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Main Title Proceedings of the Conference on Waste Heat Management and Utilization Held at Miami Beach, Florida on May 9-11, 1976. Volume III.
CORP Author National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, DC. ;Miami Univ., Coral Gables, FL. Dept. of Mechanical Engineering.;Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC.;Duke Power Co., Charlotte, NC.
Year Published 1976
Report Number NASA-TM-X-74100-VOL-3;
Stock Number N77-78681/2
Additional Subjects Meetings ; Thermal pollution ; Thermal power plants ; Electric power generation ; Nuclear power plants ; Cooling towers ; Plumes ; Water pollution ; Air pollution ; Climate ; Ecology ; Environmental impacts ; Greenhouses ; Aquaculture ; Space heating ; Sewage treatment ; Management ; Monitoring ; Utilization ; Waste heat ; Waste heat utilization ; Cooling ponds
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NTIS  N77-78681/2 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 620p
Abstract
A partial listing of contents includes: An overview of waste heat utilization research at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory; A simulation of waste heat utilization for greenhouse climate control; The agrotherm research project; Laboratory investigation on some fundamental aspects of thermal plume behavior; Some solutions to thermal problems in the southeastern United States; Decentralized energy conversion for waste heat utilization; Waste heat employment for accelerated rearing of coho salmon; Utilization of waste heat from nuclear power station for community space conditioning; Evaporative cooling power plumes--A review of behavior, predictions, and meteorological effects; Waste heat utilization for dewatering sewage sludge; Waste heat utilization in aquaculture--some futuristic and plausible schemes; Modeling the influence of thermal effluents on ecosystem behavior; State of the art of thermal monitoring programs in the power industry; Evaluation of environmental impact predictions.