The evaluation of a central heating system for a government facility
Burns, William J.
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The purpose of this paper is to evaluate an existing government owned and operated central heating system to determine if a more economical method of providing steam requirements can be determined. Five possible solutions are considered. Through cost comparison, the most economic solution is determined, first on the basis of total cost to own and operate, and then on the basis of cost to operate only. The most economic solution is the operation of the existing system with a reduction of personnel.
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