CCT 2015 Programme – Day 1

Monday 18th of May 2015

Aula Mala

10:00-10:20 Break
10:20–12:00 Gasification I Chair: Dr Alberto Pettinau
12:00 – 13:20 Lunch in Sala Wystawowa
13:20 – 15:00 NOx control Chair: Dr Ian Barnes
15:00 – 15:30 Break
15:30 – 16:50 Post-combustion capture I Chair: Thomas Sarkus
17:00 – 18:30 Poster session with refreshments – Sala Wystawowa

10:20–12:00 Gasification I Chair: Dr Alberto Pettinau

Gasification of low rank coal
Dr Christiaan van der Meijden, ECN – Netherlands

Performance assessment of fixed-bed up-draft gasification by steady state model
Eng Vittorio Tola, University of Cagliari – Italy

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Small-scale (<5MWe) catalytic fixed bed gasification for remote site power generation
Dr Nikolai Kinaev, Strategic Energy Consulting – Australia

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Studies on CO2-enhanced gasification of coal in a circulating fluidized bed reactor
Mr Grzegorz Tomaszewicz, Insitute for Chemical Processing of Coal – Poland

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Effect of operation parameters on the performance of hot gas clean-up technology with a moving granular bed filter
Dr Yau-Pin Chyou, Institute of Nuclear Energy Research – Taiwan

13:20 – 15:00 NOx control Chair: Dr Ian Barnes

ANCR© – the new flue gas cleaning technology – Case Studies
Dipl Ing Andreas Anderl, MAL – Germany

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Optimization of heat rate and emissions with advanced controls
Jim Sutton, Alstom Power – USA

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Combining OFA Iances with SNCR technology – A promising approach to minimising NOx emission of lignite-fired power plants
Dr Thomas Hilber, Alstom Boiler – Germany

SNCR Retrofit of a Lignite Power Plant to Meet the new ECC NOx-Limit of 200mg Nm³
Mr Zoltan Teuber, ERC – Germany

15:30 – 16:50 Post-combustion capture I Chair: Thomas Sarkus

Integrated capture of SO₂ and CO₂ in a post-combustion capture pilot plant – an anime-based case
Dr Erik Meuleman, CSIRO – Australia

Modeling analysis of novel solvent regeneration through direct steam stripping
Mr Jiahui Lu, EDF China – China

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Experimental validation of split flow modification of an anime-based post-combustion CO₂ capture process
Mr Marcin Stec, Institue for Chemical Processing of Coal – Poland

Equilibrium solubility of CO₂ in 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol solvent promoted by piperazine and monoethanolamine blend
Mr Chikezie Ndubuisi Nwaoha, Chulalongkom University – Thailand

Aula Średnia

Aula Mala | Aula Średnia | Sala Seminaryjna

08:30-10:00
Welcome and Keynote session I Chair: Prof Jürgen Hake
10:00-10:20 Break
10:20–12:00 Carbon capture and storage Chair: Juho Lipponen
12:00 – 13:20 Lunch in Sala Wystawowa
13:20 – 15:00 Oxyfuel I – plant modelling Chair: Prof Jaroslaw Zuwala
15:00 – 15:30 Break
15:30 – 16:50 Power plant design and retrofit Chair: Dr Oliver Then
17:00 – 18:30 Poster session with refreshments – Sala Wystawowa

Welcome and Keynote session I Chair: Prof Jürgen Hake

Welcome address
Prof Jürgen Hake – Chair IEA Clean Coal Centre ExCo

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Welcome address  
Prof Józef Dubiński – GIG General Director

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The perspective of coal in times of decarbonization in Europe
Dr Oliver Then, VGB Powertech – Germany

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CCS: building on early opportunities
Juho Lipponen, Head of CCS unit, IEA – France

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10:20–12:00 Carbon capture and storage Chair: Juho Lipponen

U.S. DOE’s major carbon capture, utilization and geologic storage demonstration project portfolio
Mr Thomas Sarkus, National Energy Technology Laboratory – USA

Application of life cycle assessment methodology in CCS studies
Prof Jozef Pacyna, Norwegian Institute for Air Research (NILU) – Norway

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Advanced CO₂ capture pilot plant at Tauron’s coal-fired power plant in Jaworzno
Adam Tatarczuk, Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal – Poland

Coal combustion with CO₂ capture in a 50KW chemical looping combustion unit
Mr Raúl Pérez-Vega, Instituto de Carboquimica (CSIC) – Spain

13:20 – 15:00 Oxyfuel I – plant modelling Chair: Prof Jaroslaw Zuwala

Techno-economic optimization of first generation oxy-fired pulverized coal power plant
Dr Hayato Hagi , EDF – France

Heat integration of an oxy-combustion power plant: minimization of the CO₂ capture process energy penalty
Dr Sergio Espatolero, CIRCE – Spain

Structural integration of the oxy-fuel power system based on Exergy analysis: ASU and CPU cases
Marcin Liszka, Silesian University of Technology – Poland

A heat integration study of a calcium looping CO₂ capture plant and a coal-fired power plant
Mr Dawid Hanak, Cranfield University – UK

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15:30 – 16:50 Power plant design and retrofit Chair: Dr Oliver Then

Analysis of coal power technology exports
Mr Scott Smouse, National Energy Technology Laboratory – USA

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Design concept and operation experience of recent hard coal-fired power boilers
Hellmuth Brüggermann, Alstom Boiler – Germany

910 MWe supercritical unit for Jawornzo III Power Plant in Poland
Eng Krzysztof Janeczek, Rafako SA – Poland

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Modeling analysis of installing a low temperature economizer in an existing 600 MWe coal-based power plant
Mr Jiahui Lu, EDF China – China

Sala Seminaryjna

Aula Mala | Aula Średnia | Sala Seminaryjna

10:00-10:20 Break
10:20–12:00 SOx and particulate control Chair: Hellmuth Brüggemann
12:00 – 13:20 Lunch in Sala Wystawowa
13:20 – 15:00 Boiler materials slagging Chair: Dr Robert Romanosky
15:00 – 15:30 Break
15:30 – 16:50 Biomass and waste cofiring Chair: Ms Debo Adams
17:00 – 18:30 Poster session with refreshments – Sala Wystawowa

10:20–12:00 SOx and particulate control Chair: Hellmuth Brüggemann

Dry desulfurization using MgO by-products: a sustainable alternative
Mr Ricardo del Valle-Zermeño, University of Barcelona – Spain

Semi-dry desulfurisation for coal boilers
Dr Igor Volchyn, Coal Energy Technology Institute – Ukraine

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An integrated diffusion-reaction model for wet desulphurization with limestone sorbents: Absorption, reaction, leaching and precipitation
Prof Raymond Everson, North-West University – South Africa

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Particle charging and transport dependence on permittivity and fluid dynamics: A revised numerical model to evaluate ESP performance and design
Dr David Branken, North-West University – South Africa

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13:20 – 15:00 Boiler materials slagging Chair: Dr Robert Romanosky

Improving flexibility of a coal power plant via optimization of thick-walled components
Eng Malgorzata (Gosia) Stein-Brzozowska, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems – Germany

Water wall coating protection
Dr Michael Seitz, Alstom Power – USA

Investigation of iron-rich initial-later deposits at the inlet of the superheater level in a large pulverized fuel power plant
Selahattin Babat, IFK Stuttgart – Germany

Analysis of slagging phenomena at Reftinskaya Power Plant
Luca Ghiribelli, Enel – Italy

Sanicro25 – heat resistant austenitic stainless steel for 700°C material temperature
Urban Forsberg, AB Sandvik Materials Technology – Sweden

15:30 – 16:50 Biomass and waste cofiring Chair: Ms Debo Adams

Cofiring characteristics of biomass in a coal firing combustion system
Mr Taeyoung Chae, Korea Institute of Industrial Technology – Korea

Subcoal: an alternative for coal
Mr Neville Roberts, Subcoal – Netherlands

On the emission issues during co-combustion of hard coal and biomass under pressurized conditions
Janusz Lasek, Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal – Poland

The application of a modified distributed activation energy (DAE) based model to combustion and gasification of biomass-coal char blends
Mrs Patience Mavhengere, University of the Witwatersrand – South Africa

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