Stanford University case study showing the results and value of hydraulic modeling for building the business case, design and real-time hydraulic for the operational phase of a new low temperature hot water system and chilled water system. Stanford University invested $500 million in transforming their energy systems to one of world leading low temperature hot systems and chilled water systems. Hydraulic modeling was a critical component in this process and Termis real-time hydraulic modeling has become a critical component to maintain top efficiency to pay back the investment as a decision support tool. Real-time hydraulic modeling is used for the day-to-day operational management, troubleshooting, engineering, planning for changes and additions of new buildings. The investment of real-time hydraulic modeling solution has paid itself back in less than 24 months. This case study presentation is a hands-on experience and includes demo to serve as an inspiration for all utilities interested in transforming their energy systems and to improve the efficiency of their energy systems.
Dan Arellano, Stanford UniversityThomas Lund-Hansen, Reliability Efficiency & Optimization LLC
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