Participants will study aspects of boiler plant and steam system efficiency, as well as performance improvements. Discussions will focus on operating parameters for drum-type boilers and systems and how to achieve maximum efficiencies. Armed with the easy-to-implement ideas gained from this workshop, participants will be able to identify areas for efficiency improvement and assess their impacts and costs to their organisations. The workshop will cover the basics of steam systems, methods for improving system performance, maintenance for efficiency improvement, combined heat power development (CHP), US Department of Energy software “Steam System Modeler” and “3E Plus insulation software”, monitoring and measurement aspects, new technologies, life cycle costing, and specific action plans and strategies for follow-up.
Steam Systems are used by all major industries to heat materials in the manufacturing of consumer and industrial items. They account for about 30% of the total energy used in industrial applications for product output. As energy costs start to rise, effective ways to reduce the amount of energy consumed by steam systems are needed. As such, a comprehensive understanding of steam systems is required to improve the efficiency of steam generating equipment. Studies show that most energy efficiency savings are achieved through energy management in an industrial facility. Indeed, there is much potential for steam systems to be optimised to achieve energy efficient outcomes for environmental sustainability and cost savings.
Engineers, energy managers and plant managers working in industrial sectors such as refineries, petrochemicals, chemicals, waste management (incinerations plants), power generation, biomedical and food manufacturing sectors
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13 March 2017 - 15 March 2017
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
3 days / 24 hours
SEI Training Room 2
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