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3rd international AshMelT workshop, 26th of February 2015, in Wels

The workshop was organized in the course of the World Sustainable Energy Days. The Research Technology and Development partners of the AshMelT projects provided contributions and presented them during the workshop. Topics of the workshop were final results of the project showing methods for determining slagging properties, real slag formation in small scale heating application and possible impact on standardization.

The various presenters are listed and the workshop contributions are shown below.

Gilles Gauthier, AEBIOM, Belgium
Introduction of the AshMelT project

Manuel Schwabl and Elisabeth Wopienka, BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH, Austria
Background – Why this work was necessary

Jonas Dahl, Danish Technology Institute, Denmark
Laboratory Methods

Josef Rathbauer, BLT, Austria
Implementation of Developed Test Methods in Standards

Gilles Gauthier, AEBIOM, Belgium
The Possible Implementation of the AshMelT Methods in the ENplus Pellet Certification

Manuel Schwabl and Elisabeth Wopienka, BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH, Austria
Outlook for the Project Future Application an Development of the AshMelT Methods

2nd international AshMelT workshop, 15th of October 2014, in Berlin

The workshop was organized in the course of the 13th Pellets Industry Forum. Overall 130 participants were registered for the workshop. The Research Technology and Development partners of the AshMelT projects provided contributions and presented them during the workshop. Topics of the workshop were methods for determining slagging properties, real slag formation in small scale heating application and possible impact on standardization.

The various presenters are listed and the workshop contributions are shown below.
Jonas Dahl, Danish Technology Institute, Denmark
Methods determining slagging properties of biopellets relevant for small scale heating application

Josef Rathbauer, BLT, Austria
AshMelT methods performance in Round Robin testing

Manuel Schwabl, BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH, Austria
Practical relevance of the AshMelT methods – survey of real slag formation in small scale heating application

Elisabeth Wopienka, BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH, Austria
Possible implementation of AshMelT into current standards and certificates

Interim Report

As part of the interim reportinp period of the project a brief summary of the entire project content and project progress was written. Please follow the link: Publishable Summary

Contributions to 21st European Biomass Conference and Exhibition 2013:

Schwabl, M. et al. visual presentation 2DV3.32
Applicability and Slag Formationt Survey of Different Biomass Fuels Qualities in Small Scale Combustion- a Substudy in the FP7-SME Project AshMelT

Jonas, D. et al. visual presentation 2DV3.29
Comparison of Ash Melting Behavior of Bio Pellets in a Laboratory Slag Analyser with Test in a Domestic Pellet Boiler

Boman, C. et al. oral presentation 2CO10.5
Slagging tendencies during combustion of different biomass fuels in two small scale (<50 kW) grate fired appliances