The PowerPlant Chemistry® journal has become the PPCHEM® journal.
In July 1999 – more than 25 years ago – the first issue of the PowerPlant Chemistry® journal was published. Since then the journal has become established as an international scientific and technical journal for users in the entire power generation market. Water treatment and cycle chemistry are not only challenges in power generation but also in all industrial processes where water or steam is being used. The PPCHEM® journal wants to serve all users who are involved in efforts to increase the reliability, availability, economic viability, and the operational and environmental safety of these processes.
Download a pdf file with an overview of all articles (incl. title, authors and abstracts) published from 1999 until today:
Back Issues & Individual Articles
Back issues may be ordered from the PPCHEM® journal: most print issues of PPCHEM® journal are still available; however, the number of copies available is very limited. We serve our customers on a first come, first served basis.
Individual articles may also be ordered from the PPCHEM® journal. These articles are available in digital form by e-mail at an extra charge.
We want you to get a better impression of the various contents of our journal. For this reason, you will find some of the many exciting articles published in the PPCHEM® journal below. The free articles change every now and then, so make sure to check back regularly.
You may download the following articles for free:
Hints from the Experts: Considerations for the Control of the Dosing of Trisodium Phosphate (Na3PO4) in Boiler Water
Hints from the Experts: How IAPWS-IF97 can be used to optimize the so-called “Cleaning Force Ratio” during the steam cleaning of power plants
PPCHEM 101: The Economic Benefits and Goals of Power Plant Chemistry
Fank Udo Leidich and Michael Rziha
IAPWS Technical Guidance on Power Cycle Chemistry Monitoring and Control for Frequently Cycling and Fast-Starting of HRSGs
Barry Dooley, Michael Rziha and Paul McCann
Corrosion and Deposits in Water-Cooled Generator Stator Windings: Overview of Water Cooling of Generators
Robert Svoboda and Wolf-Dietrich Blecken