The concept of recirculation as a means of energy conservation and reducing initial investment costs has received increased attention in the technical literature in recent years. This paper will demonstrate the energy savings potential for recirculation systems and will present industrial hygiene measurements to document the performance of an actual system operating in an industrial environment. Operating experience has shown that the dual goals of industrial hygiene and energy conservation are not easily achieved.
Shelton, Richard L., "Industrial Energy Conservation: In-Plant Recirculation of Cleaned Exhaust Air" (1978). UMR-MEC Conference on Energy / UMR-DNR Conference on Energy. 423, pp. 568-575.
5th Annual UMR-DNR Conference on Energy (1978: Oct. 10-12, Rolla, MO)
Article - Conference proceedings
Industrial Energy Conservation I
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12 Oct 1978