The Second Biggest Problem with Evaporative Condensers
The Second Biggest Problem with Evaporative Condensers (1985)-To produce full capacity an evaporative condenser requires large quantities of air at the lowest possible entering wet bulb temperature. In this paper we try to provide the necessary guidelines to insure this goal is obtained thus preventing the capacity robbing effects of recirculation of the hot discharge air. No installation will be 100% free, 100% of the time from some small amounts of recirculation; but following these recommendations will provide installations with practical layouts, and trouble-free operation.
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