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ConditionEnergy Matrix


A matrix that plots the relationship (correlation) between the condition and energy efficiency of assets (or facilities) which is represented as a scatter plot. Purpose The primary purpose of the conditionenergy correlation is listed below:
The Variables The conditionage matrix is comprised of two dimensions, as follows:
The Horizontal Axis The horizontal (xaxis) is comprised of the following condition grades:
FCI (x)  BEPI (y) The Vertical Axis the following concepts are pertinent to the development of hte vertical (y) axis on this matrix:
The Four Quadrants Listed below are the four quadrants that make up the conditionenergy matrix:
Methodology Listed below are the key steps in the methodology to derive and analyze the conditionage matrix:
Analysis Listed below are the five patterns that can potentially be discerned in the scatter plot data: Evaluation Listed below are some of the merits and advantages of the conditionenergy matrix:
Management Principles Included below are some of the asset management principles to be considered relative to facilities in different locations on the conditionpriority matrix: 
Fig. The four quadrants of the conditionenergy matrix with the most desirable quadrant (#1) highlighted in orange. Fig. Various facilities represented as a scatter plot on the conditionenergy matrix. Fig. Multivariate matrix revealing the correlations between condition, energy and capital cost (capex). Fig. Decision impacts of three projects on the multivariate matrix. Fig. Animation to reveal the results of strategic reinvestment at certain buildings/facilities and their resultant repositioning on the conditionenergy matrix. Fig. Illustration of how the Facility Condition Index (FCI) is generated for facilities to develop the horizontal axis of the matrix. Fig. An example of an energy efficiency measure  Triplex booster pump package replaced with package that includes VFDs. Fig. Multivariate analysis in the form of matrix overlays: conditionage matrix, conditionenergy matrix, and conditioncriticality matrix 

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Fig. ConditionEnergy matrix with actions for each quadrant 
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