A typical industry has an electric power demand that is in excess of its needs. This condition places an unnecessary burden upon the industry and contributes to the current energy crisis. Reduction of demand may be accomplished by a number of methods of control that are examined and evaluated. Standard techniques of engineering analyses and engineering economy have been used to study and analyze an industry selected as an example.
Hegler, Burns E.; Nelson, J. Byron; and Harrell, Rene O., "Reducing Electrical Power Demand for Industries" (1977). UMR-MEC Conference on Energy / UMR-DNR Conference on Energy. 275, pp. 160-167.
4th Annual UMR-DNR Conference on Energy (1977: Oct. 11-13, Rolla, MO)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Article - Conference proceedings
Industrial Energy Management
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13 Oct 1977