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SolarPaces2018 - Concentrating Solar Power and Chemical Energy Systems

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Tuesday 02/10 Wednesday 03/10 Thursday 04/10 Friday 05/10


08:00 Registration
09:00 Opening Chapiteau
Chair: Hicham Bouzekri, MASEN
1
Welcome / Introduction
Hicham Bouzekri, MASEN
2
Welcome and Opening Remarks from the Ministry of Energy
Aziz Rabbah, Minister of Energy, Mines and Sustainable Development, Kingdom of Morocco
3
IEA Perspectives on the Role of CSP in Renewable Energy
Paul Simons, IEA
4
Welcome from MASEN
Mustapha Bakkoury, MASEN
5
Welcome from IRESEN
Badr Ikken, IRESEN
6
Welcome and News from SolarPACES
Robert Pitz-Paal, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e. V. (DLR)
10:00 Keynote - CSP Hybrids (PV, Bio, Fossil) Chapiteau
10:00
CSP Hybrids - Competitive Energy Supply for the Power Market
Jose Alfonso Nebrera, ACS
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 Plenary - CSP Markets and Projects Chapiteau
Chair: Mark Mehos, NREL
1
Introduction
Mark Mehos, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
2
CSP in Morocco
Mohamed Sahri, MASEN
3
CSP Technology and Industry Development in China
Alina Gilmanova, IEE-CAS
4
DEWA CSP Project
Thomas Altmann, ACWA Power
5
Port Augusta and Project Developments in Australia and Chile
William Gould, SolarReserve
6
Updates Chile
Rodrigo Mancilla, Chile Solar Committee
7
Spotlight: Global Storage needs until 2040
Ian Berryman, Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF)
12:30 Lunch Break
13:45 Plenary - Climate Change and CSP Chapiteau
Chair: Costas Papanicolas, The Cyprus Institute
1
Climate Change Impact in the Mediterranean
Maria Snoussi, Mohammed V University
2
CSP: Supporting Mitigation of Climate Change
Luis Crespo, ESTELA
3
Policy Measures to Combat Climate Change
Michel Jarraud, D.G. Emeritus World Meteorological Organization
4
Panel Discussion
Abdelali Dakkina, Ministry of Energy, Kingdom of Morocco
5
Panel Discussion
Costas Papanicolas, Cyprus Institute
6
Panel Discussion
Expert from Egypt, t.b.d.
15:15 Coffee Break
15:45 Panel - Supply Chain Chapiteau
Chair: Anna Heimsath, FhG-ISE
Session details to be published soon
17:15 Poster Session 1 Chapiteau
A-01
TiC – SiC Carbide Nanocomposites Intended as Bulk Materials for High Temperature Solar Selective Receivers
Audrey Soum-Glaude, PROMES-CNRS
A-02
Coating and Oxidation Effect on the Thermal Radiative Properties of Inconel 625, FeCrAlloy and Kanthal Super ER
Johann Colas, PROMES-CNRS
A-03
Advanced Materials Development of High-Temperature-Stable Secondary Mirrors: Suppressing Silver Agglomeration Under Extreme Conditions
Sophie Gledhill, Fraunhofer ISE
A-04
Alumina Thin Film as Oxidation Barrier for Spectrally Selective Absorber Coatings
Ivan Jerman, National Institute of Chemistry
A-05
MXene-like Borophene Pigment for High Performance Absorber Coatings
Luka Noč, National Institute of Chemistry
A-06
Photothermal and Thermography Techniques Applied in the Characterization of the Thermophysical Properties of Solar Absorbers: A Review
Hernando Romero Paredes Rubio, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa
A-07
In-Power: Development of an Effective and Highly Durable Antisoiling Coating for CSP Mirrors
Elena Torralba-Calleja, LEITAT Technological Center
A-08
Alumina Forming Alloys for Use in CSP Plants Using Liquid Metals as Heat Transfer Media
Alfons Weisenburger, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
B-01
Assessment of Optical, Physical, and Chemical Properties of Red Sand After Long-Term Operation in a Particle Heating Receiver Power Tower System
Hany Al-Ansary, King Saud University
B-02
Thermo-Mechanical Modeling and Parametric Analysis of Volumetric Solar Receivers with Honeycomb Absorbers
Mahmoud Alaa, Faculty of Engineering at Helwan, Helwan University
B-03
Influence of Application Parameters on Stability of Pyromark 2500 Receiver Coatings
Andrea Ambrosini, Sandia National Laboratories
B-04
A Method for Annual Spillage Estimation Using Flux Map-Derived Heliostat Shape Parameters
Charles-Alexis Asselineau, Solar Thermal Group
B-05
Aperture Exergy Analysis of Solar Tower Systems
Charles-Alexis Asselineau, Solar Thermal Group
B-06
CFD Numerical Model for Open Volumetric Receivers with Graded Porosity Dense Wire Meshes and Experimental Validation
Antonio Avila-Marin, CIEMAT-Plataforma Solar de Almería
B-07
Non-Selective Coating for Porous Materials Used for Solar Thermal Applications
Antonio Avila-Marin, CIEMAT-Plataforma Solar de Almería
B-08
Experimental Evaluation of Innovative Morphological Configurations for Open Volumetric Receiver Technology
Antonio Avila-Marin, CIEMAT-Plataforma Solar de Almería
B-09
Horizontal Fluidized Bed Reactor for Particulate Calcination
Hadrien Benoit, PROMES-CNRS
B-10
Methodology for Estimating Mean Field Reflectance in CSP Plants
Aristides Bonanos, Cyprus Institute
B-11
Analysis of Volumetric Solar Radiation Absorbers Made of Wire Meshes
Gerd Breitbach, FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences
B-12
Machine Learning for Solar Trackers
Jose Carballo, CIESOL
B-13
The Effect of Receiver Tilt Angle on Particle Residence Time Distributions in a Vortex-Based Solar Particle Receiver
Dominic Davis, University of Adelaide
B-14
Regenerator-Type Connection Between a Volumetric Receptor and a High Efficiency Turbine. Design and Optimization
Itzal del Hoyo Arce, IK4-TEKNIKER
B-15
Beam-Down Solar Power Plant: Dealing with Seasonality with a Compound Parabolic Concentrator
Simon Eibner, IMT Mines Albi
B-16
Detailed Dynamic Model for the Gravity Drainage of a Tower Solar Receiver, with ThermoSysPro Library Time Needed to Completely Drain the Receiver and Salt Temperature as a Function of the Ambient Conditions
Baligh El Hefni, EDF
B-17
Performance of a Particle-to-Air Heat Exchanger in an Integrated Gas Turbine-Solar Particle Heating Receiver Power Tower System
Abdelrahman El-Leathy, King Saud University
B-18
A Method for the Calculation of the Design Wind Loads on Heliostats
Matthew Emes, University of Adelaide
B-19
The POLYPHEM Project: An Innovative Small-Scale Solar Thermal Combined Cycle
Alain Ferriere, PROMES-CNRS
B-20
Optimization of a Solar Tower CSP Plant Operating with a Load-Following Strategy
Giuseppe Franchini, University of Bergamo
B-21
Improving the Heat Transfer Characteristics of the Spiky Central Receiver Air Pre-Heater Using Helically Swirled Fins
Dewald Grobbelaar, Stellenbosch University
B-22
Pilot1000: An Extensive Software Suite for Research Grade Sun Tracking Equipment
Emmanuel Guillot, PROMES-CNRS
B-23
Heat Transfer Optimization for Corrugated Fin Spiked Concept Receiver
Jaap Hoffmann, Stellenbosch University
B-24
Wind Load Measurements for Heliostats
Azadeh Jafari, University of Adelaide
B-25
A Novel Solar Bubbling Receiver for Heating a Gas
Mehdi Jafarian, University of Adelaide
B-27
Drop-C: The Drop-In, Ring-of-Power Heliostat
Kyle Kattke, Solar Dynamics LLC
B-28
Combined Design of Receiver and Solar Field Using Heliosim for Estimating Performance Boundary of Cavity Particle Receivers
Jin-Soo Kim, CSIRO
B-29
A Measure for the Economic Impact of Efficiency Changes Along the Energy Chain in Concentrating Solar Power Systems
Jin-Soo Kim, CSIRO
B-30
Contamination of a 100 kWth Secondary Concentrator during On-Sun Salt Melting in an Open Volumetric Receiver
Radia Lahlou, Masdar Institute, Khalifa University
B-31
A Methodology for Project Developers to Compare Heliostat Field Technologies
Willem Landman, sbp sonne
B-32
Elliptical Tubes Receivers’ Efficiency Analysis in Solar Power Towers
Marta Laporte Azcué, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
B-33
Innovative Instrumentation and Methodology to Characterize Long Distance Heliostat Beam Quality in Commercial Solar Power Tower Plants
Iñigo Les, CENER
B-34
Scalable HeliOstat calibRation sysTem (SHORT) – Application to EASY Heliostats
Iñigo Les, CENER
B-35
Molten Salt Thermal Storage Model in MATLAB
Zhi Li, Institute of Electrical Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
B-36
CFD Simulation of a Fluidized Bed as a Solar Receiver
Xinying Liu, University of South Africa
B-37
Development of Small Low-Cost Heliostats for Ultra-Modular High Flux Solar Fields
Salvador Luque, IMDEA Energy
B-38
The SMILE Project: Two Solar Towers for Agro-Industrial Electricity and Heat Production in Brazil—an Update
Gilles Maag, University of São Paulo
B-39
Experimental Facility for Investigations of Wire Mesh Absorbers for Pressurized Gases
Martin May, Solar-Institut Jülich
B-40
Off Design Performance Maps for sCO2 and Real Gas Turbomachinery
Rodney Persky, Queensland University of Technology
B-41
Solar Thermo Electric Magaldi
Antonio Picarelli, Magaldi Power SpA
B-42
PSA SF60 Solar Furnace Renewed
Eduardo Zarza, CIEMAT-PSA
B-43
Design of Efficient Stamped Mirror Facets Using Topography Optimisation
Nicholas Rumsey-Hill, Australian National University
B-44
A Pressurized Cavity-Air-Receiver for Concentrating Solar Power
Sayuj Sasidharan, Interdisciplinary Centre for Energy Research
B-46
Technical Feasibility Study of Pneumatic Conveyor for Particle Receivers
Woei Lean Saw, University of Adelaide
B-47
Added Value of Independent Engineers using the Example of NOORo I, NOORo II and NOORo III
Thomas Schmitt, Fichtner GmbH&Co. KG
B-48
The Effect of Boundary Conditions on the Performance of a Free-Falling Solar Particle Receiver
Nima Sedaghatizadeh, University of Adelaide
B-49
The Effect of Wind Velocity and Turbulence Intensity on the Particle and Gas Flow Inside a Cavity Receiver
Nima Sedaghatizadeh, University of Adelaide
B-50
Experimental Characterization of Granular Materials for Directly Irradiated Fluidized Bed Solar Receivers
Roberto Solimene, Istituto di Ricerche sulla Combustione - CNR
B-51
Performance Evaluation of CSP Power Tower Plants Schemes Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Brayton Power Block
Fco. Javier Sorbet, CENER
B-52
Stress and Corrosion at Absorber Tubes of External Molten Salt Receivers
Ralf Uhlig, DLR
B-53
Thermal Analysis and Design of a Secondary Concentrator for External Molten Salt Receivers
Ralf Uhlig, DLR
B-54
Estimation and Optimization of Heliostat Field for 400 kW to 550 kW Optical Power Using Ray Tracing Method
Sanjoy Chatterjee, INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY JODHPUR
B-55
Determination of Heliostat Installation Error Prior to Tower Construction
Russ Webber, Australian National University
B-56
Comparison of Tower and Trough Solar Thermal Power Plant Efficiencies in Different Regions of China Based on SAM Simulation
Li Xin, Zhejiang SUPCON Solar Technology Co., Ltd.
B-57
Effects of View Factors of the Multiple-Surface Cover on Cavity Solar Receivers
Li Xu, Institute of Electrical Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
B-58
Natural Draft Cooling Systems for Commercial Molten Salt Power Towers
Huiqiang Yang, ISE, department of Thermal and Fluid Engineering, UC3M
B-59
Effect of Incident Solar Power on Reflection Loss of Cavity Receiver
Qiangqiang Zhang, Institute of Electrical Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
B-60
Scale-Up Considerations of the UBFB Solar Receiver
Huili Zhang, Beijing University of Chemical Technology
B-61
Development of an Innovative Non-Intrusive Optical Method for Heliostat Canting Error Calculation
Guangdong Zhu, NREL
C-01
TES Systems Optimized for Mid-Size CSP Plant Coupled with an ORC Turbine of 1MWe: the Case of ORC-PLUS Project
Walter Gaggioli, ENEA
C-02
Open Data for Concentrating Solar Power: www.csp.guru
Johan Lilliestam, Renewable Energy Policy Group, ETH Zürich
C-03
Overview on CSP Systems and Current Advanced Technologies Used as Storage Media
Anabel Palacios-Trujillo, Birmingham centre for energy storage (BCES)
D-01
Sun Finders Based on a Pinhole Camera
Daniela Fontani, CNR-INO
D-03
Design and Simulation of a Solar Parabolic Concentrator
Achref Wahabi, Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Monastir (ENIM)
D-04
Optimization of Optical Performance of Conical Cavity Receiver Based on Model Analysis
Hu Xiao, School of Energy and Power Engineering
D-05
Optical Analysis and Optimization of Cylindrical Cavity Receiver in Solar Dish System
Chongzhe Zou, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
E-01
Development of a Liquid Sodium Heat Exchanger for a Stirling Engine
Abdallah Abou-Taouk, Azelio AB
E-02
Improved Concept of an Off-Axis Solar Concentrator Providing a Vertical Beam
Thorsten Denk, CIEMAT-Plataforma Solar de Almería
E-03
Integration of a Solar Linear Particle Receiver with a Gas Turbine
Jesús Gómez-Hernández, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
E-04
Innovative Solar Concentrator Design: Parabolic Cline Collector
Ugo Manfredi, Sun Gen
E-05
A Novel Geometrical Concentrator and Receiver Configuration for a Multi-Step Solar Thermochemical Cycle
Jawad Sarwar, University of Engineering & Technology
F-01
Evaluation of Optical Performance for Heliostat
Dong Yong Park, Korea Institute of Energy Research
F-02
Methods of Measurement of High-Concentrated Solar Energy Flows
Yuldash Sobirov, Materials scienes Institute
G-01
Roadmap towards High Renewable Energy Penetration in Isolated Grids
Jorge Servert, Investigacion, Desarrollo e Innovacion energetica S.L. (IDIE)
H-01
Co-Optimization of a Thermal Transport System Via Intrinsic Particle Properties
Matthew Bauer, ManTech, on contract to US Department of Energy
H-02
Thermo-Physical Investigation of Low Melting HFT and HSM Containing Calcium Nitrate
Tiziano Delise, University of Rome Tor Vergata
H-03
Experimental Investigations of Heat Loss from a Scaled-Model of a Bladed Receiver
Farzin Ghanadi, University of Adelaide
H-04
Qualification of Silicone Based HTF for Parabolic Trough Collector Applications
Christoph Hilgert, DLR
H-05
Novel Parameter to Comparatively Evaluate Different Eutectic Nitrates Based Nanofluids as HTF for CSP System
Zhu Jiang, University of Birmingham
H-06
Isobaric Enthalpy Differences of the Eutectic Mixture of Biphenyl and Diphenyl Oxide in Comparison to Heat Capacity Measurements
Christian Jung, DLR
H-07
Thermo-Economic Analysis of Heat Transfer Nanofluid Properties on Final Performance of Parabolic Trough Plants
Javier López Sanz, CENER
H-08
Comparison of the Heat Transfer Characteristics of Molten Salt, Liquid Sodium and Supercritical CO2 in Bayonet Tubes of Solar Tower Receivers
Rafael Pérez-Álvarez, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
H-09
Liquid Metals – A Promising Heat Transfer Media for CSP – Overview on KIT Research
Alfons Weisenburger, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
H-10
Heat Transfer Characteristics of High Temperature Supercritical CO2 in a Horizontal Tubes
Xiangyu Xie, State Key Laboratory of Clean Energy Utilization
H-11
Coil Wound Heat Exchangers for Molten Salt Applications
Rosiel Millan Elias, Linde AG
I-01
Energy and Economic Assessment of Diesel Fuel Partial Substitution by Solar Hydrogen in Diesel Dual Fuel Engine - Generators, Operating in Non-Electrical Grid Connected Areas
Lesme Corredor, Universidad del Norte
I-02
Aspen Simulation Study of Concentrated Solar Power and Biomass Gasification for Co-Production of Power and Liquid Fuel
Xinying Liu, University of South Africa
I-03
Analysis of a Solar-Aided Natural Gas Cogeneration Plant
Juan Sebastian Zuleta Marin, Federal University of Santa Catarina
J-02
Experimental and Numerical Characterization of a Trapezoidal Receiverfor a Linear Fresnel Collector in Burkina Faso
Gaëlle Kafira Ko, Institut International d’Ingénierie de l’Eau et de l’Environnement
J-03
Design and Optical Analysis of Sub-Region Multi-Focus Linear Fresnel Solar Concentrator
Jianlan Li, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
J-04
Effect of the Optical Properties as a Function of the Incidence Angle in the Optical Performance in a Linear Fresnel Collector
Jose Antonio López-Álvarez, Andalusian Association for Research and Industrial Cooperation (AICIA)
J-05
Thermo-Optical Modelling of the Linear Fresnel Collector at the Cyprus Institute
Konstantinos Stokos, Cyprus Institute
J-06
Hybrid Frenel Loops for Solar Industrial Process Heating
María José Montes, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
J-07
Separation of Latitude-Dependent and Climate-Dependent Effects of CSP Power Plant Performance
Werner Platzer, Fraunhofer ISE
K-01
Simulated and Experimental Analysis on Heat Losses of Parabolic Trough Receiver Under Vacuum and Non-Vacuum Conditions
Leticia Aldaz, CENER
K-02
HELIOtube: An Industrially Realized Reinvention of a CSP Collector
Stefan Bermadinger, HELIOVIS AG
K-03
Heat Transfer Modeling and Simulation of Parabolic Trough Receiver Tube
Sofiane Bouaichaoui, CDER
K-04
Design of a Solar Grill for Low-Latitude Locations Using Semi-Fixed Parabolic Mirrors
Pedro Henrique de Faria Guarnieri, Universidade de São Paulo
K-06
(ZnO/Sn-In2O3)n=4/SS Multilayer Spectrally Selective Coating Structure for Solar Thermal Application
Ambesh Dixit, Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur
K-07
CSP UltraLite Solar Parabolic Trough
Travis Dyck, CSPUltraLiteSolar Inc.
K-08
Heat Transfer Coefficients for Quasi-Turbulent and Turbulent Flow in Solar Receiver Tubes
Marilize Everts, University of Pretoria
K-09
Preliminary Test Results of a Small Scale CSP Plant
Souha Ferchichi, Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tunis (ENIT)
K-10
Solar Concentration System for Desalination by Reverse Osmosis
Rosario de Jesus Garcia Chavez, CIDETEQ
K-11
Frost Formation on Solar Field Heliostats – Risk Assessment and Mitigation
Joshua Golbert, Brightsource Industries
K-13
Deep Learning-Based Forecasting Model of Working Fluid Parameters in Solar Field of DSG Trough
Su Guo, Hohai University
K-14
Development of a Concrete Parabolic Trough Collector
Dirk Krüger, DLR
K-15
Innovative Approach to Perform Optimized and Highly Efficient Operation & Maintenance Activities for 100MW-Scale CSP Plants
Mohammed Lamghari, FARASHA SYSTEMS
K-16
Radiant Emittance Calculated by Heat Transfer Analysis of a PTC Receiver Tested with Vacuum Versus Measurement of an Absorber Sample Using Spectrophotometer
Eneko Setien Solas, CIEMAT-PSA
K-17
Comparison between Two Methods of Optical Profilometry on Micro-PTC
Gianluca Marotta, CNR-INO
K-18
Minimising Soiling of a PTC Plant by an Optimum Wind Barrier Design
Mohammad Moghimi Ardekani, University of Pretoria
K-19
Experimental and Numerical Investigation of a 4 MWh Single Tank Thermocline Storage
Christian Odenthal, DLR
K-20
Optimal Control of Parabolic Through Collector Fields with Molten Salt Considering Clouds
Pascal Richter, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
K-21
On-Site Parabolic-Trough Collector Characterization in Solar District Plant Plants Under Quasi-Dynamic Conditions
Fabienne Sallaberry, CENER
K-22
Standardized Testing of Receiver Tubes and Solar Mirrors of Parabolic Trough Solar Thermal Power Plants
Fabienne Sallaberry, CENER
K-23
DLR Molten Salt Test Facility for Components and Process Technology (TESIS:com)
Heiko Schenk, DLR
K-24
A Comparative Analysis of a Parabolic Trough Collector Based Solar Thermal Power Plant with Varying Design Parameters
Manoj Soni, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani
K-25
Development of the Receiver Tubes for High Solar-Thermal Conversion Efficiency at High Temperature
Takuhito Tsutsui, Toyota Industries Corporation
K-26
Retrosol: Experimental Testing of a Hybrid CPV Retrofit for Existing Parabolic Trough Powerplants
Rhetta Wingert, University of Tulsa
L-01
A Methodology to Assess the Market Potential and Identify Most Promising Business Cases for Small-Scale CSP Plants with Thermal Energy Storage
Youssef Benmakhlouf Andaloussi, Cleanergy AB
L-03
Competitiveness of CSP Manufacturing Industry in MENA Region: 2012-2016 Update
Jorge Servert, Solar Technology Advisors
M-01
Cogeneration Analysis of the SMILE Project in Brazil
Pedro Henrique de Faria Guarnieri, Universidade de São Paulo
M-03
Working Fluids for High-Temperature Organic Rankine Cycles for CSP Plant
Fayrouz El Hamdani, École Mohammadia d'Ingénieurs (EMI)
M-04
NOOR 1: Analysis and Examination of the Steam Generation System (SGS) of 160 MW CSP Power Plant in Ouarzazate
Soukaina El Idrissi Faouzi, Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Arts et Métiers
M-05
Complementarity Between Solar Field and Duct Burner in ISCC Power Plants
Fouad Khaldi, University of Batna 1
M-06
Design and Solar Operation of a Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Test Loop
Robbie McNaughton, CSIRO
M-07
LCOE Reduction with Steam Cycle Optimization
Jens Taggart Pelle, Aalborg CSP A/S
M-08
Design and CFD Modeling of a Solar Micro Gas Turbine for Rural Zones in Sahel
Ababacar Thiam, Alioune Diop University
M-09
Dynamic Modeling and Part-Load Control Strategy Analysis of a 100MWe Molten Salt Heated Recompression Supercritical CO2 Brayton Cycle
Jinyi Zhang, EDF
18:45 Welcome Reception

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