CES5587_Wind_Engineering PPT

Filter filter waste landfill 128 tonyr landfillcost

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Unformatted text preview: se Recycling Treatment Disposal Waste Management Hierarchy Reasons Reasons for frequent Filter Changes – Usage of In-efficient Filters In– Uneven Load Distribution between Filters – Higher Rate of Clogging (Manometer Reading) Improving Improving Aerodynamics of Paint Booth Fan Plenum Motor (5 HP) Secondary Filters Motor (5 HP) Fan Secondary Filters Primary Filter 2 Part Primary Filter 1 Primary Filter Old Process New Process Process Process Comparison Pressure (inches of water) Manometer Pressure Reading 2 1.8 1.6 1.4 1.2 1 0.8 0.6 0.4 0.2 0 Old Process New Process (Exp 1) New Process (Exp 2) New Process (Exp 3) 0 100 200 300 Time in minutes after filter change 400 Cost Savings and Pollution Prevention Cell Cell 4 (Implemented) Extra Extra Parts: 4410 parts/day 4410 Expected Expected Annual Saving: $270,260 $270,260 Payback Payback Period: Immediate Immediate Landfill Landfill Diverted: 41 Ton/yr. 41 Cell Cell 2, 10A, 10B, 22, 22TC (Projected) Extra Extra Parts: 4389 parts/day 4389 Expected Expected Annual Saving: $328,923 $328,923 Payback Payback Period: 2 months months Landfill Landfill Diverted: 87 Ton/yr. 87 Questions? Questions?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2013 for the course CES 5587 taught by Professor Chowdhury during the Spring '13 term at FIU.

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