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Use of Reclaimed Wastewater in District Cooling and Power Generation 

10-16-2017 13:26

Summary

The utilization of reclaimed wastewater is becoming more common as the district cooling and power generation industry reduces its dependence on fresh water for steam generation and cooling applications.  The utilization of this water source can present unique system design, treatment and operational requirements that need to be identified and addressed at the initial project design, through start-up and into steady state operation.  Case study -1 will address the issues encountered when using reclaimed wastewater in a large simple cycle peaking power plant in California.  Case study-2 will address the issues encountered when using reclaimed wastewater in a large CHP/district cooling system in Texas.

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Gary Engstrom, US Water


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Gary Engstrom, US Water