Process Management Principles for Increasing the Energy Efficiency

A run is not defined in the traditional operational

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Unformatted text preview: "run" is not defined in the traditional operational sense of a period of value added work, but instead as a period of continuous time when the equipment is drawing more than a nominal (.01 kW) amount of power. A simplified version of the model as applied to a typical residential living room is shown in Table 5.1. Inputs into the model included the measurements described in Section 5.1.4 for each category of equipment. The output of the model is the estimated energy used by CCA in a given week, ECCA. Verification of the model was accomplished using the archived substation level electricity data from the plant wide electricity metering system for the same week. The metering system installed in the two substations feeding CCA was already set up to provide total electricity use, HVAC electricity use, lighting electricity use, and electricity use for areas other than CCA. Total process electricity Category Lights Plasma Television Laptop Xbox360 Cable Box Medium A/C window unit Total N 2 1 2 1 1 1 P (kW)...
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