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Integrating Cogeneration Into a Historic Army Proving Ground

07-05-2017 14:32

Summary

Aberdeen Proving Ground, a US Army Facility founded in 1917, planned to retire a local steam incinerator.  In need of 95,000 pph of 350 psig steam generation, the Army sought a sustainable solution through an Energy Savings Performance Contract with Johnson Controls.  JCI retained Concord Engineering to design a new cogeneration facility adjacent to the existing boiler plant.  The CHP plant includes a 7.9 MW, dual fuel combustion turbine and duct fired HRSG with SCR.

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Matt Nyquist, Concord Engineering



#AnnualConference #2017 #ConferenceProceeding #Military #SystemUpgrade #Military Installation #CHP #AberdeenProvingGrounds #ConcordEngineering

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