"Cost Savings With Electrical Centrifugal Chillers"
Author: Maxson, David M.
Published In: Energy Management [Critical Issues in Facilities Managment #6]
The Weber State College cooling plant has the capability of running centrifugal, absorption, or both depending upon the load and which utility (gas or power) is the least expensive in a particular season. Describes how the college arrived at such a flexible position with its cooling plant, some of the mistakes it made in the process, and what its dollar savings expectations are for the future. Provides schematic of chiller system before and after retrofit.
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