Tightening regulations for cooling tower water-discharge quality are requiring plant engineers to evaluate enhanced treatment options, sometimes including zero-liquid-discharge systems
Brad Buecker Kiewit Power Engineers
Once-through cooling is no longer an option for most industrial facilities and power plants. This article provides useful engineering recommendations for using cooling towers with air-cooled condensers as a preferred option...
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