cooling tower


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a cooling system used in industry to cool hot water (by partial evaporation) before reusing it as a coolant

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Our cooling tower was old, the wood was rotting and falling apart and its three pumps had to run all the time to provide needed cooling," he said.
The capital cost of an adiabatic cooler and its first 25 years' worth of water is said to be still considerably less than just the first year of water consumption on a cooling tower.
Fortunately, many of New York's leading owners already have cooling tower maintenance schedules in place, recognizing that insuring that this vital equipment is kept at peak performance is both important to the public health and good business practice.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global cooling towers market to grow at a CAGR of 5.
ICS has successfully completed cooling tower projects for TTCL and TEC in multiple countries and this multimillion dollar award represents the company's largest single-site cooling tower to date.
Together, the motor and drive combination delivers precise fan control without the need for a gearbox, even under low load or speed conditions often experienced in cooling tower applications.
Drift Eliminators- Drift eliminators are designed to reduce the amount of water discharged from the airstream of the cooling tower (see Figure 4 next page).
Here, we develop a model of the dry cooling tower of the Shazand- Arak power plant and investigate the distribution of velocity and pressure in the pharynx of the tower by using wind tunnel and also we improve its performance using wind breaking walls.
The towers, which rise to 202m, are two metres taller than the current biggest cooling towers of Niederaussem in Germany.
Any business that is running a dodgy cooling tower could be prosecuted - and rightly.
We are in discussion with the local authority on plans for the removal of the other cooling towers and are hopeful that we will be able to move ahead with further demolition in the near future.
In the cooling tower system control, a sequence controller is used to control the number of cooling towers in operation and also to control which cooling tower is in operation.
The aim here is to compare both the direct once-through seawater cooling system with a seawater cooling tower system from a technical, commercial and environmental perspective.
Magistrates in Merthyr Tydfil ordered the firm to pay a fine of pounds 600 and costs of pounds 8,577, and also banned it from using the cooling tower until safety controls were introduced.
Due to collection of physical process of vaporization and ablation of drop moisture an air flow cumulative losses of recirculated water in such systems according to (noHOMapeHKo, ApeqbteB 1998) compounds 4% of a cooling tower.