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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 TeamLean Sigma Project

Derek Hall

FahadTaimur

JanatAlHashmi

Noah Zayed

YousefAlnemer


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


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


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


CAUSE AND EFFECT DIAGRAM


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

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


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

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?

For more information about the Measurement & Analysis team project,

visit nittanylearning.com/409


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