Title: Fundamentals of Cooling Tower Heat Transfer, presented by Brad Buecker, Kiewit Power Engineers, at Electric Utility Chemistry Workshop, June 7-9, 2011, Champaign, Illinois

Fundamentals of Cooling Tower Heat Transfer Brad Buecker, Kiewit Power Engineers Many power plants and other industrial facilities utilize open recirculating cooling systems equipped with cooling towers for heat transfer from condensers and auxiliary heat exchangers. Cooling towers commonly sit well away from the main plant, and it is often possible to forget about them until something goes awry. This talk outlines the fundamentals of heat transfer in a cooling tower and important issues for maximizing heat exchange.

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  •     Buecker, Brad  -  Kiewit Power Engineers

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  • Kiewit Power Engineers

  • Cooling Tower

  • Cooling


  • Electric Utility Chemistry Workshop


  • 6/7/2011


  • Champaign, IL USA




  • Presentation