Biomass Combustion and Co-firing

Combined meeting with EPRI/Biomass Interest Group, Salt Lake City, USA, February 2003

Joint meeting
of IEA Bioenergy Task 32 and EPRI/Biomass Interest Group

Industrially
relevant, technical progress in 
developing biomass as a viable energy source

University
of Utah, Salt Lake City, Feb 19, 2003

Chairpersons: Sjaak van Loo and Evan Hughes

 

From

To

Topic

8:45

9:00

Welcome,
Sjaak van Loo and Evan Hughes

9:00

9:30

Co-firing
biomass with fossil fuels – technological and economic evaluation
based on Austrian experiences
(1.54 MB)
Ingwald Obernberger, University of Graz, Austria

9:30

10:00

Case
Studies of Biomass Projects
(4.97 MB)
Larry Felix, Southern Company, USA

10:00

10:30

A
Combustion Engineer’s Experience with Biomass
(5 kB)
Gary Walling, Alliant Energy, USA

10:30

10:45

Refreshment break

10:45

11:15

Optimisation
of biomass grate firing systems
(936 kB)
Sjaak van Loo, TNO, Netherlands

11:15

11:45

A Review of Issues Associated with Coal-Biomass
Cofiring
(6.38 MB)
Larry Baxter, BYU, USA 

11:45

12:15

Biomass
Utilization in Australia

(5.52 MB)
Bob Saunders, Stanwell Corp, Australia

12:15

13:15

Lunch

13:15

13:45

Review
of Biomass Cofiring Activities 
Stan Harding, Reactor
Engineering International on behalf of Dave Tillman, Foster Wheeler
Corp.
, USA

13:45

14:15

Biomass
Combustion and Cofiring in the Netherlands
(1.33 MB)
Ton Konings, KEMA, Netherlands

14:15

14:45

Case
study for biomass cofiring in the Netherlands
Ad van Dongen, Reliant, Netherlands

14:45

15:00

Refreshment break

15:00

15:30

Bioenergy:
Recent developments in Denmark
(1.02 MB)
Henrik Houmann Jakobsen, DK-Teknik, Denmark

15:30

16:00

Bioenergy
utilization in Sweden
(1.73 MB)
Claes Tullin,SP, Sweden

16:00

17:00

Roundtable
Discussion