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Flow Measurement Technologies

Summary Review of various Flow Measurement Technologies - Magnetic Flow Meter Technology - Vortex Shedding Flow Technology - DP Flow Meter Technology Track: Posters Presenter Scott Peterson, Emerson #CampusEnergyConference #ConferenceProceeding #Poster #2020 #Board Minutes ...

Poster_7_Peterson.pdf


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Resilient Redundant Control Systems Bridging Multiple Plants

Summary As part of a larger commissioning effort at CU Boulder’s East Plant and West Plant, AEI helped identify discrepancies between the control system installation, design drawings, and specifications. The control system installations for equipment and balance of plant controls are critical...

4E.4_Flock_Birosak.pdf


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Control Strategies for Operating Rooms and Critical Spaces

Summary A sophisticated analysis and review of precise HVAC control methodology to achieve exceptional control and energy efficiency for critical areas such as operating rooms, laboratories and other areas that have precise temperature, humidity, and pressurization requirements. This...

4E.3_Vesterholt_Bartlik.pdf


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Integrated Approach for Control Room and Human Machine Interface Design

Summary For many facilities, control room and human machine interface design are not performed in a coordinated and integrated manner. This approach often leads to sub-optimal results that can increase the likelihood of human error and reduction of plant availability. This presentation will...

4E.2_Shook_Nies.pdf


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University of Minnesota SE Heating Plant Controls Upgrade Success Story

Summary The University of Minnesota increased resiliency on their campus by migrating legacy control systems for their Southeast Heating Plant while integrating SCADA controls into their newly commissioned CHP plant. Track 4E: Metering, Monitoring, Controls & Data Management Speakers ...

4E.1_Selking_Grimstad.pdf


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Universities Reduce Cost and Carbon Footprint of their Stack Monitoring Systems

Summary Universities and Industrial Campus Power Plants with boilers and combustion turbines are required to demonstrate emission compliance by continuously monitoring their stack emissions. Historically this has been accomplished utilizing a Continuous Emission Monitoring System (CEM). Now,...

5D.1_Toolen.pdf


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Using Microgrid Controls to Operate a CHP/Steam Plant

Summary This presentation highlights the challenges of and benefits to implementing a reliable and redundant Microgrid control system to safely maintain a large steam plant. Track 1C: Linking Microgrids with District Energy Speakers Aaron Fogle, RoviSys Malcolm Bambling, University of...

1C.1_Fogle_Bambling.pdf


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Test project shows how Tampere's buildings can lower their carbon footprint

Sue Weekes, Smart Cities World Summary A smart district heating project in Tampere, Finland, has achieved cost-savings of 10 per cent and is helping to reduce the carbon footprint of student accommodation in the city. Tampere Power Utility is working with local company Enermix Oy to...


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Empower Enhances the Efficiency of its Command Control Centre by Adopting New Technology

ZAWYA Summary Dubai: Emirates Central Cooling Systems Corporation ( Empower ), the world's largest district cooling services provider, announced that it has enhanced the capability of its Command Control Centre (CCC) for district cooling plants by establishing a new system, ...


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Optimum Energy Builds Innovation Portfolio with New Patent for Whole-Campus HVAC Optmization

Optimum Energy Summary SEATTLE, Sept. 26, 2019— Optimum Energy continues to advance smart building technology and scale up energy efficiency potential with a new patent issued this month, which adds to the HVAC specialist’s technology advantage in optimizing building environmental systems...