The fifth issue fo the Bio-HyPP Newsletter presents the improvements achieved for hybrid power plant components. In particular the work carried out by DLR, UNIGE and NETL is presented. DLR investigated theoretically and experimentally the influence of biogas on the auxiliary systems of the SOFC system (reformer and anode gas recirculation device) confirming the suitability of […]
Alberto Traverso, from UNIGE, received the Best Paper Award from the Global Power Propulsion Society for the paper “Gas Turbine Advanced Power Systems to improve SOFC economic viability”, presented at the GPPS Forum 2017, Zurich, Switzerland published in the framework of the Bio-HyPP Project. […]
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On Febrauary 2018 the Magazine published an article on the Bio-HyPP project, presenting the technology under development and the targeted objectives.
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RINA Consulting (Stefano Barberis) and UNIGE (Prof. Mario Ferrari) attended on behalf of Bio-HyPP consortium the Shape-Energy SandPits event in Turin (Italy) last 6-7th February. It has been an opportunity to promote the project via poster and leaflet and also via interesting scientific communication/dissemination workshop where Bio-HyPP targets and outcomes has been promoted to the […]
The 3rd LEAP (Low Emission Advanced Power cycles) session, organized in Naples during the final day (15th December 2017) of the European Fuel Cell 2017 event, was an important opportunity to disseminate project results and to profitably discuss results and new ideas among the partners. Six works were presented: by University of Genoa (n.1), DLR […]
In WP3 the existing hybrid power plant test rigs at DLR, NETL and UNIGE have been adapted and optimized for further experiments to provide results for the optimization of gas turbine components, operation and control strategies for the real demonstrator in WP4. In addition, the results are used in WP1 for model validation. This work […]
RINA Consulting presented at ETN (European Turbine Network) Autumn Workshop (Genoa, 4-5 October 2017) its research activities about the flexibilization of microgas turbine, presenting the opportunities offered by the Bio-HyPP project, and how research outcomes could be useful for the flexibilization of large GT/CC Plants in the new European RES based electrical market. Please […]
The fourth issue fo the Bio-HyPP Newsletter presents first evaluations on possible ways to bring the developed system to the market. Moreover an insight on project advances is given, describing the advances achieved by UNIGE, MTT and DLR. UNIGE successfully testing the turbocharger for the top-economic layout and undergoing the detailed design phase, MTT completed […]
The 3rd newsletter features real market opportunities of Bio-HyPP system and the analysis of the market exploitation routes. Moreover, the project progress is described in detail. Behaviour of pressurized SOFC stacks is reported and described, as well as, the approach for the definition of dynamic models. Moreover a section on two partners of the Consortium, […]
DLR partners participated at Biogas – Expo & Congress held in Offenburg, Germany on the 8th and 9th February 2017. Dr. Andreas Huber, DLR held a presentation titled “High efficient and flexible generation of heat and power – the hybrid power plant”. In the presentation he introduced Bio-HyPP project, objectives and possible applications, as well […]