This new volume examines practical applications and useful examples for conserving energy and reducing energy costs in commercial, institutional, and industrial plants and facilities. The first part of the book provides an introduction, and the basic scientific principles and economics of energy management. The second part is a clearly written, comprehensive handbook of the most commonly used energy-consuming equipment and system, including: * Steam and Hydronic Boilers * Steam Systems * Hydronic and Pumping Systems * Chillers and Chilled Water Systems * Cooling Towers and Fluid Coolers * Air Distribution and HVAC Systems * Electrical and Lighting Systems * Compressed Air Systems * Refrigeration Systems * Cogeneration Systems * Heat Recovery Systems * Thermal Storage Systems * Control and Energy Management Systems.Reverse return piping schematic. Hydronic ... The chilled water is then circulated by a pump and piping system to heat exchange devices or cooling loads. ... Heating water systems use a boiler or heat exchanger to generate heating hot water.
|Title||:||Practical Guide to Energy Management for Facilities Engineers and Managers|
|Author||:||Thomas E. Mull|
|Publisher||:||American Society of Mechanical Engineers - 2001-01-01|