Subject: Why does water used in Electicity generating plants need to be cooled?
Date: Wed Apr 30 21:37:53 2003
Posted by Mark Lohrey
Grade level: teacher/prof
School: Montmorency Secondary College
City: Lower Plenty State/Province: Victoria
Area of science: Physics
I was wondering what the reason was for cooling the water used in electricity plants rather than
re-heating and reusing to reduce energy loss. It seems silly to cool water down in one place while
heating it in another but I am sure there is a logical reason for this process, I just can't find it
Re: Why does water used in Electicity generating plants need to be cooled?
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