TIEE3004 Syllabus - Energy Management And Auditing - 2022 Regulation Anna University

TIEE3004 Syllabus - Energy Management And Auditing - 2022 Regulation Anna University

TIEE3004

ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND AUDITING

 L T P C

3003

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
• To study the concepts behind economic analysis and Load management.
• To understand the basics of materials and energy balance.
• To analyze the energy efficiency in thermal utilities.
• To know the concept of compressed air system.
• To illustrate the concept of lighting systems and cogeneration.

UNIT I

GENERAL ASPECTS OF ENERGY MANAGEMENT AND ENERGY AUDIT

(7+2 Skill) 9

Commercial and Non-commercial energy - final energy consumption - energy needs of growing economy - energy pricing - energy conservation and its importance - Re-structuring of the energy supply sector - Energy Conservation Act 2001, Energy Conservation (Amendment) Act, 2010, and its features - electricity tariff - Thermal Basics - need and types of energy audit - Energy management/audit approach- understanding energy COsts - maximizing system efficiencies - optimizing the input energy requirements - energy audit instruments - Case study.

UNIT II

MATERIAL AND ENERGY BALANCE

(7+2 Skill) 9

Methods for preparing process flow - material and energy balance diagrams - Energy policy purpose - location of energy management - roles and responsibilities of energy manager – employees training and planning- Financial Management: financial analysis techniques, simple payback period, return on investment, net present value, internal rate of return – Case Study.


UNIT III

ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN THERMAL UTILITIES

(7+2 Skill) 9

Introduction to fuels - properties of fuel oil, coal and gas - principles of combustion - combustion of oil, coal and gas - Boilers: Types, combustion in boilers, performances evaluation, analysis of losses - energy conservation opportunities - FBC boilers - Steam System: Properties of steam, assessment of steam distribution losses, steam leakages, steam trapping, condensate and flash steam recovery system, identifying opportunities for energy savings - Furnaces: Classification, general fuel economy measures in furnaces, excess air, heat distribution, temperature control, draft control, waste heat recovery – Refractory : types, selection and application of refractories, heat loss - Cogeneration: classification and saving potentials - Case Study.

UNIT IV

ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM

(7+2 Skill) 9

Compressed Air System: Types of air compressors - efficient compressor operation - Compressed air system components - leakage test - savings opportunities - Refrigeration System: Vapour compression refrigeration cycle – refrigerants - coefficient of performance - factors affecting Refrigeration and Air conditioning system - savings opportunities - Vapour absorption refrigeration system: working principle - types and comparison with vapour compression system - saving potential - Cooling Tower: Types and performance evaluation, efficient system operation - flow control strategies and energy saving - Diesel Generating system: Factors affecting selection - energy performance assessment of diesel conservation avenues - Case Study.

UNIT V

ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN ELECTRICAL UTILITIES

(7+2 Skill) 9

Electrical load management and maximum demand control - power factor improvement and its benefit - selection and location of capacitors - performance assessment of PF capacitors - automatic power factor controllers - transformer losses - Electric motors: Types - losses in induction motors - motor efficiency - factors affecting motor performance - rewinding and motor replacement issues - energy saving opportunities with energy efficient motors - soft starters with energy saver - variable speed drives – Fans and blowers: Types - efficient system operation - flow control strategies -Pumps and Pumping System: Types - system operation - flow control methods - Lighting System: Light source, choice of lighting, luminance requirements – ballast - occupancy sensors - energy efficient lighting controls - energy conservation avenues - Case Study.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

COURSE OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
CO1 Students able to acquire knowledge in the field of energy management and auditing process.
CO2 Learned the about basic concepts of economic analysis and load management.
CO3 Able to design the effective thermal utility system.
CO4 Able to improve the efficiency in compressed air system.
CO5 Acquired the design concepts in the field of lighting systems, light sources and various forms of cogeneration.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Mehmet Kanoglu, Yunus A Cengel, "Energy Efficiency and Management for Engineers", McGraw-Hill Education, First Edition, 2020.

REFERENCES:
1. Moncef Krati, ‘Energy Audit of Building Systems: An Engineering Approach’, Third Edition, CRC Press, Dec.2020.
2. Sonal Desai, ‘Handbook of Energy Audit’, McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited, 2015.
3. Michael P.Deru, Jim Kelsey, ‘Procedures for Commercial Building Energy Audits’, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air conditioning Engineers, 2011.
4. Thomas D.Eastop, ‘Energy Efficiency: For Engineers and Technologists’, Longman Scientific & Technical, 1990, 1st Edition.
5. ‘Energy Managers and Energy Auditors Guide book’, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, 2006.
6. Larry C. Witte, Philip S.Schmidt, David R.Brown, ‘Industrial Energy Management and Utilization’, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1988.

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