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Study on water temperture superposed impact of cooling water diffusion in the semi enclosed bay
Cooling water from some plant raises the water temperature. It disrupts the water environment balance, and affects the
cooling efficiency of the plant. Therefore, it is important to learn the water environment temperature and predict
temperature rise design outfall for feasibility of project. In the project sea area, there are some outfalls existed, so it is
possible that the water temperature will be higher than the design value of the project and influence water environment
further by the superposed impact of cooling water. In this paper, based on site survey data, the feasibility study are carried
out by mathematic model simulation. The result shows that the byland make the water of two parts in the bay exchange
rarely. The water temperature of CTA intake is below design temperature, and the water temperature of cooling water of
CTA mainly influences about 1 km area that no serious influence to other intakes.
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Article : Hydro-environment
Date Published : 27/08/2015
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