The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 57 (1979) > Issues > Issue 6 > Discussion on Large Cooling Towers - the Present Trend by M. Diver and A.C. Paterson
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Discussion on Large Cooling Towers - the Present Trend by M. Diver and A.C. Paterson

Mr. A. C. Paterson: As the demand for cooling water for power generation and for industrial and chemical processes grew towards the end of the last century, a point was reached when there were no longer sufficient supplies from rivers and lakes, and it had to be accepted that the same water would have to be used over and over again.