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EFFECTIVE USE OF RECYCLED WATER IN COOLING TOWERS WITH NEW GREEN TECHNOLOGY

@inproceedings{Walters2009EFFECTIVEUO,
  title={EFFECTIVE USE OF RECYCLED WATER IN COOLING TOWERS WITH NEW GREEN TECHNOLOGY},
  author={J. K. Walters},
  year={2009}
}
Use of recycled water in cooling towers presents a unique challenge with conflicting goals and characteristics. Ideally, cooling towers evaporate water resulting in two to six cycles of concentration of minerals before a significant portion (17-50%) of the water must typically be discharged to waste treatment plants. The cycles of concentration (COC) varies based on the concentration of minerals which cause scale and corrosion of metals. Recycled water has the added negative characteristic of… 

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