Wind-tunnel study of chimney downwash at the B.L. England Station of the Atlantic City Electric Company: report
The Atlantic City Electric Company has measured SO2 concentrations, downwind from one of their electrical power generating stations, which occasionally exceed regulatory limitations. The problem (suspected to be plume downwash induced by adjacent buildings) was referred to the Stearns-Roger Engineering Corporation for further study. The study included wind-tunnel simulation, which was subcontracted to Colorado State University. Diffusion tests were subsequently conducted on a 1:300 scale model of the B. L. England Station (a coal and oil fired electrical power generation facility) in the CSU ...
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