Presentations Wednesday May 17

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1.3 NZEB 2.3 Smart Grids 3.3 Industry 4.3 Sorption Technologies
K.1.3.1 Application of GSHP system in nearly zero energy building (NZEB)
Prof. Wei Xu, Chairman, China Committee of Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning (CCHVAC)
K.2.3.1 Next Generation Heat Pump Systems with Enhanced Smart Grid Response Capability for the United States Market
Dr. Ammi Amarnath, Electric Power Research Institute
K.3.3.1 Flexible heat supply and sustainability
Jan Grift, Senior Energy Analyst, Energy Matters
K.4.3.1 Adsorption Heat Pumps and Chillers – Recent Developments for Materials and Components
Dr. Walter Mittelbach, SorTech AG
O.1.3.1 Field Monitoring of a Nearly Zero Energy Building
Prof. Carsten Wemhoener, HSR Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil
O.2.3.1 Market driven vs. grid supporting heat pump operation in low voltage distribution grids with high heat pump penetration – an Austrian case study
Mr. Matthias Stifter, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology
O.3.3.1 Off-design of high temperature hybrid heat pump
Miss. Karoline Kvalsvik, SINTEF
O.4.3.1 Optimization of solar cooling system in Greek hotel including cooling production and rejection heat recovery
Mr. Michal Bejček, CTU in Prague
O.1.3.2 Developing synergies for automated optimal control of residential heat pumps
Mr. Hussain Kazmi, Enervalis and KU Leuven
O.2.3.2 Flexibility of heat pump pools: The use of SG-Ready from an aggregators perspective
Mr. David Fischer, Fraunhofer – Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE)
O.3.3.2 Theoretical and Experimental Study on High-Temperature Heat Pumps Using a Low GWP Refrigerant
Dr. Choyu Watanabe, Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc.
O.4.3.2 Analysis and testing of a novel double-stage adsorption-compression chiller for industrial application
Dr. Salvatore Vasta, CNR – Istituto di Tecnologie Avanzate per l
O.1.3.3 Investigations of Different Control Strategies for Heat Pump Systems in a Residential nZEB in the Nordic Climate
Mr. John Clauß, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
O.2.3.3 Thermal storage improves flexibility of residential heating systems for smart grids
Dr. Philipp Schütz, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts
O.3.3.3 Thermodynamic Analysis on High Temperature Heat Pump cycles using Low-GWP refrigerants for Heat recovery
Dr. Sho Fukuda, Kyushu University
O.4.3.3 Residential and Commercial Capacity Absorption Heat Pumps for Space and Domestic Water Heating Applications
Mr. Michael Garrabrant, Stone Mountain Technologies, Inc
O.1.3.4 The impact of EU nearly-zero energy building (NZEB) regulations on heating choices in buildings
Mr. Lukas Bergmann, Delta Energy & Environment
O.2.3.4 Flexibility offered by residential floor heating in a smart grid context: the role of heat pumps and renewable energy sources in optimization towards different objectives
Ms. Annelies Vandermeulen, KULeuven
O.3.3.4 Novel Working Fluid, HFO-1336mzz(E), for Use in Waste Heat Recovery Applications
Mr. Jason Juhasz, Chemours Comapny
O.4.3.4 Analysis of a compression-assisted absorption heat transformer
Prof. Baolong Wang, Tsinghua University
1.4 NZEB 2.4 Smart Grids 3.4 Industry 4.4 Sorption Technologies
O.1.4.1 Prototype Air-Source Integrated Heat Pump Field Evaluation Results
Mr. Jeff Munk, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
O.2.4.1 Model predictive HP- and Building control to maximize PV-power on-site use
Mr. Rene Rieberer, Graz University of Technology
O.3.4.1 Development of centrifugal chiller and heat pump using low GWP refrigerant
Mr. Ryosuke Suemitsu, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, LTD.
O.4.4.1 Performance Evaluation of Double-Lift Absorption Heat Transformer for Generation of Steam at 180 °C
Mr. Ryousuke Moriwaki, Waseda University
O.1.4.2 PV and heat pump system with a seasonal storage for NZEB house
Mr. Jan Sedlar, Czech Technical University in Prague
O.2.4.2 Heat pump system control: the potential improvement based on perfect prediction of weather forecast and user occupancy
Dr. Hatef Madani, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
O.3.4.2 Measured performance of a novel high temperature heat pump with HFO-1336mzz(Z) as the working fluid
Mr. Mattias Nilsson, Viking Heat Engines AS
O.4.4.2 Experimental results of an absorption heat transformer
Mr. José Corrales Ciganda, TU Berlin
O.1.4.3 Comfortable and high-efficient desiccant-enhanced direct expansion heat pump
Mr. Yaodong Tu, Shanghai Jiaotong University
O.2.4.3 Home Energy Management Using Retrofit Control Platform
Mr. Edward Vineyard, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
O.3.4.3 Refrigerant Selection and Cycle Development for a High Temperature Vapor Compression Heat Pump
Mr. Heinz Moisi, Graz University of Technology
O.4.4.3 Hybrid Membrane-based Ionic Liquid Absorption Cycle for Water Heating, Dehumidification, and Cooling
Prof. Dr. Saeed Moghaddam, University of Florida
O.1.4.4 Experimental EMS of an ASHP using Load Shifting based on Time-of-Use Pricing in Ontario, Canada
Mr. Aidan Brookson, Ryerson University
O.2.4.4 A fully operational virtual energy storage network providing flexibility for the power system
Dr. Martin Geidl, Swisscom Energy Solutions Ltd
O.3.4.4 Performance analysis of a high-temperature heat pump with ejector based on butane as the refrigerant
Dr. Mirza Popovac, Austrian Institute of Technology
O.4.4.4 Heat recovery in milk powder drying by using a liquid sorption process
Dr. Michel van der Pal, Energieonderzoek Centrum Nederland (ECN)
O.1.4.5 High efficiency heat pumps for low temperature lift applications
Prof. Dr. Beat Wellig, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts – Engineering and Architecture
O.2.4.5 Business Models using the Flexibility of Heat Pumps – A Discourse
Mr. David Fischer, Fraunhofer – Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE)
O.3.4.5 Techno-economic feasibility study of a system for the transfer of refrigeration capacity from LNG regasification plants to industrial assets
Dr. Carlos Infante Ferreira, Delft University of Technology
O.4.4.5 Advanced heat driven hybrid refrigeration and heat pump systems
Dr. Zacharie Tamainot-Telto, University of Warwick
Dutch Innovation Award by Eneco


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1.5 Heat pumps in Residential Buildings 2.5 Combination 3.5 Industry 4.5 Sorption Technologies
K.1.5.1 10 years of heat pumps monitoring in Germany. Outcomes of several monitoring campaigns. From low-energy houses to un-retrofitted single-family dwellings.
Dr. Marek Miara, Fraunhofer – Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE)
K.2.5.1 Residential PV replacements offer an opportunity that heat pumps should not miss
Krystyna Dawson, BSRIA Ltd
K.3.5.1 Rethink Energy in Industrial Heat Pumps NOW!!
Alexander Cohr Pachai, Johnson Controls, UNEP
K.4.5.1 Sustainable data centers and energy conversion technologies
Dr. Bruno Michel, Zürich Research Laboratory, IBM-Research
O.1.5.1 A micro-heat pump combined with mechanical ventilation including heat recovery – simulation and in situ monitoring
Mr. Georgios Dermentzis, University of Innsbruck
O.2.5.1 Smart Building heating, cooling and power generation with solar geothermal combined heat pump system
Prof. Dr. Euy-Joon Lee, Korea Institute of Energy Research
O.3.5.1 Rotation Heat Pump (RHP)
Mr. Franz Rindler, ecop Technologies GmbH
O.4.5.1 Part load performance of gas fired absorption heat pumps
Mr. Paul Schmitt-Gehrke, TU Berlin
O.1.5.2 Inverter Drive Control and Seasonal Performance Analysis of a Single Speed Unitary Air-Source Split-System Heat Pump
Mr. Nicholas Salts, Purdue University
O.2.5.2 Eligibility of a Heat Pump Based on the Primary Energy Factor
Dr. Primož Poredoš, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of mechanical engineering
O.3.5.2 Absorption of CO2-NH3-H2O mixture in mini-channel heat exchangers
Ms. Vilborg Gudjonsdottir, Delft University of Technology
O.4.5.2 Opportunity and challenge of developing a hydrophobic membrane-based compact absorption system
Mr. Sung Joo Hong, The University of Tokyo
O.1.5.3 Low carbon solution for heating and cooling in Multi Family Buildings
Mr. Martin Betz, Glen Dimplex
O.2.5.3 Activated building surfaces for space heating and cooling
Prof. Carsten Wemhoener, HSR Hochschule für Technik Rapperswil
O.3.5.3 Test results R600 pilot heat pump
Mr. Anton Wemmers, Energy Research Center of The Nederlands (ECN)
O.4.5.3 Development of highly performing water-adsorption chiller using new aluminophosphate as water adsorbent
Dr. Kanghee Cho, Korea Institute of Energy Research
O.1.5.4 Comparison of energy performance of simulated and measured hp systems in existing multi-family buildings
Mr. Tuomo Niemelä, Granlund Consulting Oy / Aalto University
O.2.5.4 Performance analysis of a PV driven heat pump system during a heating season in high latitude countries
Prof. Dr. Dorota Chwieduk, Institute of Heat Engineering, Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering, Warsaw University of Technology
O.3.5.4 Turbo-compressors: Prototype tests of mechanical vapour re-compression for steam driers
Dr. Michael Bantle, SINTEF Energy Research
O.4.5.4 Dynamic modelling of an air-cooled LiBr-H2O absorption chiller based on heat and mass transfer empirical correlations
Mr. Joan Farnós, Universitat Polit
1.6 Cold Climates 2.6 District Heating 3.6 Daikin Best Student Award 4.6 Sorption Technologies
O.1.6.1 Turbocompressors for Domestic Heat Pumps – A Critical Review
Prof. Dr. Jürg Schiffmann, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
O.2.6.1 BIG Solar Graz – Results of a techno-economic feasibility study
Mr. Patrick Reiter, S.O.L.I.D., Gesellschaft für Solarinstallation und Design mbH
O.3.6.1 ORC Driven Heat Pump Running on Gas Bearings for Domestic Applications: Proof of Concept and Thermo-Economic Improvement Potential
Ms. Violette Mounier, EPFL
O.4.6.1 Non-intrusive characterization of thermally driven heat pumps
Mr. Oliver Buchin, Technische Universit
O.1.6.2 Study on the Frosting Phenomena between Concavity and Convexity Plate under Forced Convection -Detailed Observation and Analysis of Frost Layer Grouth-
Mr. Kenzo Yasui, Waseda University
O.2.6.2 Practical experience on tendering and contracting heat pumps for district heating
Mr. Bjarke Paaske, PlanEnergi
O.3.6.2 Comfortable and high-efficient desiccant-enhanced direct expansion heat pump
Mr. Yaodong Tu, Shanghai Jiaotong University
O.4.6.2 Liquid Desiccant System Component Models in the Sorption System Simulation Program (SorpSim)
Dr. Kyle Gluesenkamp, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
O.1.6.3 A new method for preventing air-source heat pump and refrigerator from frosting
Dr. Li Zhang, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Japan
O.2.6.3 Novel district heating and cooling energy network using CO2 as a heat and mass transfer fluid
Prof. Dr. Daniel Favrat, Ecole Polytechnique f
O.3.6.3 Different ethyl alcohol secondary fluids used for GSHP in Europe
Miss. Monika Ignatowicz, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
O.4.6.3 Molecular Simulation of NH3/Ionic Liquid Mixtures for Absorption Heat Pump Cycles
Mr. Meng Wang, TU Delft
O.1.6.4 Performance Testing of Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pumps
Mr. Daniel Giguère, Natural Resources Canada, CanmetENERGY
O.2.6.4 Pricing strategies for neutral-temperature district heating and cooling networks based on heat pumps
Dr. Marco Cozzini, EURAC
O.3.6.4 High Temperature Heat Pump Integration using Zeotropic Working Fluids for Spray Drying Facilities
Mr. Benjamin Zühlsdorf, Technical University of Denmark
O.4.6.4 Cycle Simulation and Prototyping of Single-Effect Double-Lift Absorption Chiller
Mr. Tatsuo Fujii, Hitachi, Ltd.
O.3.6.5 Comparison of energy performance of simulated and measured heat pump systems in existing multi-family residential buildings
Mr. Tuomo Niemelä, Granlund Consulting Oy / Aalto University