Considering the fact that the amount of heat lost by power plants is about 1.5 to 3 times the useful work of the turbine, steam turbines need a cooling system to transfer the unusable part of the input energy to the power plant cycle and transfer the heat generated from the hot source to the cold environment. In the cooling process, the main heat absorbent is the atmosphere or large sources of water, which receives the heat directly or through another interface fluid.
Cooling systems are generally divided into dry and wet categories. Dry cooling towers are used in areas without large water resources. Dry cooling towers are classified into two types, direct and indirect.
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