatings for mitigation of CaCO3 depositions. In Proceedings of International Conference on Heat Exchanger Fouling and Cleaning. 2013. p. 308-315