The Flue Gas Cleaning Workshop, originally scheduled for May 6-7 in Dresden, has been postponed to September 30/October 1.
This year both the 18th workshop and the 100th anniversary of VGB PowerTech take place. The event offers a platform for networking and exchange of experience of experts.
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 comparing the BREF-LCP document implementation across a section of EU countries and the necessary process optimization. New university research results about particles analysis and modelling of spray nozzles as well as new aspects of FGD development will be presented. In this context, it is considered whether semi-dry FGD can be used with bio flue gas. Aspects of co-removal of NOx and SOx and SCR/SNCR techniques will be discussed.
Two presentations are about operation experiences in power plants and finally experience with measurement systems of sulfur in combination with SO3 and CO2 capture at a waste-to-energy plant will be given.
Programme>(Subject to revision)
Last update: 28 April 2020
Wednesday, 30 September 2020 10:30 Opening of the conference office / Lunch 11:55 Welcome
Andreas Wecker, VGB PowerTech, Essen/Germany
12:00 Comparing LCP BREF implementation across a selection of EU countries
Roger Brandwood, David Graham, Uniper Technologies Ltd., Ratcliffe-on-Soar / UK
12:30 Process optimization, operational cost reduction, BREF immission limits. Customized engineered spray solutions as essential part of technical concepts
Thomas Schröder, Lechler GmbH, Metzingen / Germany
13:00 Assessment of dry flue gas cleaning processes using particle analyzes
Martin Koehler, Andrea Ohle, Michael Beckmann, TU Dresden, Dresden / Germany
13:30 An innovative new sorbent designed for circulating dry scrubbers
Johan Heiszwolf, Rodney Foo, Lhoist Business Innovation Center, Nivelles / Belgium
14:00 Coffee break 14:30 It’s all in the dust cake
Florin Popovici, Evonik Fibres, Monza / Italy
15:00 Can an old semi-dry FGD be used with bio flue gas?
Folmer Fogh, Ørsted Markets & Bioenergy A/S, Fredericia / Denmark
15:30 Development of a semi-analytical calculation tool to model the mass transfer of technical spray nozzles for the design and optimization of process engineering
Daniel Beerbaum, Daniel Bernhardt, Michael Beckmann, TU Dresden, Dresden, Tobias Jakobs, Thomas Kolb, ITC Karlsruhe Institut für Technologie, Karlsruhe / Germany
16:00 Coffee Break 16:30 Upscaling and evalutation of absorption based systems for co-removal of NOx and SOx from flue gases
Jakob Johansson, Frederik Normann, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg / Sweden
17:00 Final report RVS test module made of Alloy 2120 after 37,000 operating hours
Volker Wahl, VGM Metals International GmbH, Werdohl, Uwe Prochaska, LEAG, Neukieritzsch, Rolf Streib, Beratungs- u. Ingenieurbüro Dipl.-Ing. Rolf Streib, Bocholt / Germany
17:30 A tray - more than "just" SOx removal
Lutz Brandau, Steinmüller Engineering GmbH, IHI Group Company, Gummersbach/Germany
18:30 All participants meet in front of the hotel
Dinner on the historical paddle steamer Krippen
Thursday, 1 October 2020 08:30 Full-scale demonstration of LJUNGSTRÖM’s AdvX® system
Blake Stapper, Wolf-Peter Jehn, Jonas Klingspor, ARVOS LJUNGSTRÖM GmbH, Heidelberg / Germany
09:00 A safe and effective technique for SCR catalyst cleaning
Marten Kooistra, Laborelec, Linkebeek / Belgium
09:30 SNCR process – two is better than one – combining the advantages of ammonia water and urea solution as reagent
Bernd von der Heide, Daniel von der Heide, Timo von der Heide, Mehldau & Steinfath Umwelttechnik GmbH, Essen / Germany
10:00 Impact of ammonia slip on flue gas desulphurization systems
Mariola Kobylańska-Pawlitz, Jerzy Mazurek, Tomasz Wypiór, RAFAKO S.A., Racibórz / Poland
10:30 Coffee break 11:00 Drivers and results from three recent upgrades at Sines power plant
Paulo Jorge Félix, EDP Produção, Lisbon/Portugal
11:30 ISKEN power plant – getting ready for the next 15 years of successful and environmental compliant operation
Jan Hintzen, Matthias Schneider, STEAG Energy Services GmbH, Essen / Germany, Mehmet Topeli, İskenderun Enerji Üretim ve Tic. A.Ş., Adana / Turkey
12:00 Experience with measurements of Sulfur components including SO3/H2SO4 for process control in coal-fired power plants
Deborah Padwater, SICK AG, Waldkirch, Jörg Baasner, SICK AG, Überlingen / Germany
12:30 CO2 capture and liquefaction at a waste-to-energy plant
Andy Roeloffzen, Twence BV, Hengelo / The Netherlands
13:00 Lunch Break 14:00 Visit of DREWAG Power Plant Museum 17:00 End of the workshop
A block of rooms has already been reserved in the Steigenberger Hotel de Saxe. Please make your reservation under the keyword „VGB“.
- Single room per night incl. breakfast: 129.00 €
- Dopple room per night incl. breakfast: 149.00 €
- Steigenberger Hotel de Saxe
Neumarkt 9 | 01067 Dresden | F: ++49 351-4386810
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