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Nevertheless, the two are clearly closely related. IGA/IGSCC varies greatly with height of the tube support plate in recirculating steam generators, being much more prevalent at the lower levels where the temperature difference between the primary and secondary fluids is greatest. This is clearly strong evidence for the importance of impurity hideout, which increases as a function of the available superheat on the secondary side. Broached tube support plates minimize the extent of the narrow gap between the tube and its support plate and hence substantially reduce the tendency for impurity hideout in such locations.
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