Optimizing Energy Efficiencies in Industry

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Science - 315 pages
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AN EXPERT WITH THIRTY YEARS EXPERIENCE SHARES HIS FORMULA TO REDUCE ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND SLASH OPERATING COSTS

Minimize cost and maximize energy efficiency! With "Optimizing Energy Efficiencies in Industry" you can do both. Within the pages of this book youll find practical insights and rules of thumb for determining the energy performance of individual energy-intensive equipment as well as the total system.

Written by a specialist in energy management, "Optimizing Energy Efficiencies in Industry" thoroughly explains the principles of operation and theory of energy-intensive equipment, including:
* Heaters
* Boilers
* Turbines
* Compressors
* Pumps
* and more.

Youll also find a compilation of critical points which have been published or presented at national/international energy forums and databases to compare equipment performance, as well as expert coverage of:
* Energy audits
* Feasibility studies
* Preliminary engineering
* Detailed engineering
* Implementation
* Project and construction management
* Start-up
* Rules of thumb for determining the energy performance of individual equipment and total systems

Invaluable to process and production engineers, managers, executives, design engineers, and students of energy management, "Optimizing Energy Efficiencies in Industry" offers specialized knowledge and priceless experience that cannot be found in any similar book. .

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Contents

Energy Efficiency Optimization
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Heaters
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Boilers
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About the author (2003)

Dr. G.G. Rajan has been involved in the field of energy management for more than three decades. Dr. Rajan has published and presented over 150 papers in his native country of India and abroad. He has also won a number of awards for his innovative and cost-effective approach to enterprise resource management, using productivity models and quantitative techniques.

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