TAILIEUCHUNG - Workflow for Digital Book Production

Since the turbine exhaust gas is essentially preheated combustion air, the supplementary-fired HRSG fuel consumption is less than that required for a power boiler providing the same incremental increase in steam generation. Characteristically, the incremental steam production from supplementary firing above that of an unfired HRSG will be achieved at 100% efficiency, based on the lower heat value of the fuel fired. The amount of incremental fuel will be about 10% to 20% less than for a natural-gas-fired power boiler providing the same incremental increase in steam produced. As previously stated, the unfired HRSG with higher steam conditions is often designed with multiple pressure levels to recover as much energy as. | WHITE PAPER Workflow for Digital Book Production Prepared by INTERQUEST Ltd. 1 Contents Bound by Tradition .4 The Workflow Imperative .5 Workflow for Digital Books .6 Digital Book Manual Production .7 Business Process Output Partners Services Business Digital Book Acknowledgments .23 2004 XEROX Corporation. All rights reserved. XEROX and all Xerox product names and numbers mentioned herein are trademarks of Xerox Corporation in the United States and other countries. No part of this report may be reproduced in any form or by any means without the express written consent of Xerox Corporation. This white paper is based on sources considered reliable. Xerox Corporation cannot guarantee its accuracy completeness or reliability due to errors in fact or judgment. a 2 Introduction Although we customarily associate books with the trade publications found in bookstores and on book shelves book printing encompasses the production of any and all bound volumes. This includes paperback and hardcover trade books educational materials such as textbooks workbooks course packs and standardized tests professional and technical reference books and manuals speciality books such as school yearbooks and fine art and product catalogs and brochures. Hardcopy book sales are doing quite well in the face of burgeoning electronic media. Despite the staggering volume of pages served over the Web and overly ambitious expectations for electronic books the traditional book industry continues to grow year over year. The association of American Publishers estimates that book sales in the . reached in 2003 an increase of over the previous year. Source The Association of American Publishers According to the Book Market Overview a study recently published by the Graphic Arts Marketing Information Service GAMIS the book publishing industry in the . is expected to grow at about a 4 rate per year from 2001 to .