Ash-Related Issues in Gas Turbines
Gas turbines, especially current designs operating at high temperatures, are susceptible to damages caused by molten ash deposition (volcanic ash, terrestrial, fossil ash, and fuel ash). This interdisciplinary workshop will bring together experts from chemical engineering, geoscience and biometric studies to apply state-of-the-art technologies used in coal combustion, the treatment of high temperature surface material and optical physics. Taking a macro- and a microscale view and consider static as well as dynamic conditions, the workshop will explore the influence of different types of ash wetting on various gas turbines with the aim to determine new and improved mitigation methods.
Teilnehmer sind u.a.: Rory Clarkson (Rolls-Royce Inc.), Bill Clyne (Cambridge), Thomas Fletcher (Brigham Young University), Masahiro Fukumoto (Toyohashi University of Technology), Hongbo Guo (Beihang University), Anne-Marie Kietzig (McGill University), Carlos G. Levi (University of California), Yan Lavallee (Liverpool), Daniel Emil Mack (Forschungszentrum Jülich), Ichiro Naruse (Nagoya), Uwe Schulz (DLR Köln), Bernadett Weinzierl (Universität Wien).
Ort und Anmeldung
- Programm "Ash-Related Issues in Gas Turbines" (286 KByte)