Buckling of Cooling Towers
The main goal of this study is to provide a clearer basis for judging the succeding safety of wind-loaded cantilever hyperboloidal shells. New predictions for cooling tower buckling are...

A Mini-Computer Approach to Composite Materials

BOD Limit in Synfuel Plants' Cooling Tower Makeup

Water Conservation and Reuse at Coal-Fired Power Plants

Water Requirements of Thermal Power Generation

Alternate Sources of Water for Powerplant Cooling

Saline Cooling Water: Economic Feasibility Analysis

Basic Aspects of Buckling of Cooling-Tower Shells
The equations of the linear buckling theory are given in tensor notation, and the method of their solution is explained for the case of shells of revolution under axisymmetric loading....

Domestic Water Supplies for Power Plant Cooling
A new method, Once Through Conveyor (OTC) for cooling inland thermal power plants is proposed. It involves the diversion of water from an existing domestic supply network through the power...

Mixing Zone Analysis for River Plumes
Steam power plants which utilize once-through cooling, are required to meet certain mixing zone standards for thermal plumes. Once-through cooling occurs when water is withdrawn from a...

Transmission Line Dynamic/Static Structural Testing
A series of full-scale structural static and dynamic tests were erformed to characterize selected properties of a 1200-kV mechanical test line. Prior to the experiment tests, a finite-element...

Efficient Cooling Ponds: Design
The design of cooling ponds for the dissipation of waste heat from steam-electric power plants is considered from the point of view of steady-state performance, and of transient performance....

Post-Buckling Analysis of Guyed Towers
The post-buckling behavior of short towers, supported by a single set of guy wires is investigated. Using the principle of stationary potential energy, a set of non-linear algebraic equations...

Classification and Analysis of Cooling Impoundments: An Assessment Methodology using Fish Standing Crop Data

An Artificial Cooling Pond for the Rio Escondido Coal Fired Power Plant

Heat Loss from Sidearms of Cooling Ponds

Assessment of Hydrothermal Models for Cooling Impoundment Ecosystem Analysis

Predictive Model of Fog Induced by Cooling Pond

Thermal Water Quality in a Stratified Cooling Lake

High Voltage Transmission Line Considerations in Joint Corridor Use Biological Effects and Electrical Compatibility

 

 

 

 

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