Academic Network - 2012

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4th GERG Academic Network Event, Brussels
14-15 Jun 2012

     
 

1st Announcement

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Programme

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Press Release

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  Opening      
 

Opening by GERG Vice-President
A. Gutierrez, Naturgas Energia, Spain

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  Session 1 : Gas Fundamentals      
 

Electrochemical sensor for the measurement of the biogas and
the natural gas quality
L Rojo, University of Navarre, Spain

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  Trace gas analysis in biomass gasification
H Grosch, DTU, Denmark
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Experimental studies of solubility of elemental sulphur in natural gas
E Cloarec, Procédés (LaTEP), Université de Pau, France

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Catalytic reactors for DME and Fischer-Tropsch biofuels synthesis
I Resa, Brunel University, UK

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  Session 2 : Natural Gas Transmission & Storage      
 

Software-based pipeline leak detection
L Kotynski, Warsaw University of Technology, Poland

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Accuracy of 1D models used to simulate transport of Natural Gas
J F Helgaker, NTNU, Norway

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Intensified technology for distributed hydrogen production for filling stations
M Jayamurthy, Brunel University, UK

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ATAP, design of a device for dynamic and static petrophysical studies of interaction between rock-brine-supercritical CO2 (SCCO2) in deep saline aquifer
L Valle, Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain

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  Session 3 : Other R&D
     
 

Burning computer cycles for more and better biogas
S Warris, Hanze University, Netherlands

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  The synergy & mutualistic symbiosis of (bio)gas co-benefits & co-dependence between biogas production & the incumbent gas supply chain
T Cayford, TU Delft, Netherlands
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A sketchbook
T Cayford, TU Delft, Netherlands

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  Shale gas in the UK – Evaluation of the gas potential of the Holywell Shale, North East Wales
L P Newport, Durham University, UK
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Hydrate phase equilibria predictions using the GERG-2004 equation of state
A Jäger, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany

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  Session 4 : Natural Gas Utilisation      
 

MEU – An energy management and planning platform for cities
J Rager, ETH Lausanne, Schweiz

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  Modelization regarding the market forecasting of the domestic natural
gas consumption
V de Prado Acuñas, University of the Basque Country, Spain
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  Flame stability of ultra-lean methane and synthesis-gas combustion in inert porous burners
S Voss, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany
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Improvements in biogas reforming processes through process intensification using microreactors for hydrogen production
U Izquierdo, School of Engineering, Bilbao, Spain

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  Session 5 : Natural Gas Distribution
     
 

Development of a tool that supports the design process of biomethane supply chains
T Weidenaar, University of Twente, Netherlands

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H2S addition effect on hydrogen production from methane
E Acha, Engineering School of Bilbao, Spain

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  Towards the modeling of natural gas systems containing water and selected chemicals: the first steps
E K Karakatsani, DTU, Denmark
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  3D Finite element simulation of the electrofusion process of polyethylene fittings
Z Chebbo, Mines ParisTech (CEMEF), France
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  Closing Paper      
 

P2G - Power to Gas
F Gröschl, DVGW, Germany

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