Geosynthetics: The solution for managing nuclear power generation water supply in an arid environment

October 1st, 2013 / By: / Containment, Feature

By Chris Eichelberger, Gerald Hersh, and Shabbir Pittawala 1.0 Introduction The Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station is located 55 miles west of downtown Phoenix and is the largest power producer of any kind in the United States. Its three units are capable of generating more than 4,000 megawatts of electricity. The facility provides power to […]

 

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