Biomass Combustion and Co-firing

IEA Bioenergy workshop on developments in small scale biomass combustion, Vienna, November 2012

Tuesday 13 November 2012


Workshop: 

Biomass Combustion – Small scale systems

IEA Bioenergy Conference
Vienna, Austria

The
workshop presented the results of recent R&D in improvement of small
scale biomass combustion systems. Reduction of aerosols from small scale
combustion remains a key priority, and the presentations in this
workshop showed that significant progress can be achieved with regard to
the current technology status.

Presentations can be downloaded
below



Start



Topic



Speaker



Organisation


13:40


Annual
efficiency of small scale biomass
combustion systems


Walter Haslinger


Bioenergy 2020+,
Small scale combustion systems, Austria


14:00


Modern logwood stoves – requirements, development and evaluation


Christoph Schmidl


Bioenergy 2020+,
Small scale combustion systems, Austria


14:20




State-of-the-art and assessment of filter technologies for
residential biomass combustion systems


Ingwald Obernberger


Institute for Process and Particle Engineering,
Graz University of Technology, Austria


14:40



Particulate
matter emissions from small-scale biomass combustion systems –
characterisation and primary measures for emission reduction


Thomas Brunner


Bioenergy 2020+, Austria


15:50



Toxicological
characteristics of particulate emissions from biomass combustion


Maija-Riitta Hirvonen


University of Eastern Finland,
Department of Environmental Science,
Inhalation Toxicology Laboratory,
Finland

The workshop was organized as part of the IEA Bioenergy Conference by IEA Bioenergy Task 32.