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dc.contributor.advisorSchultz, David E.
dc.contributor.advisorHarrington, Charles F.
dc.contributor.advisorSprouls, Eric P.
dc.contributor.authorMcClellan, Daryl S.
dc.date.accessioned2019-12-09T18:13:47Z
dc.date.available2019-12-09T18:13:47Z
dc.date.issued2004
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12419/415
dc.descriptionThesis available in Rice Library University Archives and Special Collection.
dc.description.abstractQualitative and anecdotal evidence demonstrates that reducing waste and conserving resources promote corporate sustainability both economically and environmentally. Developing and applying new ideas to achieve higher performance and excellence have lead to the re-emergence of a past application at Mead Johnson Nutritionals (MJN). A turbine/generator project will focus on the importance of sustainability with respect to energy conservation and maximization of utility inputs. An existing turbine/generator removed from service in 1997 will be redesigned and reinstated to supplement present as well as, future energy utilization. Once an assessment of the feasibility is completed, an implementation plan for execution will be presented for capital funding. The project scope will achieve the customer's desired automated operational requirements. Facility Management (the customer) at MJN will be responsible for determining the turbine operating parameters. Ultimately, this project will make a considerable recurring contribution towards Bristol-Myers Squibb's (BMS) global sustainability goals.
dc.titleCogeneration: a sustainability project
html.description.abstractQualitative and anecdotal evidence demonstrates that reducing waste and conserving resources promote corporate sustainability both economically and environmentally. Developing and applying new ideas to achieve higher performance and excellence have lead to the re-emergence of a past application at Mead Johnson Nutritionals (MJN). A turbine/generator project will focus on the importance of sustainability with respect to energy conservation and maximization of utility inputs. An existing turbine/generator removed from service in 1997 will be redesigned and reinstated to supplement present as well as, future energy utilization. Once an assessment of the feasibility is completed, an implementation plan for execution will be presented for capital funding. The project scope will achieve the customer's desired automated operational requirements. Facility Management (the customer) at MJN will be responsible for determining the turbine operating parameters. Ultimately, this project will make a considerable recurring contribution towards Bristol-Myers Squibb's (BMS) global sustainability goals.
dc.contributor.degreeMaster of Science in Industrial Management
dc.typeThesis (M.S.I.M.)--University of Southern Indiana, 2004


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