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24-09-2019

Re: Discharge ports, meters per second, cubic meters per second.

Thank you for the message dated the 12/09/2019 in reply to my post dated 05/08/2019 and the information on where the meetings were being held, and am still waiting for the reply to my last post. I decided not to attend for the reasons of what I experienced at your last meetings. No one would answer my questions, the lack of people that could answer my questions, the people there telling me to see someone else because it was not in their realm of expertise left me believing you don't know the an ...
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05-08-2019

Re: Discharge ports, meters per second, cubic meters per second.

Sorry this has been a long delay in my response and it was not trying to show you how we have to wait it was because I was away and just got back. My response is in Blueyou wrote. The six ports discharge horizontally at a velocity of 5.4 m/s (or 10.5 knots). As you observe, this is a high velocity and thus, there will be rapid mixing between the high velocity jets of discharged seawater and the ambient seawater. As the discharge is horizontal, at 2 m below the water surface, and not vertical, ...
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25-06-2019

Re: Discharge ports, meters per second, cubic meters per second.

Hi Russell, it is an interesting point you have raised. The Sommers recycle plant supplies just over 300 million litres per year for about 24 customers to reuse. How much AGL would need on top of that would have to be determined and have a back up storage container tank for evaporation and emergency in case of line breakage. The problem for AGL is that has not been a proposal, they chose the cheaper version and would delay the project if they altered it now.
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19-06-2019

Re: Discharge ports, meters per second, cubic meters per second.

Russell, you will probably find AGL will either not reply or take many weeks to do so.The enormous amount of water needed to heat the gas in enormous, 450 million L per day or 18 million L an hour. The amount of water passing through the system could be a burden on our freshwater supplies and the cost of reheating this water would be a major task. It will be interesting to see what AGL say in their reply to you. I am still waiting for any form of reply to my pulling apart their response to my pr ...
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