||Fuel feasibility study for red river army depot boiler plant.
|| Defense Technical Information Center,
||USAMC-ITC-02-08-75-201; AD-A009 416
Air Condition, Heating, Lighting & Ventilating ;
Fossil fuels ;
Military facilities ;
Air pollution ;
Supply depots ;
Fuel oil ;
||Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC
"AD-A009 416." "USAMC-ITC-02-08-75-201." "Filmed 6-10-75 NTIS." Microfiche.
This paper establishes economic breakeven points for the conversion to various fossil fuels as a function of time and pollution constraints for the main boiler plant at Red River Army Depot in Texarkana, Texas. In carrying out the objectives of this paper, the author develops what he considers to be the basic conversion costs and operating costs for each fossil fuel under investigation. These costs are analyzed by the use of the present worth comparision method, and the minimum cost difference between the present fuel and the proposed fuel which would justify the conversion to the proposed fuel is calculated. These calculated breakeven points allow a fast and easy method of determining the feasibility of a fuel by merely knowing the relative price difference between the fuels under consideration.