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An industry has a ½-inch-thick uninsulated mild steel tank storing a hot fluid. The fluid is heated

to 200oF, while ambient air is 70oF. The tank is 10 ft in diameter and 10 ft tall. The thermal

conductivity of mild steel is 314.4 Btu.in/ft2.h.oF and of glass wool is 0.25 Btu.in/ft2.h.oF.

i)

What is the heat loss for the uninsulated tank?

ii)

**If the tank surface is insulated with 1-inch-thick aluminum-jacketed fiberglass, how
**

much heat we can save?

Ans: Heat loss takes place through two way: 1) heat loss through the wall, and 2) heat loss

through the roof.

Total heat resistance

Rtotal = Rtank + R surface coefficient

Rtank = d/K =0.5/314.4 = 0.0016 h.ft2.oF/Btu

Assuming that the surface is dull metal and the surface temperature is around 120 oF

Then R surface coefficient = 0.50 h.ft2.oF/Btu

U = 1/ (Rsurface + Rtank) = 1/0.5016 = 1.99 Btu/ft2.oF.h, where U = conductance

A = area = DH + r2 = (10ft)(10ft) +(5 ft2) = 392.7 ft2

Qtotal = UAt = (1.99 Btu/ ft2.oF.h) x(392.7 ft2)(200o-70oF)

= 101,591 Btu/h

**Ans: If surface is insulated with 1-inch thick aluminum-jacketed fiberglass, the
**

Rinsulation = d/K = 1/0.25 = 4 h.ft2.oF/Btu (K is found at average temperature of around 140

o

F)

U = 1/ (Rsurface + Rtank + Rinsulation ) = 1/(0.0016 + 4 + 0.88) = 0.205 Btu/ft2.oF.h

Qtotal = UAt = (0.205 Btu/ ft2.oF.h) x(392.7 ft2)(130 oF)

= 10,465 Btu/h

Savings = 101,796 – 10,465 = 91,331Btu/h

%Savings = 91,331/101,796 x 100 = 89.7%

In any industry a fraction of energy can be saved by proper management. the inductance and capacitance of the phase conductors can be significant. The currents that flow in these components of the circuit impedance constitute reactive power. up to one ton is lost just through the line loss issue. However. As reactive current increases. (3) defined realistic goals. this needs to establish an energy management program as follows: Program Organization Four basic elements are essential to any energy management program: 1) top management commitment. Figure 1 is a typical energy management organization chart. The ratio of real power (transmitted to the load) to apparent power is the power factor. FACTS) throughout the system to control reactive power flow for reduction of losses and stabilization of system voltage. (1) Top Management Commitment: Top management must be dedicated and committed to an energy conservation program. and (4) program planning and implementation. This committee is appointed by management and headed by a coordinator. It must be willing to provide resources as required. When consider the high end of the scale. For systems with low power factors. Transmitting electricity at high voltage reduces the fraction of energy lost to resistance.usually as heat. which transmits no energy to the load. Reactive current causes extra losses in the transmission circuit. . some of its energy is lost . (2) Program Responsibility: The planning and implementation of an energy management program must be the clearly defined responsibility of an energy program committee. this means that for every 10 tons of coal burned for electricity generation. Proper management and reduction of waste energy can keep energy consumption and costs at a controlled minimum. The committee consists of representatives from each department. Employees will apply their best efforts to the program. it experiences resistance and as a result. the more electricity is lost. losses are higher than for systems with high power factors. The further the electricity has to travel. static VAR compensators. and flexible AC transmission systems. who reports to management.What are the causes of electric power loss in the transmission line and how can we reduce the losses? As electricity travels over miles of transmission lines to get to our homes. physical transposition of the phase conductors. the reactive power increases and the power factor decreases. In an alternating current circuit. Utilities add capacitor banks and other components (such as phase-shifting transformers. both personnel and financial. (2) clearly designated program responsibility. Demonstrate the ways of saving energy in the industry by proper management.

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