Program

Preliminary program

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Wednesday
26th September 2012

9:00

Welcome

9:30

Keynote lecture 1
Chemical looping combustion of solid fuels – status of development
A. Lyngfelt, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

10:10

Keynote lecture 2
Carbonate looping for post-combustion CO2 capture – status of development
E. J. Anthony, CANMET, Canada

10:50

Coffee

 

Session 1
Chemical Looping Pilot Plants I

11:20

Performance of a Fe-based residue using different coals in a 500 Wth CLC unit
T. Mendiara, A. Abad, L. F. De Diego, F. García-Labiano, P. Gayán, J. Adánez
ICB-CSIC, Spain

11:45

Main results of the 10 kW coal pilot plant operation
T. Sozinho1, W. Pelletant1, T. Gauthier1, H. Stainton2
1IFPEN, France, 2TOTAL SA, France

12:10

Operation of a 100 kW chemical looping combustor with ilmenite oxygen carrier and Cerrejón coal
P. Markström, C. Linderholm, A. Lyngfelt
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

12:35

Design and operation of a coal-fired 1 MWth chemical looping pilot plant
M. Orth, J. Ströhle, B. Epple
TU Darmstadt, Germany

13:00

Lunch

 

Session 2
Chemical Looping Pilot Plants II

14:00

Operational experience with a coupled fluidized bed system for chemical looping combustion of solid fuels
A. Thon, M. Kramp, E.-U. Hartge, S. Heinrich, J. Werther
TU Hamburg-Harburg, Germany

14:25

Chemical looping combustion of two bituminous coal/char with natural hematite as oxygen carrier in 1 kWth reactor
T. Song, L. Shen, H. Zhang, D. Chen, S. Zhang, H. Gu
Southeast University Nanjing, China

14:50

Adaptation of a 10 kWth DFB system for CLC to solid fuels and comparison of a new micaceaous iron oxide and ilmenite with respect to syngas conversion
F. Mayer, A. Bidwe, A. Schopf, K. Taheri, M. Zieba, G. Scheffknecht
University of Stuttgart, Germany

15:15

The development of 10 kW chemical looping combustion technology in ICSET, WKU
Y. Cao, S. P. Sit, W.-P. Pan
Western Kentucky University, USA

15:40

10 MW CLC field pilot
S. P. Sit1, A. Reed1, U. Hohenwarter2, V. Horn2, K. Marx3, T. Pröll3
1Cenovus Energy Inc., 2ANDRITZ Energy & Environment GmbH, 3TU Wien, Austria

16:05

Coffee

16:15

Poster Session Visit of the 1MWth testing facility

 

Thursday
27th September 2012

08:30

Keynote lecture 3
Oxygen carrier material development – overview
J. Adanez, Instituto de Carboquimica CSIC, Spain

 

Session 3
Chemical Looping Materials for Gaseous Fuels

Session 4
Carbonate Looping I

09:10

The impact of reaction mechanism on the design of continuously operating CLC systems – nickel based versus copper based oxygen carriers
T. Pröll, G. Schöny, K. Mayer, H. HofbauerTU Wien, Austria
Study of steam effect on simultaneous carbonation and sulfation of calcium sorbentsH. Pawlak-KruczekUniversity of Technology Wroclaw, Poland

09:35

Preparation and characterization of Fe-based oxygen carrier by the solution combustion approach for chemical looping combustionJ. Zhang, Q. Guo, Y. Cheng
Qingdao University of Science and Technology, China
Sulfation rates of CaO particles in a post-combustion calcium looping system
J. M. Cordero, M. Alonso, B. Arias, J. C. Abanades
INCAR -CSIC, Spain

10:00

Spray drying – a scale up ready preparation technique for oxygen carrier production
Jasper Van Noyen1, J. Deckx1, I. Thijs1, W. Hendrix1, D. Jing2, T. Mattisson2, A. Lyngfelt2, F. Snijkers1
1Flemish Institute for Technological Research (VITO), Belgium, 2Chalmers University, Sweden
The effect of SO2 on limestone attrition during fluidized bed calcium looping cycles for CO2 capture
A. Coppola, F. Montagnaro, P. Salatino, F. Scala
Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy

10:25

Developing a highly reactive and low nickel content oxygen carrier for gaseous fuels in CLC
A. Cabello, P. Gayán, F. García-Labiano, A. Abad, L. F. De Diego, J. Adánez
ICB-CSIC, Spain
Continuous CO2 capture in a 1 MWth carbonate looping pilot plant
J. Kremer, A. Galloy, J. Ströhle, B. Epple
TU Darmstadt, Germany

10:50

Coffee

 

Session 5
Chemical Looping CLOU Materials

Session 6
Carbonate Looping II

11:20

Mixed oxides as oxygen carrier material for chemical-looping combustion with oxygen uncoupling
M. Ryden, H. Leion, A. Lyngfelt, T. Mattisson
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
An advanced thermodynamic model for the simulation of the calcium looping process coupled with CFD model
A. Nikolopoulosa2, K. Atsoniosa2, N. Nikolopoulos2, P. Grammelis2, E. Kakaras1,2
1National Technical University of Athens, Greece, 2Centre for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece

11:45

The fate of sulphur during CLOU process using a Cu-based oxygen-carrier
I. Adánez-Rubio, P. Gayán, A. Abad, F. García-Labiano, L. F. De Diego, J. AdánezICB-CSIC, Spain
Development of calcium looping process in
3 kWth and 1.9 MWth facilities
M.-H. Chang, H.-W. Hsu, C.-M. Huang, W.-H. Liu, W.-C. Chen, J.-Y. Cheng, T.-W. Wen, W. Chen, C.-C. Li, C.-H. Chen, T.-H. Hsieh
Industrial Technology Research Institute, Taiwan

12:10

Evaluation of different manganese ores in chemical-looping combustion (CLC) for solid fuels
M. Arjmand, H. Leion, T. Mattisson, A. Lyngfelt
Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
Thermodynamic evaluation and cold flow model testing of an indirectly heated carbonate looping process
M. Junk, M. Reitz, J. Belz, J. Ströhle, B. Epple
TU Darmstadt, Germany

12:35

Measurement and modeling of kinetics for copper-based chemical looping with oxygen uncoupling
K. J. Whitty
University of Utah, USA
Self-fluidization in an indirectly heated calciner
D. Höftberger, J. Karl
Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

13:00

Lunch

 

Session 7
Chemical Looping Materials for Solid Fuels

Session 8
Carbonate Looping III

14:00

Experimental comparison of different ilmenites in fluidized bed and fixed bed chemical-looping combustion
G. L. Schwebel1,3, D. Filippou2, G. Hudon2, M. Tworkowski1, A. Gipperich1, W. Krumm1
1Universität Siegen, Germany, 2Rio Tinto Iron & Titanium, Canada, 3G. Schwebel dht-envitech, Germany
Ca(OH)2-based carbonation calcination reaction (CCR) process and calcium looping process (CLP) developed at the Ohio State University (OSU)
N. Phalak1, W. Wang1, N. Deshpande1, Y. Wang1, Z. Sun1, S. Luo1, S. Ramkumar2, D. Connell3, R. Statnick4, L.-S. Fan1
1The Ohio State University, USA, 2ExxonMobil Upstream Research, USA, 3CONSOL Energy Inc. R&D, USA, 4ClearSkies Consulting, USA

14:25

Incorporation of promoters to enhance the oxygen capacity and reaction rates of iron oxide oxygen carriers for chemical looping combustion of coal and methane
R. Siriwardane1, D. Miller2, H. Tian2
1National Energy Technology Center, USA, 2URS-Energy & Construction, USA
Investigation of the sorbent enhanced methane reforming reaction
M. Broda, A. M. Kierzkowska, Q. Imtiaz, C. R. Müller
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland

14:50

Sulphur evolution in chemical looping combustion for NiFe2O4 combined oxygen carrier with coal of high sulphur content
B. Wang, H. Zhao, Y. Zheng, Z. Liu, C. Zheng
Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
Assessment of thermochemistry and preliminary design of a carbon looping combustion process (Carboloop)
P. Salatino, O. Senneca
Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Italy

15:15

Chemical looping combustion of synthesis gas derived from steam gasification of coal over bimetallic Fe-Cu/supported oxides
E. Ksepko1, R. V. Siriwardane2, H. Tian2, T. Simonyi2, M. Sciazko1
1Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal, Poland, 2U.S. Department of Energy, USA
Definition of improved sorbents and their impact on the carbonate looping process
B. Schüppel
Rheinkalk – Lhoist Group, Germany

15:40

Coffee

16:00

Cruise on the river Rhine through the Upper Middle Rhine World Heritage (UNESCO)Conference Dinner

Friday
28th September 2012

08:30

Keynote lecture 4
Challenges for 2nd generation technologies like chemical and carbonate looping from an industry point of view
F. Ennenbach, F. Kluger, Alstom, Germany

 

Session 9
Chemical Looping Technology I

Session 10
Chemical Looping Materials

09:10

Development of metal oxides chemical looping process for coal-fired power plants
C. Beal1, B. Epple2, A. Lyngfelt3, J.Adanez4, Y. Larring5, Y. Joumani6, J. Wolf7
1ALSTOM Power Systems, France, 2TU Darmstadt, Germany, 3Chalmers University, Sweden, 4CSIC, Spain, 5SINTEF, Norway, 6Air Liquide, France, 7Vattenfall, Sweden
Methane combustion by moving bed fuel reactor with Fe-based oxygen carrier
H.-C. Wu, Y. Ku, P.-C. Chiu, S.-H. Shiu, Y.-L. Kuo, Y.-H. Tseng
National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taipei City, Taiwan

09:35

Chemical looping combustion: development status and perspectives – The DeCLiC project
S. Bourgeon1, Th. Gauthier2, F. Guillou2, H. Stainton1
1TOTAL SA, France, 2IFP Energies nouvelles, France
Development of bimetallic oxygen carrier containing Fe and Cu for high syngas conversion using a modified chemical looping combustion process
Q. Imtiaz, N. S. Yüzbasi, A. Kierzkowska, C. Müller
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland

10:00

Alstom’s limestone-based chemical looping prototype, program update
I. F. Abdulally
Alstom, USA
Mechanistic studies on manganese-oxide for chemical looping desulfurization
C. König1, T. Schildhauer1, S. Biollaz1, M. Nachtegaal1, N. Van Garderen2, F. Clemens2
1Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland, 2EMPA, Switzerland

10:25

Iron-based syngas chemical looping process and coal-direct chemical looping process development at Ohio State University
A. Tong, R. Kim, L. Zeng, L.-S. Fan
The Ohio State University, USA
Ni based oxygen carrier for chemical looping combustion: The key importance of the support and the preparation methods
M. R. Quddus1, M. M. Hossain2, H. I. de Lasa1
1University of Western Ontario, Canada, 2King Fahd University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

10:50

Coffee

 

Session 11
Chemical Looping Technology II

Session 12
Chemical Looping Fixed Bed

11:20

Chemical looping combustion of victorian brown coals – scientific and technical issues
S. Rajendran, C. Saha, K. Hein, S. Bhattacharya
Monash University, Australia
Packed bed reactor technology for chemical looping combustion
R. Ocone
Heriot-Watt University, UK

11:45

Process analysis of chemical looping with oxygen uncoupling (CLOU) and chemical looping combustion (CLC) for solid fuels
A. H.Sahir, N. Tingey, J. S. Lighty
University of Utah, USA
Packed bed chemical looping combustion with syngas as fuel
P. Hamers, F. Gallucci, M. van Sint Annaland
Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

12:10

Chemical looping combustion: Comparative analysis of two different overall process configurations for removing unburnt gaseous components
V. Kempkes, A. Kather
TU Hamburg-Harburg, Germany
Rotating bed reactor for CLC; bed characteristics dependencies on internal gas mixing
S. F. Håkonsen, C. A. Grande, R. Blom
SINTEF, Norway

12:35

Numerical evaluation of a pressurized CLC fuel reactor for process intensification
S. Cloete1, Shahriar Amini2
1NTNU, Norway, 2SINTEF, Norway
Operation and scale-up of fixed bed chemical looping combustion
E. Kimball, P. Van Den Bos, A. Bezuijen, P. Van Den Broeke
TNO, The Netherlands

13:00

Lunch

 

Session 13
Chemical Looping Modeling

Session 14
Chemical Looping H2/O2 production

14:00

Modeling of CH4 combustion with NiO/NiAl2O4 in a 10 kWth CLC pilot plant
M. M. Yazdanpanah1, A. Forret2, T. Gauthier2, A. Delebarre3
1TOTAL SA, France, 2IFP Energies nouvelles, France, 3ESSTIN, France
The generation of hydrogen by chemical looping: Kinetics of reduction by mixtures of CO and CO2 of wüstite supported on zirconia
W. Liu, J. S. Dennis, S. A. Scott
University of Cambridge, UK

14:25

Experiment and modelling of the effect of char particel segregation on the gas conversion behavior in the fuel reactor for chemical looping
J. Bao, Z. Li, H. Sun, L. Xu, N. Cai
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Evaluation of suitable oxygen carriers for chemical looping air separation (CLAS) for large scale oxygen production
K. Shah, H. Song, E. Doroodchi, T. Wall, B. Moghtaderi
The University of Newcastle, Australia

14:50

Modeling of Cu oxidation in adiabatic fixed-bed reactor with N2 recycle
J. R. Fernández1, J. C. Abanades1, R. Murillo2
INCAR-CSIC, Spain
Modelling and evaluation of an IGCC power plant using iron-oxide-based syngas chemical looping (SCL) combustion
M. Sorgenfrei, G. Tsatsaronis
TU Berlin, Germany

15:15

Kinetic modelling of ilmenite reduction under CO, H2 and CH4 following mechanistic and morphological approaches
P. Perreault1, H. Stainton2, G.-S. Patience1
1École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada, 2TOTAL, France
The application of chemical looping technology in mitigating ventilation air methane (VAM). 1. process analysis
Y. Zhang, E. Doroodchi, B. Moghtaderi
The University of Newcastle, Australia

15:40

Coffee

16:00

Round Table Discussion

16:30

Closure of the Conference