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					              Mill Energy Summary and Analysis
                                     sponsored by:

       TAPPI Steam, Power and Energy Management Committee



           Thank you for participating in the Mill Energy Survey!

Purpose:
           Process energy consumption is a function of feedstock, technology,
           maintenance and operations.

           This Summary and Analysis will provide an initial summary and periodic
           reference to help Pulp and Paper engineers better understand the range and
           potential of energy requirements for specific processes.

           As Mill conditions and operations change, and process changes come on-
           line, this Analysis will demonstrate the net change of energy consumption by
           each process area.


           TAPPI respects the confidential nature of each Mill's process information,
           and this Analysis may be used for strictly internal purposes. To maintain
           confidentiality, information is analyzed on a per-unit of production basis. The
           Mill's actual production rates are not reported in the printouts. This may
           provide an opporunity for Mill Engineers to compare energy consumption
           data with peers.

Data Input Methods:
           The following pages are designed be be completed interactively (point and
           click on the spreadsheet).

           Some general site information will need to be specified only once.

           Some information can be provided by clicking the appropriate check box or
           boxes.                   Click here to test!


           In a few places, text entry is needed. Please place entry in the outlined block.

           Most of the data requested is numerical, on a per-unit of production basis.
           Recognizing that Mill data is frequently reported on a totalized basis for an
           accounting period,
           calculation templates (scratchpads) have been placed adjacent to
           appropriate data fields.
           These are provided to simplify conversion from typical Mill reporting units to
           generic per-unit of production basis.
           Mill specific data can be entered in the blue fields;
           the conversion to per-unit of production is reported in green,
           and arrows indicate where the converted data should be entered on the
           survey form.




                                                            Page 1 3c34a2c2-5d12-49d2-889f-8f8c95b8b1c0.xls Introduction
Data Input Methods: (continued)

           When there are two or more operating units, like Paper Machines, to be
           reported, use the parallel columns on the scratchpad to evaluate each data
           set.

           Once the per-unit data is entered on the survey form, delete the entries from
           the scratchpad to preserve Mill data confidentiality.


Results:   Please select all TABS from Cover to Paper Machines, and print as a set.




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                         CREDITS
This DRAFT benchmarking tool has been developed at the direction and under
the guidance of:

Energy Subcommittee
Steam & Power/Energy Management Committee
of the TAPPI Engineering Division

The primary editor of this spreadsheet-based document is:

           Tom Harriz, PE
           Power Process Engineer
           Jacobs Engineering
           1041 E Butler Road
           Greenville, SC 29607
           864-676-6883 (V)
           864-676-6005 (F)
           Tom.Harriz@Jacobs.com


Please direct you questions, comments and recommendations for the use of or
improving this document to any officer of the Steam & Power/Energy Management
Committee, or this editor directly.




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    Mill Energy Summary and Analysis
                   sponsored by:

TAPPI Steam, Power and Energy Management Committee




             This summary represents operations at:




     Over the operating period:


     From                  To:




                             Page 4 3c34a2c2-5d12-49d2-889f-8f8c95b8b1c0.xls Cover
                                                        Winter Minimum Temperature Zones
               General Mill Data


 Select Mill location:
 Use known ZONE or select based on
 map color code.                                                                                                        1


    Zones 1 - 4    Northern
less than -20F Min - Above Green band
                                                    2
  Zones 5 - 6      Middle
-20 to 0F Min - Green or Yellow band                3

 Zones 7 - 11      Southern
                                                                                                                    5
greater than 0 F min - Below Yellow band
                                                                                                                    6
                                                                                                                7
                                                    4
                                                                                                                8
 Zone 1: below -46 C (below -50 F)
                                                                                                         9
 Zone 2: -46 to -40 C (-50 to -40 F)
 Zone 3: -40 to -34 C (-40 to -30 F)                                                                         10
 Zone 4: -34 to -29 C (-30 to -20 F)                                                       11
 Zone 5: -29 to -23 C (-20 to -10 F)
 Zone 6: -23 to -18 C (-10 to 0 F)
 Zone 7: -18 to -12 C (0 to 10 F)
 Zone 8: -12 to -7 C (10 to 20 F)
 Zone 9: -7 to -1 C (20 to 30 F)
 Zone 10: -1 to 4 C (30 to 40 F)
 Zone 11: above 4 C (above 40 F)



                                                        % Internal Steam
                                                        from By-Product % Internal Steam
                                                            Bark and      from Liquor
                            % Purchased    % Sold        purchased fuels    Recovery
            Steam Supply




                                                        % Self-Generated      % Self-             % Self-
                            % Purchased    % Sold          Stm Turbs       Generated Gas         Generated
           Electric Power                                                      Turbs            Hydroelectric




                                                        Page 5             3c34a2c2-5d12-49d2-889f-8f8c95b8b1c0.xls General
This Scratchpad can be used to develop inputs.
Clear INPUT Fields when complete to preserve confidentiality
       800,000 mlb/accounting period - Total Steam Generation
       350,000 mlb/accounting period - Recovery Boiler Steam Generation
        20,000 mlb/accounting period - Purchased Steam
           -    mlb/accounting period - Sold Steam
             35 days/accounting period
       820,000 mlb/accounting period - Total Steam Supplied to Site (not incl Sales)
          976.2 mlb/hr - Average

 Purchased                       Internal Steam
Steam - % of      Sold Steam - %     from by-                                   Note: Does not
Total supplied        of Total    product bark     Internal Steam from    total 100% w/Steam
    to Site         Generation   and purch fuels     Liquor Recovery               Sale
     2.4%               0.0%           54.9%              42.7%                  100.0%




   30,240,000     kWh/period - generated w/steam turbine generators
   20,000,000     kWh/period - generated w/gas turbines
    5,000,000     kWh/period - generated w/hydro
      500,000     kWh/Period Sold
   20,000,000     kWh/period Purchased
   74,740,000     kWh/Period used by Site (not including sales)
             35   days/accounting period for electricity
       83,619     kW avg demand
  Purchased        Sold kWh % of Self-Generated Self-Generated Gas          Self-Generated
  kWh % of              Total       Stm Turbs %          Turbs % of Gen     Hydro % of Gen
  Total Site
    26.8%            Generation
                        0.9%           of Gen
                                        54.7%                36.2%               9.1%




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       Woodyard Energy Usage
                   Line 1      Line 2      Line 3

Feedstock          for swing lines, mark all that apply if individual data is not available.
     Hardwood
     Softwood
     Other
     Species

Feedstock       select one per Line
     Roundwood
     Long Wood?                                        Check for 'Yes', leave blank for Short Wood
     Chips
     Sawdust

Debarking Method
     Barrel
     Ring
     Other

Chip Transport
      Pneumatic
      Mechanical

Energy Usage:

     Electricity                                       kWh/Net Bone Dry Ton of Screened Chips


Water Used for Log Debarking/Washing
                  Gal/Net Bone Dry Ton of Screened Chips
     Fresh
     Reused




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Sample Data supplied as example only - replace with Mill Data
  Line 1       Line 2       Line 3

This Scratchpad can be used to develop inputs.
Clear INPUT Fields when complete to preserve confidentiality
    180,000      180,000      180,000 kWh/Electricity Billing Period
          35           35           35 Days/Elec Billing Period - defaults to Accounting Period, defined below
     40,000       40,000       40,000 As-Recieved Cords/Woodyard Accounting Period
          35           35           35 Days/Accounting Period
      1,143        1,143        1,143 Cords/day
         1.5          1.5          1.5 Tons/Cord - as recieved
      50.0%        50.0%        50.0% As Recieved moisture %
     60,000       60,000       60,000 Wet Tons Recieved/Woodyard Accounting Period - calculation may be replaced by data
      1,714        1,714        1,714 Wet Tons/Day Recieved - calculation may be replaced by data
      10.0%        10.0%        10.0% Woodyard and Debarking Loss % of total Wood Recieved
       5.0%         5.0%         5.0% Chip Screening Loss % of Total Chips
 12,900,000 12,900,000 12,900,000 Gallons of log and chip Wash Water/Woodyard Accounting Period




      5,143        5,143         5,143    kWh/Day - calculation may be replaced by data
         733          733           733   Net Bone Dry Tons/Day Screened Chips
         7.0          7.0           7.0   kWh/Net Bone Dry Ton of Screened Chips
         503          503           503   gal/Net Bone Dry Ton of Screened Chips




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                   Pulp Mill Energy Usage
                                 Line 1    Line 2    Line 3

Type of Pulp
      Kraft - Sulfate
                   Sulfite

Feedstock
      Hardwood
      Softwood
      Other

Feedstock
      Roundwood
      Chips
      Sawdust

Digesters
      Batch
      Continuous

Process
      Kraft (sulfate)
      Sulfite
      Semi-Chemical
      Mechanical

Yield % Bone Dry Washed Pulp / Bone Dry Feedstock




Energy:

                                 mmBtu/Ton Bone Dry Washed Pulp
       Med Pres Steam (>100#)
       Low Pres Steam (<100#)

Steam Condensate Returned - % of Steam Supplied
           For Steam Generation                                 decimal %
              For Process Water

Where Steam Enthalpy Drop is:

For Preheating Liquor:           Steam Enthalpy Supplied - Condensate Enthalpy Returned
For Direct Heating:              Steam Enthalpy Supplied - Avg Cooking Liquor Enthalpy


Water Used for Pulp Washing:     Gal/Ton Bone Dry Washed Pulp
      Fresh
      Reused




                                                               Page 9                 3c34a2c2-5d12-49d2-889f-8f8c95b8b1c0.xls Pulp Mill
Sample Data supplied as example only - replace with Mill Data




  Line 1      Line 2       Line 3

This Scratchpad can be used to develop inputs.
Clear INPUT Fields when complete to preserve confidentiality
    23,000     23,000      23,000 Tons/Accounting Period Chips Supplied
         35          35         35 days/Accounting Period
     45.0%       45.0%      45.0% moisture in Chips supplied
     7,000       7,000      7,000 Tons/Accounting Period Air Dry Washed Pulp
       10%         10%        10% Moisture in Air Dry Pulp
       180         180        180 Tons/Day Bone Dry Washed Pulp (calculated)

    49.8%       49.8%       49.8%    Yield - Bone Dry Pulp/Bone Dry Feed
 ########    ########    ########    Avg lbs Steam/Accounting Period
        35          35          35   days/Accounting Period
      425         425         425    Steam Temperature Supplied
      150         150         150    PSIG - Steam Pressure Supplied
      220         220         220    Deg F - Steam Condensate or Cooking Liquor Temp
      200         200         200    Tons/Day Air Dry Washed Pulp
     10%         10%         10%     Moisture in Air Dry Pulp
      180         180         180    Tons/Day Bone Dry Washed Pulp (calculated)
 #NAME?      #NAME?      #NAME?      Btu/lb Enthalpy drop (calculated)
  #NAME?      #NAME?      #NAME?     Million Btu/Ton Bone Dry Pulp (calculated)




 5,000,000   5,000,000   5,000,000   gallons Washwater/Accounting Period
        35          35          35   days/Accounting Period
       145         145         145   Washed Air Dry Tons/Day
      10%         10%         10%    Moisture in Air Dry Pulp
     130.5       130.5       130.5   Tons/Day Bone Dry Washed Pulp (calculated or linked)
      1095        1095        1095   gallons/Ton Bone Dry Pulp (calculated)




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                Recycle Pulp

                                              Line 1   Line 2   Line 3
Feedstock
            OCC
            Newsprint
            MOW

Makeup Water Supply
        Fresh

            Recycled from other processes

Fiber Loss wt% of Bone Dry Feedstock
Filler Loss wt% of Bone Dry Feedstock

Brightness:

Energy:
                        Electricity kWh/Ton

          Steam mmBtu/Ton Bone Dry Pulp
            High Pressure (>100#)
            Low Pressure (<100#)

              Water gal/Ton Bone Dry Pulp




                                                                                                35
                                                                                              500




                                                                   Page 11   3c34a2c2-5d12-49d2-889f-8f8c95b8b1c0.xls Recycle Pulp
Sample Data supplied as example only - replace with Mill Data
   Line 1         Line 2         Line 3
This Scratchpad can be used to develop inputs.
Clear INPUT Fields when complete to preserve confidentiality
       14,000        14,000          14,000 Pulp Tons Produced per Accounting Period - Air Dry Basis
        10.0%          10.0%          10.0% moisture in Air Dry Pulp
            35             35             35 Days per Accounting Period
        10.0%          10.0%          10.0% moisture in Feedstock
          1750          1750            1750 Tons per Accounting Period sludge effluent - Air Dry Basis
        10.0%          10.0%          10.0% moisture in Air Dry Sludge
        10.0%          10.0%          10.0% Fiber content of Sludge - % of Bone Dry Sludge
          450            450            450 Tons per day Feedstock as-recieved
          405            405            405 Tons per day Feedstock Bone Dry Basis

           360            360             360   net Fiber recovered - Bone Dry Tons per day
            45             45              45   Sludge - Bone Dry Tons per day
           4.5            4.5             4.5   Fiber Loss in Sludge - Bone Dry Tons per day
          40.5           40.5            40.5   Filler removed - Bone Dry Tons per day
         1.1%           1.1%            1.1%    Fiber Loss - % of Bone Dry Feedstock
        10.0%          10.0%           10.0%    Filler Loss - % of Bone Dry Feedstock

     250,000         250,000        250,000 kWh/Accounting Period
           35              35             35 Days per Accounting Period
         19.8            19.8           19.8 kWh per Bone Dry Ton of Deink Pulp

     16,800          16,800         16,800      Steam - mlb/Accounting Period
          65              65             65     psig - Steam Pressure supplied
         325             325            325     Deg F - Steam Temperature Applied
         150             150            150     Deg F - Steam condensate (if any) or process supply Temperature
          35              35             35     days per Accounting Period
  #NAME?          #NAME?         #NAME?         million Btu/Bone Dry Ton of Deink Pulp

        6.300          6.300           6.300 million gal/Accounting Period
            35             35              35 Days per Accounting Period
          500            500             500 gal per Bone Dry Ton of Deink Pulp




                                                          Page 12             3c34a2c2-5d12-49d2-889f-8f8c95b8b1c0.xls Recycle Pulp
                         Bleach Plant Energy Usage
                                             Line 1    Line 2     Line 3

Type of Pulp
                Kraft - Sulfate                                               Click on Boxes to make selection
                Sulfite
                Recycle
                Mechanical

Feedstock
                Hardwood
                Softwood
                Other

Bleach sequence includes:
              A (acid)                                                        Please Check all that apply
              C (elemental chlorine)
              D (chlorine dioxide)
              E (caustic extraction)
              H (hypochlorite)
              O (oxygen)                                                           Oxygen generated on-site
              P (hydrogen peroxide)
              Z (ozone)


               % Shrinkage                                                    decimal %
               Final Brightness                                               decimal %       GE         ISO
        Total Bleaching Sequence Duration                                     hours

                Species Transfers/Off Spec                                    decimal %



Energy Usage:

Bleaching Energy Used:                       [Daily Avg Steam Usage (lbs/hr) x (24 Hours/Day) x Steam Enthalpy Drop]
                                             [[Tons/Day Bone Dry Bleached Pulp]
                                             mmBtu/Ton Bone Dry Bleached Pulp
                Med Pres Steam (>100#)
                Low Pres Steam (<100#)

Steam Condensate Returned - % of Steam Supplied
                  For Steam Generation                                        enter as decimal %
                      For Process Water

Where Steam Enthalpy Drop is:

For Preheating Liquor:                       Steam Enthalpy Supplied - Condensate Enthalpy Returned
For Direct Heating:                          Steam Enthalpy Supplied - Bleaching Enthalpy


Water Used for Bleached Pulp Washing:
                                             Gal/Ton Bone Dry Bleached Pulp
                Fresh
                Reused



Electric Energy Usage                        kWh/Ton Bone Dry Bleached Pulp


                                                                                                                                           200
                                                                                                                                          10%
                                                                                                                                           180
                                                                                                                                          50.8




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Sample Data supplied as example only - replace with Mill Data




Line 1        Line 2      Line 3

This Scratchpad can be used to develop inputs.
Clear INPUT Fields when complete to preserve confidentiality
        208       208        208 Unbleached Stock - Air Dry Tons/Accounting Period
        200       200        200 Bleached Stock - Air Dry Tons/Accounting Period
          35        35        35 days per Accounting Period
       3.8%      3.8%      3.8% Bleach Plant Shrinkage




   17,500  17,500  17,500 mlbs Steam/Accounting Period
        35      35      35 days per Accounting Period
       325     325     325 Steam Temperature Supplied
        70      70      70 PSIG - Steam Pressure Supplied
       220     220     220 Deg F - Steam Condensate or Bleaching Temp
       200     200     200 Tons/Day Air Dry Bleached Pulp
      10%     10%     10% Moisture in Air Dry BleachedPulp
       180     180     180 Tons/Day Bone Dry Bleached Pulp (calculated)
 #NAME? #NAME? #NAME? Btu/lb Enthalpy drop (calculated)
  #NAME? #NAME? #NAME? Million Btu/Ton Bone Dry Bleached Pulp (calculated)




Line 1        Line 2      Line 3


      1,750       1,750       1,750   thousand gallons Washwater/Accounting Period
         35          35          35   days per Accounting Period
        200         200         200   Bleached Air Dry Tons/Day (from above or input)
       10%         10%         10%    Moisture in Air Dry Pulp (from above or input)
        180         180         180   Tons/Day Bone Dry Bleached Pulp (calculated)
        278         278         278   gallons/Ton Bone Dry Bleached Pulp (calculated)



  320,000      320,000     320,000    kWh/Accounting Period (include Ozone Plant, if any)
        35           35          35   Days/Accounting Period
    9,143        9,143       9,143    kWh/Day (calculated or input)
       200          200         200   Bleached Air Dry Tons/Day (from above or input)
      10%          10%         10%    Moisture in Air Dry Pulp (from above or input)
       180          180         180   Tons/Day Bone Dry Bleached Pulp (calculated)
      50.8         50.8        50.8   kWh/Bone Dry Bleached Ton of Pulp




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             Evaporator Energy Usage
                                          Line 1     Line 2      Line 3
                                                                 Click on Boxes to make selection
Type of Pulp
      Kraft - Sulfate
              Sulfite

Feedstock
      Hardwood
      Softwood
      Other

Process Heat Augmented Evaporation?                                           Check for 'Yes'


Unsweetened Weak Liquor Feed               10.0%       12.0%       13.0%
Sweetened Weak Liquor Feed                 10.0%       12.0%       13.0%      decimal percent solids
Product Liquor, including Concentrator     65.0%       68.0%       69.0%


                                              mmBtu/lb Liquor Solids
Evaporator Steam Energy Used:

Is there a foul condensate stripper?                                          Check for 'Yes'

Is stripper integrated with evaporator?                                       Check for 'Yes'

Energy above include stripping?                                               Check for 'Yes'

Does sripper feed include                                                     Check for 'Yes'
more than evaporator condensate?

Condensate Returned
    Steam To Util Condensate System                                           percent rtn
      Process Cond to Process Water                                           percent rtn


                                            Btu/lb Condensate Stripped
Stripper Energy Used:
                                              gal/lb Virgin Solids Fired
Stripped Condensate Recovered:




                                                                           Page 15              3c34a2c2-5d12-49d2-889f-8f8c95b8b1c0.xls Evaporators
Sample Data supplied as example only - replace with Mill Data

   Line 1      Line 2      Line 3
This Scratchpad can be used to develop inputs.
Clear INPUT Fields when complete to preserve confidentiality
       2.800       2.800       2.800 mmppd Solids Fired at the gun
       7.0%        7.0%        7.0% Saltcake Recirculation % of fired
      1,000       1,000       1,000 ppd Fresh Saltcake added after Evaps
   150,000     150,000     150,000 pph Avg Evaporator Steam
          60          60          60 psig Steam Pressure Supplied
         385         385         385 Deg F - Steam Temp Supplied
          20          20          20 psig Evaporator Steam Pressure
       2.603       2.603       2.603 mmppd Virgin Solids Fired (calc'd)
 #NAME?       #NAME?      #NAME? Btu steam/lb Virgin Liquor Solids (calc'd)

      6.12         4.96        4.51 Economy (calc'd) (incl integrated Stripper)
 1,431,650    1,457,680   1,457,680 ppd Evaporator condensate
   172,488      175,624     175,624 gal/day Evap Process Water condensate

       25%          25%         25% % Evap Process Condensate recovered
                                    directly for wash water or other use


Stripping Steam Usage
     10,000     10,000    10,000 mlb/hr Stripping Steam (separately steamed)
   FALSE       FALSE      FALSE Integrated with Evaporator?
        35%        35%       35% Percent of Dirty Evap Condensate Stripped
        51%        51%       51% Percent of total Evap Process Cond rtn
         180        180       180 Stripper Feed Temperature (F)
    100,000    100,000   100,000 gal/day - Other Condensate Stripped, too
          60         60        60 psig Steam Pressure Supplied
         385        385       385 Deg F - Steam Temp Supplied
           5          5         5 psig Stripper Pressure
    145,278    146,101   146,101 gal/day Condensate stripped
 1,205,808 1,212,641 1,212,641 lb/day Condensate Stripped
 #NAME?       #NAME?    #NAME? MMBtu/lb of Condensate Stripped
           0          0         0 Btu/lb Virgin Solids excess heat to Evap
          56         56        56 gal/1000 lb of Virgin Solids Fired




                                                         Page 16              3c34a2c2-5d12-49d2-889f-8f8c95b8b1c0.xls Evaporators
            Kiln and Causticizing


Lime Reduction           decimal %
Lime Availability        decimal %


Purchased Lime           Percent of Total Used




Energy Usage
          Steam          mmBtu/Ton
          Fuel           mmBtu/Ton
          Electricity    Btu/Ton




                                                 Page 17   3c34a2c2-5d12-49d2-889f-8f8c95b8b1c0.xls Kiln & Caust
Sample Data supplied as example only - replace with Mill Data
This Scratchpad can be used to develop inputs.
Clear INPUT Fields when complete to preserve confidentiality
    12,000    Tons finished Lime (CaO) Calcined / Accounting Period
        500   Tons of Lime Purchased /Accounting Period
         35   Days in Accounting Period
   200,000    Gal #6 Oil     150,000 Btu/Gal
       -      Gal #2 Oil     145,000 Btu/Gal
    30,000    MSCF Gas         1,010 Btu/SCF
    10,000    Avg lb/hr Steam
         60   PSIG Steam Supply Pressure
        385   Deg F Steam Supply Temperature
         75   Deg F Makeup water for steam
   200,000    kWh/Accounting Period

     4.0%     Purchased Lime
 #NAME?       mmBtu Steam / Ton Lime Calcined
      5.03    mmBtu Fuel / Ton Lime Calcined
      16.7    KWh Electricity / Ton Lime Calcined




                                                        Page 18       3c34a2c2-5d12-49d2-889f-8f8c95b8b1c0.xls Kiln & Caust
            Paper Machines & Pulp Dryers
                                     1st PM   2nd PM    3rd PM    4th PM   5th PM
Bleached - Fine Paper
       Coated                                                                       Check all that apply
       Uncoated
       Free Sheet
Bleached - Other
       Tissue
       Newsprint
       Board
Unbleached
       Board
       Paper
Other:           Specify

Lightest Grade Basis Weight
Heaviest Grade Basis Weight
Most Grades Coated ?                                                                Check for 'Yes'
Colors?                                                                             Check for 'Yes'
Moisture % of Sheet at Reel                                                         decimal %

% Recycle in fiber furnish                                                          % of fiber (not incl broke)
% Repulped Broke in fiber supply                                                    % of fiber supplied
Fiber % Losses on Machine                                                           % of fiber supplied
wt% Filler & Coating                                                                % Machine Dry Basis
Reel and Winder Trim % Losses                                                       decimal %

Machine Availability                                                                % on-line

Energy Usage: Steam - mmBtu/Machine Dry Ton
      HP Steam > 200#
      IP Steam 100# < > 200#
      LP Steam < 100#

Does Machine use Radiant Drying?                                                    Check for 'Yes'

Energy Usage: Radiant Drying - Energy/Machine Dry Ton (MDT)
      Natural Gas - mmBtu/MDT

       Electricity - kWh/MDT                                                        If measured separately

Steam turbine driven?                                                               Check for 'Yes'
Part turbine & part motor drive?                                                    Check for 'Yes'

Energy Usage: Electric Motors - mmBtu/Machine Dry Ton

      Includes radiant heating kW?                                                  Check for 'Yes'




                                                                 Page 19      3c34a2c2-5d12-49d2-889f-8f8c95b8b1c0.xls Paper Machines
Sample Data supplied as example only - replace with Mill Data
  1st PM     2nd PM       3rd PM        4th PM       5th PM



This Scratchpad can be used to develop inputs.
Clear INPUT Fields when complete to preserve confidentiality


         20           20          20           20           20   Product Basis Weight - lb/std unit area
        358          358         358          358          358   Scheduled Operating days/yr
        349          349         349          349          349   Actual Operating days/year
         35           35          35           35           35   Days/Accounting Period
     7,250        7,250       7,250        7,250        7,250    Off-the-Reel Machine Dry Tons /Accounting Period
         75           75          75           75           75   Tons trim / Accounting Period
         75           75          75           75           75   Tons fiber to Sewer / Accounting Period
        900          900         900          900          900   Tons Filler on the sheet/Accounting Period
        400          400         400          400          400   Tons Coating /Accounting Period
         50           50          50           50           50   Tons Repulped Broke in fiber supply/Accounting Period
     90.0%        90.0%       90.0%        90.0%        90.0%    Filler & Coating Retention in/on Sheet
      5.0%         5.0%        5.0%         5.0%         5.0%    Moisture in Sheet
      207.1        207.1       207.1        207.1        207.1   Machine Dry Tons/Day Off-the-Reel
      0.7%         0.7%        0.7%         0.7%         0.7%    Repulped Broke in Fiber Supply
      1.0%         1.0%        1.0%         1.0%         1.0%    Fiber Loss to sewer
    16.14%       16.14%      16.14%       16.14%       16.14%    Filler and Coating on Sheet
     1.03%        1.03%       1.03%        1.03%        1.03%    Reel and Winder Trim Losses

     97.5%        97.5%       97.5%        97.5%        97.5%    availability
    84,000       84,000      84,000       84,000       84,000    Steam - mlb/Accounting Period
         35           35          35           35           35   Days in Accounting Period
        150          150         150          150          150   psig - steam supply pressure
        395          395         395          395          395   Deg F - steam supply temperature
         35           35          35           35           35   psig - wet end (lowest) steam pressure

     100.0        100.0        100.0       100.0        100.0    mpph Steam Avg - calculation may be replaced by data
 #NAME?       #NAME?       #NAME?      #NAME?       #NAME?       mmBtu/Off-the-Reel-Ton
   30,000       30,000       30,000      30,000       30,000     MSCF Gas/Accounting Period            1,010 Btu/SCF
        35           35           35          35           35    Days/Accounting Period (from above or input)
     207.1        207.1        207.1       207.1        207.1    Tons/Day Off-the-Reel (from above or input)
       4.2          4.2          4.2         4.2          4.2    mmBtu/Off-the-Reel-Ton
  320,000      320,000      320,000     320,000      320,000     Electricity - kWh/Accounting Period
        35           35           35          35           35    Days/Accounting Period (from above or input)
    9,143        9,143        9,143       9,143        9,143     kWh/Day (calculated or input)
     207.1        207.1        207.1       207.1        207.1    Tons/Day Off-the-Reel (from above or input)
      44.1         44.1         44.1        44.1         44.1    kWh/Ton Off-the-Reel




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