Clean Coal Technology

Pelatihan Clean Coal Technology

Pelatihan Clean Coal Technology – This intensive three-day course will examine the main drivers and objectives behind the introduction and development of clean coal technologies [CCTs]. The course will concentrate on clean coal technologies in the power generation sector – although some of the technologies can also be utilised by other sectors which utilise coal. The main types of coal-fired generation plant will be assessed in detail. These are power plants that are currently operational, being commissioned or planned.

  • The course will critically examine and concentrate on the following key technologies:
  • Supercritical/Ultracritical pulverised fuel plants – the dominant technology for new coal-fired plants [particularly in China and India];
  • fluidised Bed Combustion [FBC] plant – particularly Circulating Fluidised Bed Combustion plants – which an increasing number of companies and utilities are adopting to burn coal and other solid fuels;
  • Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle [IGCC] plant;
  • Other New and Evolving Technologies – including Oxy-fuel Combustion.

Examples of these technologies will be provided for existing and planned power plants in the Asia/Pacific Regions. The course will also thoroughly examine the key markets for coal-fired power plants – particularly China, India and other Asia/Pacific countries. The latest global and regional forecasts for the coal markets and new coal-fired plant will be provided for the period up to and beyond 2020.

Materi Pelatihan Clean Coal Technology

Other key topics and themes that will be examined in detail throughout the course:

Coal-fired power station economics

  • This section will include a detailed review of several key issues:
  • How are project costs developed
  • What are the key issues affecting project costs
  • Examples of capital cost learning curves
  • How coal-fired plants compare to other electricity generation technologies

Technologies to improving coal qualities

This section will examine the technologies available to improve the quality of coal used in power plants.

  • These technologies can range from basic screening and washing of run-of-mine coals – through to advanced coal cleaning techniques.
  • Particular attention will be paid to the technologies available for minimising the
  • high ash content of coals – and also thermal processing/drying of high moisture coals.
  • The markets for these technologies will be examined and technical data for key coal producing regions and markets [such as India and Indonesia] will be provided.

Operational problems at power plants caused by

Coal Qualities

  • The key qualities of coal as a fuel will be examined in detail – together with the

technological options available to minimise these problems.

Coal handling and storage issues

  • What are the key problems with the handling and storage of coal [including

health and safety issues] – and where do they occur in plants.

  • What technologies are available to plant operators to minimise coal handleability and storage problems.

Slagging, fouling and corrosion problems in coal combustion plants

  • This section will examine in detail how serious these issues can become in coal fired plant.
  • The locations in plant will be identified where slagging, fouling and corrosion can occur.
  • In addition, the technologies will be assessed which are currently available to minimise related plant outages and associated operating costs.
  • The latest research findings on these issues will also be presented.

Co-firing plant with biomass and other fuel sources

  • The main drivers behind the use of biomass and other fuels in coal-fired plant.
  • The key technical challenges of handling, storing and utilising biomass and other fuel sources with coal.
  • Best practices will be provided on how to successfully operate these plants.
  • Recent incidents at power plants co-firing with biomass – such as fires – will be examined in detail.

Emissions from power plants

  • What are the key challenges for coal-fired plant operators? Emissions can have local, regional or global impacts.
  • Stricter national and international emission standards are envisaged for the key emissions from coal-fired plant.

Particulate emissions from coal-fired plants

  • Impacts of particulate emissions from coal-fired power plant.
  • The technologies employed to minimise particulate emissions will be examined in detail – including electrostatic precipitators; fabric filtration systems; cyclones and mechanical/inertial collecting systems; plus other systems employed by international plant operators.

Sulphur dioxide [SO2] emissions from coal-fired plant

  • Environmental impacts of S02 emissions – including acid deposition.
  • Main types of flue gas desulphurisation [FGD] technologies currently in use globally.
  • Costs of FGD technologies.
  • Other technologies and options available to minimise SO2 emissions – including: use of low sulphur coal, use of additives in boiler systems, plus fuel switching.

Reduction of Nitrogen Oxides [NOx]

Emission levels from existing and planned coal-fired plant – and which technological options are available to reduce them – including:

  • Low NOx burners
  • Over Fire Air + Reburn technologies
  • Selective Catalytic Reduction [SCR]
  • Selective Non-Catalytic Reduction [SNCR]

Short Review of the key issues concerning Carbon Dioxide [CO2] Emissions from coal-fired plant

  • CO2 emission levels from different types of coal-fired plant – plus comparisons with gas-fired plant and other generation technologies.
  • Options for reducing CO2 emissions – including Carbon Capture and Storage [CCS] technologies will be briefly outlined.

Other harmful emissions from coal-fired plant

  • These emissions include Mercury compounds.
  • International emission regulations covering these emissions will be examined.
  • The technological options for capturing these emissions from the flue gas/waste streams will be reviewed.

Waste disposal issues

  • The main types/volumes of solid and liquid wastes produced by coal-fired plants will be examined in detail.
  • Case studies will show how these waste material streams can be disposed of safely – or sold as useful by-products.

Opportunities for further improvement in the operation of coal-fired power plants

  • The new generation of coal-fired power plants are adopting computer models,

Opportunities for further improvement in the operation of coal-fired power plants

  • The new generation of coal-fired power plants are adopting computer models, expert systems and advanced operating systems. They are an essential component of clean coal technologies.

These systems and products will be described in detail – with case studies – and background information about the companies developing and marketing the systems. Available data on potential cost savings to plant operators will be provided.

Instruktur Pelatihan Clean Coal Technology

  • Dr. Edy Nursanto, ST. MT.
  • Inmarlianto, ST., MT

Peserta Pelatihan Clean Coal Technology

This course is broad based to give you an insight into the exciting new developments that are currently shaping the coal and power generation industries and markets. The following professionals from utilities companies, coal producers, coal technologies companies, consultancies, regulators, financial institutions and governments will find this training course useful:

  • Power Engineering Professionals
  • Energy R & D Executives
  • Process Engineers
  • Environmental Managers
  • Attorneys/General/Senior Counsel
  • Executives in Emissions and Clean Air Initiatives
  • Plant Developers and Project Managers
  • Coal Mining Executives
  • Asset Management and Risk Managers
  • EPCIC Executives
  • Community and Governmental Affairs
  • New investment or capital funding executives

Waktu dan Tempat Pelatihan Clean Coal Technology

Tanggal :

  • 6-8 November 2018
  • 4-6 Desember 2018

Waktu   : 08.00 – 16.00 WIB

Lokasi   : Neo Maliobro Hotel Yogyakarta

In House Training: Depend on request

Fasilitas Pelatihan Clean Coal Technology

  1. Convenience meeting room
  2. Airport pick up and drop service
  3. Transportation during training
  4. Training Kit
  5. 2x coffee break & lunch
  6. Hard & soft copy handout (USB flashdisk)
  7. Souvenir
  8. Certificate

Biaya Pelatihan Clean Coal Technology

IDR 6.500.000,-/participant. (non residensial)







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