Workshop on Sampling, Detection and Quantification of Impurities in Gases from Thermochemical Biomass Conversion Processes - “Gas Analysis Workshop”
Following the successful workshop on tar analysis 2011 another workshop was held in June 2012 at the EU biomass conference in Milan, Italy. The topic was boradened onto gas analysis in more general. The interest was high as so were the discussions. Despite many existing approaches for process gas analysis as well as for a detailed analysis of product gases ans synthesis gases there are still many open questions and especially a non distributed knowledge.
These workshops and follow up action such as webinars aim to have more people seriously involved into the analytical debate and to build a profound basis of knowledge to advance in thermochemical conversion.
flyer of the workshop
|1||Welcome and introduction||Y. Neubauer||TU Berlin||Berlin||Germany|
|2||Tar measurement at VUT - Solvent Comparison||U. Wolfesberger-Schwabl||Vienna University of Technology||Vienna||Austria|
|3||Reflexions on the existing guideline (and EN) about the sampling and analysis of tar matter from product gas, pyrolysis gas and synthesis gas sampling on adsorbents||J. Zeisler||Bioenergy2020+||Graz||Austria|
|4||Tar & (SPA) tar analysis||T. Liljedahl||KTH Stockholm||Stockholm||Sweden|
|5||Tar analysis by Solid Phase Adsorption (SPA) associated with Thermal Desorption (TD) and Gas Chromatography (GC) analysis|| E. Masson|
|6||Solid Phase Adsorption (SPA) method for tar. Analysis of heavy tars||S. Grootjes||ECN||Petten||Netherlands|
|7||Introduction; description of needs (Parameters, application, type of task)||S. Biollaz||PSI||Villigen||Switzerland|
|8||PSI toolbox regarding trace elements: Alkali, Cl, metals||S. Biollaz||PSI||Villigen||Switzerland|
|9||SPA measurement for sulphur compounds: first results||S. Grootjes||ECN||Petten||Netherlands|
|10||Analytical methods for LT-CFB Gasifiers (Analysis of Chlorine)|| H. Egsgaard|
|11||The actual need of a guideline for sampling and analysis of chemical matter (not tars) from product gas, pyrolysis gas and synthesis gas||J. Zeisler||Bioenergy2020+||Graz||Austria|