〉about cooling tower
A cooling tower is a heat rejection device, which extracts waste heat to the atmosphere
though the cooling of a water stream to a lower temperature. The type of heat rejection
in a cooling tower is termed "evaporative" in that it allows a small portion of
the water being cooled to evaporate into a moving air stream to provide significant
cooling to the rest of that water stream. The heat from the water stream transferred
to the air stream raises the air's temperature and its relative humidity and this
air is discharged to the atmosphere.
We offer our wide range of cooling tower with latest technology to provide energy-efficient
and reliable cooling. Each feature gives maximum benefits to several apparatus and
high quality construction for dependable service and long life.
Type of cooling tower
- Natural draft cooling tower – Parabolic
- Induced draft cooling tower – Cross Flow and Counter Flow
- Forced Draft cooling tower
Our equipment is designed to customer’s preferred combination of efficiency, long-life
expectancy, power saving and respect of local environmental regulations.
〉CFD : cooling tower and fan
Computational Fluid Dynamicscan be applied to a wide range of flow targets. CFD
tools can for example be used to analyse fluid flows, combustion, heat transfer
and multiphase flows for devices or factories. Temperatures and pressures can be
calculated in the model based on known boundary conditions of fluid flows. The Flow
physics and reasons for the flows can be easily traced and visualized in areas where
it is impossible or extremely expensive to take measurements. CFD-simulation is
an extremely cost effective and fast way to check designs before building a prototype
and final product.
Recirculation and interference shoddily affect the performance and capability of
cooling tower and the effect of such environmental airflow movement and impact on
cooling tower thermal performance should be taken care during thermal design. CFD
provide very close and acceptable results over recirculation and interference. Real-time
simulation refers to a computer model of a physical system that can execute at the
same rate as actual.