CTIAC

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CTIACConcrete Technology Information Analysis Center (US DoD)
CTIACCombustion Turbine Inlet Air Cooling (gas turbines)
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Under peak cooling load requirements, the central air-conditioning system capacity is used for the main central paint booths and for combustion turbine inlet air cooling. However, under reduced cooling load periods at the central paint booths (which last for most of the year except the monsoon period as described), the central cooling capacities, based on the thermal storage system, are extended to the bumper paint booth (with a peak cooling load of 200 ton (703 kW), which is to be met by air-cooled chillers if a central chilled water source is not available) and air-conditioning for offices where ten 20 ton air-cooled packaged air-conditioning units have now been installed with chilled water cooling coils on the return air duct connections.