Gasification of Biomass and Waste
Joined workshop of IEA Bioenergy Task 33 and IEA FBC "Fluidized bed conversion of biomass and waste"


24. October 2017, Skive, Denmark

 
B. Leckner, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden Heat and mass transfer to fuel particles in fluidized bed combustors and gasifiers
M. Kuba, bioenergy 2020+, Austria Ash and bed material research in fluidized bed gasification of biomass from lab- to industrial scale
R. Hughes, CanmetENERGY, Canada Co-firing of torrefied biomass and coal in oxy-FBC with Ilmenite bed material
A. Larsson, Gothenburg Energy, Sweden GoBiGas - 10 000 hours of gasification
K. Park, KEPCO, South Korea Biomass utilization status and example in fluidized bed boilers in Korea
T. Kumagai, IHI Corp., Japan Fluidized bed gasification and combustion of biomass
J. Isaksson, Valmet, Finland State of art CFB gasifiers and boilers for biomass and waste
E. Vainio, Abo Akademi University, Finland Low-temperature corrosion in fluidized bed combustion of biomass
P. Clough, Cranfield University, UK Hydrogen production from biomass feedstocks utilising a spout fluidized bed reactor
A. G. Barea, University of Seville, Spain Opportunities of hybridization of CSP plants by biomass gasification
P. Knutsson, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden Bed material-alkali interactions during fuel conversion in fluidized bed
A. Nikolopoulos, CERTH, Greece Assessing CFB combustors flexibility with respect to load changes and fuel type
J. Lyu, Tsinghua University, China Research, development and its application of ciclulating fluidized bed boiler technology in China
F. Benedikt, Vienna University of Technology, Austria Results from the 100 kW dual fluidized bed gasifier at Vienna University of Technology
M. Insa, EDF, France Biggest BFB for biomass combustion in France - Lessons learned
K. Whitty, University of Utah, USA Wrap up