Accession Number : ADA330273

Title :   Increment A and B Study at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland.

Descriptive Note : Final rept.

Corporate Author : WESTON (ROY F) INC WEST CHESTER PA

Personal Author(s) : Gidwani, B. N.

PDF Url : ADA330273

Report Date : MAR 1988

Pagination or Media Count : 31

Abstract : This report presents the results of the Energy Engineering Analysis Program. The study includes identification and evaluation of specific energy conservation opportunities that are applicable to the 44 buildings at Aberdeen and Edgewood. The Increments of Work to be provided as stated in the Scope of Work: Increment A - Projects involving modifying, improving or retrofitting existing buildings to make them more energy efficient. Increment B - Energy conservation investigations of utilities and energy distribution systems, and energy monitoring and control systems (EMCS). The study involved field surveying the various buildings to find out the present operating conditions and schedules, and to identify energy conservation opportunities that may be applicable. Detailed calculations were performed to evaluate the opportunities and package them into QRIP/PECIP projects. This report presents the results of the Energy Engineering Analysis Program conducted by Roy F. Weston, Inc. at the Aberdeen and Edgewood Areas of Aberdeen Proving Grounds under Contract No. DACA-65-84-C-0105. The study includes identification and evaluation of specific energy conservation opportunities that are applicable to the 44 buildings at Aberdeen and Edgewood. The Increments of Work to be provided as stated in the Scope of Work: Increment A - Projects involving modifying, improving or retrofitting existing buildings to make them more energy efficient. Increment B - Energy conservation investigations of utilities and energy distribution systems, and energy monitoring and control systems (EMCS). The study involved field surveying the various buildings to find out the present operating conditions and schedules, and to identify energy conservation opportunities that may be applicable.

Descriptors :   *ENERGY CONVERSION, *ENERGY CONSERVATION, *ENERGY CONSUMPTION, MARYLAND, CONTROL SYSTEMS, MONITORING, ARMY FACILITIES, SURVEYS, RETROFITTING.

Subject Categories : Non-electrical Energy Conversion
      Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE