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Energy and Environment, 1995

ISBN Print: 1-56700-052-5

THREE DIMENSIONAL NUMERICAL MODELING IN WASTE HEAT POLLUTION OF POWER STATION DRAIN

Abstract

The Object of this paper concerns the mathematical model for waste heat discharge from a power plant. The features of the model are: a) three-dimensional, b) nonlinear, c) time-dependent, d) irregular topography, e) driving forces including wind, tide, heat and mass flux, f) prediction of temporal and spatial variation of water surface. The model can serve as a predictive implement and simulation for the waste heat pollution on the receiving water body from a power station or for the site selection of a new designed power station.
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