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EXECUTIVE PROGRAM ON ENERGY MANAGEMENT INDUSTRIAL ENERGY MODULES

Offered by

School of Mechanical & Production Engineering NANYANG TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY


In collaboration with

Energy Market Authority & Ministry of the Environment 15 19 October, 2001 NTU Executive Centre (Orchard Rd)
Level
Time Date 0900 - 1200 Energy Overview. Energy Market De-regulation. Incentive Schemes Speakers : Assoc Prof Ho Hiang Kwee (NTU) and Ms Latha Ganesh (EMA) Energy Management Program and Energy Audit for Industry Speaker: Assoc Prof Tay Seow Ngie (NTU) Air Conditioning and Chillers. Clean Rooms and Industrial Ventilation Speaker: Assoc Prof Wong Yew Wah (NTU) 1400 - 1700 Energy and the Environment. Environmental Regulations Related to Energy Use Speakers : Assoc Prof Ho Hiang Kwee (NTU) and Mr Lim Choon Howe (ENV) Financial Analysis of Energy Conservation Projects

15 Oct 2001

Executive Level

Monday

16 Oct 2001 Tuesday

Speaker : Assoc Prof Ramli Osman (NTU)


Industrial Boilers and Steam Plant Management. Combustion Process and Monitoring Speakers : Assoc Prof Ramli Osman and Assoc Prof Tay Seow Ngie (NTU) Compressors and Compressed Air Systems. Vacuum Systems. Speaker : Assoc Prof Patrick Chua Soon Keong (NTU) Advanced Integrated/ Distributed Energy Systems. Modeling and Simulation of Thermal Systems. Speaker : Assoc Prof Ho Hiang Kwee (NTU)

17 Oct 2001 Wednesday

Engineering Level

18 Oct 2001 Thursday

Heat Exchangers, Waste Heat Recovery, and Thermal Insulation for Energy Conservation Speaker : Assoc Prof Tso Chih Ping (NTU) Electrical Load Management and Electric Motors Speaker : Asst Prof Chen Shiun (NTU)

19 Oct 2001 Friday

EXECUTIVE PROGRAM FOR ENERGY MANAGEMENT INDUSTRIAL ENERGY MODULES


School of Mechanical & Production Engineering Nanyang Technological University INTRODUCTION The rising cost of energy, heightened public concern about the environmental impacts of energy use, and the rapid liberalization of the power and energy industry throughout the world have combined to increase the relevance and importance of energy management and conservation in an increasingly technological and resource-hungry world. In response, the School of Mechanical & Production Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, in collaboration with the Energy Market Authority (EMA) and the Ministry of the Environment (ENV), is offering a series of energy-related training modules under the Executive Program for Energy Management.

OBJECTIVES These training modules will equip executives, managers and engineers who are involved or interested in energy-related activities, with up-to-date knowledge on a variety of energy conservation and management topics and issues. This will enhance their ability to evaluate, formulate and implement rational and efficient energy policies, measures, and systems to ensure energy resources are utilized optimally, and with minimal impact to the environment.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW The Industrial Energy Modules of the Executive Program for Energy Management will consist of :A. Executive Level Modules (4 modules, 2 days) B. Engineering Level Modules (6 modules, 3 days) Summaries of the various 3-hour modules are provided below. The instructors for the various modules include experienced professors of NTU and senior engineers and managers from statutory boards, government bodies and industry. Course attendees can choose the individual modules that they wish to attend, and all participants with at least 75% attendance will be issued with a certificate of attendance. The Building Energy Modules of the Program will be offered separately at a later date (probably around March, 2002).

A. EXECUTIVE LEVEL MODULES (4 modules, 2 days) 1. Energy Overview. Energy Market De-regulation. Incentive Schemes (NTU - Assoc Prof Ho Hiang Kwee, and EMA - Ms Latha Ganesh) Overview of international, regional and local energy situations. Review and discussion of international, regional (e.g. APEC, ASEAN) as well as local issues and developments related to energy policy, including market liberalisation and de-regulation. Role and relevance of incentive schemes in the achievement of energy policy and goals. 2. Energy and the Environment. Environmental Regulations Related to Energy Use. (NTU - Assoc Prof Ho Hiang Kwee and ENV - Mr. Lim Choon Howe) Environmental impacts of energy use. International and national-level energy and environmental agreements and regulations. Topics such as the Montreal and Kyoto Protocols, energy efficiency standards and regulations for industry, transportation and consumer products, as well as water and air pollution regulations and emission standards will be discussed. 3. Energy Management Program and Energy Audit for Industry (NTU- Assoc Prof Tay Seow Ngie) Objectives and scopes of energy management. Basic requirements for successful execution of energy management program. Implementation and maintenance of an energy management program with anticipated problems from past experiences. Case study. Energy audit the key to an effective energy management program. Historical audit and analysis, General survey on processes and equipment. Daily monitoring and control. Diagnostic audit and retrofit 4. Financial Analysis of Energy Conservation Projects (NTU - Assoc Prof Ramli Osman) Methods for evaluating investment worth. Time value of money. Discounted cash flow methods and life cycle cost analysis. Accounting for inflation and energy price escalation. Case studies and worked examples.

B. ENGINEERING LEVEL MODULES (6 modules, 3 days) 1. Air Conditioning and Chillers. Clean Rooms and Industrial Ventilation. (NTU Assoc Prof Wong Yew Wah) Fundamentals of air-conditioning systems and their operation. Reducing load from envelope, internal electrical and mechanical services. Energy efficiency in operating and maintaining the air-conditioning systems and plant. Understanding cooling source and loads. Chilled water systems. Matching pumps to systems. Control of chiller plants. Clean rooms and industrial ventilation. 2. Industrial Boilers and Steam Plant Management. Combustion Process and Monitoring. (NTU - Assoc Prof Ramli Osman and Assoc Prof Tay Seow Ngie )

Industrial boilers and steam generation. Boiler efficiency. Boiler losses and performance measurement. Steam distribution and consumption monitoring Condensate recovery Other opportunities in energy savings in boilers and steam plants. Fundamentals of combustion. Types of fuels and burners. Combustion monitoring instruments. Combustion efficiency. Heat loss estimation. Combustion products and pollution. 3. Heat Exchangers, Waste Heat Recovery, and Thermal Insulation for Energy Conservation (NTU- Assoc Prof Tso Chih Ping) Identifying potential for waste heat recovery. Analysis based on First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics. Heat exchangers and other waste heat recovery systems and equipment. Types of insulation materials. Service temperature ranges. Typical insulation properties. Insulation and heat loss calculations. Industrial insulation applications and installation methods. The economics of insulation. Case studies in industries. Work exercises. 4. Compressors and Compressed Air Systems. Vacuum Systems. (NTU - Assoc Prof Patrick Chua) Introduction. Types of air compressors. Components of compressed air systems. Assessment of air consumption of a plant. Selection of compressor and ancillary equipment. Compressor installation. Compressor power requirement. Energy savings for existing installation. Heat recovery from compressors. Vacuum Systems. Energy considerations of new installation. Case studies. 5. Electrical Load Management and Electric Motors (NTU-Asst Prof Chen Shiun) Electricity tariff. Maximum demand management. Power factor control. Energy management system (EMS), Selecting efficient electric motors. Case studies 6. Advanced Integrated/ Distributed Energy Systems. Modeling and Simulation of Thermal Systems. (NTU - Assoc Prof Ho Hiang Kwee) Potential application of distributed and integrated energy systems in a de-regulated energy market. Computer-based tools for modeling and simulation of thermal energy systems. Application to central power generation facilities (including combined cycle plants), centralised cooling systems for multiple users (district cooling) and industrial plants with combined heating, power and refrigeration requirements (including cogeneration systems).

PROFILES OF THE INDUSTRIAL MODULES LECTURERS Patrick Chua Soon Keong BEng(Hons), PhD Liv, CEng., MIMechE., MIES, SrMSME, MIMgt, MASME Dr. Patrick S K Chua worked as an assistant technical manager in a woodworking and machine tool company before joining National Semiconductor Pte Ltd as lead R & D engineer and subsequently as R & D manager before joining Nanyang Technological University as a lecturer. Presently as an associate professor, his research interests are in the areas of automated assembly, fluid power technology, condition monitoring and fault diagnosis. He served in the executive council of the Singapore Industrial Automation Association from 1985 1992 and is a Chartered Engineer. Latha Ganesh BSc(Chemical Engineering) Mrs Latha R Ganesh is a Executive Engineer in the Energy Conservation Branch of the Energy Market Authority and has been involved in energy conservation since 1987 under the then PUB. She has a wide experience in energy auditing for both industrial and commercial sectors. As a member in technical workgroups on energy efficiency, she has contributed her expertise in the area of energy and has presented papers at national and international seminars and workshops. Ho Hiang Kwee SM MIT, BEng Newcastle (UK), MASME, MIMarE, AMIEEE, CEng Associate Professor Ho Hiang Kwee began his engineering career as a marine engineer, both as a seagoing engineer, and as an owner representative in ship construction projects. At NTU, he teaches Sustainable Energy, and Thermodynamics in the School of Mechanical and Production Engineering, and is involved in research related to advanced and integrated energy systems and power plants, including gas turbine and fuel cell systems. He represented NTU in the government's Inter-Agency Committee on Energy Efficiency (2000-1), and is currently a member of the R&D Workgroup of the National Energy Efficiency Committee. Chen Shiun PhD, BEng (Hons) Cant, MIEEE Dr. Chen Shiun is an Assistant Professor in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of Nanyang Technological University. Proir to joining NTU in 1998, he was with the University of Canterbury, New Zealand working on various aspects of electrical power quality. His research interests include power quality, computer analysis of power systems, and software and information engineering. Lim Choon Howe, Alvin BEng Tokyo IT Mr Lim has worked in ENV for about 1 1/2 years. He was as an Electrical Engineer with the Engineering Services Department at Senoko Incineration Plant. Since May 2001, he has been with the Energy Conservation section in the newly formed Resource Conservation Department in ENV to promote energy efficiency in Singapore.

Ramli Bin Osman MSc NUS, BESc W. Ontario (Canada), MIES, PEng Prior to joining the then Nanyang Technological Institute in 1981, Associate Professor Ramli Osman held various posts in the Public Utilities Board and Development Resources Pte Ltd, culminating in the post of Chief Engineer (Boiler Section) in Development Resources Pte Ltd. At NTU, his teaching and research activities are focused mainly in the area of heat transfer, energy management and combustion process. He is a registered Registered Professional Engineer in Singapore and member of the Institution of Engineers, Singapore. Tay Seow Ngie PhD C.N.A.A., MSc Manc., Assoc. UMIST, BEng Sing., MIMechE, MInstE, MIES, PEng Dr. Tay Seow Ngie is an Associate Professor in the School of Mechanical and Production Engineering, Nanyang Technological University. He has more than 25 years of experience in industries and tertiary education, research and consultancy services, particularly in the areas of industrial energy management and fluid machine systems application. Tso Chih Ping PhD Cal, SM MIT, BTech Loughboro', FIMechE, FIES, FIEM, FInstP Dr. Tso Chih Ping is an Associate Professor in the School of Mechanical and Production Engineering of Nanyang Technological University. His research interests are in the basic and applied aspects of thermal engineering. Prior to joining NTU, he was with the University of Malaya in Malaysia, and before that worked with the electricity board in various power stations in Malaysia. Wong Yew Wah MSc, NUS, BEng Sing., MIES, MIEAust., MCIBSE, MASHRAE, MAIRAH, CEng, CPEng (Aust), PEng Mr. Wong Yew Wah is an Associate Professor in the School of Mechanical and Production Engineering. He has many years of experience in the design of air-conditioning systems and building services. His areas of interest include building energy efficiency, fire safety, ventilation and indoor air quality. He is Deputy Chair for the PSB TC on Building Services and he served on the working group for the revision of CP 13:1999 and CP 24:1999. He was President of the ASHRAE Singapore Chapter in 1992-93 and the current Regional ViceChair for Technical, Energy and Government Activities for ASHRAE Region 13.

EXECUTIVE PROGRAM ON ENERGY MANAGEMENT


Course Details
Industrial Energy Modules (Executive Level) Date: 15to 16 Oct 2001 Closing Date: 1 Oct 2001 Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm Venue: NTU Executive Centre (Orchard Rd) Course Fee: (inclusive of 3% GST) Standard: S$680 Alumni: S$510 Group*: S$620 Industrial Energy Modules (Engineering Level) Date: 17 to 19 Oct 2001 Closing Date: 3 Oct 2001 Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm Venue: NTU Executive Centre (Orchard Rd) Course Fee: (inclusive of 3% GST) Standard: S$880 Alumni: S$660 Group*: S$800

Remarks: If a participant is eligible for more than one discount, he/she can claim only one of the discounts. Request for discount should be made during application. No request for discount will be entertained thereafter. * Group Discount- Valid with group registrations of at least three participants from the same organisation at one time. Certificates: Certificates of attendance will be given to participants with at least 75% attendance of the course

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