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ASME EA-1-2009 pdf free.Energy Assessment for Process Heating Systems.
ASME EA-1 does not provide guidance on how to perform a process heating system assessment hut sets the requirements that need to be performed during the system assessment. For additional assistance, see the companion ASME Guide for ASME EA-1-2009 Energy Assessment for Process I leating Systems on how to apply this Standard.
(a) This Standard does not specify how to design a process heating system.
(b) This Standard does not specify the qualifications and expertise required of the person using the Standard.
(c) This Standard does not specify how to implement the recommendations developed during the assessment but does include recommendations for implementation activities.
(d) This Standard does not specify how to measure and validate the energy savings that result from implementing assessnwnt recorn mendations.
(e) This Standard does not specify how to calibrate test equipment used during the assessment.
(ft This Standard does not specify how to estimate the implementation cost or conduct financial analysis for recommendations developed during the assessment.
(g This Standard does not specify specific steps required for safe operation of equipment during the assessment. The plant personnel in charge of normal operation of the equipment are responsible for ensuring that it is operated safely during the data collection phase of the assessment.
(Ii) For outside individuals working in a private or publicly owned company facilit> issues of intellectual propert3 confidentia1it and safety shall be addressed before beginning an assessment. While the importance of satisfying these requirements and related issues is acknowledged, they are not addressed in this Standard.
assessiwzf: activities undertaken to identify energy performance improvements in a process heating system that consider all components and functions, from energy inputs to the work performed as the result of these inputs. Individual components or subsystems might not be addressed with equal weight, but system assessments shall be sufficiently comprehensive to identify the malor energy efficiency opportunities for improving overall system energy performance. System impact versus individual component characteristics should be discussed.
bat cli furnace: a furnace into which the entire work load is introduced periodically.
continuous furnace: a furnace into which the work load is introduced continuously or at short time intervals.
ncrgy intensity (also calkd specific energy): the ratio of the energy used during a heating operation to the product unit or mass that absorbs the energy.
energy use baseline: amount of energy use measured during the operating conditions existing at the time of the assessment. It should be expressed in terms of energy per unit of production, energy per unit of mass or volume produced or in terms of energy per unit of time. Examples of the baseline units are: Btu/lb (kWh/kg), Btu/hr (kW), or Htu/unit of product (widget) or (kWh/unit of product).
functional requirement: description of what the plant expects the manufacturing system to do using the heating system. The parameters could be expressed in terms such as production output, quality (insofar as it can be controlled by the heating process), energy consumption (per production unit, if applicable), and emissions.
furnace: a term generica/ly used in this Standard to describe process heating equipment, such as furnaces, melters, ovens, and heaters.
heat balance: a procedure in which an imaginary control boundary is placed around a process heating system and all energies and mass flows crossing that boundary are determined and summed.ASME EA-1 pdf download.

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