wet cooling tower

wet cooling tower

[′wet ′kül·iŋ ‚tau̇·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A structure in which water is cooled by atomization into a stream of air; heat is lost through evaporation. Also known as evaporative cooling tower.
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Elsarrag [2] studied experimentally the performance of an induced draft wet cooling tower using ceramic tile packing, or long life burned clay.
Waste heat will be rejected using a combination of fin-fan coolers and wet cooling tower equipment.
Performance prediction of wet cooling tower using artificial neural network under cross-wind conditions, International Journal of Thermal Sciences: 1-7 (2008)
the scope of delivery includes: one system of wet cooling tower with two axial fans and accessories three of the circulation of cooling water pump and a pump for filling the cooling system ; system for water treatment construction design includes: mechanical and technological part instrumentation part civil engineering ; electric power part ;details will be available in ina technical specification in the second stage of the negotiation process.
Jorge and Armando (2000) tested a new closed wet cooling tower for use in chilled ceilings in buildings.
nighttime or off-peak hours, and, thus, the necessity of a wet cooling tower is eliminated, allowing for a substantial reduction in operational effort, water consumption, and cost.
SPIG's product offering includes air-cooled (dry cooling) systems, mechanical draft wet cooling towers and natural draft wet cooling hyperbolic towers.
For a number of markets, the Segment covers an extensive spectrum--including GEA plate heat exchangers, shell and tube heat exchangers, air cooled heat exchangers, air filter systems, synthetic filling media for numerous application areas, wet cooling towers, dry cooling systems, as well as air treatment.