Handbook on Energy Audit and Environment Management

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The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 302 pages
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The Handbook on Energy Audit and Environment Management deals at length with the energy audits and takes a closer look at the concept of environment management. TERI endeavours to bring its experience of over two decades in the field of energy audits and provides methodology and guidelines to those involved in this field. Energy audits may be considered as the first step towards understanding how energy is being used in a given facility. It indicates the ways in which different forms of energy are being used and quantifies energy use according to discrete functions. The book offers an overview on industrial energy conservation. It also enables users to understand the operation of various equipment and system, and to identify opportunities for energy savings in industries. It is a must-read for every professional interested in energy management and energy audit.
 

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Contents

Chapter
11
Chapter 3
29
Chapter 4
39
Chapter 5
52
Chapter 6
62
Chapter 7
70
Chapter 8
87
Chapter 9
107
Chapter 11
148
Chapter 12
165
Chapter 14
186
Chapter 15
210
Chapter 17
225
Chapter 19
247
Chapter 20
264
Index
279

Refrigeration and airconditioning
127

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