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... with deaerated feedwater to the normal levels
· Contact your water treatment company for the chemicals needed to condition the water
· An alternative would be using a nitrogen blanket throughout the entire boiler. Make sure the vents are closed and that the nitrogen pressure is greater than atmospheric pressure.
... dune like grain fields. Crossing the storebelt bridge was fun. Our car, Helga, shows astonishing Talent in carrying us. She's really worth much more than the 350€ we paid for her. I guess at least twice that amount. She even has A/C! Only the rest of our technology fails us: the action cam keeps running out of battery after very short times - and ...
Slow start, scrambled eggs for Sunday brekkie. Drove across country to Kolding. Denmark so far is all flat! We saw several deer in Farmer Bob's field, nibbling the best new shoots of his crop.
Kolding has a most interesting castle, Koldinghus. The building dates originally from 1268, but many fires and other catastrophes had caused several rebuilds. A wonderful royal residence was almost burnt to the ground in 1808, ...
Our first weekend in Denmark!
We spent our Friday night having our welcome dinner at our professor's apartment and getting to experience open-faced sandwiches--the food staple of Denmark. I wasn't totally impressed, but I did hear that some of the sandwiches were better than others, so I'll try again.
Saturday, a group of us decided to go see an event called Sculptures by the Sea. It's an event that takes place during the month of June, ...
... the second largest city, and principal port of Denmark. The first thing we did was go to Den Gamle By, which is an open-air village museum built in 1914. The village consists of 75 historical buildings collected from 20 townships throughout Denmark. We wandered around the cobble stoned roads and peered through windows and walked in and out of various buildings. It was like walking through a time zone and interacting with the workers in ...