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 and SNCR techniques play a major role too.
In addition plant retrofits and new developments in FGD performance are presented as well as ESP upgrade possibilities.
At the end some information about emission measurement techniques and experiences with flue gas condensation will be given.
The workshop includes the visit of the Mur Hydropower Plant Graz.
Programme>(Subject to revision)
Last update: 7 Febraury 2019
Wednesday, 22 May 2019 10:30 Opening of the conference office / Lunch 11:55 Welcome
Andreas Wecker, VGB PowerTech, Essen/Germany
12:00 Setting up the EU legislative framework for thermal generation
Rémi Bussac, EDF, St. Deni s/France, Hélene Lavray, EURELECTIRC, Brussels/Belgium
12:30 Flue gas treatment: from removal efficiency to energy efficiency
David Boyer, Jérome Giralt, LAB SA, Lyon/France
13:00 Hybrid SCNR/SCR Denox System – high dust application at a coal-fired power plant
Christian Helmreich, Andreas Anderl, M.A.L. Umwelttechnik Wien, Vienna/Austria
13:30 Coffee break 14:00 Operating experience with SCR direct ammonia injection at Alliant Energy Colombia station
Thomas Gomboc, Paul Petty, Andritz Inc., Colombia/USA
14:30 Consideration of the transient aspects of SCR and oxidation catalysts for faster startup emissions compliance
Chris Bertole, CORMETECH, Durham/USA
15:00 SCR catalyst management and minimizing total cost of ownership of SCR installations
Xavier Henry, ENGIE Laborelec, Linkebeek/Belgium
15:30 SNCR-application of the TWIN-NOx process in large coal-fired boilers to keep pace with new NOx emission limits
Bernd von der Heide, Mehldau & Steinfath Umwelttechnik GmbH, Essen/Germany
16:00 Coffee Break 16:30 Use of co-benefits from FGD upgrades example: mist eliminator replacement
Stefan Binkowski, Steinmüller Engineering GmbH, Gummersbach/Germany
17:00 Execution of first FGD retrofit in Bosnia and Herzegovina: Challenges of performance requirements and project execution
Bernd Vollmer, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Europe GmbH, Duisburg/Germany
17:30 Research on alternative construction of perforatred shelf
Mariola Kobylanska-Pawlitz, Jerzy Mazurek, RAFAKO S.A., Racibórz/Poland
18:30 All participants meet in front of the hotel
Dinner at the restaurant Schlossberg
Thursday, 23 May 2019 08:30 Todays and future applications of metallic materials in lignite FGD and marine scrubbers
Volker Wahl, VDM Metals International GmbH, Werdohl, Rolf Streib, Beratungs- u. Ingenieurbüro Dipl.-Ing. Rolf Streib, Bocholt/Germany
09:00 Operating experience of Andritz TurboCDS system at OG&E Sooner station
Paul Petty, Ralph Lebron, Andritz Inc., Colombia/USA
09:30 Development of the circulating fluidized bed scrubber (CFBS) technology in 1 MWth scale pilot plant
Mariana Carvalho, Pasi Liimatainen, Vesna Barisic, Sumitomo SHI FW, Varkaus/Finland
10:00 Coffee break 10:30 Low cost ESP upgrade for BREF compliance
Mads Kirk Larsen, FLSmidth A/S, Copenhagen/Denmark
11:00 Cost benefit assessment of various flue gas conditioning approches
Roger Brandwood, Uniper Technologies Ltd., Ratcliffe-on-Soar/UK
11:30 Coffee break 12:00 Emissions and emission measurement of SO2, SO3 and particulates at modern coal-fired power plants
Jan Middelkamp, DNV GL, Arnhem/The Netherlands, Marten Kooistra, ENGIE Laborelec, Linkebeek/Belgium
12:30 Flue gas condensation – operating experience
Folmer Fogh, Ørsted Thermal Power A/S, Fredericia/Denmark
13:00 Lunch Break 14:00 Visit Mur Hydropower Plant Graz 17:30 End of the workshop
You may book rooms in the Hotel Weitzer online. Room options expire by 9 April 2019.