2 edition of Modeling and optimization of thermal pollution control systems found in the catalog.
Modeling and optimization of thermal pollution control systems
C. L. Hwang
|Statement||by C. L. Hwang.|
|Series||Kansas Water Resources Research Institute. Contribution, no. 103, Contribution (Kansas Water Resources Research Institute) ;, no. 103.|
|Contributions||Kansas Water Resources Research Institute., United States. Office of Water Resources Research.|
|LC Classifications||TD427.H4 H95|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||73620573|
In this paper, the numerical studies of thermal pollution of the Irtysh River as a natural water cooling system from the power plant operation were presented. And studies were conducted to study thermal pollution under different scenarios, the impact of the heated water discharge from a power plant into the Irtysh : Alibek Issakhov, Yeldos Zhandaulet. EPA/ September NOMOGRAPHS FOR THERMAL POLLUTION CONTROL SYSTEMS By Charles L. Jedlicka Project HKK Program Element 1BB Project Officer Dr. Bruce A. Tichenor National Environmental Research Center U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Corvallis, Oregon Prepared for OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL .
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