Published: Nov 1995
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Intake Structure: An intake structure is a structure through which source water for cooling water systems enters or flows into a power generation facility. Coarse and fine screens are placed within the intake structure to filter debris out of the source water. After passing through the screens, water is pumped out of the intake structure and delivered through piping systems to the main steam condenser and heat exchangers.