A Preliminary Design, Economic and Energy Analysis, and Environmental Impact Assessment for a Seawater Cooling Project Naval Security Group Facilities at Winter Harbor, Maine. Supplement 1. Bottom Temperature Measurements in Prospect Harbor. Supplement 2. Biofouling and Its Prevention in Prospect Harbor.
TRACOR MARINE PORT EVERGLADES FL OCEAN TECHNOLOGY DIV
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Maximum seawater temperatures were measured on the bottom of Prospect Harbor which adjoins the Corea, ME, detachment of NSGA Winter Harbor, ME, from July to October at two water depths. At a water depth of 45 feet the average temperature reached 50 F near the end of July and remained above 50 F until the end of the measurements in October. Higher temperature transients exceeding 53 F occurred in August and early September for several hours the highest of these was 55.8 F. At a water depth of 20 feet the temperatures were several degrees higher until early September, when the temperatures at the shallower location closely followed those of the deeper. It was concluded regarding the NSGA Winter Harbor seawater air conditioning AC system that 1 enhancement is required during the hottest weather, 2 reduction in the heat gain is desirable, and 3 the seawater intake should be at the deeper location 45-50 feet.
- Air Conditioning, Heating, Lighting and Ventilating
- Fission Reactor Materials