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I-ThERM project presented in the SPIRE’s 2017 EU Process Industry Conference, 19 September 2017, Brussels, Belgium

I-ThERM project was presented in the SPIRE’s 2017 EU Process Industry Conference, which was held on the 19th  September 2017 in Brussels, Belgium.

The Process Industry Conference, a SPIRE mid-term policy event,  gathered all relevant stakeholders for the European Process Industry and it was dedicated to picture the future EU Process Industry and what can be implemented if appropriate investments and funds are met.

I-ThERM was represented by the coordinator of the project, Prof. Savvas Tassou from Brunel University. Prof. Tassou presented the  I-ThERM project in the SPIRE projects’ day, along with 47 other projects’ stories which were showcased and illustrated the huge achievements that this first cross-sectorial cPPP has made since its launch at the very end of 2013.

I-ThERM project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 680599.

 

 

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I-ThERM presented in the 4th International Seminar on Organic Rankine Cycle Power Systems, 13-15 September 2017, Milan, Italy.

I-ThERM project participated in the 4th International Seminar on Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Power Systems which took place in Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy, during 13-15 September 2017.

The topics of the 4th International Seminar on Organic Rankine Cycle Power Systems included:

  • Applications and Energy Sources
  • System Design and Optimization
  • Experimental activities and techniques
  • Working Fluids, including mixtures
  • Turbines
  • Volumetric expanders
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Simulation and Design Tools
  • Advanced Control Strategies
  • Operational Experience on Prototypes
  • Supercritical CO2 and novel technologies

The conference is the reference technical event for heat to power conversion systems using bottoming thermodynamic cycles. It was an opportunity for industry and academia to promote their latest achievements and discuss about the new frontiers of the energy recovery. The conference fosters the creation of new commercial and personal links via inspiring keynote lectures from renowned experts, via the inclusion of a wide range of technical aspects during parallel sessions, via open discussions during poster presentations and via more technical and commercial discussions during the Industry Day.

In this event, I-ThERM was represented by three partners of the project, Brunel University London, Spirax Sarco and Enogia. Brunel University London and Spirax Sarco presented modelling results related to the Trilateral Flash Cycle (WP4 of I-ThERM project). Furthermore, Brunel University London together with Enogia promoted the supercritical CO2 activity (WP5 of I-ThERM project) and the overall I-ThERM project through distribution of flyers related to the I-ThERM Workshop of the 24th of October at Brunel University London as well as through offline conversations with academic and industrial participants.

I-ThERM project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 680599.

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I-ThERM present in the 10th International Conference on Compressors and their Systems, 11-13 September 2017, London, UK.

I-ThERM project participated in the 10th International Conference on Compressors and their Systems, which was organised by the Centre for Compressor Technology at City, University of London, UK, during 11-13 September 2017.

The bi-annual conference aims at gathering the worldwide experts in compressors and, recently, expanders to share their ideas and latest research outcomes. In this event, I-ThERM project was represented by its partner and project coordinator, Brunel University London. Delegated from Brunel University London promoted the overall I-ThERM project through distribution of flyers related to the I-ThERM Workshop of the 24th of October at Brunel University London as well as through offline conversations with academic and industrial participants.

I-ThERM project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 680599.

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SAVE THE DATE: I-ThERM free Workshop in Industrial Thermal Energy Recovery, Conversion and Management (24/10/2017, Brunel University, UK)

 

I-ThERM Workshop in Industrial Thermal Energy Recovery, Conversion and Management

I-ThERM Project is organising a free workshop in Industrial Thermal Energy Recovery, Conversion and Management on the 24th October 2017, in the premises of Brunel University in UK.

The aim of this 1-day workshop is to report on progress and latest findings from research and development into innovative technologies and approaches for heat recovery and efficient conversion and utilization of waste heat from industrial processes.

Presentations will cover heat recovery and conversion from both high and low temperature waste heat sources and will provide opportunities for discussion and engagement with researchers, manufacturers and potential users of  these technologies.

You can find more information and registration information here. Also you can find the agenda of the workshop here.

I-ThERM project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 680599.

 

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I-ThERM project present at the UK Heat Transfer Conference,4-5 September 2017, Brunel University, London UK

I-ThERM project participated in the 15th UK Heat Transfer Conference 2017 (UKHTC2017), which took place during 4 – 5 September 2017, at Brunel University in London, UK.

The UK National Heat Transfer conference, organised under the aegis of the UK National Heat Transfer Committee, is the premier forum in the UK for the local and international heat transfer community to meet, disseminate ongoing work and discuss the latest advances in the Heat Transfer field. The audience included researchers from both academia and industry in the areas of heat transfer, fluid mechanics and thermodynamics. Additionally contributions on all aspects of these research areas, from fundamental and applied to novel experimental techniques and innovative applications were also present.

I-ThERM project was represented by the team from Brunel University which participate in the I-ThERM project. In addition to distributing the flyers related to the I-ThERM Workshop of the 24th of October at Brunel University London, during lunch breaks the delegates had the chance to visit the Centre for Sustainable Energy Use in Food Chains (CSEF), in which the supercritical CO2 demonstration facility (WP5) will be located. Hence, these laboratory tours have been further beneficial to outline scope and goals of the I-ThERM project to academicians and industry people.

I-ThERM project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 680599.

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I-ThERM project presented in the SPIRE’s 2017 EU Process Industry Conference, 19 September 2017, Brussels, Belgium
I-ThERM presented in the 4th International Seminar on Organic Rankine Cycle Power Systems, 13-15 September 2017, Milan, Italy.
I-ThERM present in the 10th International Conference on Compressors and their Systems, 11-13 September 2017, London, UK.
I-ThERM project present at the UK Heat Transfer Conference,4-5 September 2017, Brunel University, London UK