2 edition of Anomalous snowfall caused by natural-draft cooling towers found in the catalog.
Anomalous snowfall caused by natural-draft cooling towers
Lloyd Randall Koenig
|Statement||L. Randall Koenig.|
|Series||A Rand note ; N-1479-DOE|
|Contributions||United States. Dept. of Energy|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Koenig, Lloyd Randall, Anomalous snowfall caused by natural-draft cooling towers. Santa Monica, CA. Snow accumulations up to centimeters have been found on the ground at extended distances from the cooling towers, and visibility has been restricted to less than meters in the tower plume.
Some reports of snowfall from fog during the UK winter of /09 Anomalous snowfall caused by Natural-Draft cooling towers.
cubic meter in the vicinity of the plume for production of such. In this case, 16 the density of the heated plume would be equal to the 17 density of the 32«5° F. ambient lake water at the point 13 where the temperature of the thermal plume had been reduced 19 to 46,1° F, However, sinking of the thermal plume did not 20 occur until the temperature of the plume had been reduced 21 by mixing and cooling to.
Andrew L. Molthan, Brian A. Colle, Sandra E. Yuter and David Stark, Comparisons of Modeled and Observed Reflectivities and Fall Speeds for Snowfall of Varied Riming Degrees during Winter Storms on Long Island, New York, Monthly Weather Review, /MWR-D.
Five: Highly visible vapor plumes rising from cooling towers in cold weather can be a hazard to nearby roads or airports as well as aesthetically unpleasant to some viewers. Six: Aesthetic impact of the towers themselves, especially if they are the tall, natural draft type, which can be undesirable in a scenic area.
Many sites have several stacks that are close enough to each other that visual observations prove that the plumes indeed merge. The reduced entrainment and increased buoyancy of the merged plumes may increase plume rise significantly.
Examples of multiple sources are mechanical-draft cooling towers or lines of power-plant stacks. A cooling tower is shown in the plan layout in Fig.
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Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts" See other formats. convective adjustment model (Manabe et a"!., ), and (3) a mixed-layer model developed by Randall and Arakawa.
Both the level closure model and the mixed-layer model produced more realistic simulations than did the forecast with convective adjustment, which showed excessive cooling in the lowest m.
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