2 edition of Energy management for motor-driven systems. found in the catalog.
Energy management for motor-driven systems.
Gilbert A. McCoy
|Contributions||Douglass, John G.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
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This book reports the state of the art of energy-efficient electrical motor driven system technologies, which can be used now and in the near future to achieve significant and cost-effective energy savings. Continuous Energy Improvement in Motor Driven Sys-tems is the successor to DOE’s publication Energy Management for Motor Driven Systems.
The updated publication is revised to focus not only on motors, but also includes such topics as power transmission systems (belts and gears), matching driven equipment to process. and risk management. Energy Management Systems (EnMS) Energy management can be tailored to the size and the needs of any organisation.
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A motor-driven system consists of several components: the electrical power supply, motor controls, the electric motor, and a mechanical transmission system.
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Energy Management for Motor-Driven Systems Example Utility Rate Schedule: In this scenario, the utility charges according to kW demand ($/kW) and includes a surcharge or adjustment for low power factor. The following formula shows a billing adjustment based upon a desired 95 percent power factor.
billed = kW. demandx PF. The guidebook is the successor to DOE’s Energy Management for Motor Driven Systems. It builds on its predecessor publication by including topics such as power transmission systems and matching driven equipment to process requirements in addition to motors.
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