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Energy Management Handbook

ISBN-10: 013728098X
ISBN-13: 9780137280988
Edition: 3rd 1997
Authors: Wayne C. Turner
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List price: $130.00
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 10/29/1996
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 400
Size: 9.25" wide x 11.75" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 4.334
Language: English

Introductionp. 1
Backgroundp. 1
The Value of Energy Managementp. 2
The Energy Management Professionp. 3
Some Suggested Principles of Energy Managementp. 4
Effective Energy Managementp. 7
Introductionp. 7
Energy Management Programp. 7
Organizational Structurep. 8
Energy Policyp. 11
Planningp. 11
Audit Planningp. 12
Educational Planningp. 12
Strategic Planningp. 14
Reportingp. 14
Summaryp. 15
Referencesp. 16
Energy Auditingp. 21
Introductionp. 21
Energy Auditing Servicesp. 21
Basic Components of an Energy Auditp. 21
Specialized Audit Toolsp. 30
Industrial Auditsp. 31
Commercial Auditsp. 34
Residential Auditsp. 35
Indoor Air Qualityp. 36
Economic Analysisp. 37
Objectivep. 37
Introductionp. 37
General Characteristics of Capital Investmentsp. 38
Sources of Fundsp. 39
Tax Considerationsp. 40
Time Value of Money Conceptsp. 42
Project Measures of Worthp. 50
Economic Analysisp. 55
Special Problemsp. 61
Summary and Additional Example Applicationsp. 66
Referencesp. 67
Boilers and Fired Systemsp. 85
Introductionp. 85
Analysis of Boilers and Fired Systemsp. 85
Key Elements for Maximum Efficiencyp. 87
Fuel Considerationsp. 114
Direct Contact Technology for Hot Water Productionp. 121
Steam and Condensate Systemsp. 125
Introductionp. 125
Thermal Properties of Steamp. 126
Estimating Steam Usage and its Valuep. 133
Steam Traps and Their Applicationp. 139
Condensate Recoveryp. 147
Summaryp. 154
Cogenerationp. 155
Introductionp. 155
Cogeneration System Design and Analysisp. 157
Computer Programsp. 172
U.S. Cogeneration Legislation: PURPAp. 175
Evaluating Cogeneration Opportunities: Case Examplesp. 177
Referencesp. 186
Waste-Heat Recoveryp. 187
Introductionp. 187
Waste-Heat Surveyp. 195
Waste-Heat Exchangersp. 202
Commercial Options in Waste-Heat-Recovery Equipmentp. 205
Economics of Waste-Heat Recoveryp. 213
Building Envelopep. 215
Introductionp. 215
Principles of Envelope Analysisp. 217
Metal Elements in Envelope Componentsp. 219
Roofsp. 224
Floorsp. 227
Fenestrationp. 229
Infiltrationp. 232
Summarizing Envelope Performance with the Building Load Coefficientp. 234
Thermal "Weight"p. 234
Envelope Analysis for Existing Buildingsp. 234
Envelope Analysis for New Buildingsp. 239
Updated Envelope Standards for New and Existing Constructionp. 240
Summaryp. 241
Additional Readingp. 241
HVAC Systemsp. 243
Introductionp. 243
Surveying Existing Conditionsp. 243
Human Thermal Comfortp. 244
HVAC System Typesp. 245
Energy Conservation Opportunitiesp. 255
Cooling Equipmentp. 265
Domestic Hot Waterp. 268
Estimating HVAC Energy Consumptionp. 268
Electric Energy Managementp. 269
Introductionp. 269
Power Supplyp. 269
Effects of Unbalanced Voltages on the Performance of Motorsp. 270
Effect of Performance-Generalp. 270
Motorp. 271
Glossary of Frequently Occuring Motor Termsp. 271
Power Factorp. 275
Handy Electrical Formulas and Rules of Thumbp. 277
Electric motor Operating Loadsp. 277
Determining Electric Motor Operating Loadsp. 278
Power Meterp. 278
Slip Measurementp. 280
Amperage Readingsp. 280
Electric Motor Efficiencyp. 281
Comparing Motorsp. 286
Sensitivity of Load to Motor RPMp. 286
Theoretical Power Consumptionp. 287
Motor Efficiency Managementp. 289
Motors Are Like Peoplep. 289
Motor Performance Management Processp. 289
How to Start MPMPp. 290
Nameplate Glossaryp. 293
Energy Management Control Systemsp. 311
Energy Management Systemsp. 311
Justification of EMCSsp. 317
Systems Integrationp. 322
EMCS Software Specificationsp. 329
EMCS Installation Requirementsp. 336
The DDC Dictionaryp. 345
EMCS Manufacturers Directoryp. 347
Lightingp. 349
Introductionp. 349
Lighting Fundamentalsp. 349
Lighting Energy Management Stepsp. 363
Maintenancep. 365
New Technologies and Productsp. 366
Special Considerationsp. 369
Daylightingp. 374
Common Retrofitsp. 376
Schematicsp. 380
Summaryp. 380
Energy Systems Maintenancep. 393
Developing the Maintenance Programp. 393
Detailed Maintenance proceduresp. 405
Materials Handling Maintenancep. 414
Truck Operation and Maintenancep. 415
Measuring Instrumentsp. 418
Saving Energy Dollars in Materials Handling and Storagep. 422
Recent Developmentsp. 425
Industrial Insulationp. 429
Fundamentals of Thermal Insulation Design Theoryp. 429
Insulation Materialsp. 431
Insulation Selectionp. 434
Insulation Thickness Determinationp. 440
Insulation Economicsp. 453
Use of Alternative Energyp. 463
Introductionp. 463
Solar Energyp. 463
Wind Energyp. 476
Refuse-Derived Fuelp. 481
Fuel Cellsp. 485
Indoor Air Qualityp. 489
Introduction and Backgroundp. 489
What is the Current Situationp. 491
Solutions and Prevention of IAQ Problemsp. 491
Electric and Gas Utility Rates for Commercial and Industrial Consumersp. 499
Introductionp. 499
Utility Costsp. 499
Rate Structuresp. 500
Innovative Rate Typep. 501
Calculation of a Monthly Billp. 502
Conducting a Load Studyp. 505
Effects of Deregulation on Customer Ratesp. 508
Thermal Energy Storagep. 523
Introductionp. 523
Storage Systemsp. 525
Storage Mediumsp. 527
System Capacityp. 530
Economic Summaryp. 536
Conclusionsp. 538
Codes Standards and Legislationp. 543
The Energy Policy Act of 1992p. 543
State Codesp. 544
Model Energy Codep. 545
Federal Energy Efficiency Requirementsp. 545
Indoor Air Quality Standardsp. 546
Regulations and Standards Impacting CFCsp. 547
Regulatory and Legislative Issues Impacting Air Qualityp. 548
Regulatory and Legislative Issues Impacting Cogeneration and Powerp. 548
Opportunities in the Spot Marketp. 550
The Climatic Change Action Planp. 551
Summaryp. 552
Natural Gas Purchasingp. 553
Prefacep. 553
Introductionp. 554
Natural Gas As A Fuelp. 557
Buying Natural Gasp. 570
New Frontiers for the Gas Industryp. 581
Control Systemsp. 583
Introductionp. 583
The Fundamental Control Loopp. 583
Sensorsp. 584
Controllersp. 586
Controlled Devicesp. 590
HVAC Processesp. 592
Final Conditionsp. 594
Feedbackp. 594
Control Strategiesp. 595
Control of Air Handling Unitsp. 598
Control of Primary Equipmentp. 601
Control of Distribution Systemp. 603
Advanced Technology for Effective Facility Controlp. 604
FMS Featuresp. 608
Summaryp. 613
Energy Security and Reliabilityp. 615
Introductionp. 615
Risk Analysis Methodsp. 618
Countermeasuresp. 625
Economics of Energy Security and Reliabilityp. 627
Links to Energy Managementp. 628
Impact of Utility Deregulationp. 629
Summaryp. 630
Utility Deregulation and Energy System Outsourcingp. 631
Introductionp. 631
An Historical Perspective of the Electric Power Industryp. 631
The Transmission System and The Federal Regulatory Commission's (FERC) Role in Promoting Competition in Wholesale Powerp. 632
Stranded Costsp. 633
Status of State Electric Industry Restructuring Activityp. 633
The Impact of Retail Wheelingp. 634
The Ten-Step Program to Successful Utility Deregulationp. 636
Aggregationp. 637
In-house vs. Outsourcinv Energy Servicesp. 637
Summaryp. 641
Financing Energy Management Projectsp. 643
Introductionp. 643
Financial Arrangements: A Simple Examplep. 643
Financial Arrangements: Details and Terminologyp. 646
Applying Financial Arrangements: A Case Studyp. 647
"Pros" and "Cons" of Each Financial Arrangementp. 658
Characteristics That Influence Which Financial Arrangement Is Bestp. 659
Incorporating Strategic Issues When Selecting Financial Arrangementsp. 660
Chapter Summaryp. 660
Thermal Sciences Reviewp. 665
Conversion Factors and Property Tablesp. 687
Review of Electrical Sciencep. 737
Indexp. 751
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