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Sustainable On-Site CHP Systems
Design, Construction and Operations
  
Editors:
Milton Meckler, M.ASCE, F.ASME, P.E.
Lucas Hyman, P.E., LEED AP

PROVEN TECHNIQUES FOR REDUCING ENERGY USE WITH CHP SYSTEMS

Plan, design, construct, and operate a sustainable on-site CHP (combined heat and power) facility using the detailed information in this practical guide. Sustainable On-Site CHP Systems reveals how to substantially increase the energy efficiency in commercial, industrial, institutional, and residential buildings using waste heat and thermal energy from power generation equipment for cooling, heating, and humidity control. In-depth case studies illustrate real-world applications of CHP systems.

Coverage includes:

    * CHP basics, power equipment, and thermal design
    * Packaged CHP systems
    * Regulatory issues
    * Carbon footprint, environmental benefits, and emission controls
    * Conducting a feasibility study and economic analysis
    * CHP plant design and engineering
    * Construction, permits, and risk management
    * Operation and maintenance
    * Performance monitoring and improvement


 
Table of contents

Contributors;

Foreword;

Preface;
 
Part 1: CHP Basics;
Chapter 1. Overview;
Chapter 2. Applicability of CHP Systems;
Chapter 3. Power Equipment and Systems;
Chapter 4. Thermal Design for CHP;
Chapter 5. Packaged CHP Systems;
Chapter 6. Regulatory Issues;
Chapter 7. Carbon Footprint–Environmental Benefits and Emission Controls;
  
Part 2: The Feasibility Study;
Chapter 8. Fundamental Concepts;
Chapter 9. CHP Economic Analysis;
  
Part 3: Design;
Chapter 10. The Engineering Process;
Chapter 11. Electrical Design Characteristics and Issues;
Chapter 12. Obtaining a Construction Permit;
  
Part 4: Construction;
Chapter 13. CHP Construction;
Chapter 14. Obtaining Operating Permits and Implementing Compliance Management Programs;
Chapter 15. Managing Risks during CHP Plant Construction;
 
Part 5: Operations;
Chapter 16: Operations and Maintenance Services;
Chapter 17. Sustaining Operational Efficiency of a CHP System;
Chapter 18. Sustaining CHP Operations;
 
Part 6: Case Studies;
Chapter 19. Case Study 1: Princeton University District Energy System;
Chapter 20. Case Study 2: Fort Bragg CHP;
Chapter 21. Case Study 3: Optimal Sizing Using Computer Simulations–New School;
Chapter 22. Case Study 4: University Campus CHP Analysis;
Chapter 23. Case Study 5: Governmental Facility–Mission Critical;
Chapter 24. Case Study 6: Eco-Footprint of On-Site CHP versus EPGS Systems;
Chapter 25. Case Study 7: Integrate CHP to Improve Overall Corn Ethanol Economics;
Chapter 26. Case Study 8: Energy Conservation Measure Analysis for 8.5-MW IRS CHP Plant;

Glossary;

Index


Biographical note

Milton Meckler,M.ASCE, F.ASME, P.E., is president of Design Build Systems (DBS), a company specializing in commercial building construction. He was one of four Global Award Finalists for McGraw-Hill's Platts Energy Lifetime Achievement Award.
 
Lucas Hyman, P.E., LEED AP. is a professional mechanical engineer with more than 25 years' experience and president of Goss Engineering, Inc.

  




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