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13:00 Opening Session
13:00
Opening and Welcome from SolarPACES
Robert Pitz-Paal, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
13:20
Welcome Message from IEA
Paolo Frankl, IEA
13:30 Plenary: New Projects and Opportunities in the World
Chair: Eduardo Zarza (Plataforma Solar de Almeria)
1
CSP in China
Fengli Du, NSTA
2
CSP market in Chile
Fernando Gonzalez, Cerro Dominador
3
An Update on CSP Developments in Namibia
Grant H. Muller, Namibia Power Corporation (Pty) Ltd
4
Spanish CSP Auctions Overview
Gonzalo Martín, Protermosolar
5
Is the Italian CSP market nearing a turning point?
Luca Turchetti, ENEA
6
The global CSP market: state of play and outlook
Johan Lilliestam, IASS e.V.
15:30 Break
16:00 Poster Session 1
A - Advanced materials, manufacturing, and components | B - Analysis and Simulation of CSP and Hybridized Systems | C - Commercial Projects | D - CSP Integration, Markets, and Policy | E - Emerging and Disruptive Concepts
A-01
Characterization of Frictional Properties of Different Particulate Materials to be Used in Particle-Based CSP Systems
Hany Al-Ansary, King Saud University
A-02
Characterization of Solid Particles for Use as Storage and Heat Transfer Media in CSP Systems
Hany Al-Ansary, King Saud University
A-03
Material Compatibility Between Discrete Structures and Candidate Particulates in a Particle Heating Receiver of a CSP System
Hany Al-Ansary, King Saud University
A-05
Results of Molten Salt Component Tests with the TESIS:com Facility
Niklas Carl Dicke, German Aerospace Center
A-06
Analysis and Evaluation of the Spectral Variability of the Atmospheric Attenuation Phenomena in the Performance of Solar Tower Plants.
Sonia Escorza, National Renewable Energy Centre (CENER)
A-07
Thermal Stability and Failure Mechanisms of Pyromark 2500 for High-temperature Solar Receivers
Sahar Hosseini, Australian National University
A-08
Spectroscopic Chemical Testing Methods Towards Evaluating the Efficiency of Solar Mirrors Protective Coatings
Sara Lakhouil, Moroccan Foundation for Advanced Science, Innovation and Research
A-09
Characterization of Receiver Tubes Coated with Black Nickel for Parabolic Trough Collectors
Francisco Lizama-Tzec, CINVESTAV-Mérida
A-10
Tribology of High Toughness NiWC Components in Molten Ternary Chloride Salt
Evan Ogren, University of Wisconsin-Madison
A-11
Advanced High-Temperature Control Valve Design for Present and Future CSP Systems
Jeff Parish, Flowserve
A-12
Investigations on DMV310Nsolar as Possible Tube Material for Molten Salt Solar Receivers
Michael Spiegel, Salzgitter Mannesmann Forschung GmbH
A-13
Novel Durable Anti-Soiling Coatings under Outdoor Conditions
Johannes Wette, Ciemat-PSA
A-14
Analysis on NREL Newly Developed Solar Mirror Material Database (SMMD)
Guangdong Zhu, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
B-01
Techno-Economic Optimization of Solar Tower Systems: Comparison of Different Sites in Chile
Francisco Torres Sartori, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE
B-04
Validation and Comparison of a Software Based on Mathematical Approximation in Optical Performance Calculations of Solar Central Receiver Plants.
Olaia Itoiz, National Renewable Energy Centre
B-05
Minimizing Water Consumption of a CSP Plant, by Using an Online Optimization Algorithm for Cleaning Decisions
Matthias Loevenich, Institute of solar research, German Aerospace Center (DLR)
B-06
Modeling of the Process Control of a High Performance Molten Salt Tower Receiver System Via State Machines
Christian Schwager, Solar-Institut Jülich, FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences
B-07
Heliostat Aimpoint Strategy Development for a Central Receiver System Plant in Pakistani Climate
Alexander Zolan, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
B-08
Industrial By-Products and Commercial Solid Particles to be used in Concentrating Solar Power plants: A comparison
Marc Majó, University of Barcelona
B-09
Thermo-economic Study of two CSP Geometries at Different Latitudes
Rosa Pilar Merchán Corral, University of Salamanca
B-10
Solar-Aided Limestone Calcination in Tandem with Thermochemical Energy Storage and CO2 Capture
Athanassios Nikolakopoulos, National Technical University of Athens
B-11
Development of TRNSYS Macros for Solar Resource Integration in a District Heating and Cooling Network: W.E. DISTRICT Project
Juan José Roncal Casano, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM)
B-12
Dynamic Modelling of Print Circuit Heat Exchanger in 10MWe Supercritical CO2 Recompression Brayton Cycle
Xin Sui, Henan University of Science and Technology
B-13
Techno-economic Comparison of Direct Particle and Air Based sCO2 CSP Plant
Silvia Trevisan, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
C-01
Solar Hybridization Plant Design Based on The Storage and Peak Regulation Ability of CSP
Jianhua Li, Cosin Solar Technology Co., Ltd.
C-02
Calculated Levelized Energy Cost of a Kuwaiti Based 50MWe Molten Salt Heat Storage Parabolic Trough Power Plant
Adel Naser, Ratingen Solar
D-02
Using Solar Thermal Energy in the Sludge Drying Process of a Wastewater Treatment Plant
Isak Svensson, Absolicon Solar Collector AB
D-03
Socio-economic Impact of Concentrated Solar Power in China: Example of a 50 MW Parabolic Trough Plant
Francisco Torres Sartori, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE
E-01
Novel Collector Design for High-Temperature Direct Steam Generation in a PTC Plant
Mohammad Moghimi Ardekani, Staffordshire University
E-02
1000-MW CSP with 100-Gigawatt-hour Crushed-rock Heat Storage to Replace Dispatchable Fossil-fuel Electricity
Charles Forsberg, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
E-03
Towards a High-Concentration Line-Focus Concentrator: Étendue-Squeezing and Tracking Integration
Håkon Jarand Dugstad Johnsen, NTNU, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
E-04
Estimating the Value of Automated Technologies in the Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) Industry
Laura McNamara, Sandia National Laboratories