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Air Cooled Condenser

The air-cooled condenser (ACC) condenses steam from the turbine exhaust duct with finned coils that exchange heat to ambient air. Using an ACC for the plant heat sink avoids the demand for large amounts of water in a surface type condenser. Vacuum pumps draw noncondensable gases off the top of each set of tube bundles.



Turbine Exhaust Flow: 967,699 lb/hr
Operating Pressure: 3 psia
Design Pressure: 7.5 psig
Fan HP: 3600


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