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Basics of Energy Management

Basics of Energy Management. P M V Subbarao Professor Mechanical Engineering Department. Manufacturing Systems for Extra-somatic Needs…. Efficiencies of Manufacturing Energy Requirement. How to calculate the thermodynamic efficiency of a materials transformation process?.

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Basics of Energy Management

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  1. Basics of Energy Management P M V Subbarao Professor Mechanical Engineering Department Manufacturing Systems for Extra-somatic Needs…..

  2. Efficiencies of Manufacturing Energy Requirement • How to calculate the thermodynamic efficiency of a materials transformation process? The minimum work to transform materials = Change in of the materials

  3. Energy Consumption in a Manufacturing System

  4. Basic Elements of EMM • (i) Drivers and barriers • (ii) Information and communication technologies, • (iii) Strategic paradigms • (iv) Supporting tools and methods, • (v) Manufacturing process paradigms • (vi) Manufacturing performances

  5. Key aspects of Energy Management in Manufacturing

  6. Drivers : Class 1

  7. Drivers : Class 2

  8. Drivers : Class 3

  9. Barriers : Class 1

  10. Barriers : Class 2

  11. Barriers : Class 3

  12. Barriers : Class 4

  13. Barriers : Class 5

  14. Information and Communication Technologies • The use of automation and control systems, process design and optimization, software modelling, and computer aided tools. • ICTs reduce the complexity of industrial processes by: • (a) Obtaining real time information about energy measurements • (b) Facilitating the decision making for investments in energy efficient technologies • (c) generating positive environmental results and financial savings for the companies.

  15. Sub-categories in the ICTs • ICT include a varying number of continuously keep evolving resources and technologies. • The main sub-categories in the ICT field include: • (i) Process automation • (ii) ICT-enabled production control • (iii) Monitoring and decision making • (iv) Integration of processes and information flows

  16. Manufacturing System as an Energy ConsumingSystem

  17. Auxiliaries (to Manufacturing System) as a Thermodynamic CV

  18. Power Plant for A Manufacturing System & Material Processing System Power Plant for Manufacturing System & Material Processing System

  19. Heat Source for A Manufacturing System & Material Processing System Heat Generation Unit for Manufacturing System & Material Processing System

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