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Author Meckler, Milton.

Title Sustainable on-site CHP systems [electronic resource] : design, construction, and operations / Milton Meckler, Lucas B. Hyman.

Published New York : McGraw-Hill, [2010]

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Physical description 1 electronic text (xx, 444 p.) : ill.
Series McGraw-Hill's AccessEngineering
McGraw-Hill's AccessEngineering.
Notes Print version c2010.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Pt. 1. CHP basics -- pt. 2. The feasibility study -- pt. 3. Design -- pt. 4. Construction -- pt. 5. Operations -- pt. 6. Case studies.
Other formats Also issued in print and PDF version.
Notes Description based on cover image and table of contents, viewed on May 13, 2010.
Other author Hyman, Lucas B.
Maor, Itzhak.
Reddy, T. Agami.
Stadnik, Adam.
Foley, Gearoid.
Wagner, Timothy C.
Rosfjord, Thomas J.
Punwani, Dharam V.
Landis, Kyle.
Mamer, Kelly J.
Rosenberger, David C.
Hankin, Jeffrey S.
Lany, Karl.
Howland, Paul.
Katipamula, Srinivas.
Brambley, Michael R.
Subject Cogeneration of electric power and heat.
Electronic books.
Internet resources.
Variant Title Sustainable onsite combined heat and power systems
Other title Applicability of CHP systems.
Power equipment and systems.
Thermal design for CHP.
Packaged CHP systems.
Regulatory issues.
Carbon footprint--environmental benefits and emission controls.
Fundamental concepts.
CHP economic analysis.
The engineering process.
Electrical design characteristics and issues.
Obtaining a construction permit.
CHP construction.
Obtaining operating permits and implementing compliance management programs.
Managing risks during CHP plant construction.
Operation and maintenance services.
Sustaining operational efficiency of a CHP system.
Sustaining CHP operations.
Case study 1: Princeton University district energy system.
Case study 2: Fort Bragg CHP.
Case study 3: Optimal sizing using computer simulations--new school.
Case study 4: University campus CHP analysis.
Case study 5: Governmental facility--mission critical.
Case study 6: Eco-footprint of on-site CHP versus EPGS systems.
Case study 7: Integrate CHP to improve overall corn ethanol economics.
Case study 8: Energy conservation measure analysis for 8.5-MW IRS CHP plant.
ISBN 0071746633
9780071603171
0071603174 (print)