Peterson, Kent W.
March 2004
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Mar2004, Vol. 76 Issue 3, pS10
Discusses the conversion of a chilled-water plant from a staged constant-speed pumping configuration to a variable-primary-flow configuration in a hotel in Southern California. Reasons behind the decision of the owner to convert the chilled-water plant; Background on the configuration of the central chiller plant; Information on the estimation of the energy consumption of the chiller; Recommendations on the replacement of chiller plant.


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