Ppt on bagasse cogeneration plant

Porto, September 23 rd, 2009 Ricardo Cavalcanti Furtado Environmental Planning Manager Empresa de Pesquisa Energética Biomass for Energy Generation: Environmental.

Balance. EPE, 2008 Energy in Brazil – Energy Sources Share Source: National Energy Balance. EPE, 2008 Ethanol Bagasse Straw Cogeneration Vehicles Charcoal consumed by blast furnaces. Transmission Lines Planned System - 2017Existing System Biomass Biomass participation in the / in the Life Cycle of sugarcane ethanol = 8.1 The bagasse cogeneration ensures the energy self- consumption (power, mechanic and thermal) in the sugar/ethanol plants The power excess can be sold for the Interconnected System (Auctions/


Mercados de Carbono y Amenazas a la Soberanía de los Pueblos Universidad Politécnica Salesiana 29 Junio 2010.

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AIT Critical aspects in PDD: meeting CDM Criterion Sudhir Sharma Asian Institute of Technology Bangkok, Thailand 23 rd March 2004.

grid boundary that is influenced by project needs to defined – the system boundary –Let us say, project requires excess bagasse, sourced from sister concern – that too should be part of boundary for evaluation – the project boundary AIT 2 nd/CDM-PDD presents a series of information regarding the issue in the context of the specific plants under consideration. 2.Define the steps for additionality analysis Cogeneration Project NM0030 (B) - The methodology repeats the steps prescribed by EB for additionality /


SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REGULATION AND POLICY-MAKING FOR AFRICA Module 8 Renewable Energy Module 8: IMPACT OF POWER SECTOR REFORM OPTIONS ON RENEWABLES.

and planned IPP investments are using renewable energy-based electricity generation options such as hydro, wind, bagasse-based cogeneration and geothermal Still IPPs offer good opportunities to stimulate renewable energy and reinforce renewable energy policies SUSTAINABLE / are not required to go through the otherwise rigorous standard licensing procedure –In Uganda, electricity generation plants not exceeding 0.5 MW only require registration with the Electricity Regulatory Authority (Republic of Uganda, /


SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REGULATION AND POLICY-MAKING FOR AFRICA Module 2 Introduction Module 2: THE ENERGY SECTOR IN AFRICA.

REGULATION AND POLICY-MAKING FOR AFRICA Module 2 Renewable Energy: Biomass (2) Cogeneration is the simultaneous production of electricity and process heat from a single dynamic plant Large Scale - Cogeneration Various forms of biomass can be used to fuel the plant including bagasse, waste from paper pulp, palm wood and rice husks Cogeneration offers opportunities for generating electricity and process heat with limited capital investments, while/


Bioenergy Energy Systems A truly green car. In Other News... The new town of Destiny (south of Yeehaw Junction, FL) will grow various biocrops to evaluate.

free food and housing for you available should you grow it anyway! 040315 13.3.1 Biofarms: Bagasse (processed cane) The stalks of the sugar cane are squeezed to get the juice out to make sugar The wet fibrous residue is /completely to burn only biomass 060306http://www.energysystems.com.au/pages/biomass_cogeneration.htm 13.3.1.1 Example: Forest Waste Prairie Woods Cogeneration Plant at Prairie Woods Oregon burns sawmill waste called “hog fuel” Operates under PURPA to produce 450 psi steam Fuel units are/


Combined Heat and Power Generation in Jamaica’s Sugar Cane Industry Niconor Reece Sugar Industry Research Institute Manchester, Jamaica.

capacities, and oil use of sugar mills currently operating in Jamaica. The Sugar Industry in Jamaica Typical factory CHP cogenerates 20 kwh/tonne cane and 400-500kg steam/tonne cane. The Industry is heavily dependent on oil due to poor/in the development of varieties to increase cane fiber yields through genetic improvement. This could increase fiber in bagasse to co-generation plants and consequently increase power out-put, possibly eliminating the need for auxiliary fuel. Present Problems and Future /


Biomass Cogeneration Technology in India (INDO-ASEAN Co-operation in Renewable Energy Workshop, November 5, 2012) S C. Natu Sr. Vice President (Power.

HP / MP / LP steam, cooling water, DM water & compressed air piping Fire fighting Technology Status, Bagasse Cogeneration in Sugar Mills (contd.) Heat Balance Diagram – Season (20 MW Cogen Power Plant) Technology Status, Bagasse Cogeneration in Sugar Mills (contd.) Heat Balance Diagram – Off Season (20 MW Cogen Power Plant) Technology Status, Bagasse Cogeneration in Sugar Mills (contd.) Extra high pressure boiler (87 kg/cm2 pressure & 110 kg/cm2 pressure/


Notes on Involved Energy in Cane Sugar Processing

shows high thermal (steam) demand for processing , while its demand of mechanical energy is low, allowing high cogeneration. SUGAR AND ETHANOL PRODUCTION 9 ton of cane 1.0 ton sugar 2.5 ton bagasse 2.0 ton cane wastes 300 kg final molasses 15 ton of cane 1.0 m3 ethanol 4.0 / or com mertial tests. May be ready in ten years. Combined Cycle Economy Operation plus maintennance cost of a hydroelectric plant in Brazil is of the order of US $0.001/kw-h, while capital cost US$ 0.06/kw-h In a conventional fossil fuel/


S YSTEM T HINKING Ramachandra L Associate Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering B. V. Bhoomaraddi College of Engineering and Technology Hubli.

or agricultural waste (either anaerobically digested or gasified), are used. These substances which serve as fuels for cogeneration schemes, increases the cost-effectiveness and reduces the need for waste disposal. Large cost savings, providing additional/ sugarcane for crushing, Use of excess bagasse for power generation in a cogeneration plant. The decision making regarding the capacity of the cogeneration plant is dependent on the availability of surplus bagasse. Refining of the brown sugar to white/


S YSTEM T HINKING Ramachandra L Associate Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering B. V. Bhoomaraddi College of Engineering and Technology Hubli.

or agricultural waste (either anaerobically digested or gasified), are used. These substances which serve as fuels for cogeneration schemes, increases the cost-effectiveness and reduces the need for waste disposal. Large cost savings, providing additional/ sugarcane for crushing, Use of excess bagasse for power generation in a cogeneration plant. The decision making regarding the capacity of the cogeneration plant is dependent on the availability of surplus bagasse. Refining of the brown sugar to white/


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Sugar Industries Co-generation in Sugar Industries  To produce both electricity and process heat using the same fuel, bagasse  Now a days, trigeneration, by which electricity, heating and cooling are achieved through burring the same amount of/ biogas plants 5.Feasibility study (Bankable Standard) of Khulna city solid waste for electricity generation 6.Feasibility study (Bankable Standard) for co-generation in sugar industries 7.CDM Project Design Document (PDD) for Joipurhat bagasse cogeneration project /


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taps & showers Commercial: Design, heating & cooling, ‘sleep’ modes, refrigeration, lighting Industrial: Cogeneration, electric motors, boilers, kilns, heat pumps, design of systems, industrial processes MEDIUM ENERGY EFFICIENCY / 2 t/ha @ 35% thermal efficiency generates 39 TWh/year. BAGASSE & ‘TRASH’ FROM SUGAR CANE Dixon & Bullock (2003) find potential/for bioenergy on land cleared before 1990. Pay farmers grants for planting trees to limit dryland salinity, erosion, etc. Introduce bioenergy crop/


Renewable Energy Developments in India MINISTRY OF NEW AND RENEWABLE ENERGY Government of India.

Installations world-wide  5 th largest Wind installed capacity world-wide  2 nd largest number of installed Biogas plants  6 million decentralized systems in use  Renewable is the second largest source of power generation after thermal. / th Plan :500 MW. (2012-17) Strategy:  Promotion of small capacity biomass projects with biomass linkage and captive plantations. Bagasse Cogeneration 27 Potential:5000 MW Achievement : 2337 MW 11 th Plan Target/ Achievement: 1200 MW/ 1369 MW (2007-12) Deployment target/


Thailand’s experiences in the power sector Chuenchom Sangarasri Greacen Chris Greacen, Ph.D. Palang Thai International Seminar on Dams and Sustainable.

TOTAL4,324 Source: Black and Veatch (2000). Final Report: Thailand Biomass-Based Power Generation and Cogeneration Within Small Rural Industries. Bangkok, NEPO; NEPO/DANCED (1998). Investigation of Pricing Incentive in a Renewable Energy Strategy -- Main report. Bangkok. Bagasse figure from interview with interview with Sirisak Tatong, power plant manager at Mitr Phol sugar factory. Biogas from interviews with biogas developers Technology is available/


RENEWABLE ENERGY RESOURCES

. potential (MW) Potential Harnessed 1 Wind Power 45195 10242 2 Small Hydro Up to (25 MW) 15000 2430 3 Cogeneration (Bagasse) 5000 1049 4 Gasifiers 16000 243 5 Waste to energy (Urban & industrial) 2700 59 6 S.P.V. 50/fertiliser Anaerobic Digestion- bacterial action Family size plants 2m3/day Community Size plants 12- 150 m3/day Rs 12-14000 for a 2m3 unit Cooking, Electricity, running engine Commissioned till March 31, 2005 Potential for Bagasse-based Cogeneration in Major Sugar Producing States in India /


Case Study Slides Biomass Ambassadors: These slides contain photos and basic information from the Wood to Energy case studies. You can adapt them to meet.

Competition for wood was a challenge Co-firing with Wood and Sugarcane Waste 75 Megawatt plant in western Palm Beach County, Florida Okeelanta Cogeneration Facility, owned by the Florida Crystals Company (produces sugar) Fuel in sugar season  2/3 bagasse (sugarcane waste)  1/3 wood Fuel out of sugar season  1/3 bagasse  2/3 wood Wood wastes purchased from urban areas Wood storage/


Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Chapter 16.

in Industry (1)  30% or world’s and 38% of US energy consumption  Cogeneration or combined heat and power (CHP) (capturing waste heat  steam) Recycling materials  Uses / 45% of cars run on residue grown on 1% of arable land Bagasse (sugarcane residue) has a net energy yield favorable to gasoline  United States: ethanol from/Decentralized Power System Fig. 16-32, p. 431 Small solar-cell power plants Bioenergy power plants Wind farm Fuel cells Rooftop solar-cell arrays Solar-cell rooftop systems Transmission and/


Grid-tied decentralized power generation: experience from Thailand and Tanzania Chris Greacen Palang Thai AEPF 9 17 October 2012 Vientienne, Lao.

3 x 1 MW gas generators Korat Waste to Energy – biogas … an early Thai VSPP project Rice husk-fired power plant 9.8 MW Roi Et, Thailand Feb 2007 Thailand VSPP Status 18 MW online June 2008 Thailand VSPP Status June 2009 Thailand/ hydropower project Mawengi village, Njombe, Tanzania Micro- hydropower TPC, Moshi 17.5 MW – selling 4 MW to main grid Cogeneration Sugarcane bagasse 43 Mwenga 4 MW hydro expected to serve 1000 customers by Feb 2013 Summary Access to grid Feed-in tariffs Low cost financing/


PAYBACK: Ensuring delivery of CERs 4th February, British Embassy, Tokyo Dr Euan Low.

collaboration with all parties Phase 3: Construction monitoring – on-going – Local support team 15 Biomass plant, Eastern Europe Biomass cogeneration project fired on forestry waste, steam used for district heating – 200ktCO 2/yr Client: Carbon Investor Scope/, Thailand: Technical, commercial and CDM feasibility study Bagasse-fired CHP Plant, Belize : Technical, commercial and CDM feasibility study Bagasse and wood-chip and bamboo-fired CHP Plant, Ecuador : Technical, commercial and CDM feasibility study/


Biomass energy systems Renewable energy from biomass direct burning.

,01 Wood (air dried, dry zone)1515,6037264,321,08 Wood (oven dry)020,0047775,541,39 Bagasse (wet)508,2019592,270,57 Bagasse (dry)1316,2038694,491,12 Wheat straw1215,2036304,211,05 Maize stalk1214,7035114,071,02 Maize cobs1115,4036784,/ turns and electricity is produced. –Most of the worlds biomass power plants use direct combustion. –In some cases, the steam from the plants is also used to heat water and buildings (cogeneration or CHP combined heat and power facilities). –Limited thermal efficiency: electric/


Clean Energy Project Analysis Course © Minister of Natural Resources Canada 2001 – 2005. Combined Heat and Power Project Analysis Photo Credit: Warren.

Credit: Andrew Carlin, Tracy Operators/NREL PIX Biomass Fired Power Plant, USA © Minister of Natural Resources Canada 2001 – 2005. CHP/ called “Cogeneration”) Simultaneous production of two or more types of usable energy from a single energy source (also called “Cogeneration”) Use /Renewable fuels Renewable fuels  Wood residue  Biogas  Agricultural byproducts  Purpose-grown crops, etc.  Bagasse  Landfill gas (LFG) Geothermal energy Geothermal energy Hydrogen, etc. Hydrogen, etc. Photo Credit: Joel /


Ijaz Hossain Chemical Engineering Department, BUET

both public and private sector industries) New Urea fertilizer plants Sugar mills (cogeneration plant efficiency improvement) Steel re-rolling mills efficiency improvement Brick making – Higher efficiency kilns Industrial cogeneration for captive generators Boiler efficiency improvement Commercial Sector Solar /than 40 years old, and use very low pressure boilers for electricity generation State-of-the-art bagasse boilers are operating at 82 bar, whereas boilers under BSFIC are operating at 11 bar Each mill /


Clean Energy Project Analysis Course Status of Clean Energy Technologies © Minister of Natural Resources Canada 2001 – 2004. Passive Solar Home Photo Credit:

(also called “Cogeneration”) Simultaneous production of two or more types of usable energy from a single energy source (also called “Cogeneration”) © Minister of/ fuels  Wood residue  Landfill gas (LFG)  Biogas  Agricultural bi-products  Bagasse  Purpose-grown crops  Etc Fossil fuels Fossil fuels  Natural gas  Diesel  Etc/Resources Canada 2001 – 2004. Biomass Heating Technology & Applications Wood Chipping Heating Plant Single Buildings and/or District Heating Photo Credit: Wiseloger, Art DOE/NREL /


Bioethanol in Brazil – a norwegian experience BNCC 4 November 2008.

Sao Paulo > 60% of production Sugar mills in Brazil are becoming power/electricity self-sufficient –Re-use of bagasse new power source for electricty supply Industry developed over the last 30 years –Continual technological improvements COMPANY PRESENTATION 16 /WORKS 2 Capacity expansion of Production Works 2 with 0.7M tons crushing capacity to 3,6 million tons COGENERATION PLANT Cogeneration plant with excess output capacity up to 284,000 Mwh CONSOLIDATED CAPACITY 3.6M tons / annum crushing capacity 298/


Sustainability in the Manufacturing and Service Sectors Investment Opportunities Framework and Technical Services Department Support Capability Garth Hedley.

recovered Financial results:  Annual cost savings $150 k water & effluent, + energy Pulp and paper making Plant expansion  new fiber obtained from waste paper Sustainability Projects  managed plantations  black liquor combustion  zero-emissions goal  cogeneration based on waste bagasse Benefits.  sustainable raw material supply  reduced energy costs  management of bagasse waste Hot-rolled Steel Features:  continuous casting  first hot rolling  induction oven  further rolling Benefits/


Contribution to Sustainable Development Japan’s Policy on CDM Shinichi Iioka CDM Program Manager Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (Minisitry.

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SUSTAINABLE ENERGY Unit 2. Conventional Energy Sources.

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Biofuels as a business Ministry of Development, Industry and Foreign Trade - Brazil.

Agriculture technology generation to production materials for renewable fuels. Technologies for ethanol and biodiesel production. Cogeneration Energy Products, Services and Brazilian Technology Available Ethanol production in the world with Brazilian technology New/ and Equipment for cutting, loading and transportation “ Turn-Key” Plants Sugar & Ethanol Plants Ethanol Distilleries Energy co-generation using bagass Biodiesel Plants Consulting and follow-up of all process of the productive chain Professional/


International sugarcane biomass utilisation consortium Mount Edgecombe, South Africa July 11 2006 Status report-Australia Graeme Bullock CRC-Sugar Industry.

(Sugar Research and Innovation) Farmacule BioIndustries Pty Ltd Current biomass utilisation in the Australian sugar industry 1. Cogeneration of renewable electricity for the public grid 5 new/recent facilities from 20-60MWe 2 under construction or / poor return on capital invested Current biomass utilisation in the Australian sugar industry 2. Stockfeed production Alkali/steam treated bagasse: one small plant (30,000 tpy max) Whole-cane harvesting for stockfeed (“Cow- candy”) : option pursued by a group /


“Sustainable Bioenergy: Challenges and Opportunities” Suani Teixeira Coelho São Paulo State Secretariat for the Environment Deputy Secretary

varieties of sugarcane for different types of soil –Use of renewable energy source in the process (only sugarcane bagasse for cogeneration) –Favorable energy balance 8-10:1 GHG emissions from different types of ethanol sources Sources: Macedo et/ use strictly controlled: preserving riparian forests and other natural ecosystems and avoiding deforestation;  Industrial sugarcane and ethanol plants have their atmospheric emissions controlled;  Spill offs and other accidents are rare and of low impact; Social /


Www.biogas-india.com Indian Biogas Association (iba) Enhancing renewable energy sector and its manufacturing sector as per global standard - an outlook.

Biomass (non-bagasse) Cogeneration 531.8 Bio-gas based energy system 3.77 Biomass Gasifiers (Rural) 2.49 Biomass Gasifiers (industrial) 147.2 Source: MNRE Bagasse based cogeneration 2648.4 In addition to this, 47.4 lacs family size biogas plants also exist!/ needed Promotion of organic crops is lacking Different approach is needed for small, medium and large scale biogas plant promotion Supply chain management is to be streamlined www.biogas-india.com Challenges Finance Bio-fertilizer production, management/


An Implementation Guide for Regulators and Policymakers Presented by Bernard Tenenbaum and Chris Greacen USAID E3 Energy Division Seminar Washington, DC—March.

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What in The World? Energy & Climate Change in Argentina Global Energy & Climate Change UCLA Conference Center at Lake Arrowhead October 22-24 Lucila Serra.

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Jamaica’s Energy Sector: Present Status and Future Perspective Raymond M. Wright Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica June 28, 2005.

Price (US cents per Kwh) Wind speed m/s Biomass - Jamaica Intention to pursue cogeneration in the sugar industry from bagasse, supply grid electricity. Use of bioethanol in transport fuels, reaching approximately 10% of /plant of 40 million gallons will be commissioned in July, 2005, as a joint venture with Coimex of Brazil. Ethanol Ethanol will become the major product of a renewed Jamaican sugar cane industry. The sugar industry would then produce sugar, molasses, rum, ethanol and electricity from bagasse/


Carbon Finance at the World Bank Workshop on CDM and Africa Jinja, Uganda, 11 November 2005 Andrea Pinna.

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Tanzanias Small Power Producer (SPP) Program IFC Investment Climate Infrastructure Workshop on Small Power Producers Chris Greacen Consultant, World Bank.

10 TPC, Moshi 17.5 MW – selling 3-4 MW to main grid Cogeneration Sugarcane bagasse 11 TPC, Moshi 17.5 MW – selling 4 MW to main grid Cogeneration Sugarcane bagasse 12 Mini-gridMain grid RetailCase 1Case 3 Wholesale to utility Case 2Case 4 Regulatory /Selling 1 MW (2010) TPC Co- Generation 15BagasseMain (Case 1)In operation. Contracted to Sell up to 9 MWe to TANESCO Katani Power Plant 0.3Biomass – Waste New Isolated (Case 4) In Operation – Pilot, not connected to network Mwenga – Mufindi Tea 4HydroCases 1 & 3/


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MW Biomass Power & Gasification 1,286 MW Bagasse Cogeneration 2,513 MW Waste to Power 99 MW OFF-GRID/ CAPTIVE POWER (CAPACITIES IN MWEQ) Waste to Energy 120 MW Biomass(non-bagasse) Cogeneration 517 MW (Source: Ministry of New /to ease the strain on the present transmission and distribution system . Develop waste-to-power - Biofuel and Biogas power plants Engage States, industrial companies, utility companies, and other stakeholders to accelerate the Renewable Energy investment PROPOSED ACTION PLAN Establish/


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9.514.61,54012.80% Khon Kaen Sugar Power Plant 30.032.21,07210.30% Mungcharoen Green Power - 9.9 MW Rice Husk Fired Power Plant Project 9.919.31,954 14.61% (Equity IRR) Phu Khieo Bio-Energy Cogeneration project (PKBC) 41.049.01,1957.66% Power/ Prospect 9.9MW Rice Husk Power Plant 9.921.42,16412.63% Surat Thani Biomass Power Generation Project in Thailand 8.925.72,891n/a Fuel price risk Fuel price risk (cont’d) Bagasse price (US$/tonne) /


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THE BRAZILIAN EXPERIENCE WITH ETHANOL Ricardo de Gusmão Dornelles Director – Renewable Fuels Department Ministry of Mines and Energy José Nilton de Souza.

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many projects unprofitable because high cost of biomass. Communities protesting some biomass power plants. – Now no EIS required if <10 MW  Many 9.9 MW plants. – EIS should be required for smaller plants too if pollution is a concern. Mainly huge projects (e.g. solar / for English versions of regulations, and model PPAs TPC, Moshi 17.5 MW – selling 4 MW to main grid Cogeneration Sugarcane bagasse 32 Mwenga 4 MW hydro electricity to 1000 households in 15 villages & sells to the grid Summary Access to grid /


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/hydrogen syngasFischer Tropsch 33  Examples: Agricultural wastes: corn stover, sugar cane bagasse, wheat straw, rice straw bagasse Urban/Industrial wastes: wood, pulp, paper, MSW fluff, RDF, sewage sludge/; scale-down version of a coal- or gas-fired electrical utility plant Stream turbine systems  Gas Turbine generator systems: use gaseous or liquid/used in landfill gas recovery systems Internal combustion engine systems  Cogeneration systems: generation of both thermal and electrical power; limited /


Prospects of creating a CDM project pipeline in the Philippines 3 rd Asian Regional Workshop on CD4CDM 23 rd March 2004 Siem Reap, Cambodia.

.5 MW  Estimated emission reduction potential of 76,218 tCO 2 e annually POTENTIAL CDM PROJECTS Talisay Cogeneration Plant  Proposed cogeneration plant to utilize waste product of sugar cane  Host facility is First Farmers Holding Corporation (FFHC)  / Estimated emission reduction potential 54,457 to 133,466 tCO 2 e annually POTENTIAL CDM PROJECTS Victorias Bagasse Cogeneration  Proposed cogeneration plant to utilize waste product of sugar cane  To be located at the Victorias Milling facility  /


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Arul Joe Mathias B.E., M.Engg., MBA Dr. Balasankari B.E., M.Engg., Ph.D Trends in Biomass Power Generation in Asia and Opportunities for Global Equipment.

Rise in multi-fuel plant designs (high cost and demand for fuel) – Improvised combustion technologies – Several new approaches in power plant implementation www.rcogenasia.com INTRODUCTION Trends in Biomass Power Generation www.rcogenasia.com Bagasse, palm shell, palm /WASTE POWER GENERATION/COGENERATION www.rcogenasia.com For a 10 MW power plant : water requirement is around 1,600 m 3 /day In many countries, – difficult to implement power plant projects using conventional water cooled plant design – /


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