The studies involve measuring electrical parameters for the motor at no load and normal load operation as
well as stator resistance motor speed to assess operating efficiency of the individual equipment.
The studies are tailored to meet the specific plant requirements and are difficult to generalize. However, the
typical scope of the work studies could cover
Computing / Measuring the fluid flow rate of the waste stream at the inlet of the recovery system
Gauging the temperature drop across the recovery system for the waste stream
Assessing the heat generation in the system, if applicable
Computing / Estimating the total heat recovered in the system
Computing / Measuring the fluid flow rate of the recovery stream at the inlet of the recovery system
Gauging the temperature drop across the recovery system for the recovery stream
Assessing the heat transferred to the recovery stream an analyzing the gaps, if applicable
Assessing the heat losses through various sources.
Carrying heat and mass balance analysis
Assessing the performance and suggesting ways for improvement, as applicable
Submitting the report
A team of one engineer is deputed to carry out the studies and furnishing the report. The field visit is typically
for 5 to 6 hours; during which up to 4 measurements can be carried out depending upon initial preparations,
conditions of motors and cabling systems and support from the plant team.