The 3rd IEA CCC Workshop on Advanced Ultrasupercritical Power Plant (AUSC3) returns to Rome on 13-14 December 2017.
The development and demonstration of metal alloys able to operate at steam conditions of at least 700ᵒC is essential for raising the efficiency of coal power plant towards 50% and beyond, and holds enormous potential for reducing global CO2 emissions. AUSC3 will bring together the key research programmes in this field worldwide and highlight the progress made since the last edition.
Hosted in association with the Centro Sviluppo Materiali, this year’s event will feature the latest findings of the EU research consortium: Demonstration Plant 700ᵒC (DP700) whose members include Doosan Babcock, CSM, Cranfield University, DEKRA, TU Chemnitz, TU Darmstadt, TU Gratz and VTT.
We also welcome submissions from all other researchers in the field and anticipate a truly international event, with previous editions having assembled 70-80 delegates from leading manufacturers and research institutes across the EU, USA, Japan, China, Russia, and Korea.
Please submit your abstract at http://www.ausc3.com/ by 1 August 2017. You must first either log into your existing IEA CCC events account or create a new account (‘Sign Up’).
The 2nd IEA CCC Workshop on Advanced Ultra-Supercritical Coal-fired power plants took place in Rome, Italy, 14-15 October 2014 in association with Centro Sviluppo Materiali (CSM). Development work is ongoing in China, Europe, India, Japan and the USA where there are plans to design and build demonstration plants over the coming years. This Workshop brought together those with a common interest in the research and development necessary to bring such plants to fruition. Visit the workshop website for details, and read the blog
The 1st IEA Clean Coal Centre Workshop on Advanced Ultra-Supercritical Coal-fired power plants was held on 19-20 September 2012 in Vienna, Austria.
The workshop focused on materials testing and plant design for the highest possible plant efficiencies. Development work is ongoing in China, Europe, India, Japan and the USA where there are plans to design and build demonstration plants over the coming years. This first workshop brought together those with a common interest in the research and development necessary to bring such plants to fruition. The workshop was hosted by EVN in Vienna, Austria and was organised by IEA Clean Coal Centre in cooperation with the VGB, Germany.To download the presentations visit the workshop website.