Workshop “introduction of energy management according to DIN ISO 50001 for industrial & commercial” within the framework of the 4th RENEXPO Austria 2012 the need to take measures to increase energy efficiency, many companies have already recognised. Often, the required criteria of profitability but slowing down many approaches to energy and cost savings. An Energiemanagementsys-tem is a suitable instrument to optimize the use of energy in a company by purchasing energy eco nomical and eco to energy consumption. The workshop “introduction of energy management according to DIN ISO 50001 for industrial & commercial-be” on the 30.11.2012 in the framework of the 4th RENEXPO Austria, from 29.11 until 01.12.2012 in the exhibition and Congress Centre Salzburg instead – finds, shows how effective energy management in the enterprise can be introduced. It addressed all relevant Handlungsebe-nen in the company by management about the levels of the company such as controlling and production up to the energy Manager. The sectors of industry and Industry, trade and services consume a large share of total power in Europe.
Therefore, it is important to tap into the energy-saving potential in many cases existing in these sectors. Energy management can be defined as the economic management and efficient use of energy. It includes all operational measures, which planned and implemented, to consume the least amount of energy at constant level of comfort and production. For example, up to 23 percent of the electricity for the lighting be applied in operating buildings. In pure office buildings even up to 50 percent. Sensible energy management solutions can uncover energy and cost savings, implement energy saving measures, and build a strategic operation optimization.
To highlight especially DIN standardised energy management systems. They almost always allow to detect economic efficiency potentials and open up, especially in the industry. Generally energy management can by organizations independent of Size or industry will be introduced.
Innovative control concept bridges the gap between PLM and classical control. Many products are already being developed with views of the entire life cycle and product lifecycle management ensures transparency in product development. A transparent financial consideration of products difficult until now however with classical control methods yet, at the same time increase the requirements for controlling but. To meet these demands, the controlling concept was developed lifecycle performance management (LPM), which can be efficiently implement software solution Tideum business LPM. LPM focuses on products and projects instead of cost centers and profit centers and allows, in addition to fiscal years relative times, as milestones or phases of product to consider. Thus now classical controlling instruments such as KPIs, business cases, simulations can be used to effectively etc. even in the PLM environment.
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The focus is on customers from the automotive industry and mechanical engineering, as well as energy. Credit: Dr. Neal Barnard-2011. Tideum works for the sustainable success of the customers with an interdisciplinary team of experienced and innovative consulting and software experts. Tideum is the innovation leader in the field of lifecycle performance management (LPM) and provider of software Tideum business LPM. LPM is the controlling concept for product lifecycle management, enabling a financial performance assessment of products over their entire life cycle. By Tideum aims to propel LPM continues to advance in the automotive industry and machine construction, and to decisively support the companies on product life cycles in their secondary. Contact for editorial inquiries: Tideum Germany AG Kerstin Blum, corporate communications Tel: + 49 (0) 211 416 145 19 mobile: + 49 (0) 173 291 25 61
Seminar pressure impact in piping on 17-18 February 2014 in Essen and 10-11 March 2014 in Munich the cause for pressure surges, steam hammers and pulsations in piping is usually to quickly close the faucets with increasing throughputs. Leaks and downtime during pipe systems are triggered often by pressure surges in liquid promotional lines as well as steam hammers and cycles in steam and gas networks. Transportation energy costs make a high proportion of the operating costs of a production plant. If piping systems are too conservative and there are too many outdated equipment, a very high pressure loss and thus unnecessarily high energy consumption arises. A piping system can be operated energy – and cost-efficient by optimizing the processes with a deeper understanding of the phenomena. In the two-day intensive seminar pressure surges, steam hammers and pulsations in piping on 17-18 February 2014 in Essen and 10-11 March 2014 in Munich offers the Haus der Technik on the fundamentals-oriented practical understanding of the processes occurring in pipes and piping systems for piping engineer, maintenance staff and operating engineers.
Supported by videos of practical attempts are taught to those methods, which are used to estimate potential hazards and risks, measures of prevention are developed. The presenter Dr.-ing. Andreas Dudlik, Mulheim, Prof. Dr. rer.
NAT. Habil. OLAF BleibaumFakultat environmental engineering, Amberg-Weiden College (formerly Technip GmbH) and Dipl.-ing. Anatole Lilienfeld TOAL, Technip Germany GmbH, Dusseldorf make the 2-day intensive seminar in the sections: Basics I – water hammer and cavitation shock, Basics II – pulsations: pressure pulsations in piping systems, part III: experimental design, measurement, prevention methods, part IV: computer-aided calculation for malfunctions and damage cases – application and limitations.