Experimental characterization of the thermal behaviour of a "improved inverted cooling tower". Póster
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AuthorPascual Hernández, Rubén; Navarro Cobacho, Pedro; Ruiz Ramírez, Javier; Lucas Miralles, Manuel; Hernández Jiménez, Mónica; [et al.]
Knowledge AreaMecánica de Fluidos
Bibliographic CitationPascual, R. & Navarro, P. & Ruiz, Javier & Lucas, Manuel & Hernández, Mónica & Martínez, Pedro Juan & Martínez, Pedro & Viedma, Antonio & Kaiser, Antonio S. (2019). Experimental characterization of the thermal behaviour of an "improved inverted cooling tower". First Colloqium of the Spanish Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Society (SATMS2019), Madrid, 28-29 marzo, 2019. Póster.
Computational fluid dynamics (CFD)
Cooling towers, among other equipments, could have an important atmospheric impact, becoming a source of pollutants or biological agents. One of these risks is related to the emission of droplets to the atmosphere. These droplets can be a vector for the dispersion of pollutants and infectious agents. The most important, due to its frequency and importance of the outbreaks, is Legionella. In this work, it is presented a new design of mechanical draft cooling tower that limits the emission of droplets to the exterior and prevents the dispersion of Legionela bacteria.