Steam Generators, Industrial and Cogeneration Plants 2018 including Workshop CHP

21/22 March 2018 in Rostock, Germany

The Conference Steam Generators, Industrial and Cogeneration Plants, CHP 2018 will focus on storage technologies, flexibility, conservation and the ‘future of power plants in 2025’ in order to match current and future requirements of energy policy. Current operating experiences with new technologies and practical applications will be discussed at this conference.

Parallel to the conference, the workshop CHP 2018 will take place in Section B on 22 March. The extension of decentralised generation and highly-fluctuating supply of renewable energy will be an important challenge for future energy generation. Engines are able to operate high load change gradients, at short start-up time and only little technical effort to maintain temperature. These features make combustion engines increasingly important for electricity and heat generation.

The essential value of this conference is the determination of the state of the art. Take advantage of this VGB event as platform for networking and the exchange of experiences with professionals to manage the upcoming challenges. Find out about new technologies for the future!

  • Programme - Conference >
    (Subject to revision)

    Last update: 7 December 2017

    Wednesday, 21. March 2018
    08:00 Registration and visit of the technical exhibition
    09:00 Welcome
    Dipl.-Ing. Udo Gade, ehemals Projektmanager der Vattenfall Europe, Cottbus/Germany
      Plenary Session
    09:10
    P1
    The future of fossil energy generation – problems and challenges
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Harald Weber, Universität Rostock, Fakultät für Informatik und Elektrotechnik, Institut für Elektrische Energietechnik, Rostock/Germany
    09:40
    P2
    Energy transition – further development in 50Hertz’ control area
    Dr. Frank Golletz, 50Hertz Transmission GmbH, Technischer Geschäftsführer, Berlin/Germany
    10:10
    P3
    Security and safety in times of digitalization
    Matthias Springer, TÜV NORD Systems GmbH & Co. KG, Essen/Germany
    10:40 Coffee break in the exhibition
    11:00

    Panel Discussion

    Moderation: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Klaus Görner, Universität Duisburg-Essen/Germany

    Participants:

    • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Harald Weber, Universität Rostock
    • Dr. Frank Golletz, 50Hertz Transmission GmbH
    • Matthias Springer, TÜV NORD Systems GmbH & Co. KG, Essen
    • Dr. Andreas Schnauss, Vattenfall
    • Margit Thomeczek, EnergieAgentur.NRW GmbH
    12:00 Lunch break in the exhibition
    13:30
    P4
    N.N.
    Dr. Stefan Rudolph (enquired) Staatssekretär im Ministerium für Wirtschaft, Arbeit und Gesundheit Mecklenburg Vorpommern, Schwerin/Germany
    14:00
    V1
    Life with cracks in components …? Definition of in-spection intervals using fracture mechanical approaches
    Prof. Manuela Sander, Lehrstuhl für Strukturmechanik Universität Rostock, Rostock/Germany
    14:15
    V2
    Further developments and application of methodology and draft directive for a damage tolerance analysis of thick walled, flexibly loaded components
    Dr.-Ing. Michael Schuknecht und Herr Rieck, TÜV NORD Systems GmbH & Co. KG, Essen/Germany
    14:45
    V3
    Flexible operation of new ultrasupercritical CHP-units GKM 9 and Moorburg A/B
    Dr. Matthias Meierer, GKM Grosskraftwerk Mannheim AG (GKM) and Dr. Karsten Schneicker Vattenfall Heizkraftwerk Moorburg GmbH
    15:15 Coffee break in the exhibition
    15:45
    V4
    Replacement of a coal fired CHP “Reuter C” in Berlin by a 120 MW power to heat plant
    Peter Kontny-Asmussen, Vattenfall, Projektleiter Fernwärme Berlin/Germany
    16:15
    V5
    Process reliability by rental energy plants for steam and hot water
    Dipl.-Wirt.-Ing. Reiner Weiss, Hagelschuer Rhein-Main GmbH & Co. KG, Darmstadt/Germany
    16:45
    V6
    CFD analysis and optimization of a multi-fuel burner
    Hannes Lippert, voestalpine Stahl GmbH, Linz/Österreich and Dr. Roland Eisl, enrag AG, Attnang Puchheim/Austria
    17:15 End of the first conference day and visit of the technical exhibition
    19:00 Evening event on the „Sonnendeck“ of the conference hall (DIHKW + BHKW)
    Thursday, 22 March 2018
    08:30 Visit of the technical exhibition
    09:00
    V7
    Concept for RAM analysis in modern thermal power plants
    Jonathan Ferber, FM Global, Consultant Engineer, Frankfurt and Michael Schütz, RWE Technology International GmbH, Essen/Germany
    09:30
    V8
    Analysis of damages at austenitic boiler tubes
    Dr.-Ing. Simon Heckmann, RWE Generation SE, Quality Assurance and Materials, Essen and Michael Schütz, RWE Technology International GmbH, Essen/Germany
    10:00
    V9
    RECOM-AIOLOS Reliable predictions of NOx and CO for gas- and oil-combustion systems using the validated 3D-simulation tool RECOM-AIOLOS
    Dr. Benedetto Risio, RECOM Services GmbH, Stuttgart/Germany
    10:30 Coffee break in the exhibition
    11:00
    V10
    No-load operation with coal at full live steam and reheat steam temperatures
    Prof. Dr. Reinhard Leitner, TU Braunschweig, Abt. Institut für Energie- und Systemverfahrenstechnik, Braunschweig and Dr.-Ing. Niels-Oliver Brinkmeier, Becker Büttner Held Consulting AG, Berlin/Germany
    11:30
    V11
    Dynamic power plant simulation using ClaRa – an open source modelica library
    Dr.-Ing. Lasse Nielsen, TLK-Thermo GmbH, Braunschweig/Germany, Dr.-Ing. Friedrich Gottelt and Dipl.-Ing. Timm Hoppe, XRG-S Simulation GmbH, Hamburg/Germany
    12:00 Lunch break at the exhibition
    13:30
    V12
    Commissioning and first operating experiences of the 1100 MW coal fired power plant Datteln 4
    Ingo Telöken, Uniper Technologies GmbH, Leiter der Baustelle Kraftwerk Datteln 4, Gelsenkirchen/Germany and Ulrich Symanek, Uniper Technologies GmbH, Boiler ­Engineering, Gelsenkirchen/Germany, Marco Eidner, Uniper Kraftwerke GmbH, Gelsenkirchen/Germany
    14:00
    V13
    Online measurement of fireside corrosion in power plant boilers
    M. Sc. Andreas Müller, Dr. Jochen Ströhle, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Bernd Epple, TU Darmstadt/Germany
    14:30 Final discussion
    15:00 Farewell Coffee
    15:15 Departure for the technical visit
    (Stadtwerke Rostock AG, GuD)
    (DIHKW + BHKW)
    17:00 End of the conference
  • Programme - Workshop CHP >
    (Programmänderungen vorbehalten)
    (Language: German only!)

    Letzte Aktualisierung: 7. Dezember 2017

    Donnerstag, 22. März 2018
      SEKTION B: BHKW-WORKSHOP
    Konferenzsprache: Deutsch
    08:30 Registrierung und Besuch der Fachausstellung
    09:00
    B1
    Wärmeüberträger in KWK-Anlagen
    Florian Heindel, APROVIS Energy Systems GmbH, Weidenbach
    09:30
    B2
    Auswirkungen emissionsrechtlicher Vorgaben auf die Abgasnachbehandlung von Blockheizkraftwerken
    Dirk Goeman, Emission Partner GmbH & Co. KG, Hannover
    10:00
    B3
    Erzeugungsanlagen im Spannungsfeld der IT-Sicherheits-Anforderungen
    Uwe Jacob, Gruppenleiter Netzbetrieb und Netzleit-technik/HoS OPE-GOC DNVGL Energy, EA Dresden
    10:30 Kaffeepause in der Ausstellung
    11:00
    B4
    Dampf und KWK für Ihren Erfolg!
    Jörg Lösing, 2G Energietechnik GmbH, Heek
    11:30
    B5
    Gasmotorenöle – Einflussfaktoren auf das Alterungsverhalten und die Ölstandzeit in typischen BHKW Anwendungen
    Hendrik Karl, Fuchs Schmierstoffe GmbH, Garbsen-Berenbostel
    12:00 Mittagspause in der Ausstellung
    13:30
    B6
    Schäden an Verbrennungskraftmaschinen
    Christoph Harden, Schaden Support GmbH, Hamburg
    14:00
    B7
    Die technisch-wirtschaftliche Querverflechtung zur steuerlichen Optimierung von kommunalen Unternehmen durch die Nutzung der BHKW-Technik
    Dr.-Ing. Dirk Schramm, IfE – Ingenieurbüro für Energiewirtschaft, Steinbach-Hallenberg
    14:30
    B8
    BHKW Betrieb mit unterschiedlichen Brennstoffen
    Heinrich Baas, New System Technologies – Caterpillar Energy Solutions GmbH, Mannheim
    15:00 Farewell Coffee
    15:15 Abfahrt zur Betriebsbesichtigung
    (DIHKW + BHKW) Stadtwerke Rostock AG, GuD
    17:00 Ende der Veranstaltung
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    • Hotel Yachthafenresidenz Hohe Düne | Am Yachthafen 1 | 18119 Rostock-Warnemünde | F: +49 381/5040–6099 | E-Mail reservierung@yhd.de
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      • Double room: EURO 185.00

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