CCT 2017 Programme – Day 3

Thursday the 11th of May 2017

Congress Hall T1

Congress Hall T1 | Congress Hall T3 | Congress Hall T4

9:00-10:40
Carbon capture and storage Chair: Noel Simento
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break
11:10 – 12:50 CCS: Solvents Chair: Vladimir Zuberec
12:50 – 14:00 Lunch
14:00 – 15:20 Coal conversion Chair: Calin-Christian Cormos
15:20 -15:40 Coffee Break
Closing plenary session

Carbon capture and storage Chair: Noel Simento

20 Years of CCS: Accelerating Future Deployment
– Samantha McCulloch, International Energy Agency, France

An update on the ROAD project
– Andy Read, ROAD CCS Project, Netherlands

Overview and status update of carbon capture & geologic storage major demonstration & commercial projects in North America
– Thomas Sarkus, National Energy Technology Laboratory, USA

Development of energy efficient CO₂ capture technologies
– Svein Gunnar Bekken, Gassnova SF, Norway

11:10 – 12:50 CCS: Solvents Chair: Vladimir Zuberec

Long term operation results for an advanced PCC system at coal-fired power plant
– Yasuro Yamanaka, IHI Corporation, Japan

Pilot plant improvement and experimentation for CO2 capture with amine solvents
– Paolo Deiana ENEA – Italian Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development, Italy

Metal aerosol emissions from coal and biomass combustion for carbon capture applications
– Karen N. Finney, University of Sheffield, UK

Panel session A way forward for CCS
Samantha McCulloch – IEA
Keith Whiriskey – Bellona
Thomas Sarkus – NETL
Andy Read – ROAD CCS Project

14:00 – 15:20 Coal conversion Chair: Calin-Christian Cormos

Toward realization of a hydrogen energy supply chain
– Ryo Chishiro, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan

New markets for coal – chemicals and performance materials
– Richard Horner, University of Wyoming, USA

Design and modelling of a biomass/coal co-pyrolysis unit for advanced fuel synthesis
– Konstantinos Atsonios, Centre for Research & Technology Hellas / Chemical Process & Energy Resources Institute, Greece

Towards CO₂-emission-free coal technology
– Christian Wolfersdorf, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Institute for Energy Process Engineering and Chemical Engineering, Germany

Closing plenary session

Key drivers of Turkish coal policy
– Mücella Ersoy, Chief Engineer, TKI, Turkish Coal Enterprises

EU legal framework impact and technological issues related to the power sector in Poland
– Kazimierz Szynol, Tauron Wytwarzanie, Poland

Closing statements
– Andrew Minchener

Congress Hall T3

Congress Hall T1 | Congress Hall T3 | Congress Hall T4

9:00-10:40
Materials and slagging Chair: Oliver Then
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break
Pollutant controls Chair: Yongchun Zhao
12:50 – 14:00 Lunch
Oxyfuel combustion Chair: M Teresa Izquierdo
15:20 -15:40 Coffee Break

Materials and slagging Chair: Oliver Then

Development of an advanced ultra-supercritical component test facility including 760°C superheater and steam turbine
– Horst Hack, Electric Power Research Institute, USA

Investigation of the hot corrosion behaviors of Sanicro™ 25 – a potential candidate for superheater and reheaters in high efficiency AUSC fossil power plants
– Yanyan Bi, Sandvik, China

Assessment of materials data for advanced coal plants
– Nigel Simms, Cranfield University, UK

Advanced monitoring of the fouling process on water walls
– Matthias Reiche, TU Dresden, Germany

Thermooptical measuring technique – A highly efficient tool to increase the efficiency of coal combustion and minimize negative emmissions
– Andreas Diegeler, Fraunhofer Society, Germany

Pollutant controls Chair: Yongchun Zhao

Regulatory reforms in technology and pollution standards in the coal based thermal power sector in india
– Chandra Bhushan, CSE, India

Study of elemental mercury oxidation over SCRcatalysts under oxy-fuel combustion conditions
– M. Mercedes Díaz Somoano, Instituto Nacional del Carbón – CSIC, Spain

Long-term monitoring of selenium in flue gas desulfurization wastewater with fully automated online process monitor
– Seiichi Ohyama, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan

Experimental and modelling analysis of seawater scrubbers for sulphur dioxide removal in coal-fired power plants
– Domenico Flagiello, University of Naples, Federico II – DICMaPI, Italy

Investigation of MoS₂ nanosheet containing adsorbents for Hg0 Capture: an experimental approach
– Tao WU, The University of Nottingham Ningbo, China

Oxyfuel combustion Chair: M Teresa Izquierdo

CO₂-free coal-fired power generation by partial oxy-fuel and post-combustion CO₂ capture. Part 1: performance assessment
– Vittorio Tola, University of Cagliari, Italy

CO₂-free coal-fired power generation by partial oxy-fuel and post-combustion CO₂ capture. Part 2: economic analysis
– Alberto Pettinau, Sotacarbo S.p.A., Italy – Alberto Pettinau, Sotacarbo S.p.A., Italy

Thermodynamic and exergetic analysis of oxycombustion and efficiency improvement via process
– Renato Manuel Pereira Cabral, Imperial College London, UK

Experimental study of the ignition temperature of five coals under oxyfuel atmospheres
– Lei Cai, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Chin

Congress Hall T4

Congress Hall T1 | Congress Hall T3 | Congress Hall T4

9:00-10:40
Lignite and low rank coal Chair: Sarma Pisupati
10:40-11:10 Coffee Break
Underground coal gasification Chair: Chris Cuff
12:50 – 14:00 Lunch
Coal beneficiation Chair: Krzysztof Kapusta
15:20 -15:40 Coffee Break

Lignite and low rank coal Chair: Sarma Pisupati

How to utilize low grade coals below 1000kcal/kg
– Falk Hoffmeister, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe GmbH, Germany

Small technical scale parametric investigation of co-firing of hard coal and pre-dried lignite under part load conditions in the scope of enhancing the flexibility of hard coal fired power stations.
– Ioannis Papandreou, University of Stuttgart, Germany

Study on the structural evolution of molecular skeleton and mobile phase during pyrolysis process of a Chinese low-rank coal
– Song Hu, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

Co-Liquefaction of Yatağan lignite and waste tires under catalytic conditions
– Cemil Koyunoglu, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Underground coal gasification Chair: Chris Cuff

Environmental performance of the exergy UCG Technology: Groundwater protection and global warming impacts
– M.S. Blinderman Ergo Exergy Technologies Inc, Canada

Underground coal gasification – efficient in-situ CO2 capture and conversion
– Johan van Dyk, Africary, South Africa

Experimental simulations of underground coal gasification with hydrogen for methane-rich gas production
– Krzysztof Kapusta, Główny Instytut Górnictwa, Poland

Environmental controls for underground coal gasification: A successful demonstration from the Queensland government UCG Pilot program
– Cliff Mallett, Carbon Energy Limited and China University of Mining and Technology, Australia/ China

Coal beneficiation Chair: Krzysztof Kapusta

Dry separation of coal using an autogenous medium
– Davaasuren Jambal, University of Science and Technology (UST), KIGAM, South Korea

Na and Ca removal from Zhundong coal by a novel CO2-water leaching method and the fusion behavior of the leached coal ash
– Yaxin Gao, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

Porosity, morphology and structural ordering of Pittsburgh no.8 coal chars generated at high temperatures and elevated pressures
– Sarma Pisupati, The Pennsylvania State University, USA

Separation of fine coal using an enhanced gravity separator
– Youjun Tao, China University of Mining & Technology, China

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