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SolarPaces2015 - Concentrating Solar Power and Chemical Energy Systems

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Tuesday 26/09 Wednesday 27/09 Thursday 28/09 Friday 29/09


08:30 Registration
09:00 Opening Session Great Room 2+3
Session details to be published soon
10:30 Coffee Break
11:00 Plenary: CSP Policy Great Room 2+3
Chair: Cedric Philibert, International Energy Agency
Session details to be published soon
12:30 Lunch Break
14:00 Policy and Marketing Great Room 1
Chair: Cedric Philibert, IEA
14:00
The Potential Contribution of STE in the Mexican Intended National Determined Contributions (INDC) in the Light of the Paris Agreement
Irene Rodríguez, CIEMAT
14:10
Potential Contribution of Concentrated Solar Power in Meeting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): Theoretical Framework and Case Study Application
Natalia Caldés Gómez, CIEMAT
14:20
Future CSP in South Africa – a Review of Generation Mix Models, Their Assumptions, Methods, Results and Implications
Frank Duvenhage, Stellenbosch University
14:40
Policies to Keep and Expand the Option of Concentrating Solar Power for Dispatchable Renewable Electricity
Johan Lilliestam, ETH Zürich
15:00
Local Impacts of Large-Scale Solar Thermal Power Plants (CSP) – Findings from the Social Impact Assessment of the Plant Noor0 I in Ouarzazate, Morocco
Peter Viebahn, Wuppertal Institute für Climate, Environment and Energy
15:20
Feasibility Study of the CSP Project in Namibia
Juan Manuel Saenz Caballos, Mott MacDonald
15:40
Chinese CSP Market Trends Inside the Global Market
Hugo Cachafeiro, ÅF Aries
14:00 Power Cycles Great Room 2
Chair: Radia Lahlou, Masdar Institute
14:00
Off-Design Performance Modeling of the Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Recompression Brayton Cycle for CSP
Sam Duniam, The University of Queensland
14:20
Analysis of Plant Performance with Improved Turbine Flexibility: Test Case on a Parabolic Trough Configuration
Monika Topel, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
14:40
Innovative Fluids for Gas Power Cycles Coupled with Solar Tower Systems
Marco Binotti, Politecnico di Milano
14:00 Water Desalination and Detoxification Great Room 3
Chair: Camilo A. Arancibia, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
14:00
Experimental and Numerical Evaluation of a Humidification Dehumidification Desalination Unit Driven by Solar Energy
Rodrigo Barraza Vicencio, Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria
14:20
Combining Concentrating Solar Power with Multiple Effect Distillation At Inland Locations - an Economically Viable Option for Northern Chile?
Raymond Branke, Fraunhofer ISE
14:40
Yearly Simulations of the Electricity and Fresh Water Productions in PT-CSP+MED-TVC Plants: Case Study in Almería (Spain)
Bartolomé Ortega Delgado, CIEMAT-PSA
15:00
Thermodynamic Analysis of Hybrid Humidification-Dehumidification (HDH) - Reverse Osmosis (RO) Desalination System Powered by Concentrating Photovoltaic/thermal Solar Collector
Todd Otanicar, The University of Tulsa
15:20
The Combined Effect of Irradiance and Iron Concentration on Photo-Fenton Treatment Cost
Alejandro Cabrera Reina, Unversity of Tarapacá
14:00 Hybridization Studio 4 & 5
Chair: Eduardo Zarza, Plataforma Solar de Almería
14:00
Hybridization of Concentrated Solar Power and Biomass Combustion for Combined Heat and Power Generation in Northern Europe
Davide Ferruzza, Technical University of Denmark
14:20
Smart Renewable Hubs: Multi-Hybridization to Achieve High RE Penetration in a Grid-Friendly Manner
Eduardo Cerrajero, Investigacion, Desarrollo e Innovacion energetica S.L.
14:40
Performance of a Hybrid Solar Receiver Combustor
Bassam Dally, The University of Adelaide
15:00
Dynamic Modeling of a Hybrid Solar-Combined Cycle Power Plant (ISCC) - Using a Solar Field Based on Parabolic Trough Solar Collector - Start-Up and Shutdown of the Solar Field
Baligh El Hefni, EDF
15:20
Integrated Techno-Economic Assessment of Hybrid CSP-PV Plants
Massimo Moser, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
16:00 Coffee Break
16:30 Linear Fresnel Systems and Dish/Engine Systems Great Room 1
Chair: Manuel Collares-Pereira, University of Evora
16:30
Development and Lifecycle Testing of a Low Cost Waterborne Linear Fresnel Reflector (LFR) Collector Assembly for CSP Applications
Greg Mungas, Hyperlight Energy
16:50
Application of an Adaptive Method Technique for Improved Performance of Linear Fresnel Secondary Designs
Guangdong Zhu, NREL
17:10
Enhanced Dynamic Performance Evaluation of Line-Concentrating Solar Collectors
Annie Zirkel-Hofer, Fraunhofer ISE
17:30
Post-Assembly In-Situ Check of Parabolic Trough Modules by ViSshed
Marco Montecchi, ENEA
17:50
Comprehensive Study of a Parabolic Solar Dish Collector in Isfahan, Iran
Mohammad Moghimi Ardeknai, University of Pretoria
16:30 Direct Solar Metallurgy Great Room 2
Chair: Gustavo Cáceres, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez
16:30
Solar Thermal Treatment of Manganese Ore Fines
Lina Hockaday, MINTEK
16:50
Solar Metallurgy for the Production of Al and Mg Particles
Jean Puig, PROMES-CNRS
16:30 Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Great Room 3
Chair: Avi Shultz, DOE
16:30
Hydrophilic Anti-Soiling Coating for Improved Efficiency of Solar Reflectors
Estibaliz Aranzabe, Fundación Tekniker
16:50
Study and Characterization of Selective Coatings Based on Black Cobalt
Dallely Melissa Herrera Zamora, Cinvestav
17:10
Merging of Oxide Species with Black Spinel Structure by CSP Operating Temperature
Ivan Jerman, National Institute of Chemistry
17:30
POSS Modified Black Pigment for CSP Deployment
Luka Noč, National Institute of Chemistry
17:50
Solar Selective Absorbers Based on Semiconducting beta-FeSi2 for High Temperature Solar-Thermal Conversion
Yoshiki Okuhara, Japan Fine Ceramics Center
16:30 Hybridization Studio 4 & 5
Chair: Mark Mehos, NREL
16:30
Integrated Solar Combined Cycles vs Combined Gas Turbine to Bottoming Molten Salt Tower Plants – A Techno-Economic Analysis
Rafael Guedez, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
16:50
Multi-Objective Optimization of Hybrid PTC+PV Plant Using Genetic Algorithm
Allan R. Starke, Federal University of Santa Catarina
17:10
Commissioning and Tests of a Mini CSP Plant
Lisa Willwerth, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
17:30
Technical Analysis of a Hybrid CSP+PV Plant Integrated with TESS and BESS at Northern Chile
Adriana Zurita, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
18:00 Poster Session 1
A-01
Development of Air Stable Absorber Coatings for High Temperature Receivers
Javier Barriga, IK4-TEKNIKER
A-02
Synthesis of Nanostructured Zirconia Using Concentrated Solar Energy
Laura Guadalupe Ceballos Mendivil, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
A-03
Improving Reaction Kinetics and Oxygen Uptake Capacities of the Mn2O3/Mn3O4 Thermochemical Storage System by Metal Doping
Stefan Härzschel, Technical University of Munich
A-04
Improvement of the Thermal Stability of Electrodeposited Black Nickel for Selective Coatings
Francisco Iván Lizama Tzec, Cinvestav
A-05
Silica-Based and Zirconia-Based Coatings for Protection of Ferritic-Martensitic Steels in Molten Salt Environment for CSP Technology
F.J. Pérez, Complutense University of Madrid
A-06
Concentrated Solar Power Technology for In-Situ Elaboration of Carbide-Based Surface Layers on Metallic Substrates
Pandora Psyllaki, Piraeus University of Applied Sciences
A-07
Determination of the Changes on the Thermal and Optical Properties of Selective Solar Absorber Coatings Induced by Prolonged Thermal Treatment
Hernando Romero-Paredes R., Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Iztapalapa
A-08
Antireflective Coatings on Quartz Glass for High Temperature Solar Receivers
Gema San Vicente, CIEMAT-PSA
A-09
Synthesis of “black” Semiconductors with High Solar Light Activity
Paola Santander, University of Concepción
A-10
Meeting the Challenge: Sustainable Coatings for Sustainable Technology
Tobias Wingensiefen, Valspar Industries
B-01
Numerical Study of the Thermal Properties of a Dense Suspension of Solid Particles Used as an HTF
Naji Abdenouri, FSTG-UCA
B-02
An Analysis of a Sandwich Composite Structure for Solar Central Receiver Heliostats
Tim Anderson, Auckland University of Technology
B-03
Optimisation of Aiming Strategies in Solar Tower Power Plants
Thomas Ashley, University of Sevilla
B-04
Experimental Analysis of a Heat Pipe Pressurized Air Receiver
Shunzhou Chu, Chinese Academy of Sciences
B-05
Upper Limits to the Annual Optical Efficiency of Solar Tower Systems
Clotilde Corsi, Australian National University
B-06
Optimization of the HelioPOD Structure for Dynamic Wind Loading Using CFD Data and Mode Superposition
Ken Craig, University of Pretoria
B-07
Two-Way Fluid-Structure Interaction of the LH-2 Heliostat
Ken Craig, University of Pretoria
B-08
Where Should Beam Down Heliostat Central Rays Intersect the Final Optical Element Axis?
Miguel Diago, Masdar Institute
B-09
Test Setup of a Centrifugal Particle Receiver System
Lars Amsbeck, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
B-10
Geometric Optimization of a Solar Cavity Receiver Using 3-D Numerical Simulation: Ambient Disturbance Analysis
Huayi Feng, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
B-11
Thermal Evaluation of a Novel External Receiver Concept
Cathy Frantz, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
B-12
Thermodynamic Simulation of a Hybrid Thermosolar Externally Fired Gas Turbine Power Plant Fueled with Biomass
Agustín Ghazarian, Universidad de la República
B-13
Experiments in Sun Tracking with a Novel Three-Degree-Of-Freedom Parallel Manipulator
Ashitava Ghosal, Indian Institute of Science
B-14
Oxidation and Erosion of Metallic Construction Materials in Particle Receivers
Lars Amsbeck, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
B-15
Assessment of Evaporators Using Solar Salt as Heat Transfer Fluid
Pedro Angel González Gómez, University Carlos III of Madrid
B-16
Parametric Study of an Identification Method on the Canting Errors of Heliostats Facets
Benjamin Grange, PROMES-CNRS
B-17
A General Pitch-Roll Sun Tracking Angle Formula for a Heliostat with a Mirror-Pivot Offset and Other Angular Errors
Minghuan Guo, Chinese Academy of Sciences
B-18
Mesh Function Interpolation Methods Used to Reconstruct Elliptical Gaussian Solar Flux Images
Minghuan Guo, Chinese Academy of Sciences
B-19
Construction of Two Solar Towers for Agro-Industrial Electricity and Heat Production in Brazil
Johannes Hertel, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
B-20
Particle Swarm Optimization of the Layout of a Heliostat Field
Michel Izygon, Tietronix Software
B-21
Numerical Modelling of Convection Losses in a Solar Tower Central Receiver
Alfonso Jurado Sánchez, IDIE
B-22
Structural Analysis of Optical Surface Composed by Small Facets “Mosaic Shape”
Cristina Tiyaki Koike, University of São Paulo
B-23
A Fast Molten Salt Receiver Model in MATLAB
Zhi Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences
B-24
Design and Performance Analysis of Volumetric Solar Receiver Based on Porous Foam Ceramics
Gaosheng Wei, North China Electric Power University
B-25
Estimation of Visibility from Spectral Irradiance Using Artificial Neural Networks
Gabriel López Rodríguez, University of Huelva
B-26
Monte Carlo Ray-Tracing Optical Performance Analysis of a Plane-Facet Heliostat Design
Gilles Maag, University of São Paulo
B-27
Indirect Procedure for Correcting Tilt Errors in Heliostat Tracking Mechanisms
Rafael Monterreal, CIEMAT-PSA
B-28
Analysis of the Tracking Behavior of a Linked Heliostat Array
Isaías Moreno-Cruz, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
B-29
Advanced Methodologies for the Calculation of Shadowing & Blocking and Interception Efficiency in Central Receiver Systems
Guillermo Ortega, University of Huelva
B-30
Effect of Cavity Wall Reflectance in the Heliostat Aiming Strategy
João P. Cardoso, LNEG
B-31
Two-Phase Flow Distribution in Manifold of Solar Tower Receiver
Liping Pang, North China Electric Power University
B-32
Incidence Angles on Cylindrical Receivers of Solar Power Towers
Tobias Paret, schlaich bergermann partner
B-33
Automated Particle Mass-Flow Control System for High-Temperature Falling Particle Receivers
Gregory Peacock, Sandia National Laboratories
B-34
Experimental Analysis of a Flat Plate Receiver for Measurement of Low Thermal Power of a Central Tower Solar System
Ricardo Arturo Perez-Enciso, UNISON
B-35
A Model of Heliostat Soiling and its Application to O&M Cleaning Studies
Giovanni Picotti, Queensland University of Technology
B-36
A Parametric Study of Heliostat Size for Reductions in Levelized Cost of Electricity Power Tower Plants
Arvind Sastry Pidaparthi, Stellenbosch University
B-37
Numerical Study of Heat Transfer in a Flat Plate Thermal Receiver for the Experimental Heliostats Field in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
CARLOS PEREZ-RABAGO, IER-UNAM
B-38
A New Procedure for Fast Heliostat Field Layout Optimization
Lorenzo Pisani, CRS4, Center for Advanced Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia
B-39
Techno-Economic Analysis of a Small Scale Solar Power Tower at Varied Locations
Jonathan Rea, Colorado School of Mines
B-40
Eccentric Bayonet Receiver for Solar Power Tower
María de los Reyes Rodriguez Sanchez, University Carlos III of Madrid
B-41
Characterization Methodology for Central Tower CSP Heliostats
Konstantinos Stokos, The Cyprus Institute
B-42
One-Dimensional Transient Filling Simulation of a Molten Salt Central Receiver Panel
Jean Jacques Swart, Stellenbosch University
B-43
Integrated Modelling of a Spiral Bladed Receiver
Juan Felipe Torres, The Australian National University
B-44
Evaluation of Convective Losses on a Novel External Receiver Concept
Ralf Uhlig, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
B-45
A Study on Calculating the View Factor in Cavity Solar Receivers with a Multiple-Surface Cover
Li Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences
B-46
Comparison of Steady and Dynamic Models for Simulating the Thermal Performance of External Solar Receivers
Li Xu, Chinese Academy of Sciences
B-47
Analysis and Experimental Research on the Dynamic Performance of 1MWt Molten Salt Receiver System in a Solar Tower Power Plant
Qiang Yu, Chinese Academy of Sciences
B-48
Laboratory-Scale Experimental Testing of Innovative Stacked-Plate Volumetric Solar Absorbers
Fritz Zaversky, CENER
B-49
A Non-Intrusive Optical Technology to Perform In-Situ Heliostat Canting
Guangdong Zhu, NREL
C-01
Toward the Prediction of the Best Cleaning Cycle for the 1MWe Fresnel Test Pilot at Green Energy Park the Moroccan Research Facility
Ahmed Alami Merrouni, IRESEN
C-02
Maximizing Thermal Efficiency with Integrated Energy Systems: the Case of Sundrop Farms
Jens Taggart Pelle, Aalborg CSP
C-03
A Reference of Performance in the US. SENERtrough Technology
Roberto Calvo, SENER
C-04
Thermosolar Plants Solar Field Cleaning Methodology. Effects in Energy Production and Water Consumption
Javier García, Ecilimp Termosolar
C-05
Open Data for Concentrating Solar Power: www.csp.guru
Johan Lilliestam, ETH Zürich
C-06
South Africa Bokpoort Project. First Year of Operation
Sergio Relloso, SENER
C-07
Acceptance Tests of CSP Projects – A Review of Current Practices and Market Requirements
Juan Manuel Saenz Caballos, Mott MacDonald
C-08
Adapting Parabolic Trough Fields to Specific Site Challenges Like Extreme Wind and Topography
Axel Schweitzer, schlaich bergermann partner
E-01
Power Production Data: Cleanergys 3rd Generation Dish-Stirling System
Abdallah Abou-Taouk, Cleanergy
E-02
The Effect of the Dish on the Wind Induced Heat Loss from a Parabolic Dish Cavity Receiver
Tim Anderson, Auckland University of Technology
E-03
Characterization of a Stirling Cavity Receiver Performance in the KTH High-Flux Solar Simulator and Comparison with Real Dish-Stirling Data
Jorge Garrido, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
E-04
Multi-Objective Optimisation of a Hybrid Microturbine-Based Concentrated Solar Power Plant with Integrated Thermal Storage.
Davide Iaria, City, University of London
E-05
Design and Implementation of a 38 kW Dish-Stirling Concentrated Solar Power System
Yan Jian, Hunan University of Science and Technology
E-06
Demonstration of a Solar Powered Energy System Based on the Integration Between Dish Technology and MGTs
Michela Lanchi, ENEA
E-07
A New Type of Giant Dish Concentration System-SUNSAIL System
Xiaobing Liu, Focusing Solar Science and Technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd
E-08
Real-Time Gemoetric Monitoring of Solar Dish Facets Using a Camera Array
Dong Ni, Zhejiang University
E-09
Thermo-Hydraulic Study of Solar Parabolic Dish – Modified Cavity Receiver for Process Heat Applications
K. S. Reddy, Indian Institute of Technology
E-10
Performance Study for Effect of Various Insulating Materials on First Order Heat Loss Coefficient of a Solar Thermal Concentrator
Puneet Saini, Quadsun Solar Pvt Ltd
F-01
System Dynamics Analysis of CSP Technology Adoption in South Africa
Omotoyosi Craig, Stellenbosch University
F-02
Energy and Exergy Analysis of a Solar Thermo-Electro-Chemical Power Plant Based on Fuel Cells
Elena Díaz, IMDEA Energy
F-03
High-Temperature Solar Electrochemistry Using Liquid Sodium
Nerea Diez de los Rios Ramos, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
F-04
Implementation of Thermal-Insulating and-Mixing Elements in a Concentrated Solar Power on Demand System
Tyler Hamer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
F-05
Liquid Metal as Heat Transfer Fluid – Requirements to Avoid Risks
Wolfgang Hering, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
F-06
A Review of the United States Department of Energy’s Efforts to Collect, Transport, and Store Solar Heat at >700oC Using Solids, Liquids, and Gasses as Energy Carriers
Levi Irwin, ManTech International Corp.
F-07
Intermediate-Temperature Molten Salt as a Pathway to CSP Performance and Cost Goals under the U.S. SunShot Initiative
Craig Turchi, NREL
F-08
Theoretical Investigation on Zoom Fresnel Lens with Elastic Material
Ma Xinglong, Beijing Institute of Technology
G-01
Surface Temperature Measurement in Environments with Highly Concentrated Solar Radiation
Jesús Polo, Plataforma Solar de Almería-CIEMAT
G-02
Novel Measurement System for Solar Extinction
Jesús Polo, Plataforma Solar de Almería-CIEMAT
G-03
Characterization of a Lambertian Target for Measurement Techniqueson Solar Concentration
Jesús Polo, Plataforma Solar de Almería-CIEMAT
G-04
Measurement and Modelling of Wind Effect on the Tracking Error of CSIRO Heliostat
Jin-Soo Kim, CSIRO
G-05
An Statistical Model for Solar Flux Homogenization in Plane Receptors by Reorientation of Concentrating Mirrors
Luar Moreno-Alvarez, TecNM/Instituto Tecnológico de la Laguna
G-06
Optical Performance Evaluation Based on the Flux Mapping Method for Linear Fresnel Reflector
Dong Yong Park, Korea Institute of Energy Research
19:00 Welcome Reception

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