Energy Engineering Analysis Program, Lima Army Tank Plant, Lima, Ohio; Volume 1. Executive Summary
NUS CORP ROCKVILLE MD
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The report is in response to the Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP for Lima Army Tank Plant, Lima, Ohio. The objective of this report is to provide energy consumption data on the facility along with practical recommendations for energy conservation. The energy analysis was conducted in three phases 1 field survey and data collection 2 energy conservation project investigation and development 3 final report and executive summary development. During the field survey each building was investigated to determine enclose type, occupancy, operations, and size. The building mechanical and electrical systems were studied in detail during the survey. Records of energy consumption were obtained where possible. Projects were developed following the field survey. The projects consist of a Form DD1391, a project development brochure PDB, and calculations to support the analysis. The final report and executive summary includes all energy conservation projects which have been developed, recommended policy or operational changes, present and projected energy consumption, and the field data submission. There is no record of previous energy studies for the facility, however, several energy conservation measures were implemented when the plant was reopened for operation in 1978. These measures included the addition of building insulation, several heat recovery units, and storm windows.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies