Preliminary programme
13:30 Registration. Number of participants is limited to 50
   
14:00-17:00 Workshop
   
  Part 1: Providing a constant process heat stream out of a fluctuating (waste) heat stream by inserting a thermal storage unit.
  Ir. Kenny Couvreur and Dr. Ir. Sergei Gusev, UGent TEI - Belgium
   
  Part 2: Demonstration of process design including thermal storage by using TOP-Energy
  M. Sc. Marion Powilleit and Jan Kurowski, Society for the Advancement of Applied Computer Science (GFaI) - Germany
   
18:30-23:00 Conference dinner
 
08:30-09:00 Registration
   
Morning session
Chair: Prof. Dr. Ir. Michel De Paepe UGent - Belgium
   
09:00-09:10 Thermal energy research at Ghent University
  Prof. Dr. Ir. Michel De Paepe, UGent - Belgium
   
Theme 1: Thermal (heat and cold) storage in industrial processes
   
09:10-09:40 Thermal storage technologies for medium and high temperatures - State of the art - Options for the application in industry
Dr. Ing. Wolf-Dieter Steinmann, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics - Germany
   
09:40-10:00 CORNET project Shortstore (Short term heat or cold storage in industry): objectives, project structure, partners, overview project results
Ing. Bruno Vanslambrouck, UGent TEI - Belgium
   
10:00-10:30 CORNET project Shortstore: Thermal storage in the ceramic industry, case studies, lessons learned
Dr. Anne Tretau, The Brick and Tile Research Institute (IZF) – Germany
   
10:30-11:00 UGent lab scale test rig: Simulations, design and construction - demonstration
Ir. Kenny Couvreur and Dr. Ir. Sergei Gusev, UGent TEI
   
11:00-11:30 Coffee break – visit to the lab scale test rig – Fair visit
   
11:30-12:00 CORNET project Shortstore. Outcome of some case studies in Flanders, lessons learned
Ir. Kenny Couvreur, UGent TEI – Belgium
   
12:00-12:20 CORNET project Shortstore. Cold storage: materials, control, case study
Dr. Jan Diriken, VITO - Belgium
   
12:20-12:50 CORNET project Shortstore. Energy system design and optimization including thermal storage by using TOP-Energy
M. Sc. Marion Powilleit, Society for the Advancement of Applied Computer Science (GFaI) - Germany
   
12:50-14:00 Lunch break: Italian delicacies prepared by Giancarlo, Dolce Italia
  Lab visit – Fair visit
   
Afternoon session
Chair: Dr. Ing. Wolf-Dieter Steinmann, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics - Germany
   
Theme 1: Thermal (heat and cold) storage in industrial processes (continued)
   
14:00-14:30 High Temperature Thermal Energy Storage solution for a brick company and a Combined Cycle Gas Turbine CHP
  Dr. Günter Schneider, Enolcon-Storasol GmbH - Germany
   
14:30-14:50 Cold storage, to be confirmed
   
Theme 2: Thermal storage in P2H2P (Power to Heat to Power)
   
14:50-15:20 Power to Heat to Power: Concepts and research activities - Overview of the CHESTER-project
Dr. Ing. Wolf-Dieter Steinmann, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics - Germany
   
15:20-15:50 Coffee break
   
Theme 3: Increase flexibility of your energy system by adding thermal storage
   
15:50- 16:20 Electricity Systems and Markets in (R)evolution
  Dr. Annelies Delnooz, VITO-Energyville - Belgium
   
16:20-16:40 Electricity markets: opportunities illustrated with some cases
  Elias De Keyser, Next Kraftwerke - Belgium
   
16:40-17:00 New CORNET project proposal: “Increase flexibility of your energy system by adding thermal storage”
Ing. Bruno Vanslambrouck, UGent TEI - Belgium
   
17:00 Closing reception