Task management

The research task leader is

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The assumed objectives will be achieved by solving tasks included in VII thematic groups:

I. Development of a set of algorithms and programs for a full and plausible simulation of the operation of a power unit with a complex technological structure under various loads, taking account of the processes of CO2 separation.

II. Identification, examination and testing of new concepts of improvement in the efficiency of coal-based technologies of electricity and heat generation.

LEADER OF THE THEMATIC GROUPS:

prof. dr hab. inż. Kazimierz WÓJS (Wrocław University of Technology)


III. Development of new methods and systems of operational supervision, methods of risk assessment and of planning the diagnostic-repair management of new-generation power units and other power engineering systems.

 

LEADER OF THE THEMATIC GROUP:

prof. dr hab. inż. Andrzej Rusin – Silesian University of Technology


IV. Optimization analyses, systemic and techno-economic studies laying foundation for the implementation of the 50+ power unit (unit with efficiency exceeding 50%) into the Polish power industry.

 

LEADER OF THE THEMATIC GROUP:

† prof. dr hab. inż. Gerard Kosman – Silesian University of Technology


V. Pilot testing of the processes of CO2 capture from flue gases for various classes of sorbents.

 

LEADER OF THE THEMATIC GROUP:

dr hab. inż. Marek ŚCIĄŻKO (Institute for Chemical Processing of Coal)


VI. Study research and technological designs for the integration of CO2 capture systems with coal-fired thermal power stations (power stations and combined heat & power plants).

 

LEADER OF THE THEMATIC GROUP:

dr hab. inż. Henryk Łukowicz, Professor of the Silesian University of Technology (Silesian University of Technology)


VII. Determination of the technical and economic feasibility of the improvement in the efficiency of crude oil extraction with partial retention of CO2 in geological structures – with a considerable financial commitment of industrial partners.

 

LEADER OF THE THEMATIC GROUP:

dr hab. inż. Marek CAŁA (AGH University of Science and Technology)

The thematic groups are divided into 30 stages. In each of them, themes are distinguished to be explored according to checkpoints developed on a yearly basis.

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