Biomass Combustion and Co-firing

Workshop on ash related issues in biomass combustion, Glasgow, Scotland, September 2006


Field trip and expert workshop: 

Ash
deposition and Corrosion in
Biomass (co)combustion


Chairpersons: Sjaak van Loo, Bill Livingston

organised
by
IEA Bioenergy Task 32 and
ThermalNet

Wednesday 20 September 2006

9:00-17:00  Field trip to Longannet power station
(4 MB),
and
Mitsui Babcock Technology laboratories.

Thursday 21 September 2006

Workshop on Ash deposition and Corrosion in biomass (co)combustion

Location: ThermalNet conference, Marriot
Hotel, Glasgow

Chairpersons: Bill Livingston and Sjaak
van Loo


COMPLETE REPORT (6.1 MB)

Programme:

9:10           Opening and welcome,
Sjaak van Loo, IEA Bioenergy Task 32 and ThermalNet Combnet

9:20           Overview of biomass ash
characteristics/ Thermalnet WP2D
Bill Livingston, Mitsui Babcock, UK

9:50           Ash related problems when
cofiring biomass with coal in PF burners,
Rob Korbee, ECN, Netherlands

10:10         Test rig and ash deposit
characterisation for biomass cofiring
Fraser Wigley, Imperial College, UK

10:45         Coffee break

11:00         Biomass ash deposition and
corrosion processes,
Bill Livingston, Mitsui Babcock, UK

11:20         Ash related problems in
wood fired boilers and effect of additives,
Håkan Kassman, Vattenfall Power Consultant AB, Sweden

11:40         Experience with ash
deposition in poultry litter boilers
David Bowie, Mitsui Babcock, UK

12:00         Experiences with wood/sludge
cofiring in Sweden
Claes Tullin, SP, Sweden

12:20         Discussion and conclusions,

Bill Livingston, Mitsui Babcock, UK

12:30         Closing