June 2004
ASHRAE Handbook: Heating, Ventilating & Air-Conditioning Systems;2004, p36.1
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Chapter 36 of the book "2004 ASHRAE Handbook: Heating, Ventilating and Air-Conditioning Systems and Equipment" is presented. It discusses the principle of operation and the design conditions of cooling towers. It also points out the different types of cooling towers including the direct-contact or open cooling tower and the closed-circuit cooling tower.


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