life long learning 3l programme

					               Life Long Learning (3L) Programme
                       Two days technical workshop on
                       CHP – Calculation and Simulation

        City                     Date                                  Venue of Workshop

                                                                  ICAR Conference Facilities
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     New Delhi *       21 and 22        April 2008         Indian Council of Agricultural Research,
                                                                    Pusa Road, New Delhi
                                                            Reliance Energy Management Institute,
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      Mumbai *         24 and 25 April 2008            19 Aarey Colony, Opp. Seepz North Gate No. 3,
                                                        J-V Link Road, Goregaon (E), Mumbai 400065

* Corporate discount applicable (Fee for Four Nomination for Fee Rs. 30,000)

1.    Background
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The Energy Conservation Act, 2001 has come into force with effect from 1 March 2002 and it has
been promulgated with a view to provide the necessary thrust to the Energy Conservation Movement
in India. To provide support to energy professionals engaged in energy intensive industries and those
using electricity and heat in their operations, the workshop is organized as part of Life Long Learning
(3L), under Bureau of Energy Efficiency for energy managers and energy auditors and other who can
be benefited with knowledge on CHP.

Life Long Learning (3L) has been launched to update the knowledge of energy professionals on
specialized topics related to new technologies, software in identifying the key areas of high energy
consumption and their minimization.

CHP show a great potential of more than 9,000 MW in India. It is estimated that this potential has not
been realised yet by far. Additionally, existing CHP installations in India show options of improvement
in layout and operation.
In order to increase capacity development in the design, layout and operation of CHP plants, a follow
up workshop to the already held workshops in May and June 2007. (3L - Five - two day workshops
held on Procedures for determining and certifying Combined Heat and Power (CHP) systems at
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Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Kolkata, New Delhi 21 May to 05 June 2007)

The proposed two workshops are outcome of earlier workshops. These workshops will provide hands
on computer and explain all the calculations in the training.

2.    Objective of the Workshop
The two days workshop on “CHP – Calculation and Simulation” is being organized with the main
objective to disseminate information about State–of-Art energy efficient technologies available for
CHP by experts working in this field. Share the experience with the German Experts and have
one-to-one discussion with demonstration of CHP online systems.
Improving design and calculation capacity and best practice operation of industrial CHP plants in India
by using professional power plant simulation programmes. These programmes can be used to
increase efficient operation of existing plant, identify best options for retrofitting plants and to identify
best energy efficient layout of new plants. Better quality of results is quicker possible. New business
options will be possible.

3.    Who should attend
Senior / middle level executives and practitioners of the public and private sector industries, officials
of state energy development agencies who are involved in; Use of power and heat their industry, all
such technical members interested in implementation of CHP in their plants.
 Co-generation & CHP specialist from different sectors of industries, Energy Managers/ Energy
    Auditors/ Energy Audit Firms, CHP technology provider, Equipment supplier for this technology,
    specialised software tools providers.
 Energy management and auditing professionals, want to explore CHP application in industries.
Participants should have a general basic knowledge of thermal processes and waste heat recoveries
and power generation to follow the lectures by experts.

The workshop addresses the following stakeholders:

-   technical staff, who are responsible for instruction of CHP operators to increase efficient operation
    or to identify best retrofit options for the existing plant
-   energy managers and energy management consultancy companies, who want to offer simulation
    or improved engineering of CHP plants as a service.
-   Developers and designers of new CHP plants
After the workshop, the participants will have clear insights to the use of simulation programmes and
learn the benefits of them. The great advantage of applying this cutting edge technology will be clear
and ways of implementing into the business of the company will be addressed.

4. On line learning
-   Focused group of maximum 36 participants
-   12 computers and 36 participants
-   All learning through software on computer
-   Live case studies from Indian/ International Industries




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                                                              12 Computers        36 participants




5. Speakers
       Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), Ministry of Power
       German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) CHP Expert Mr. Thomas Schmitz
       German expert Dr. Karsten Brinkmann on CHP and Stefan Burgmann
       CHP technology providers
       CHP experts from industry.

6. Major Topics for Workshop technical sessions

       Introduction to CHP
       State-of-the art CHP technology
       Case studies from Industries, Barriers / difficulties
       Calculation and Simulation of CHP (online demonstration)
       Different aspects on simulating CHP
       CHP Online systems
     -       Calculation basics of thermodynamics relevant to CHP plants
     -       Prime energy savings (PES) method
     -       Overview of existing simulation programmes
     -       Basics for using such simulation programmes by self learning individually at a PC
     -       Case studies
     -       enlarge of CHP unit (topping cycle, bottoming cycle)
     -       Modernisation: Retrofit of CHP plant components
     -       Identifying most efficient operation
Additional benefits to participants:
   - Prepared website to experience the impact of simulation programmes to workshop
        participants prior to the workshop (tentative)
        http://www.energymanagertraining.com/new_CHP.php
   - Call for essays: Energy efficient layout and operation of CHP plants (with using simulation
        programmes) (winner is invited to present on conference)
   -    The software Demo Dongle with full version for 1 month for Rs. 1000 with option of
        extension up to max. to 3 month only for participants and their companies.


7.   Registration Charges:
         For Energy Auditors & Energy Managers         Rs. 5,000 per participant
         (Who have passed BEE’s National Certification Examination of EM/EA)
         Educational Institute & Government R& D         Rs. 5,000 per participant
         Corporate Participants and others               Rs. 10,000 per participant
         This is a non residential workshop and arrangement for the stay will have to be made by
         participants. However we may help in booking accommodation at the places of Workshops with
         advance intimation. Limited accommodation is available at ICAR at New Delhi at nominal
         charges. (For 21-22 April 2008 workshop at New Delhi) and also at Reliance Energy
         Management Institute (REMI), which can be booked directly. Details are attached.
         All participants get:
             Participation certificate issued by BEE duly signed by DG (BEE).
             Workshop kit: Conference bag, writing note book, pen, learning material hard copy,
              softcopy, website CD, energy management posters.

                                        * CORPORATE DISCOUNT
                                   Rs. 30,000/- fee for Four Nominations

8.       Workshop Registration
         Mr. Anil Sharma                                      For any query:
         Programme Co-ordinator
         Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Ministry of Power,      Mr. Ashok Kumar
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         Sewa Bhawan, 4 Floor, R. K. Puram,                   Advisor – Information
         New Delhi 110 066                                    Indo-German Energy Programme (IGEN)
         Fax: 011- 26178352 Ph.: 011-26179699                 Email: akumar@energymanagertraining.com
         Email:     aks3l@energymanagertraining.com
                    anilks60@gmail.com
For more details log on to www.energymanagertraining.com
Registration: Please send filled in Nomination form along with course fee to the programme
coordinator, with demand draft in favour “Bureau of Energy Efficiency” payable at New Delhi.




             Bureau of Energy Efficiency
         Ministry of Power, Government of India
New Delhi




    For booking contact: Deputy Secretary (GAC), ICAR.
    Telefax: 23381378 (O)    26498520 (R)
    Email: bnr.icar@nic.in Website: www.icar.org.in
    Residential accommodation is available at ICAR Conference facilities on chargeable
    basis and can be booked directly and bill will to be settled by participants.

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      Reliance Energy Management Institute,
      19 Aarey Colony, Opp. Seepz North Gate No. 3,
      J-V Link Road, Goregaon (E), Mumbai 400065

     For booking contact: Mr. Shashikant Sharma, Sr. Manager, REMI
     Mob: 9323551733                 Telephone: +91 22 3009 4402
     Email: shashikant.sharma@relianceada.com
     Residential accommodation is available at REMI on chargeable twin sharing basis,
     and can be booked directly and bill will to be settled by participants.
                   Workshop on Combined Heat & Power

                                            India, April 2008

                  Procedures for determining and certifying
                      CHP Calculation and Simulation

                    Life Long Learning (3L) Programme

    Agenda 1st day
    Morning session 9.30 am to 1 pm : Basics
    •         Introduction of participants and trainers - BEE
    •         CHP-Basics of calculation - Primary Energy Savings Method (PES)
    •         Basics of simulation, participants calculate PES on Web-Models
    •         Basics of calculation demonstrated in Ebsilon and IpsePro
    •         Case Study TU München
    Lunch
    Afternoon session 2 pm to 5 pm : CHP calculation
    •         Participants model the 4 major components of steam cycles
    •         Exercises with simple PES steam cycle design and off-design in IPSEpro
    •         Tools of Simulation - Demands, prices, comparison and solutions
    5 pm to 6 pm : Come together

    Up to 9 pm possibility to model individual with consultancy

    Agenda 2nd day
    Morning session 9.30 am to 1 pm : CHP Calculation
    1.   Design of a more complex and detailed system

         A)     Exercise of modelling working fluid, fuel, air and fluegas
         B)     Exercise of modelling combustion and furnaces
         C)     Exercise of modelling gasturbine and motor systems
         D)     Exercise of modelling chiller engines
    Lunch
    Afternoon session 2 pm to 4 pm : Discussion
    •         Simulation of PES Case studies
    •         Open questions – All
    •         Outlook - the next steps, report on mapping of power plants
    •         Discussion and Summary
The exercises will be interactive.
Each user will get the possibility to model himself on a PC




                                   Workshop on Combined Heat & Power