Published March 2003
by Minerals, Metals, & Materials Society .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
Manufacturing Facility Energy Improvement (Pages: ) Chris Yuan; Junling Xie; John Nicol. New Book: Energy Efficient Manufacturing A new text on Energy Efficient Manufacturing: Theory and Applications is now available. The book was edited by Dave Dornfeld, Barbara S. Linke, and John W. Sutherland. Energy Efficient Process Planning Energy Consumption and Carbon Footprint Models of Manufacturing Processes A Semi-Generative Process Planning Approach for Energy Efficiency Case Study Conclusions Reference 13 Scheduling for Energy Efficient Manufacturing Nelson A. Uhan, Pages: Energy consumption is of great interest to manufacturing companies. Beyond considering individual processes and machines, the perspective on process chains and factories as a whole holds major potentials for energy efficiency improvements. To exploit .
and process and, of course, tested their effectiveness. Similarly, this has been a valuable opportunity to test our modelling approach. As our project comes to an end, we have produced this Best Practices Book as a way of sharing our experience with other professionals in the material and energy efficiency manufacturing domain. In this book, the authors explore a variety of opportunities to reduce the energy footprint of manufacturing. These opportunities cover the entire spatial scale of the manufacturing enterprise: from unit process-oriented approaches to enterprise-level strategies. Manufacturing is modeled a fuzzy yield learning process to quantify energy savings for each specific product, and these values can be summed to produce total power consumption for the factory. Efforts to improve energy efficiency are an increasing concern for many manufacturing facility engineering managers. This can be achieved by evaluating energy end uses (e.g., lighting, processing equipment, and heating, air conditioning, and ventilation (HVAC) systems), and by implementing measures to reduce the total amount of energy consumed for one or more of Author: Gary P. Moynihan, Frank L. Barringer.
Energy Efficient Manufacturing de John W. Sutherland, David A. Dornfeld, Barbara S. Linke - English books - commander la livre de la catégorie Mécanique sans frais de port et bon marché - Ex Libris boutique en ligne. Main Energy efficient manufacturing theory and applications Energy efficient manufacturing theory and applications Dornfeld, D. A., Linke, Barbara S., Sutherland, John W. Energy and materials efficiency by increasing process stability Energy and materials efficiency in mechanical, thermal and chemical manufacturing processes and systems Closed resource cycles / integration of resources in process chains and systems Loss-free operation of infrastructure by production facilities and factories Development of methods. Another way to improve the energy and resource efficiency of manufacturing processes is the recovery of waste streams and heat losses within a machine tool. A recent patent  describes a system for recovering heat losses of a laser cooler system using a Sterling engine that drives a compressed air by: