CCT 2017 Programme – Day 2

Wednesday the 10th of May 2017

Congress Hall T1

Congress Hall T1 | Congress Hall T3 | Congress Hall T4

08:30-09:20
Keynote session 2
09:25 – 10:45 IGCC – Chair: Chris Higman
10:45-11:20 Coffee Break
11:20 – 13:00 Coal in a low carbon world – Chair: Toby Lockwood
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
Supercritical CO2 power cycles – Chair: Scott Smouse
15:20 -15:40 Coffee Break
15:40 -17:20 Panel session: The Energy Trilemma – Chair: Samantha McCulloch
19:30 – 23:00 CCT2017 – Conference gala dinner

Keynote session 2

Scott Smouse
US Department of Energy, USA

Partha Mazumder
General Manager (Coal Mining) NTPC, India

09:25 – 10:45 IGCC – Chair: Chris Higman

NEDO’s clean coal technology development for reduction of CO₂ emissions
Eiji Nishioka, New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Japan

Technical solutions for perspective IGCC
Tatiana Bogatova, Ural Federal University, Russia

Energy efficiency evaluation of Shell’s entrained flow gasifier by different coal ranks and Exergy analysis of IGCC with carbon capture
Chang-Ha Lee, Yonsei University, South Korea

Experimental investigation of alkali sorption with mineral getter materials for IGCC Power Plant
Florian Kerscher, TU München, Germany

11:20 – 13:00 Coal in a low carbon world – Chair: Toby Lockwood

Operational and strategic considerations for coal plants in the context of changing market design and growing renewable energy penetration
Ashutosh Shastri, EnerStrat Consulting, UK

Thermal power generations in India: The challenges from renewable energy source power generation
Avijit Mallick, Reliance Power Ltd, India

Consequences of the German energy transition on the operation regime and the availability of coalfired power plants
Oliver Then, VGB Powertech, Germany

HELE perspectives for selected Asian countries
Ian Barnes, IEA Clean Coal Centre, UK

Impacts of re-opening of Czech Brown coal mines on energy system and deep decarbonisation target
Lukáš Rečka, Charles University Environment Center, Czech Republic

Supercritical CO2 power cycles – Chair: Scott Smouse

State-of-the-art in supercritical CO2 power cycles
Qian Zhu, IEA Clean Coal Centre, UK

Techno-economic analysis of an integrated gasification direct-fired supercritical CO2 power cycle
Nathan Weiland, National Energy, Technology Laboratory, USA

Coal-fired power plant efficiency boost through retrofitting with supercritical CO₂ Brayton cycle
Huiqi Wang, EDF, China

Development of a mean-line model of axial supercritical CO₂ turbine
Yili Xiong, EDF, China

15:40 -17:20 Panel session: The Energy Trilemma – Chair: Samantha McCulloch

Liam McHugh – World Coal Association

Nick Butler – Kings College and Financial Times

Charles Soothill – Zero Emissions Platform

Chandra Bhushan – CSE India

Craig Morris – Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies

Alessandro Lanza – Sotacarbo

Congress Hall T3

Congress Hall T1 | Congress Hall T3 | Congress Hall T4

09:25 – 10:45 Fluidised bed combustion Chair: Nathan Weiland
10:45-11:20 Coffee break
Mercury controls – Chair: Lesley Sloss
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
CCS: Sorbents and membranes – Chair: Thomas Sarkus
15:20 -15:40 Coffee Break

09:25 – 10:45 Fluidised bed combustion Chair: Nathan Weiland

The research and development of CFB coal combustion in China
Guangxi Yue, Tsinghua University, China

Development of advanced CFB technology in light of changing fuel trends
Kalle Nuortimo, Amec
Foster Wheeler Energia Oy, Finland

The formation of the fluidized bed hydrodynamic structure, optimal for burning of low-grade coals and biomass
Dmitry Klimov, Clean Energy Ltd,Russia

CFD simulation of binary particle mixing in a baffled downer reactor for coal topping
Nan Zhang, Institute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Mercury controls – Chair: Lesley Sloss

Research progress of mercury emission and control in China
Yongchun Zhao, Huazhong University of Science Technology, China

Control of mercury emissions – alternative methods
John Meier, Nalco Water, USA

Mercury removal and its fate in wet flue gas desulphurization slurry enhanced with reagents and without any treatment
Renata Krzyzynska, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland

Mercury capture by a structured Au/C regenerable sorbent under oxycoal combustion conditions
M Teresa Izquierdo, Instituto de Carboquímica – CSIC, Spain

Multi-pollutant control using structured sorbent/catalyst modules
Jeff Kolde, Gore, USA

CCS: Sorbents and membranes – Chair: Thomas Sarkus

Simulation and cost analysis of structured adsorbent capture technology with advances in materials
Rebecca Gardiner, Inventys Inc.,Canada

Enhancement of CO₂ capture capacity of mesoporous sorbents via functionalization with an amino acid ionic liquid
Marco Balsamo, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy

Post-combustion CO₂ capture using N-(isopropyl)- tetraethylenepentamine-based solid sorbent
Hidetaka Yamada, Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth (RITE), Japan

Ultra-thin zeolite membranes for gas separations
Jonas Hedlund, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

Congress Hall T4

Congress Hall T1 | Congress Hall T3 | Congress Hall T4

09:25 – 10:45 Particulate controls Chair: Ian Barnes
10:45-11:20 Coffee Break
Chemical looping II Chair: Juan Adanez
13:00 – 14:00 Lunch
Social and environmental issues – Chair: Andrew Minchener
15:20 -15:40 Coffee Break

09:25 – 10:45 Particulate controls Chair: Ian Barnes

The influence of discharge electrode geometry and the associated discharge characteristics on electrostatic precipitator performance
David Branken, North-West University, South Africa

Experimental study on combustion of gasification fly ash preheated by a CFB burner
Ziqu Ouyang, Institute of Engineering Thermophysics Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Current Tools & Techniques for Maximizing Performance on Existing Electrostatic Precipitators (ESPs)
James J Ferrigan, Fuel Tech, USA

Particle matter filtration from iron-ore sintering flue gas in a magnetically stabilized fluidized bed
Yang Xu, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

Chemical looping II Chair: Juan Adanez

Long-term pilot testing of the carbonate looping process in at 1 MWth scale
Jochen Hilz, Institute for Energy Systems and Technology (EST) – Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

Calcium looping combustion for high-efficiency low-emission power generation
Dawid Hanak, Cranfield University, UK

On the evaluation of ilmenite as an oxygen carrier for natural/synthesis gases in chemical-looping combustion
Yau-Pin Chyou, INER, Taiwan

Performance of CLOU process in the combustion of different types of coal with CO₂ capture with a Cu-Mn oxygen carrier
Iñaki Adánez-Rubio, Instituto de Carboquimica – CSIC, Spain

COMPOSITE Process: Highly efficient IGCC power generation with CO₂ capture by integration of CLAS and CLC
Yngve Larring, SINTEF, Norway

Social and environmental issues – Chair: Andrew Minchener

A closed carbon cycle through sector coupling? Challenges posed by path dependency in the socio-technical system
Roh Pin Lee, IEC, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany

Social acceptance of clean coal mining and combustion
Vladimir Budinsky, SD Severoceske doly a.s., Czech Republic

UCG: supposed environmental issues – myths and realities
Chris Cuff, C&R Consulting, Australia

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