Information Technology for Energy Managers

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Barney L. Capehart
The Fairmont Press, Inc., Jan 1, 2004 - Architecture - 426 pages
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Capehart (industrial and systems engineering, University of Florida) teaches energy managers basic concepts and principles of information technology (IT) and shows them how to purchase, install, and operate complex, Web-based energy information and control systems. The book addresses concepts the typical energy or facility manager might need.
 

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Contents

Overview of WebBased Energy Information and Energy Control Systems
17
The Technological Benefits of Modern Webbased Energy
39
Data Collection and Data Input for EIS and ECS Systems
87
Energy and Facility Data Processing Analysis and Decision Making
129
Chapter 17 Some Methods of Statistical Analysis for EIS Information Signals
183
Network Security for EIS and ECS Systems
195
Chapter 18 Introduction to Network Security
197
An Overview
213
Integration and Communication Technology Issues in Implementing EIS and ECS Systems
311
Chapter 26 BACS Industry Shaped by Standardization and Information Technology
313
Chapter 27 BCS Integration TechnologiesOpen Communications Networking
321
the Keys to Open Interoperable Building Control Systems
345
Chapter 29 RealTime System Integration
351
Web Based EIS and ECS Applications and Case Studies
357
Chapter 30 Specifying Selecting and Evaluating WebAccessible Control Systems
359
Chapter 31 Custom Programs Enhance Building Tuneup Process
367

Chapter 20 Network Security for EIS and ECS Systems
227
Relational Data Base Choices and Design for EIS and ECS Systems
243
Chapter 21 Fundamentals of Database Technology and DatabaseDriven Web Applications
247
Chapter 22 Relational Database Choices and Design
255
Techniques for Utility Data Web Page Design
265
Chapter 23 Utility Data Web Page Design An Introduction
267
Chapter 24 Utility Data Web Page DesignLearning Technologies
277
Chapter 25 Utility Data Web Page DesignPresenting the Data
303
Chapter 32 Application Examples of Energy Information Systems
373
Chapter 33 Leveraging IP Technology for Remote Monitoring in the Energy Industry Pipeline Operations and Facilities Management
389
Chapter 34 Creating Webbased Information Systems from Energy Management System Data
397
Glossary
405
Afterword
413
About the Authors
415
Index
421
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