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Nuts and Bolts of Design Resiliency: Improved Facility Performance and Availability at Least Cost 

02-26-2019 15:50

Summary

This presentation will discuss how to apply innovation and continuous process improvements to achieve design resiliency at the local level, or the nuts and bolts of design resiliency. Drawing upon innovations from recent design this presentation will share design attributes, that when integrated into an overall system design, will achieve enhanced resiliency. Redundancy, single failure vulnerability (SFV), and maintainability are some of the concepts we will share that are essential components for achieving design resiliency at the local facility level. We will demonstrate how these design approaches, practices, and processes are essential in delivering economically viable and robust design for a district energy application. Such a design approach not only improves equipment reliability and facility availability but provides the needed flexibility to efficiently maintain the plant for long term reliable operation at the lowest cost.

Session 2A: Redundancy, Reliability & Resiliency

Speakers

Kevin Fox, Jacobs Engineering Group


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