IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme

Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London, UK

18th-19th June 2014


Day 1 - Wednesday 18th June

Chairs: Axel Kranzman, BAM, Germany and John Oakey, Cranfield University, UK

13.30 to 13.40

Short welcome from the Host and Organiser, Paul Fennell, Imperial College London, Stanley Santos, IEAGHG

13.10 to 14.00

Introduction to the Oxy-Corrosion Workshop, Axel Kranzmann, Co-chair of workshop, BAM, Germany

14.00 to 14.30

Utilities Perspective on Requirements for Oxyfuel Combustion Power Plant, Colin Davis, EOn Technologies Ltd., UK

14.30 to 15.00

Understanding the Boiler Operation under Oxyfuel Combustion Conditions – Impact to Material Selections, Bettina Bordenet et al, Alstom Power, Germany

15.00 to 15.30

Establishing a Common Methodology in Data Collection during the Evaluation of the Fireside Corrosion of Boiler Tube Materials under Oxyfuel Combustion - Field and Laboratory Scenario, John Oakey, Cranfield University, UK

15.30 to 15.45 Coffee break

15.45 to 16.15

US DOE Programme for Materials Development in Oxyfuel Combustion, Jeffrey Hawk, US DOE NETL

16.15 to 16.45

Behaviour of Martensitic and Austenitic Steels in Simulated Oxyfuel Service Environments, Joe Quadakkers, Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH, Germany

16.45 to 17.15

Role of Deposits in Fireside Corrosion during Oxy-fuel Combustion of Coa, Manoj Peneru, IFK, Germany

17.15 to 17.30

Wrap up and discussion

Close Day 1
19.00 Dinner 

Day 2 - Thursday 19th June

08.30 to 09.00 Coffee

09.00 to 09.15 Review of the Agenda and Meeting Opening, John Oakey, Co-Chair, Cranfield University, UK

09.15 to 09.45

Effect of Temperature, Ash Deposition and Alloy Composition of Austenitic Steel during Oxyfuel Combustion, Bruce Pint, ORNL, USA

09.45 to 10.15

Fireside Corrosion in Oxy-Combustion Demonstration Plant, Steve Kung, B&W, USA

10.15 to 10.40 Coffee Break

10.40 to 11.10

Fireside Corrosion under Oxyfuel Combustion Conditions, Bettina Bordenet, Alstom Power, Switzerland

11.10 to 11.40

Results of the Impact of Ash Deposition on Martensitic Steel under Oxyfuel Combustion Conditions, Axel Kranzmann, BAM, Germany

11.40 to 12.10

Life Model Development for Superheater Materials under Oxyfuel Combustion Condition, Nigel Simms, Cranfield University, UK

12.10 to 13.20 Lunch

13.20 to 15.20

Round Table Discussion

15.20 to 15.45 Coffee Break

 15.45 to 16.15

Presentation of Summary and Conclusions from Discussion

Close of Workshop