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The Energy Analyst

THE ENERGY ANALYST is a series of twenty-six sophisticated, engineering programs for the engineer who specifies, operates, or tests power plant components or evaluates energy alternatives. For more than 10 years, more than 2000 users have attested to the power and professionalism of these programs. And now with a complete conversion to the Windows format, each program has a friendlier, interface that will get you running in no time. The data handling techniques make your job easier, and although documentation is provided, it is seldom needed because the "fill-in" forms lead you by the hand at each step of the analysis The input data and the results can be printed with a single command and are in a form ready for inclusion in your final reports.



Developers

Thermal Analysis Systems
http://www.cuservices.net/software.html
rcronfel@comcast.net




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Features

  • Friendly user interface designed to get you running in no time

  • Data handling techniques make your job easier

  • Documentation provided

  • Fill-in forms lead you by the hand through each step of the analysis

  • Input data and results can be printed with a single command

  • Input data and results and are in a form ready for inclusion in your final reports

  • Calculates the maximum heating load required in a space (single zone) so that a furnace can be sized

  • Calculates the performance of a known condenser, or can calculate the design requirements of a new condenser for a known steam load

  • Analysis of induced, mechanical-draft, counterflow cooling towers, which can be used for the analysis of existing towers or for the preparation of specifications for new towers

  • Calculates the performance of a steam, shell-and-tube heat exchanger of known construction using rigorous formulations

  • Calculates the amount of steam that can be generated by a fired or unfired waste heat boiler

  • Calculates the heat loss and surface temperature of an insulated pipe of specified diameter and internal temperature

  • Analyze two types of heat exchangers: Shell & Multi-Tube Exchangers, and Double Pipe Exchangers

  • Calculates the pressure loss of fluids flowing under pressure in circular pipes (compressible or incompressible)

  • Uses the iterative Hardy-Cross algorithm to determine the flow and pressure loss in each leg of a series-parallel pipe network

  • Uses the Manning equation to calculate the flow of water in sloped , circular drain lines

  • Calculates the draft, friction loss, and exit loss for any boiler chimney

  • Calculate either the flow for a give orifice size or, conversely, the orifice size for a given flow

  • Design and analysis of duct systems transporting air, flue gas, etc.

  • Calculates the amount of water needed for a known inlet steam flow or for a known outlet steam flow

  • Calculates the performance of a steam turbine section given the inlet steam temperature, pressure, flow and the exit pressure

  • Calculates the suction head, discharge head, power required, Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH) & suction specific speed for centrifugal pumps

  • Computes the power required to compress any gas, the temperature required and the cooling required

  • Analysis of expansion turbines

  • Calculates the power required for a fan moving air or any kind of gas mixture

  • Calculates the performance of a gas turbine using actual air enthalpy values

  • calculates the amount of steam required to deaerate condensate at any pressure and temperature

  • Calculates the the return on investment, present worth, and payback for a power plant that produces electrical power or produces both electrical power and heat energy

  • Calculates the properties of superheated, saturated, or wet steam and saturated water

  • Calculates the properties of a mixture of air and water vapor such as used in HVAC applications

  • Calculates the economic results that can be achieved by using a flash tank and a heat exchanger to recover boiler blowdown

  • Calculates boiler efficiency using the heat loss method of  the ASME Boiler Code PTC-4.1

  • 15-part Excel spread sheet that  facilitates the conversion from SI units to IPS units and IPS to SI units





  • Screenshots


    Heating Load Inputs

    Heating Load Results

    Steam Condenser Input

    Steam Condenser Results

    Cooling Tower Input

    Cooling Tower Results

    Steam Heater Screen

    Heat Recovery Steam Generator Configuration

    Heat Recovery Steam Generator Results

    Insulation Economics

    Heat Exchanger Inputs

    Heat Exchanger Outputs

    Pipe Section Data

    Pressure Loss Output

    Gravity Drain Screen

    Stack Draft Output

    Flow-limiting Orifice Inputs

    Flow-limiting Orifice Results

    Pipe Network Screen

    Ductwork Flow Inputs

    Ductwork Flow Performance Calculations

    Desuperheater Calculation Page

    Steam Turbine Performance Calculations

    Steam Turbine Efficiency

    Centrifugal Pump Inputs

    Centrifugal Pump Output

    Gas Compressor Input

    Gas Compressor Results

    Gas Expander Input

    Gas Expander Results

    Fan Calculations Input

    Fan Calculations Results

    Gas Turbine Performance

    Deaerator Calculations

    Cogeneration Calculations

    Steam and Water Properties

    Psychrometric Inputs

    Psychrometric Results

    Flash Tank Calculations

    Combustion Analysis Inputs

    Combustion Analysis Results

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