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Biomass Low cost Advanced Zero Emission small-to-medium scale integrated gasifier-fuel cell combined heat and power plant

Deliverables

Communication and Dissemination plan

D83Communication and Dissemination plan intermediate M12 M24 EUBIA M36 this deliverable relates to task 82 Success if the plan will describe the target audience key messages and tools to communicate and disseminate the projects activities and results

Market Analysis Report

D84Market Analysis Report intermediate M09 EUBIA M34 this deliverable relates to task 81 Success if the report will include the main market drivers for small scale CHP competing technologies and SWOT analysis

Project website

D8.1 Project website – [EUBIA – M7]: thid deliverable relates to Sub-Task 8.2.2. Success if a the report will clear describe the structure of the project’s website.

Multi-Stakeholder Platform

D87MultiStakeholder Platform EUBIA M12 The document will be updated at M24 and M36 this deliverable relates to task 82 Success if the report will include the structure of the MSP the participants the activities performed and the outcomes of the 2 stakeholders workshops

European and local legal and non-legal limitations, barriers and standards for BLAZE

D7.5 European and local legal and non-legal limitations, barriers and standards for BLAZE refers to Task 7.5 with the aim to identify technological limitations, environmental and/or social and economic constraints as regulatory and market gaps on using BLAZE in small and medium-scale CHP applications. Success if relevant legislation, regulations and standards will be assessed and so BLAZE will respect the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS) and the Registration Evaluation Authorization restriction of CHemicals (REACH).

Health and safety study

D7.4 Health and safety study refers to Task 7.4 with the aim to describe the conditions hazards and remove avoidable risks. It will be success if it will identify the hazards of each BLAZE transformation stage (mainly gasification and SOFC); who could suffer these hazards and the risk level; collective and individual correcting measures. D7.4 wil be provided on M03 in order to be applicable to activities planned within other WPs which raise ethical issues from the beginning of the project, namely WP2 and WP3. A final version with the updating from the BLAZE simulation and experimental results wil be provided on M36.

System models considering component operating windows and plant CHP operating scenarios

D4.1 refers to Task 4.1 and aims to identify operating windows (off-design characteristics and key practical constraints) for gasifier, gas conditioning units, thermally driven gas recirculation device and SOFC stack and so operating schemes for different working loads (e.g. buildings, farm/glasshouses, timber//distilling/food industries). The indicators of success are the identification of at least 2 operating windows for at least 2 different working loads.

Techno-economic optimisation for optimal conceptual CHP plant design with heat exchangers and BoP

D4.4 refers to task 4.5. Success if report will include at least 3 system layouts including energy optimisation and process parameters through sensitivity analysis.

Data Management Plan

Due Dates M6 M36The plan describes the data generated during the course of the project how they are managed described analysed and stored and what strategies are planned at the end of the project to share and preserve these data Task 15

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Publications

Evaluation of sorbents for high temperature removal of tars, hydrogen sulphide, hydrogen chloride and ammonia from biomass-derived syngas by using Aspen Plus

Author(s): Vera Marcantonio, Enrico Bocci, Jan Pieter Ouweltjes, Luca Del Zotto, Danilo Monarca
Published in: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 45/11, 2020, Page(s) 6651-6662, ISSN 0360-3199
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2019.12.142

Development of a Chemical Quasi-Equilibrium Model of Biomass Waste Gasification in a Fluidized-Bed Reactor by Using Aspen Plus

Author(s): Vera Marcantonio, Enrico Bocci, Danilo Monarca
Published in: Energies, 13/1, 2020, Page(s) 53, ISSN 1996-1073
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute (MDPI)
DOI: 10.3390/en13010053

Triple-mode grid-balancing plants via biomass gasification and reversible solid-oxide cell stack: Concept and thermodynamic performance

Author(s): Wang, Ligang; Zhang, Yumeng; Li, Chengzhou; Pérez-Fortes, Mar; Lin, Tzu-En; Maréchal, François; Van herle, Jan; Yang, Yongping
Published in: Applied Energy, 4, 2020, Page(s) 1-9, ISSN 0306-2619
Publisher: Pergamon Press Ltd.
DOI: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2020.115987

Influence of Large Relative Tip Clearances for a Micro Radial Fan and Design Guidelines for Increased Efficiency

Author(s): Patrick Wagner, Jan Van Herle, Lili Gu, Jürg Schiffmann
Published in: 2020
Publisher: ASME

Theoretical and Experimental Investigation of a 34 Watt Radial-Inflow Steam Turbine with Partial-Admission

Author(s): Patrick Wagner, Jan Van Herle, Jürg Schiffmann
Published in: 2020
Publisher: ASME

Biomass Low cost Advanced Zero Emission small-to-medium scale integrated gasifier-fuel cell combined heat and power plant

Author(s): Bocci Enrico; Luda Del Zotto; Fontana Fabrizio; Martini Matteo; Meola Sabino; Barisano Donatella; Nanna Francesco; Villone Antonio; Cocchi Maurizio; Di Carlo Andrea
Published in: 2019
Publisher: Zenodo
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.3822063