Workshop: Energy Supply for Intensified Processes

 

Allgemeine Information

Datum: 25. – 25.06.2014
Ort: (A) Gleisdorf, Steiermark
Adresse: forumKloster, Hall Katharina, (A) Gleisdorf

25th of June, 2014 in Gleisdorf Austria
09.30-18:00, forumKloster, Hall Katharina (first floor)


The EFCE Working Party on Process Intensification (http://www.efce.info/index.html) and the IEA Task 49/IV (http://task49.iea-shc.org/) cordially invite you to a common workshop to exchange views on the effect of intensifed processes on industrial energy supply. The workshop will be organised in the framework of “Gleisdorf Solar 2014”, an international conference on solar heating and cooling.

Please follow this link to register for the workshop: http://www.aee-intec-events.org/gs2014/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=37&Itemid=69&lang=en.
(Registration can be done for the workshop only, or for a 2 or 3 day pass for “Gleisdorf Solar” including 1 or 2 days conference plus workshop).

The workshop aims at bringing together experts working in process intensification to exchange views and respective studies on the questions:


-Will intensifed processes change the landscape of industrial energy requirements?
-To which extent can these changes be expected within the near (2020) and longer-term
future (2050)?
-Which effect on renewable energy integration can be expected?

Final programme and agenda (download here).

Keynotes:
The PI roadmap and European Research activities – indicative trends for industrial energy supply
Tom van Gerven, KU Leuven
Renewable Energy Supply (focus Solar process heat) – potential and state of the art
Christoph Brunner, AEE INTEC

Presentations on selected PI examples and effects on energy supply:
Intensification of heat and mass transfer via membrane reactors
Joachim Koschikowski, Fraunhofer ISE
Integration of pervaporation in ester synthesis
Susanne Lux, TU Graz
Integrating solar desalination and solar power generation
Rasmus Olson, Alva Laval
Plasma-based conversion of human waste to syngas and further to electricity in SOFC´s
Georgios Stefanidis, TU Delft
Continuous processing with oscillatory flow reactors
Anh Phan, University Newcastle
Rotating reactors and biofuels for sustainable energy supply
Jonathan Lee, University Newcastle
HEX reactors and heat exchangers
Christophe Gourdon, ENSIACET Toulouse
New storage materials and systems – overview
Wim van Helden, AEE INTEC
Metal hydrides for hydrogen and heat storage
José M. Bellosta von Colbe, HZG

Group work and plenary discussion
Collection of perspectives, ideas and questions of the participants addressing the above research questions.
Plenary discussion with the speakers of the groups and the plenum

 
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