October 21, 2013 – Middletown, OH
The Ohio Center for Industrial Energy Efficiency, Duke Energy, DP&L and AEP are pleased to offer the 1-day class Introduction to Energy Efficiency in Chiller Plant Systems. Participants attending the one-day workshop will learn:
- The fundamentals of chiller plant systems
- To apply a systems approach to improve energy efficiency in chiller plants
- Predictive and preventive maintenance best practices
- To identify and prioritize energy conservation measures in chiller plants
This workshop will provide fundamental information in a practical manner to chiller plant operators, utility engineers, supervisors, energy managers, consultants, etc. Hands-on exercises will provide an understanding of the issues and economic impacts associated with chiller plant operations.
The workshop uses actual operating data from existing chiller plants to demonstrate the impact of energy conservation measures. Participants will have the ability to take some of the Fault Detection and Diagnostics (FD&D) techniques and directly apply them at their facility.
The participants are expected to bring basic information of their chiller plant system to allow them to better understand and comprehend the course. Additionally, group discussions and one-on-one interactions with the instructors will be highly encouraged.
Mr. Riyaz Papar, PE, CEM
Mr. Papar is currently Director, Energy and Carbon Services at Hudson Technologies Company, USA. He has almost 25 years of experience in Industrial Energy Systems and best practices.
Mr. Papar is an Instructor and an International Energy Expert for the US DOE and UNIDO. He is responsible for the development and delivery of capacity building, energy assessments and project implementation for industrial system optimization in the US and several countries world-wide. Mr. Papar has worked and/or provided energy consulting services in 100+ industrial plants in the US and internationally. He has also provided best practices training to over 2,000 plant personnel.
Mr. Papar has been the past Chair of ASME’s Process Industries Division and ASHRAE’s Technical Committees on Centrifugal Machines (TC8.2) and Cogeneration Systems (TC1.10). Mr. Papar is a registered and licensed professional Mechanical Engineer. His graduate-level education specialized in the area of thermal engineering (heat transfer, energy conversion, refrigeration, etc.). Mr. Papar is the author of more than 40 Technical Publications in Journals, Conference Proceedings & Trade Magazines.
Mr. Joe Longo
Mr. Longo has over 38 years in the design, installation, and service of large commercial and industrial air conditioning and refrigeration systems. His experience includes the evaluation and redesign of HVAC systems in the paper industry, chemical plants, utility plants and large polymer extrusion and injection molding facilities as well as the design and installation of chiller systems in special applications. These include Class 100 Clean Rooms, operating rooms, laboratory applications, manufacturing cooling tunnels and industrial exhaust and make-up air systems.
Mr. Longo holds certifications for both Universal Refrigerants (Section 608) and Automotive Refrigerants (Section 609) as well as HAZMAT Emergency Response Training per OSHA 1910.120(q)(6)(iii). He is a member of ASHRAE Technical Committee 3.2 (Refrigerant System Chemistry), and Technical Committee 3.3 (Control of Moisture and other Contaminants in Refrigerant Systems). Mr. Longo holds Bachelor and Master Degrees in Mechanical Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology.
8:00 – 8:30 am Registration
8:30 – 12:00 pm Morning Session
- The Systems Approach
- Fundamentals of Refrigeration
- Basic Chiller Components
- Types of Chillers
- Chiller Plant Efficiency Calculations
12:00 – 1:00 pm Lunch
1:00 – 4:00 pm Afternoon Session
- Predictive and Preventive Maintenance Best Practices
- Gap Analysis – Identifying Inefficiencies
- Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs)