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Measurement & Analysis Team Lean Sigma Project. Derek Hall Fahad Taimur Janat AlHashmi Noah Zayed Yousef Alnemer. VISUAL STREAM MAP. Power Plant. Customers. HQ. Power Transmission. Process. Transmission Loss: Waste. Water Source. Fluid Transportation: Excess C ost. Water Loss:

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Measurement analysis team lean sigma project

Measurement & Analysis TeamLean Sigma Project

Derek Hall

FahadTaimur

JanatAlHashmi

Noah Zayed

YousefAlnemer


Measurement analysis team lean sigma project

VISUAL STREAM MAP

Power Plant

Customers

HQ

Power Transmission

Process

Transmission Loss: Waste

Water Source

Fluid Transportation: Excess Cost

Water Loss:

Waste

Power Loss:

Waste


Measurement analysis team lean sigma project

ANALYSIS OF VSM

Power Plant

Customers

HQ

Power Transmission

Process

Transmission Loss: Waste

Water Source

Fluid Transportation: Excess Cost

Water Loss:

Waste

Power Loss:

Waste


Measurement analysis team lean sigma project

Background Issue & Cost

  • Working fluids are typically a valuable resource that is wasted in the geothermal power generation process.

  • Theworking fluid needs to be purchased in order to accommodate those losses.

  • If the geothermal power generation process takes place in arid regions, then the losses in water can become very costly.


Sipoc diagram

SIPOC DIAGRAM


Cause and effect diagram

CAUSE AND EFFECT DIAGRAM


A3 form

A3 FORM

  • Issue: Working fluids are typically a valuable resource that is wasted in the geothermal power generation process.

  • Background and Cost: 5-10% of the working fluid (water) is lost in the underground reservoir. Typically, the working fluid needs to be purchased in order to accommodate those losses.

  • Current State: If the geothermal power generation process takes place in arid regions, then the losses in water can become very costly.


A3 form continued

A3 FORM CONTINUED

Goals and Targets:

·    To reduce the cost associated with the purchasing more working fluid.

·    To locate a cheaper working fluid that can satisfy the needs of the process.


A3 future state

A3 FUTURE STATE


Cost benefits roi

COST & BENEFITS (ROI)

Implementation Cost:

  • Cost of building a IGCC (Integrated gasification combined cycle)power plant

  • Cost of building a Geothermal power plant

    Implementation Benefit:

  • Government pays you for having zero carbon emissions ($50 million grant)

  • Reduced cost of fluid transportation

  • Fluid loss in reservoir is no longer an expense

  • More sustainable

  • Environmentally friendly


Lessons learned

LESSONS LEARNED

Waste as Resource

  • Carbon dioxide is considered to be a detrimental substance to the environment, and in most cases, it is wasted. By using it, we make efficient use of waste and decrease the environmental damage.

    Partnership

  • One of our ideas is to make partnerships with coal companies to make use of their waste. What can be learned from this idea is that partnership can be a very efficient way to solve problems.


Any questions

ANY QUESTIONS?

For more information about the Measurement & Analysis team project,

visit nittanylearning.com/409


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