A Limited Energy Study of High Temperature and Chilled Water Distribution Systems at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia. Volume ES, Executive Summary.
REYNOLDS SMITH AND HILLS JACKSONVILLE FL
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The primary purpose of this contract is to conduct a detailed study that will determine the location and quantity of losses from the High Temperature Water HTW distribution system at Fort Stewart. A copy of the Scope of Work for this project is contained in the Appendix. This study includes a comprehensive field investigation of the energy plants, distribution system piping and end-use systems, identification of Energy Conservation Opportunities ECOs, energy savings calculations and economic analysis of the ECOs. This project also includes interviews with operation and maintenance personnel, review of records and recommendations on whether further study is required on the chilled water distribution system at Fort Stewart and the high temperature water and chilled water distribution systems at Hunter Army Airfield. The results of the analysis and the recommendations are contained in the Records Analysis and Site Survey Plan which was submitted on August 28, 1995.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies