Simulation of cooling-water discharges from power plants.
J. E. Edinger Associates, Inc. 37 West Avenue, Wayne, PA 19087-3226, USA.
- Published Article
Journal of environmental management
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2001
Accurate simulation of the temperature distribution in a cooling lake or reservoir is often required for feasibility studies of engineering options that increase the cooling capacity of the waterbody. A three-dimensional hydrodynamic and temperature model has been developed and applied to several cooling lakes in the south-eastern United States. In this paper, the details of the modeling system are presented, along with the application to the Flint Creek Lake.
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