publication . Conference object . 2011

The dry and adiabatic fluid cooler as an alternative to cooling towers: an experimental view.

Lucas Miralles, Manuel; Martínez Beltrán, Pedro Juan; Ruiz Ramírez, Javier; Sánchez Kaiser, Antonio; Zamora Parra, Blas; Viedma Robles, Antonio;
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  • Published: 01 Oct 2011
  • Country: Spain
Energy and environmental implications of a refrigeration cycle are largely conditioned by the choice of condensing system. Conventional solutions transfer heat to water, and recirculated through cooling towers or to atmospheric air through a dry condenser. While the use of cooling towers means less energy consumption due to lower pressure in the condenser, a number of environmental implications are questioning their installation. Mainly, it represents an emission of chemicals or microorganisms to the atmosphere as Legionella. The dry and adiabatic fluid cooler works as a standard fluid dry cooler enhancing the dry cooler’s capacity with adiabatic pre-cooling of ...
free text keywords: Cooling tower, Fluid dry cooler, Adiabatic dry cooler, Thermal performance, Mecánica de Fluidos
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