“Sistema de control logístico para el desarrollo y mantenimiento del programa de electrificación rural del Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad”
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The present document is formed by two different projects developted at the Costa Rica Electricity Institute (ICE) – Energy Conservation Area. Both of them are related to Photovoltaic Rural Electrification: 1. “Logistic Control System (LSC) to develop and maintain the ICE Rural Electrification Program”. The LSC main objective is to contribute with most of the information needed to implement the development and maintenance of the Rural Electrification Program in Costa Rica. The LSC is compound by a documented database in order to practice a satisfactory control over the Rural Electrification Program and a technical study along with recommendations for inventory management of photovoltaic systems spare parts. The main contribution of the LSC is that it will permit to establish the rates of growth of the rural electrification project upon knowing which will be the demand of spare parts that will require to by change through coming years. This first project is the one to be exposed. 2. Technical evaluation of the project: “Ice maker machine installation at the Caballo Island in the Nicoya Gulf”. In this second project a technical evaluation is accomplish to analyze the installation of a ice maker machine to support the artisan fishing activity to the Caballo Island population. As well a economic projection is included in order to determine its affordability. In conclusion the initial investment ascends over fifty-six millions of colones (US$150,000) reaching a 66% of the actual ice demand for that activity. Despite of the conclusions and suggestions for both projects the main goal of the task is to expound bases for technical evaluations conduction about equipment that require to be energized by a photovoltaic system.
Proyecto de Graduación (Bachillerato en Ingeniería en Mantenimiento Industrial). Instituto Tecnológico de Costa Rica. Escuela de Ingeniería Electromecánica, 2002.