1st Annual Meeting
The 1st LIA-LES Annual Meeting was held in Aix-les-Bains, France, 9– 12 Jan. 2008.
72 participants came with 36 presentations and 4 invited speakers. The CNRS and the CAS also sent their representatives as a sign of great support, as well as Rhodia, IFP, CIAT. About 20 collaboration projects were identified thanks to the Annual Meeting.
WEDNESDAY 09/01/08 (Chairman : Jack Legrand)
10h00 — 11h40 Registration
12h00 — 13h00 Lunch
13h00 — 13h30 Welcome address
13h30 — 14h10 Invited Conference: Jean JENCK, ENKI INNOVATION
Biomass, bioenergy, biofuels: industrial progress
14h10 — 14h30 Rene MOLETTA et al, LOCIE CHAMBÉRY
Methane production from industrials waste water
14h30 — 14h50 Alain BERGEL et al., LGC TOULOUSE
Microbial fuel cells: from waste to power Impact of hydrogen injection in natural gas infrastructures
14h50 — 15h10 Audrey VILLOT et al , LOCIE CHAMBERY
Production of second-generation biofuel. A technological look: the gas cleaning at high-temperature and high-pressure
15h10 — 15h30 Dominique VARLET et al, GEPEA SAINT-NAZAIRE - NANTES
Bioenergy: formulation and combustion of biofuels - emulsification and gasification
15h30 — 16h10 Discussion “Biofuels”
16h10 — 16h40 Coffee break
16h40 — 17h00 Serguei MARTEMIANOV et al, LET POITIERS
Improvement of proton exchange membrane fuel cell electrical performance by optimization of operating parameters
and electrodes preparation
17h00 — 17h20 Feina XU et al, LEMTA NANCY
Water concentration profile through nafion membrane under fuel cell operation by small angle neutron scattering
17h20 — 17h40 Gilles FLAMANT et al, PROMES ODEILLO-PERPIGNAN
Hydrogen from water and solar energy
17h40 — 18h00 Xiu-Li YIN et Haibin LI, GIEC GUANGZHOU
Biomass gasification technology; Introduction of Biomass Center
18h00 — 18h20 C.AZZARO-PANTEL et al, LGC TOULOUSE
Impact of hydrogen injection in natural gas infrastructures
18h20 — 19h Discussion “Fuel cells – Hydrogen – Transportation“
19h15 Reception at city hall, dinner
THURSDAY 10/01/08 (Chairmen : Daniel Tondeur, Gilles Flamant)
8h30 — 9h10 Invited Conference: Prof Ibrahim DINCER, UNIVERSITY OF ONTARIO, INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, OSHAWA, CANADA
Energy efficiency or deficiency?
9h10 — 9h30 Jean-Marc COMMENGE et al., LSGC NANCY
Intensifying Chemical reactors through multi-scale structuring: the scientific rationale
9h30 — 9h50 Xi-Gang YUAN et al., SKLOCHE TIANJIN
Energy integration and process intensification. Effect of interfacial turbulence on the enhancement of mass-transfer process
in falling-film flow
9h50 — 10h10 Yilin FAN et al, LOCIE CHAMBÉRY
Flow Distribution and Heat Transfer Intensification in a Mini Crossflow Heat Exchanger
10h10 — 10h40 Coffee break
10h40 — 11h00 Xing-Gui ZHOU, SKLOCHE SHANGHAI
Design and experimental investigation of a constructal mixer for liquid-liquid extraction
11h00 — 11h20 Serge CORBEL et al., DCPR NANCY
Stereolithography as a tool for producing micro-structured devices for process intensification. Example of a photocatalytic reactor
11h20 — 11h40 Wenli SONG et al., IPE CAS BEIJING
Ozone decomposition in a downer reactor
11h40 — 12h00 Nathalie MAZET et al., PROMES PERPIGNAN
Cascades of sorption processes for the long distance transportation of thermal energy
12h00 — 13h15 Lunch
13h20 — 13h40 Yiqing LUO et al., SKLOCHE TIANJIN
Global Optimization for the Synthesis of Integrated Water Systems with PSO Algorithm
13h40 — 14h00 Raphaël BOICHOT et al., LOCIE CHAMBERY
Heat transfer intensification using a cellular automaton
14h00 — 15h00 Discussion "Intensification and Energy Efficiency"
Chairmen: D.Tondeur and X.G.Yuan
15h00 — 15h45 Invited Conference: Jean-Claude MULLER, INESS STRASBOURG
Photovoltaic solar energy in France and in EC: state-of-the-art and prospects
15h45 — 16h15 Coffee break
16h15 — 16h45 Feng-Wu BAI et al, LABORATORY OF SOLAR THERMAL POWER, IEE BEIJING
High temperature air receiver for solar tower power plant
16h45 — 17h15 Gilles FLAMANT, PROMES ODEILLO-PERPIGNAN
Putting the sun in a gas turbine, the “PEGASE” project
17h15 — 17h45 Ruzhu WANG, INSTITUTE OF REFRIGERATION AND CRYOGENICS, JIAOTONG UNIVERSITY SHANGHAI
The current status of solar heating and cooling
17h45 — 18h15 Yu BAI et al, LOCIE CHAMBERY
Numerical and experimental study of a directly coupled photovoltaic pumping system in a solar domestic hot water system
FRIDAY 11/01/08 (Chairmen : Gilles Flamant, Daniel Gauthier)
8h30 — 9h00 Driss STITOU et al, PROMES ODEILLO-PERPIGNAN
Thermochemical processes for solar cooling application: from air conditioning to deep-freezing
9h00 — 9h30 Yong LI et al, Institute of Refrigeration and Cryogenics, JIAOTONG UNIVERSITY SHANGHAI
Desiccant cooling, a potential solar cooling
9h30 — 10h10 Invited Conference: Sophie JULLIAN, IFP VERNAISON
Technologies for CO2 capture: new energy production challenges
10h10 — 10h30 Ji-Dong LU et al , State Key Laboratory of Coal Combustion, HUST WUHAN
Researches on CO2 capture technologies using CaO calcination/carbonation cycles and related research in SKLCC/HUST
10h30 — 11h00 Coffee Break
11h00 — 11h20 Arnaud DELEBARRE et al, GEPEA SAINT NAZAIRE – NANTES
Oxycombustion by Chemical Looping Process and CO2 Capture in flue gas by Pressure Swing Adsorption
11h20 — 11h40 Jian CHEN et al, SKLOCHE, TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY BEIJING
Study on solvents and process simulation for CO2 capture
11h40 — 12h00 Li-Na WANG et al, DICP, CAS DALIAN
Separation of CO2 through Polymer Membranes in DICP
12h00 — 12h30 Discussion “CO2 separation and capture“
12h30 — 13h40 Lunch
13h40 — 14h00 Quentin FALCOZ et al, PROMES ODEILLO-PERPIGNAN
Monitoring of volatile metal in flue gas from waste thermal treatment using ICP-OES
14h00 — 14h20 Shu-Dong WANG et al, DICP, CAS DALIAN
High- efficiency NOx removal from flue gas and diesel exhaust
14h20 — 14h40 Laurence LE COQ et al , GEPEA SAINT NAZAIRE – NANTES
Particulate matter filtration - Application to mineral particles and soot removal from gas
14h40 — 15h10 Discussion “Monitoring and cleaning of gaseous effluents
15h10 — 15h30 Gwang-Hi Jung : Collaboration between CNRS and CAS
15h30 — 16h00 Coffee Break
16h00 — 18H00 General Discussion: synthesis of sessions, future prospects and projects, future meeting
18h00 — 18h30 Workshop Closure
20 h00 Gala dinner
3rd Annual Meeting
The 3rd LIA-LES Annual Meeting was held in Perpignan-Odeillo, France, 31 May and 1 June 2010.
41 participants came with 23 presentations.
Sino-French Laboratory for Sustainable Energy
an Associated International Laboratory
2010 Annual Meeting
May 31 – June 1, 2010
Monday, May 31, 2010 – Perpignan: Results of current collaboration projects.
8:15 Bus leaves Hotels to PROMES
9:00-9:30 Opening ceremony
9:30-13:00 Morning Presentations
9:30-10:00 ’’Mechanistic model for Taylor flow in capillaries’’ by Bin Cao.
10:00-10:30 ’’MIGALI: Micro-reactors for the intensification of gas-liquid transport phenomena’’ by Joelle Aubin.
10:30-11:00 ’’Design and optimization of the constructal distributor for parallel multichannel gas-liquid micro-reactor’’ by Tong Zhang.
11:00-11h30 Coffee Break
11:30-12:00 ’’Multiobjective optimization of industrial water networks with contaminant’’ by Ludovic Montastruc.
12:00-12:30 ’’Experimental study on performance characteristics of a high temperature solar volumetric air receiver’’ by Cyril Caliot.
12:30-13:00 ’’Air receiver testing on solar dish concentrator’’ by Fengwu Bai.(supprimé)
14:30-18:30 Afternoon Presentations
14:30-15:00 ’’Investigation on the novel ammonia-water absorption cycle heat transportation over long distance’’ by Hua Zhang.
15:00-15:30 ’’Characterization of hydrogen production by Platymonas subcordiformis in torus photo-biareactor’’ by Jack Legrand.
15:30-16:00 ’’High density solid gas material for long storage of solar energy’’ by Jing Xu.
16:00-16:30 ’’Long-term sorption solar energy storage based on CaCl²/H²O absorption cycle’’ by Nolwenn Le Pierrès.
16:30 - 17:00 Coffee Break
17:00-17:30 ’’Experimental study of a constant temperature and humidity air-conditioning system driven by a ground source heat pump in a year’’ by Xiaoqiang Zhai.
17:30-18:00 ’’Heavy metal vaporization in fluidized bed coal combustion’’ by Daniel Gauthier.
18:00-18:30 ’’Development of a new generation of high temperature solar receivers based on compact heat exchanger technology’’ by Gilles Flamant.
18:30 Bus to Perpignan Hotels.
19:30 Dinner at restaurant « Casa Sansa », Rue des Fabriques couvertes,
Tuesday, June 1, 2010, Odeillo: Propositions for future projects.
07:30 Bus starts from Perpignan Hotels to PROMES Laboratory at
10:00-10:30 Arrival at PROMES – Coffee
10:30-13:00 Morning Presentations
10:30-11:00 “Catalytic ammonia decomposition on Fe particles scattered by carbon nanofibers” by Xing-Gui Zhou.
11:00-11:30 “Direct numerical simulation of particle-fluid systems by combining pseudoparticle modeling and lattice Boltzmann method’’ by Limin Wang.
11:30-12:00 “A study and application of modified rotating disc contactors’’ by Yundong Wang.
12:00-12:30 “Methodology for synthesis of integrated heat and water networks proposal for common project with LGC’’ by Xigang Yuan.
12:30-13-00 ’’Utilization and mitigation of coal mine methane’’ by Shudong Wang.
14:15-14:45 ”Dimethyl ether production from biomass gasification’’ by Haibin Li.
14:45-15:15 ’’Development of enclosed photo-bioreactors for mass production of algal oil’’ by Zhongming Wang.
15:15-15:45 ”Modeling of a water hybrid Photovoltaic/Thermal system’’ by Yu Bai.
15:45-16:15” Characterization of wet flue-gas desulfurization residues from 600MW coal-fired power plant’’ by Hao Liu.
16:15-16:45 Coffee Break
16:45-17:15 ’’Hydrodynamics and flow distribution properties of some meshed fluidic networks’’ by Daniel Tondeur.
17:15-17:45 ”Routes from industrial waste of carbon dioxide to biodegradable polymers ‘’ by Jiajun Wang.
17:45-18:45 Discussion and closing Ceremony
18:45 Transfer to Hotels
19:15 Bus for Dinner at restaurant “Las Bones Hores”
Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010
9:00 Departure from Font-Romeu to Perpignan by Bus
11:00 Arrival at Perpignan (railway station or airport)