The course will feature topics in energy efficiency and the use of gas technologies in commercial and industrial operations including energy recovery ventilation, efficient boilers and water heaters, and emerging technologies in on-site generation and industrial technologies.
Students after this course will be able to:
Discuss how gas technologies are used in commercial and industrial settings
Describe ERV and other topics that apply to individual work sites
Review emerging commercial and industrial technologies
EVERSOURCE and NGRID engineers and their end users.
Day 1 – 4 Hour Session TIME: 9 am - 1 pm
1. Introduction (5 Slides)
2. Boilers (165 Slides)
o Introduction to Boilers
o Boiler Tuning
o Boilers Controls
o High Eff. Boilers
o Boiler Economizer Technologies
Day 2 – 4 Hour Session TIME: 9 am - 1 pm
3. Commercial Energy Recovery Ventilation (51 Slides)
4. Industrial Scale High Eff. Water Heating (63 Slides)
5. On-Site Gen (94 Slides)
o CHP Industrial Campus Application (GT CHP)
o The Emerging Technology of Microturbine CHP (incl. Fuel Cells Briefly)
Presentation available via email.
University of Massachusetts Department of Mach. & Ind. Engineering
160 Governors Dr. Amherst, MA 01003-9265
Attn. Alberto Morales