May 2019

Water Management

Selection of cooling water system for gas, petroleum and petrochemical plants located on coastline—Part 2

The main options for the cooling water systems of gas, petroleum and petrochemical plants located on coastlines are studied here, and alternatives are compared with the consideration of several technical and economic parameters.

Safamirzaei, M., Namvaran P&T

The main options for the cooling water systems of gas, petroleum and petrochemical plants located on coastlines are studied here, and alternatives are compared with the consideration of several technical and economic parameters. Many calculations have been carried out for numerous cases. The results of these calculations are provided as user-friendly graphs to help managers, engineers and researchers quickly select the proper cooling water system at the early stage of a project. The performance data shown in the graphs have been checked against several existing industrial projects and are in good agreement. Since relative costs have been used to compare different options, the results of th

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