Dust monitoring for air-cooled heat exchangers in Innamincka geothermal power site

Guan, Zhiqiang, Pluschke, Armin, Roe, Tony, James, Kevin and Gurgenci, Hal (2011). Dust monitoring for air-cooled heat exchangers in Innamincka geothermal power site. In: The 15th IAHR Cooling Tower and Air-cooled Heat Exchanger conference & 2011 Annual Symposium of Industrial Cooling Tower Study Committee of CSEE Thermal Power Chapter Proceedings. 15th IAHR Cooling Tower and Air-cooled Heat Exchanger Conference & 2011 Annual Symposium of Industrial Cooling Tower Study Committee of CSEE Thermal Power Chapter, Beijing, People's Republic of China, (328-334). 23-26 October 2011.

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Author Guan, Zhiqiang
Pluschke, Armin
Roe, Tony
James, Kevin
Gurgenci, Hal
Title of paper Dust monitoring for air-cooled heat exchangers in Innamincka geothermal power site
Conference name 15th IAHR Cooling Tower and Air-cooled Heat Exchanger Conference & 2011 Annual Symposium of Industrial Cooling Tower Study Committee of CSEE Thermal Power Chapter
Conference location Beijing, People's Republic of China
Conference dates 23-26 October 2011
Proceedings title The 15th IAHR Cooling Tower and Air-cooled Heat Exchanger conference & 2011 Annual Symposium of Industrial Cooling Tower Study Committee of CSEE Thermal Power Chapter Proceedings
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Fully published paper
Start page 328
End page 334
Total pages 7
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Proposed geothermal power plants utilizing hot dry rock in Australia are all located in remote areas which are characterised with scarce water and frequent dust storm. Fouling on air-cooled heat exchangers is a major concern for these power plants planning to use dry cooling systems. The paper presents dust monitoring systems installed in the Innamincka geothermal power plant to collect continuous real time dust data for the maintenance planning of the Geodynamics’ power plant and for future research on air-side heat exchanger fouling by Queensland Geothermal Energy Centre of Excellence (QGECE), especially for the fouling study on metal foam heat exchanger.
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Created: Mon, 31 Oct 2011, 11:34:03 EST by Zhiqiang Guan on behalf of School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering