Energy Conservation Investment Program (ECIP), FY93 Limited Energy Study, Milan Army Ammunition Plant, Milan, Tennessee.
AFFILIATED ENGINEERS SE INC GAINESVILLE FL
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In May 1994, Affiliated Engineers SE, Inc. AESE was retained by the Mobile District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to perform a Limited Energy Study for Milan Army Ammunition Plant, Tennessee. The field survey of existing conditions was completed in June 1994. The results of this field survey were subsequently tabulated and used to generate single line building drawings on Autocad. Several alternative lighting models were examined to determine if a more efficient lighting system could be installed that would produce the same or better lumen levels at these facilities while reducing the buildings electrical lighting energy consumption. This report summarizes the results obtained from this field investigation and the analysis of various alternative Energy Conservation Opportunities ECOs. To develop the field data into various alternative ECO concepts or models, we utilized an Excel spreadsheet to tabulate and compare energy consumption, light output, installation and operating costs for various ECOs at these buildings. These ECOs were then analyzed for suitability for the Energy Conservation lnvestment Program ECIP using the govemmenrs software package called Life Cycle Cost in Design LCCID.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies