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|dc.creator||Leach, M. D.|
|dc.creator||Colburn, B. K.|
|dc.description.abstract||This paper provides a synopsis of the practical application of part-load cogeneration technology to a large university campus for providing new chilled water and steam requirements for expansion needs, and simultaneously providing these utilities at no out of pocket cost to the institution using the innovative financing mechanism of performance contracting, in which project savings pay for the investment. In addition, the work is performed via a cogeneration system operating most of the year at part-load. This mechanical cogeneration project, as it provides a dual thermal benefit from a single input energy source.||en|
|dc.publisher||Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.eslwin.tamu.edu)|
|dc.subject||Part-Load Cogeneration Technology||en|
|dc.title||$18.7 Million Paid From Savings Variable Load Mechanical Cogeneration Project at Louisiana State University||en|
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