Oxsensis to host workshop on instrumentation demands for hydrogen and bio-fuels
Oxsensis are pleased to host a workshop with EVI GTI on instrumentation demands for hydrogen and bio-fuels, a critical and topical subject for the Gas Turbine Instrumentation Community
On-Line 6 May 2021, 12:00 – 17:00 CET
- The operational context of changes to the fuel mix
- The combustion challenges
- Control system challenges
- Retro-fit challenges
- Applicable sensing technologies
- Remaining gaps – Discussion around the remaining capability gaps and action needed to overcome them.
It is now certain that the next decade will see significant changes in the fuel mix for gas turbines in aerospace, marine and power-generation. This is likely to see a complex mix of bio-derived hydrocarbon fuels, and energy vectors such as hydrogen and ammonia. All of these, alone or in combination, carry different burning properties and challenges for combustor design and operation. Advanced instrumentation will have a key role in optimising, controlling, and monitoring the combustion process. However, the instrumentation that will be key to delivering this capability reliably and efficiently, is not yet clear. There is an urgent need to identify potential requirements flowing from the flame physics, and to ensure that the instrumentation supply base is aligned to respond as needed.
Whether you are designing control and monitoring systems for Gas-Turbines; designing Instrumentation for this market; or a researcher working in this area. This is the event for you.
This topic is going to be very important for the Gas Turbine community and its instrumentation supply chain, so please consider getting involved.
If you are interested in getting involved or would like to know more, feel free to get in touch with Oxsensis or follow the below link to our partners, EVI GTI.