1st Workshop on "Raising the Lifetime of Functional Materials for Concentrated Solar Power Technology"
Presentations01 RAISELIFE_Dissemination Workshop Project Overview
02.Research on mirrors at OPAC laboratory
03.R&D Advances in special coatings and testing
04.Light Weight & High Solar Reflectivity Composite Mirrors
05.Assessment of degradation&soiling for solar reflectors
06.Central Receiver Solar Coatings_From R&D to Application
07.Manufacturing of steel and nickel alloy tubes
08. Selective Absorbers for STP plants
09.Oxidation and corrosion resistant coatings with high absorbtance
10.Solar accelerated aging test on different coatings
11.Molten Salt Corrosion Behavior
12.Dynamic and Static Test in Molten Salts
13.Corrosion testing of slurry aluminide coatings in molten nitrates for heat storage CSPs
14.Mechanical tests in liquid molten salts
15.Impact of degradation on system performance
16.Component degradation_how do investors and banks look at it
17. Life Cycle Assessment in CSP plants
18. Influence of Different Absorber Coatings on Efficiency of MSR
A 1-day workshop on Wednesday 17th of May 2017 in Madrid, Spain
We are delighted to offer you the opportunity to attend a one-day workshop and discussion session on the topic of "Raising the Lifetime of Functional Materials for CSP".
The workshop will be held at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid, in Spain on 17th of May 2017.
The RAISELIFE project was funded in the EUs Horizon 2020 program and started in April 2016. The project focusses on raising the lifetime of key functional materials for CSP technologies:
- Protective and anti-soiling coatings for primary reflectors
- Very high-reflective surfaces for heliostats
- High-temperature secondary reflectors
- Receiver coatings
- Corrosion resistant high-temperature metals and coatings for steam and molten salts
The aim of this workshop is to disseminate project results and to bring together the main actors of industry, plant owners and researchers related to the topic of material and component degradation in the CSP field. We hope that you will be able to attend and look forward to your input and views on the challenge of enhancing the lifetime of CSP components.
Further information can be found on the agenda.
To attend, please complete the registration form and send it to Victor Encinas (firstname.lastname@example.org) until the 12th of May 2017. For any questions, please contact Florian Sutter (email@example.com, +34 950 277 684).
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Facultad de Medicina
Pza. Ramón y Cajal, s/n
2nd Workshop on “Raising the Lifetime of Functional Materials for Concentrated Solar Power Technology”
01 RAISELIFE Project Overview
02 RAISELIFE Mirror developments from AGC for the CSP market
03 RAISELIFE Anti corrosion principles of protective paint layers
04 RAISELIFE Erosion of glass mirrors in desert environment
05 RAISELIFE Lifetime prediction of solar reflectors
06 RAISELIFE Corrosion of solar glass reflectors under a coastal climate
07 RAISELIFE Testing sandwich heliostat mirrors
08 RAISELIFE Anti-soiling coating-why and how
09 RAISELFE Durability and efficiency of AS coatigns
10 RAISEIFE High Temperature Silver Coatings for Secondary Reflector Applications
11 RAISELIFE Testing of secundary mirrors
12 RAISELIFE Non-selective absorber coating developments for solar towers2
13 RAISELIFE Optimization of selective Abosorver Coating
14 RAISELIFE Manufacturing process of weld tubes
15 RAISELIFE Durability Testing of 2nd Generation Receiver Coatings
16 RAISELIFE Selective absorber coatings based on carbon nanotubes
17 RAISELIFE Influence of impurities in solar salt
18 RAISELIFE Solubility of pure metals in solar salt
19 RAISELIFE Long term performance of aluminide coatings
20 RAISELIFE Increasing the efficiency of CSP plants
21 RAISELIFE Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy
22 RAISELIFE Material requirements for receiver designs with secondary reflectors
23 RAISELIFE Economic Assessment Degradation
A 1-day workshop on Thursday 28th of November 2019 in Düsseldorf, Germany
The RAISELIFE project was funded in the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme and started in April 2016. The project focuses on the development of materials with increased lifetime and performance for CSP. Novel solutions of the following materials are being developed: 1) protective and anti-soiling coatings for glass reflectors, 2) thin-glass composite reflectors for heliostats, 3) high-temperature secondary reflectors, 4) absorber coatings for tubular solar tower receivers, 5) absorber coatings for non-evacuated line-focus collectors, 6) abrasion resistant anti-reflective coatings for glass envelope tubes, 7) corrosion resistant high-temperature metals and coatings for molten salt. The testing activities involve outdoor exposure and accelerated testing in climate chambers and under concentrated solar radiation. Finally, a techno-economic analysis is conducted using system simulation tools with the aim to determine the economic benefit of the newly developed materials compared to the state of the art.
The second RAISELIFE dissemination workshop will be held at the Vallourec Research Center Germany (VRCG) in Düsseldorf on 28th of November 2019. We are happy to offer you the opportunity to attend.
The aim of this workshop is to disseminate the results after 44 months of project implementation and to present and discuss best practices on degradation monitoring, O&M and economic assessment of material degradation.
Further information can be found on the agenda.
Lunch and refreshments are included. Participation is free of charge.
Vallourec Deutschland GmbH
40472 Düsseldorf-Rath, Germany
Am Röhrenwerk 1 (Tor 5) / At tube factory 1 (gate 5)
Room name: Showroom Büro Nord
The RAISELIFE Project Team