Process Management Principles for Increasing the Energy Efficiency

Figure 5 6 shows the electrical power usage on the

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Unformatted text preview: s readily isolated. Figure 5-6 shows the electrical power usage on the MTSA circuit over a 24 hour period. Electrical data from the CM5000, such as what 160 140 120 100 80- 60 - 40 20 2:15PM - 6:15PM 10:15PM 2:15AM 6:15AM 10:15AM - - 2:15PM Figure 5-6: Power usage on the MTSA circuit over a typical 24 hour period. is shown in Figure 5-6, from several time periods was compared with temperature control charts automatically generated by the MTSA and operating records of the vacuum system during the same period. In the time period shown in Figure 5-6, one run began at 2:15 PM and ended at about 9:15 AM the next day. Another run began at about 11:30 AM. These times correspond to elevated power use in the circuit. It was also seen that when the MTSA finished a run and the vacuum system was off, no power was used in the circuit. Likewise, when the vacuum system was on, and the MTSA was not running, power use averaged 20 kW (as seen in Figure 5-6 between 9:15 AM and 11:30 AM). Moreover, power usage peaks corresponded to times when the MTSA was using its air compressors to cool the chamber (as seen in the temperature control cha...
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