Course detailsCourse Description
Cooling water systems remove heat generated from a variety of industrial processes. There are three basic types of cooling water systems: once-through, open recirculating, and closed recirculating cooling water systems. This publication describes water treatment requirements for the most common systems, once-through and open recirculating.
1. TYPES OF COOLING WATER SYSTEMS
2. COOLING TOWER WATER CALCULATIONS
3. OBJECTIVES OF COOLING WATER TREATMENT
4. MICROBIOLOGICAL DEPOSITS AND CONTROL
5. CORROSION IN COOLING SYSTEMS
6. DEVELOPING AN EFFECTIVE COOLING WATER TREATMENT PROGRAM
7. COOLING WATER SYSTEM START-UP AND LAYUP REQUIREMENTS
After completion of this course you will:
Learn about once through cooling water systems;
Learn about open recirculating cooling water systems;
Learn about natural draft, induced draft, and forced draft cooling towers;
Learn what the components of typical cooling towers are and their functions;
Learn about drift eliminators and fill;
Learn about water treatment requirements for enhanced and super-enhanced chiller condenser tubing ;
Learn about the importance of controlling legionella bacteria;
learn the relationship between evaporation, blowdown, and makeup; and
Learn about cycles of concentration and how they are employed in cooling water treatment. Updated on 05 April, 2018
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