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SolarPaces2019 - Concentrating Solar Power and Chemical Energy Systems

Daily Program

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Tuesday 01/10 Wednesday 02/10 Thursday 03/10 Friday 04/10


08:00 Registration
09:00 Opening Session Room 325
Session details to be published soon
10:10 Coffee Break
10:40 CSP Market and Projects Room 325
Session details to be published soon
12:40 Lunch Break
14:00 CSP-PV Hybrids Room 325
Session details to be published soon
15:30 Coffee Break
16:00 CSP Dispatching Room 325
Session details to be published soon
17:30 Poster Session 1 Room 325
A-01
Thermoplate CST/CSP Receivers: A Dish-Based Prototype
Daniel Codd, University of San Diego
A-02
Smart Home System with the Raspberry Pi & Grove Pi Starter Kit
Yassine Mouradi, faculty of science Tetouan Morocco
A-03
Evaluation of Oxidation-Reduction Reaction of Ceria Using Electronic State Calculation
Takaki Nishimura, Department of Advanced Materials Science, Graduate School of Engineering, Kagawa University
A-04
IN-POWER Project: New Robust and Light Materials for Mirror Structure
Elena Torralba-Calleja, LEITAT - Acondicionamiento Tarrasense
B-01
A New Figure of Merit (FOM) for the Analysis of Selective Coatings
Ruben Barbero, UNED
B-02
Analysis of the Uncertainty and Stability of ATMOS System for the Measurement of Atmospheric Attenuation of Solar Radiation at the Terrestrial Level
Ana Bernardos, CENER (National Renewable Energy Centre)
B-03
Advanced Control System for a High Temperature Sodium Solar Receiver
Nicole Blinco, Vast Solar Pty Ltd
B-04
Particle Lift Design for a Third Generation Falling Particle Receiver
Joshua Christian, Sandia National Laboratories
B-05
Thermal Storage and Fossil Backup Level Effect on a Central Receiver Power Plant
Daniel Costa, Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica de Minas Gerais
B-06
Making Central Receiver Plants Modular, More Efficient and Scalable
Luis Crespo, PROTERMOSOLAR – Spanish Solar Thermal Power Industry Association
B-07
Track-Mounted Heliostat
Christian Davila-Peralta, The University of Arizona
B-08
Basic Engineering of a High Performance Molten Salt Tower Receiver System
Miriam Ebert, German Aerospace Center
B-09
Material Compatibility Between Discrete Structures in a Particle Heating Receiver and Candidate Particulates
Abdelrahman El-Leathy, King Saud University
B-11
Experimental and Numerical Evaluation of Drift Errors in a Solar Tower Facility with Tilt-Roll Tracking-Based Heliostats
José González-Aguilar, IMDEA Energy Institute
B-10
The Capability of a Novel Jet Impingement Heat Transfer Device for the Application in Future Solar Thermal Receivers
Derwalt Erasmus, Stellenbosch University
B-12
Installation and Testing of a Dense Particle Receiver Associated with a Hybrid Gas Turbine for the Next-CSP Project
Benjamin Grange, PROMES-CNRS
B-13
Potentially Confusing Coordinate Systems for Solar Tower Plants
Fabian Gross, sbp sonne GmbH
B-14
Design and Configuration of Solar Thermal Multi-Tower Field Layout
Zaharaddeen Hussaini, Cranfield University
B-15
Effect of an External Electric Field on Free-Falling Polydisperse Particles in a Receiver
Apurv Kumar, The Australian National University
B-16
Thermal Stresses in an Elliptical Tube for Solar Power Tower Receivers
Marta Laporte, University Carlos III of Madrid
B-17
Optimal Implementation of Scalable HeliOstat calibRation system (SHORT) in Large Heliostat Fields
Iñigo Les, CENER
B-18
Deep Learning Algorithms for Heliostat Field Calibration
Daniel Maldonado, German Aerospace Center, Institute of Solar Research
B-19
Models of Transient Heat Transfer for Central Tower Receivers: A Review
Juliette Marti, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
B-20
Non-Uniformly Spaced Clips on Solar Central Receiver Tubes
Andrés Montoya, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
B-21
Using Finned Bayonet Tubes in External Molten Salt Receivers
Rafael Pérez-Álvarez, Carlos III University of Madrid
B-22
Detailed Process Simulation of Operational Transitions with a Molten Salt Receiver System
Christian Schwager, Solar-Institut Jülich
B-23
Air Entrainment Within the Particle Curtain in a Free Falling Receiver
Nima Sedaghatizadeh, The University of Adelaide
B-24
Drop-C: The Drop-In, Ring-of-Power Heliostat: Azimuth Drive and Foundation Testing and Selection
Rick Sommers, Solar Dynamics LLC
B-25
Development of a Tracking System for a Mini Heliostat
Ababacar Thiam, Alioune Diop University
B-26
A Novel Uniform Illumination on Receivers in Central Tower Systems Using Ray Tracing Approach
Sanjoy Chatterjee, Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur
B-27
Badaling Molten Salt Campaign with Dynamic Model
Li Xiao, EDF
B-28
Quartz Half-Shell Aperture Covers for Falling Particle Receivers
Lindsey Yue, Sandia National Laboratories
C-01
The Partanna Project: A First of a Kind Plant Based on Molten Salts in LFR Collectors
Massimo Falchetta, ENEA
C-02
Lowering LCOE with Technical & Commercial CSP Paradigms
Jens Taggart Pelle, Aalborg CSP A/S
D-01
Exergy Analysis and Experimental Study of a Novel Integrated Concentrated Photovoltaic Thermal System
Nikhil Gakkhar, Sardar Swaran Singh National Institute of Bio Energy
D-02
Modeling and Simulation of Parabolic Trough Collector Based Concentrating Photovoltaic Cooling System with Earth Liquid Heat Exchanger
Sanjeev Jakhar, Mody University of Science and Technology, Lakshmangarh
D-03
System Analysis of a 200-MW Hybrid CSP-PV Plant with an Electrically Boosted Thermal Energy Storage
Mark Schmitz, TSK Flagsol
E-01
Innovative Integrated Solar Receiver/Combustor Unit for Flexible Gas Turbine Based CSP
Cristina Blajin, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
E-02
Fractal-Like Volumetric Receiver: Assessment of Radiation Propagation
Luca Pratticò, Sapienza University
E-03
Thermal Performance Analysis of Cylindrical Receiver in Dish System with Experimental Investigation
Yanping Zhang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
F-01
Materials and Systems for Liquid Metal Based CSP 2.0
Wolfgang Hering, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
F-02
Minimal Movement Solar Concentrator of Segmented Heliostats and a Fresnel Lens for Sun Tracking Applications
Carlos Alejandro Ramírez Paredes, Universidad de Monterrey
F-03
Low-Cost Solar Electricity Using Stationary Solar Fields; Technology Potential and Practical Implementation Challenges to be Overcome. Outcomes from H2020 MOSAIC Project
Cristobal Villasante, Ik4-TEKNIKER
G-01
Potential of GRIDSOL Technology in the Long-Term Deep Decarbonization of the European Power System
Andrea Pasquali, Ea Energy analyses
H-01
Performance Analysis and Optimization of Particle/sCO2 Fluidized Bed Heat-Exchanger for Next Generation CPS
Mengda Jia, Tsinghua University
H-02
Optimal Chemical Composition of the Heat Transfer Fluid Using Commercial Chloride Salts for Gen3 CSP
Judith Vidal, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
H-03
Modelling of the Three-Dimensional Distribution of the Irradiation in a Gradually Varied Porous Absorber
Pei Wang, Department of Renewable Energy
I-01
Feasibility Analysis of Smart Renewable Hubs in Non-Interconnected Island Power Systems: A Case Study for GRIDSOL
Mattia Baldini, Technical University of Denmark
I-02
Experimental Investigation of a Mini Hybrid CSP Plant Under Tunisian Climatic Conditions
Souha Ferchichi, Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tunis (ENIT)
I-03
Design, Installation and Experimental Tests of a Biomass System for a Small Hybrid CSP Plant
Amani Jmili, Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tunis
I-04
Hybrid CSP Biomass CO2-Gasification Process for Power Production: ASPEN Plus Simulation
Xinying Liu, University of South Africa
I-05
Development of Hybrid CSP Biomass Gasification Process with Super Critical Carbon Dioxide Cycle for Power Generation
Xinying Liu, University of South Africa
I-06
An Innovative Power Cycle for Hybridized Solar-Fuel Plants: The Integrated Solar Combined Cycle with Partial Recuperation
Antonio Rovira, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
I-07
An Innovative Power Cycle for Hybridized Solar-Fuel Plants: The Integrated Solar Combined Cycle with Recuperative Gas Turbine and Double Recuperative Double Expansion Propane Steam Cycle
Antonio Rovira, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
I-08
A Comparison Between Two Innovative Integrated Solar Combined Cycle Configurations and State-Of-The-Art Plants
Antonio Rovira, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
I-09
Thermodynamic Performance of Solar Aided Coal-fired Power Generation (SACPG) System under Different Integration Modes
Junjie Wu, Nanjing Institute of Technology
I-10
Thermodynamics Study of a Solar Hybrid Allam Cycle Integrated with Methane Reforming
Cheng Xu, North China Electric Power University
J-01
Thermal Performance Evaluation of Non Vacuum Tube CPC Type Receiver for Linear Fresnel System: Experimental Characterization and Numerical Assessment
Yousra Filali Baba, ECOLE NATIONALE SUPÉRIEURE D'ARTS ET MÉTIERS MEKNES
J-02
Modeling, Design and Performance Study of Linear Fresnel Plant: Application in Sahelian Rural Areas
Ababacar Thiam, Alioune Diop University
J-03
Fast Coupled Optical and Thermal Model for a Trapezoidal Fresnel Solar Collector
Freddy Ordóñez, Escuela Politécnica Nacional
19:00 Welcome Reception

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Full Papers Due: August 30, 2019
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