11. michel crine iets - industrial energy-related technologies and systems


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11. michel crine iets - industrial energy-related technologies and systems

  1. 1. presented by M. Crine University of Liègeiets description An IA dealing with new industrial energy technologies and systems. Established in 2005 as the results of merging, revamping and extending activities formerly carried out by separate IA’s (Process integration, Pulp and paper, Heat Exchangers and Heat Transfer, Process Separation Technologies) To ease participation by countries in a broad range of industrial areas. To increase awareness of technology and energy efficiency opportunities in industry.
  2. 2. iets motivations To promote energy efficient industrial technologies and systems Contribution of industrial activities to energy consumption 1/3 of the world consumption 22 % CO2 release Targeted improvements 30 % of CO2 release Limited costs (sometimes negative)iets activities Collaborative projects Scientific research Development of new technologies and systems Prospective – Technology watch Dissemination of information Objectives To get a better knowledge of Existing technologies Energy efficiency of these tehcnologies To develop synergies between different technologies and systems To improve international collaborations
  3. 3. Belgian participation (ULg) 2001 : Petten, NL Thermal drying, membrane, distillation 2002 : Establishment of a work programme 2003 : Support of Walloon Region Establishment of a contracting agreement between RW and ULg 2003 : ExCo meeting (Energy efficient Separation Technologies), Lodz, PL ) 2005 : Creation of IETS 2006 : Workshop « Industrial separation », Copenhagen, DK 2007 : Expert meeting on drying-dewatering, Malmö, SEBelgian participation (ULg) 2007 : Creation of annex X: Energy Efficient Drying and Dewatering Technologies 2007 : ExCo meeting, Amsterdam, NL 2008 : ExCo meeting, Istanbul, TK 2008 : Effective launching of Annex X 2009 : Workshop of Annex X, Utrecht, NL 2010 : Meeting of Annex X, Magdeburg, DE 2011 : ExCo meeting, Singapore, SG 2011 : ExCo meeting, Liège, BE 2012 : ExCo meeting, Paris, FR
  4. 4. iets member countries 10 member countries as of November 2011 Belgium SPF, SPW SPW, ? Canada National Resources Canada Denmark Ministry of Economy and Business Affairs, Danish Energy Author. Finland Tekes - National Technology Agency of Finland Korea Korean Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) Netherlands Government of the Netherlands Norway The research council of Norway/Enova SF Portugal Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa Sweden Swedish Energy Agency United States U.S. Department of Energy ITPiets annexesCurrently, IETS has 7 ongoing projects : Annex IX Energy efficient Separation Systems Annex X Energy efficient Drying and Dewatering Technologies SE BE (ULg) Annex XI Industry-based Biorefineries PT BE (VITO) Annex XII Membrane Technologies NL BE (VITO) Annex XIII Industrial Heat Pumps Annex XIV Process integration in the iron and steel industry Annex XV Industrial Excess Heat Recovery
  5. 5. iets proposal for new annexes Energy optimization in Small and Medium Enterprises Energy efficient process control LCA Off shore energy efficiency Energy efficiency in the fertiliser industryannex XEnergy Efficient Drying and Dewatering Technologies High energy consuming technologies Thermal drying : 10 à 15% of the industrial energy consumptionin developed countries. Energy use Type of process Minimum water content, % (kwh/kg water) Mechanical dewatering 0.0001-0.03 20-30 (Thermal) Drying 0.8-1.5 Approaching zero Largely widespread in the industry but often « hidden » in complex processes. Agrofood industry Chemical industry and biotechnology Building materials, ceramics, polymers,… Wood industry Waste valorization or destruction
  6. 6. annex X Participating countriesSweden Lund University Prof. Stig Stenström, coordinatorNorway VVS Norplan AS, Dr. Ola Jonassen NTNU, Department of Energy and Process Engineering Prof. Trygve Eikevik and Prof. Odilio Alves-FilhoBelgiumUniversity of Liège, Prof. Michel Crine and Prof. Angelique Leonard Without formal agreement Canada Canada National Resources Canada, Dr. Tadeusz Kudra Denmark EnerDry, Dir. Arne Sloth Jensenthe Netherlands TNO, Dr. Henk van DeventerAchievements of annex Xhttp://www.iea-industry.org/index.php/projectsannexes/annex-10 Duration : May 2008 – December 2011 2 subtasks A. Audit of energy use for drying in different countries Coordinated by Sweden B. Drying and dewatering of sludges, biowastes and solid biofuels Coordinated by Norway 6 technical reports Technical report 1 Drying and dewatering of sludge Technical report 2 Dewatering of bark Technical report 3 Superheated steam drying of biofuels Technical report 4 Superheated steam drying for sludge and related applications Technical report 5 Superheated steam drying of sludge Technical report 6 Properties of bark
  7. 7. Achievements of annex X Dissemination of information Creation of a series of conferences: European Conference on Sludge Management ECSM’08 Liège (BE), 1-2 September 2008 European Conference on Sludge Management ECSM’10 Budapest (HU), 9-10 September 2010 European Conference on Sludge Management ECSM’12 León (ES), 6 - 7 September 2012Hosting the 13th ExCo meetingLiège 17-18 november 2011 Workshop on Drying of biomaterials Thanks for your attention Do not hesitate to have a look at the IEA-IETS website http://www.iea-iets.org