Steam Systems Assessment- Roseburg, OR

Roseburg, Oregon
Thursday, December 16, 2010
Steam Systems Assessment- Roseburg, OR
Thursday, December 16, 2010 7:30 AM - 4:30 PM (Pacific Time)

Douglas County Fairgrounds
2110 SW Frear Street
Roseburg, Oregon 97471
United States

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This training class is full. For information on additional trainings, visit http://neea.org/participate/calendar.aspx or http://www.energy.wsu.edu/EventsTrainings.aspx#Indust.
 
The Steam System Improvement Workshop covers the operation of typical steam systems and discusses methods of system efficiency improvement. The one-day workshop is designed for end users – at the energy manager, steam system supervisor, engineer, and operations level – who have steam system responsibilities in industrial and institutional plants. The workshop is divided into three major categories:

  • Steam Generation Efficiency. The boiler is investigated with the target of obtaining optimum steam generation efficiency.
  • Resource Utilization Effectiveness. Encompasses fuel selection, combined heat and power systems, steam system balancing and steam end users. The course covers the basic concepts of combined heat and power systems along with opportunities associated with steam system balancing.
  • Steam Distribution System Losses. Focus areas include: steam leaks, heat transfer loss through insulation, and condensate loss.
For each of the categories the workshop goes into detail about the equipment and the theory of operation. Several case studies are presented from steam system surveys conducted by the course developer.

The workshop also introduces the major steam opportunity assessment tools developed and utilized by BestPractices Steam. The major text for this workshop is the “Steam System Survey Guide,” a technical reference documentdeveloped by BestPractices Steam. The workshop also introduces the Steam System Assessment Tool (SSAT), and several of the workshop examples are presented using the SSAT. Finally, the workshop introduces the 3E-Plus insulation appraisal software and an example is presented that uses the 3E-Plus software.

Continuing Education Units (.07) will be available for this training. Inquire onsite for more information.


The Process Heating Assessment Training is brought to you by Pacific Power, Avista Utilities, the J R Simplot Company, the Oregon Department of Energy, the Washington State University Extension Energy Program, and the U.S. Department of Energy. 


    


 

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  • Your $99 tuition includes class instruction, course materials, continental breakfast and lunch.
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