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1 'Industrial Combustion' - new paper in IFRF Journal

Scattering and absorption properties of particles in pulverized coal combustion
Sebastien Caillat, Joint-Editor, Industrial Combustion
From the IFRF Offices
Contributed by Sebastien Caillat
Paris, France, Monday 28th November 2016
http://www.industrial.combustion.ifrf.net/papers_new.html

The paper "Investigation of modelling approaches for scattering and absorption properties of particles in pulverized coal combustion" by Tim Gronarz, Martin Habermehl, Oliver Hatzfeld and Reinhold Kneer has just been published in the 'IFRF online journal Industrial Combustion'. The authors are affilated to the Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer of RWTH Aachen University, Germany. In this work, the scattering of thermal radiation by particles during solid fuel combustion modelling was investigated, the results of approximate methods were compared to exact solutions obtained by Mie theory. The representation of radiative properties by tabulation and interpolation approach is also presented and discussed. The paper is free to read and to download at http://www.industrial.combustion.ifrf.net/papers_new.html

 

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2 Clearwater broadens its scope

From the Clearwater Clean Energy Conference
Contributed by Barbara Sakkestad
Louisa, VA, USA, Monday 28th November 2016

A new US Administration takes office in January and it will bring about many changes for the United States’ energy policies. This means that the USA and its trading and technical partners will be faced with new priorities, challenges and opportunities.  According to the statements in the recent Presidential campaign, the role of energy technologies will be a key part of this new Administration.    

The Clearwater Conference Organising Committee therefore decided to broaden the scope of the conference at its June 2017 event.  The Former Clearwater Clean Coal Conference becomes the Clearwater Clean Energy Conference, and will be held on June 11 to 15, 2017, at the Sheraton Sand Key in Clearwater, Florida, USA. While the conference will continue to focus on opportunities and challenges as new and improved technologies are developed, the next Clearwater Conference  will also cover all the proposed programs and policies of the new US Administration. More information and a downloadable call for papers at http://www.calendar.ifrf.net/event.html?id=618

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3 Combustion Expert wanted

Gwenaelle Rene
Fives Offices, Paris, France
From the Fives Offices
Contributed by Gwenaelle Rene
Paris, Monday 28th November 2016

IFRF Member Organisation Fives Stein, a subsidiary of the Fives Group specialising in steel and glass wishes to strengthen its combustion activity through the recruitment of a Combustion Expert to its permanent staff. More information and contact details in the IFRF Events Calendar http://www.calendar.ifrf.net/event.html?id=620, but you can also expect to meet Fives personnel at the upcoming French Flame Research Committee Meeting on December 1st http://www.calendar.ifrf.net/event.html?id=615

Fives Stein, filiale du Groupe Fives spécialisée dans le verre et l’acier, conçoit et réalise, depuis plus de 130 ans, des fours et équipements thermiques de haute technologie, dont les systèmes de combustion sont des éléments majeurs. Fives Stein est très présente sur le marché mondial et réalise 90% de son CA à l’exportation. Fives Stein souhaite renforcer son activité Combustion par le recrutement d’un(e) Expert(e) Combustion en CDI. http://www.calendar.ifrf.net/event.html?id=620

 

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4 Combustion Industry News

From the IFRF's correspondent in Australia
From the Sydney Office
Contributed by Patrick Lavery
Australia, Monday 28th November 2016

Patrick Lavery pic.jpgCombustion Industry News brings together interesting and important stories about or affecting the combustion industry, and is collated for the IFRF every fortnight by Patrick Lavery. For each news story cited, a link is provided to the original publication. Where news relates to IFRF Member Organisations, the name of the organisation appears in green with a link to the associated profile page on the IFRF website. Subscription-free article links are given in blue, and subscription-required article links in red.

If you have a news item to share, please contact Patrick Lavery.

Top story

- Trump presidency threatens Paris Climate Agreement while potentially boosting parts of domestic fossil fuel industry

Business Trends

- Trump presidency unlikely to reverse coal’s slide, according to Reuter’s opinion piece
- China to ramp up waste-to-energy

Research, Development and Technology

- ADNOC and Masdar begin operation of world’s first CCUS system for a steelmaking works
- Leading oil and gas companies launch billion-dollar low-carbon technology fund

Security

- Aperio Systems developing cybersecurity technology for power plants

Company and Project News

- New RWE CEO sees difficult years ahead
- Total to develop South Pars gasfield in Iran

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