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Author: Barney L. Capehart Ph.D. CEM,Wayne C. Turner Ph.D. PE CEM,William J. Kennedy Ph.D. PE
ISBN: 1439883483
Subcategory: Engineering
Pages 635 pages
Publisher Fairmont Press; 7 edition (August 18, 2011)
Language English
Category: Engineering
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 493
ePUB size: 1184 kb
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eBook Guide to Energy Management, Seventh Edition download

by Barney L. Capehart Ph.D. CEM,Wayne C. Turner Ph.D. PE CEM,William J. Kennedy Ph.D. PE


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A whole systems viewpoint to energy management is required to ensure that many important activities will be examined and optimized. Presently, many businesses and industries are adopting a Total Quality Management (TQM) strategy for improving their operations.

Written by three of the most respected energy professionals in the industry, this book examines the fundamental objectives of energy management, and illustrates techniques and tools proven effective for achieving results.

Capehart, Barney . Turner, Wayne . Kennedy, William . You will get a PDF (5MB) file. Kennedy, William J. ISBN-13: 9781439883488.

PE CEM; William J. Kennedy P. 9. Guide to Energy Management. Capehart B. L. Kennedy William J. Turner Wayne C. Capehart Barney L. Published by Taylor & Francis Group.

CEM; Wayne C. PE CEM; William J. ISBN 10: 1439883483 ISBN 13: 9781439883488.

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Completely revised and edited throughout, this latest edition includes new chapters on creating green buildings and web-based building automation controls along with a comprehensive revision of the chapter on lighting. Written by three of the most respected energy professionals in the industry, this book examines the fundamental objectives of energy management and illustrates techniques and tools proven effective for achieving results. Topics include distributed generation, energy auditing, rate structures, and economic evaluation techniques as well as lighting efficiency improvement, HVAC optimization, combustion and use of industrial wastes, and steam generation and distribution system performance.
Kamick
The book to buy is this one: "Guide to Energy Management", by Capehart, Turner and Kennedy. This is "the bible" for the fundamentals of energy management. Like the other reviewer (Anthony Duer), I started with "The Energy Management Handbook", which proved to be a waste of my time and money. It appeared to be a compilation of material from different sources; poorly edited, and disjunct. The "Guide" is the one.
Anarius
Great reference for a college student or someone getting their feet wet, but is now dated. There is very limited material on new high performance buildings and equipment, and lots of time spent of boiler technologies that you would be hard pressed to find.
lubov
I've been studying for the CEM exam and started off with the Energy Management Handbook, which proved to be confusing, poor edited, and went way too in depth on edge cases. This book, instead, is much more of an overview, opting to teach the concepts rather than the minutia. If you're studying for the CEM exam, start here. If a particular topic interests you, then read the handbook.
Zacki
Great, as listed
Lestony
Great book for starters!
Swift Summer
Great book
AfinaS
The book is very well laid out and contains step by step solution to procatical problems for each chapter. The authors' experience in real world helps the reader gain that experience from using this book.
As a text book, it has valuable information, but it has numerous spelling errors, and is very, very tough to read through. Most of the statistic information would better served with a graphic, and a quick explanation.