Flue Gas Cleaning

2018-05-16 - 2018-05-17
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Steigenberger Hotel Hamburg
Heiligengeistbrücke 4, 20459 Hamburg
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690.00 € - 890.00 €
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The workshop covers a wide range of flue gas cleaning activities, especially with a view to the activities for meeting the future emission limits, which are defined in the BREF-LCP process. Therefore, the workshop starts with an overview of the existing and forthcoming new environmental EU legislation.

The recent developments and experiences with SCR techniques play a major role too. In addition to the plant life extension of flue gas cleaning equipment experiences with CFB operation and new findings in two loop reactors, spray nozzle arrangements and heat exchanger material will be discussed as well. In the case of dust separation, recent findings of ESP- and FF-operation will be presented. For the investigation of particle-bound corrosion a detailed view on the particle’s structure and composition is required. For this, research activities about the analysis of such particles will be introduced.

The last presentation is about the cleaning of flue gas condensate, which will be presented by Folmer Fogh, the moderator of the workshop and chairman of the technical working group “Emission Control” for many years. This is his last event as chairman of the group.

The workshop includes the visit of the Power Plant Moorburg.

  • Programme
    (Subject to revision)

    Last update: 19 April 2018

    Wednesday, 16 May 2018
    11:30 Opening of the conference office / Lunch
    12:20 Welcome
    Andreas Wecker, VGB PowerTech, Essen/Germany
    12:30 Overview of the existing and forthcoming new environmental EU legislation
    Rémi Bussac, EDF, St. Deni s/France, Hélene Lavray, EURELECTIRC, Brussels/Belgium
    13:00 Plant lifetime extension – flue gas cleaning systems renovation results
    Chandarith Luy, EDF, Paris/France
    13:30 Challenges of using particle wire mesh probe in flue gas cleaning systems
    Martin Köhler, Andrea Oh le, Michael Beckmann, TU Dresden, Dresden/Germany
    14:00 Coffee break
    14:30 Flue gas cleaning condensation/cleaning
    Folmer Fogh, Ørsted Thermal Power A/S, Fredericia/Denmark
    15:00 SOx and the SCR – how sulphur influences catalyst operation
    Chris Bertole, George Wensell, CORMETECH, Durham/USA
    15:30 SCR: Cost reduction by catalyst regeneration
    Max Ebinger, Ebinger Katalysatorservice, Wildeshausen/Germany
    16:00 Coffee Break
    16:30 DeNOx utilizing Urea to Ammonia(U2A), operating experience leading to significant rupture of main ammonia delivery line
    Kevin Harrington, ES B, Kilimer/Ireland
    17:00 SNCR technology in large coal-fired boilers – commercial application meets new EU NOx emission limits
    Bernd von der Heide, Mehldau & Steinfath Umwelttechnik GmbH, Essen/Germany
    17:30 Ultra-high voltage energization of electrostatic precipitators for coal-fired boilers
    Mads Larsen, FLSmidth A/S, Copenhagen/Denmark
    18:00 All participants meet in front of the hotel
    Visit of Elbphilharmonie and dinner
    Thursday, 17 May 2018
    08:30 Engineering the bag filter dust cake for efficient SO2 removal
    Florin Popovici, Evonik Fibres Italy, Monza/Italy
    09:00 Circulating Bed FGD – operating experiences optimization V’s availability
    John Wall, ESB, Kilimer/Ireland
    09:30 CFB scrubber projects overview of Sumitomo SHI FW
    Pasi Liimatainen, Michal Maczko, Sumitomo SHI FW, Varkaus/Finland, Sosnowiec/Poland
    10:00 Coffee break
    10:30 New water saving FGD technology in South Africa: CFB FGD demonstration plant at Kendal PP
    Annikie Moganelwa, Puseletso Godana, ESKOM, Johannesburg /South Africa, Sabrina Schäfer, Steinmüller Engineering GmbH, Gummersbach/Germany
    11:00 Pressure loss reduction of two loop FGD absorbers
    Stefan Binkowski, Dorian Rasche, Steinmüller Engineering GmbH, Gummersbach/Germany
    11:30 Presentation of specially developed components/ nozzles for optimized scrubber configuration
    Thomas Schröder, Lechler GmbH, Metzingen/Germany
    12:00 Coffee break
    12:30 RVS module made of Alloy 2120 at Lippendorf PP
    Ludger Overmann, Bilfinger Engineering, Oberhausen, Ingo Schirm, LEAG, Cottbus, Rolf Streib, Beratungs- u. Ingenieurbüro Dipl.-Ing. Rolf Streib, Bocholt/Germany
    13:00 Lunch Break
    14:00 Visit Moorburg Power Plant
    17:30 End of the workshop