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Regional Heating Water Plant Applications and Benefits in Georgia and North Carolina Campuses

06-15-2017 10:35

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Using central campus steam or high efficiency condensing boilers to generate low temperature hot water for distribution to a cluster of campus buildings should be considered when faced with steam distribution failure or proposed building renovations. Benefits may include lower first cost, reduced distribution system and building maintenance, improved safety, and reduced energy costs. This presentation will explore benefits and applications for regional hot water heating systems as applied at Duke University.

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Brian Mitchell, Duke University

Gregory Carnathan & Chase Davis, RMF Engineering



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Brian Mitchell, Duke University Gregory Carnathan & Chase Davis, RMF Engineering