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Steam Source Book 2012

Steam Source Book 2012

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The U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) recently updated its popular collection of informational resources focused on steam system energy efficiency.
The U.S. Department of Energy's Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) recently updated its popular collection of informational resources focused on steam system energy efficiency.

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A SOURCEBOOKFOR INDUSTRY
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING OFFICE
Improving Steam System Performance:A Sourcebook for Industry
Second Edition
The Ofce o Energy Efciency and Renewable Energy (EERE) invests in clean energy technologiesthat strengthen the economy, protect the environment, and reduce dependence on oreign oil.
 
IMPROVING STEAM SYSTEM PERFORMANCE: A SOURCEBOOK FOR INDUSTRY
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Improving Steam System Performance: A Sourcebook for Industry 
was developed or the U.S. Department o Energy’s (DOE)Advanced Manuacturing Oce (AMO), ormerly the Industrial Technologies Program. AMO undertook this project as a series osourcebook publications. Other topics in this series include: compressed air systems, pumping systems, an systems, processheating, and motor and drive systems. For more inormation about program resources, see AMO in the Where to Find Help sectiono this publication.AMO, and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, wish to thank the sta at the many organizations that so generously assistedin the collection and updates o data or this sourcebook. The Alliance to Save Energy, The American Boiler Manuacturers Associa-tion (ABMA), the Council o Industrial Boiler Operators (CIBC), the National Insulation Association (NIA), and the North AmericanInsulation Manuacturers Association (NAIMA) provided valuable assistance in developing, compiling, and reviewing the original andupdated versions o the publication.AMO appreciates the participation o the Steam Technical Subcommittee. Special thanks are extended to its co-chairs, Dr. AnthonyWright o the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (recently retired), and Glenn Hahn o Spirax-Sarco, or providing extensive technicalguidance and review throughout the preparation and update o this edition. The eorts o these program and committee participantsare greatly appreciated:Joe Almaguer, Dow Chemical CompanyWilliam Behr, Kelly EngineeringLarry Blanchfeld, Northrop GrummanBill Brayman, Brayman Insulation Consultants, LLCRol Butters, U.S. Department o EnergyDeborah Bloom, Nalco Company*Sean Casten, Recycled Energy Development*Steve Connor, Cleaver-BrooksRobert Crosby, Baltimore Gas and ElectricDan Dvorak, DupontFred Fendt, DOW Chemical CompanyBruce Gorelick, Enercheck Systems*Robert Grin, Enbridge Gas Distribution, Canada*Bill Haman, Iowa Energy CenterDr. Greg Harrell, University o Tennessee-Knoxville*Thomas Henry, Armstrong Service*Carroll Hooper, Steam Solutions, Inc.*Michele Jones, National Insulation AssociationJames Kumana, Kumana and Associates*Andrew W. Larkin, Trigen Energy Corporation*David Lostead, Nalco CompanyCharles Marsh, U.S. Army Corps o EngineersMichaela Martin, Oak Ridge National LaboratoryLloyd Mason, Condensate Return Specialists*Gil McCoy, EERE Inormation Center*Sachin Nimbalkar, Oak Ridge National LaboratoryWilliam Orthwein, U.S. Department o EnergyKelly Pael, Swagelok*Vestal Tutterow, Project Perormance CorporationTony Wright, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (Retired)Richard Wells, Bulldog Boiler, Ltd.Tom Wenning, Oak Ridge National LaboratoryAdditionally, the contributions o the ollowing participants are appreciated or their review o and suggestions or this sourcebook:Georey Halley, American Boiler Manuacturers AssociationScott Nunnery, Swagelok Energy Advisors, Inc.W. Randall Rawson, American Boiler Manuacturers Association*Douglas Riley, Millennium Chemical*Thomas Scheetz, BASF*John Todd, Yarway Corporation*Prepared or: The United States Department o Energy, Advanced Manuacturing OcePrepared by: National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, COLawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Washington, DC*Resource Dynamics Corporation, Vienna, VA*
*Contributor to the frst edition, published in 2004.
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