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Utilization of hot exhaust water from power station to marine cultivation to increase product. Hatsudensho onhaisui no suisan zoyoshoku eno riyo

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Abstract

A large quantity of waste sea water, exhausted after having been used as cooling water in the thermal and unclear power stations, is higher by about 7 centigrade in temperature than that when taken in. Its utilization to the marine cultivation to increase product was explained in present status and points of problem. Among aquatic animals to like high temperature, those, valuavle from the viewpoint of fishery, are bred in different places. Upon breeding spawn to fry young fish, there are two methods of using it, ie., as species to be cultivated or let go in the water flow, and for the production of edible fish, high in price, such as sea bream, yellowtail and lobster. In any case, hot exhaust water gives effect of having fish quickly grow, and stimulating spawn and fry young fish in sexual ripeness. For example, ear shell and prawn are 5 to 6 times in elongation of shell length and 9 times even in weight, respectively, as large as those in case of natural sea water. While there are problems in costing required for pumping hot exhaust water up in the cultivation on land, and temperature adjustment in summer and winter, and water quality  More>>
Authors:
Chiba, K [1] 
  1. The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan). Faculty of Agriculture
Publication Date:
Jul 20, 1990
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
NEDO-90-950330; EDB-91-010490
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Enerugi Rebyu; (Japan); Journal Volume: 115
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; FISHERIES; ANIMAL GROWTH; AQUATIC ORGANISMS; RIPENING; TEMPERATURE CONTROL; THERMOPHILIC CONDITIONS; WASTE HEAT UTILIZATION; WATER QUALITY; THERMAL EFFLUENTS; THERMAL POWER PLANTS; CONTROL; ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY; GROWTH; POWER PLANTS; WASTE PRODUCT UTILIZATION; 320300* - Energy Conservation, Consumption, & Utilization- Industrial & Agricultural Processes; 320304 - Energy Conservation, Consumption, & Utilization- Industrial & Agricultural Processes- Waste Heat Recovery & Utilization
OSTI ID:
6460069
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0289-2804; CODEN: EREBE
Submitting Site:
NEDO
Size:
Pages: 40-46
Announcement Date:
Jan 15, 1991

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Chiba, K. Utilization of hot exhaust water from power station to marine cultivation to increase product. Hatsudensho onhaisui no suisan zoyoshoku eno riyo. Japan: N. p., 1990. Web.
Chiba, K. Utilization of hot exhaust water from power station to marine cultivation to increase product. Hatsudensho onhaisui no suisan zoyoshoku eno riyo. Japan.
Chiba, K. 1990. "Utilization of hot exhaust water from power station to marine cultivation to increase product. Hatsudensho onhaisui no suisan zoyoshoku eno riyo." Japan.
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title = {Utilization of hot exhaust water from power station to marine cultivation to increase product. Hatsudensho onhaisui no suisan zoyoshoku eno riyo}
author = {Chiba, K}
abstractNote = {A large quantity of waste sea water, exhausted after having been used as cooling water in the thermal and unclear power stations, is higher by about 7 centigrade in temperature than that when taken in. Its utilization to the marine cultivation to increase product was explained in present status and points of problem. Among aquatic animals to like high temperature, those, valuavle from the viewpoint of fishery, are bred in different places. Upon breeding spawn to fry young fish, there are two methods of using it, ie., as species to be cultivated or let go in the water flow, and for the production of edible fish, high in price, such as sea bream, yellowtail and lobster. In any case, hot exhaust water gives effect of having fish quickly grow, and stimulating spawn and fry young fish in sexual ripeness. For example, ear shell and prawn are 5 to 6 times in elongation of shell length and 9 times even in weight, respectively, as large as those in case of natural sea water. While there are problems in costing required for pumping hot exhaust water up in the cultivation on land, and temperature adjustment in summer and winter, and water quality control in the crawl cultivation at the water takeout, which must be going to be solved for the commercialization and industrialization. 10 figs., 1 tab.}
journal = {Enerugi Rebyu; (Japan)}
volume = {115}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Japan}
year = {1990}
month = {Jul}
}