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falling water cascades over various types of fill or media that are specifically designed to slow the water fall rate and thus increase the time that the water is in contact with the air; this increases the evaporative process There are special types of cooling towers that use neither media (fill) or air-moving systems (fans) The largest cooling towers without fans are the hyperbolic towers most often associated with electrical generating plants The most basic categorization of towers is by the method used for air movement through the tower, whether natural or mechanical draft Cooling towers also can be characterized as to whether they are factory assembled or field erected and can be divided into various shapes such as rectilinear, round, or octagonal Some cooling towers are described by their basic material of construction, such as ceramic towers 1111 Cooling tower fans Cooling tower fans, until recently, were always constant speed or twospeed The availability and cost of variable-speed drives has made them economical on many cooling tower installations Some of the operating problems with cooling towers have disappeared with the ability to adjust the fan speed to the actual operating condition This has resulted in more precise control of the leaving water temperature 112 Water Flow Conditions for Cooling Towers A cooling tower has a very specific range of flow that provides acceptable performance This flow range can be only 80 to 100 percent of design flow on most cooling towers Some towers can have their flow ranges extended by the manufacturer making modifications in the cooling tower s water distribution system If the actual flow rate is less or greater than the specified range, operating problems will develop; the water flow through the tower can become nonuniform with uneven airflow It is the responsibility of the designer to ensure that the flow rate of the water system meets the needs of the cooling tower Matching the pump to the cooling tower may compromise other design requirements such as the flow rates required by chiller condensers It must be recognized that this dichotomy exists, and the water system design must satisfy both the flow rate of the using equipment and that of the cooling towers Revelation of this fact has led to the development of a number of different chiller sumps and pumping arrangements that satisfy both the tower and the equipment using the tower water Some of these solutions are provided later in this chapter
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The first information that must be obtained in pumping a tower is to determine the minimum and maximum flow rates required by the using equipment such as chiller condensers In the past, there were simple rules such as 3 gal/min per ton of cooling for an electric chiller This assumed that the heat of rejection included the 12,000 Btu/ton plus 3000 Btu/ton for the chiller compressor and auxiliaries for a total of 15,000 Btu /ton of cooling Today, with improved chiller performance, the water rates are calculated more carefully The flow rates should be checked for the actual chiller or other equipment under consideration at specific design water temperatures such as 95 F return and 85 F sump water temperatures If the heat of rejection from the chiller is expressed in British thermal units per hour at a specific temperature difference, the following equation can be used to compute the water rate Cooling tower flow (gal/min) total heat of rejection (Btu/h) (111) 500 T ( F)
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