How To Develop Cooling Tower Life Cycle Cost Analysis: The Final Step!

How To Develop Cooling Tower Life Cycle Cost Analysis: The Final Step!

So far in this series, you’ve learned how to incorporate all of the essential data into your cooling tower life cycle analysis  -- everything from operational hours at part load conditions to suggested outdoor wet bulb design points. You’ve done most of the heavy lifting. Now it is up to the vendor to…

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How To Develop Cooling Tower Life Cycle Cost Analysis: Defining Dry Bulb, Wet Bulb, and Approach

How To Develop Cooling Tower Life Cycle Cost Analysis: Defining Dry Bulb, Wet Bulb, and Approach

In our last blog we suggested incorporating IPLV (Integrated Part Load Values) into your cooling tower lifecycle cost analysis. Next, we need to fill in wet bulb temperatures that correspond with the part load conditions we’ve identified and already added to our lifecycle worksheet. …

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How To Develop Cooling Tower Life Cycle Cost Analysis: Filling In The Blanks

How To Develop Cooling Tower Life Cycle Cost Analysis:  Filling In The Blanks

It is important that engineers be able to compare cooling towers (brands and configurations) in terms of both equipment and life cycle cost.  Just as important, that comparison needs to be based on realistic operating parameters.  At JMP we’ve developed a method that lets engineers…

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How To Develop Cooling Tower Life Cycle Cost Analysis: Introduction

How To Develop Cooling Tower Life Cycle Cost Analysis: Introduction

Cooling towers cost money. Cooling towers save money. In between those two statements lies a host of variables that must be evaluated in order for the engineer to make an informed decision on behalf of…

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