The construction of the Donald C. Cook Power Plant on the southeast shore
of Lake Michigan will result in a significant increase in the total generating
capacity of the American Electric Power Service Corporation (AEP).
The design of the condensate drain system, which drains condensate from
the cross-under piping connecting the high-pressure turbine exhaust to the
Moisture Separator-Reheater (MSR) and from the MSR unit, is shown in AEP's
Drawing No. MSK-82771
Model Study of Donald C. Cook Power Plant Condensate Drain System.
St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory.
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