The use of the design curves in Figure 4.19 for determining the number of modules required to dissipate a given heat load is illustrated as follows. Consider a plant with a cooling water flow of . 5 x 106 gpm, a hot water temperature of 100 F, and a condenser cooling range of 15°F.
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