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The CTI Journal (ISSN: 0273-3250)

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CTI Journal, Vol. 40, No. 2

Contents Feature Articles 8

Adiabatic Fluid Coolers And Condensers: Impact of Pad System Design on Saturation Efficiency and Unit Operation

20

Underwater Robotic Technology for Online Tower Basin Cleaning

28

Tailoring Scale Prediction Models to a Specific Application: Cooling Water

46

Utilizing New Technology to Provide Comprehensive Asset Management for Cooling Tower Maintenance

50

Reclaim Water for Cooling Tower Makeup; Not as Simple as Perceived

58

High Efficiency Heat Exchanger For Ice Energy Storage and Beyond

62

The Rest Of The Story: You Have Treated Your Cooling Tower - What Can Go Wrong?

Trevor Hegg, Gordon Struder, Jennifer Hamilton, Chad Nagle and Pat Strine

Steven Rydarowski, Joe Leist and Randi Morgan

Robert J Ferguson

Glenn Schaefer and Eric Koehler

Ray Post, P.E., and Brad Buecker

Grady Iliff, Levon Atoyan and Mitchell Ishmael

Adam Green, Esq. and Robert J. Cunningham, Pe

Special Sections

66 CTI Licensed Testing Agencies 67 CTI Sound Testing and Thermal Performance 68-69 CTI ToolKit 72-75 CTI Certified Towers

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Departments 2 2 4 6

Multi Agency Press Release Meeting Calendar View From the Tower Editor’s Corner

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