Cooling towers are an integral part of power and chemical plants. Their primary function is to reject heat into the atmosphere as a relatively inexpensive and dependable means of removing low-grade heat from cooling water. Cooling towers are characteristically tall, large, lightweight structures that are very sensitive to wind loads that can pose some problems to structural design. The design however, is not without purpose. This article demonstrates its capability to accurately simulate complex multi-physics processes that occur in wet cooling tower plume.