Project meeting of STEP at the site of the company ATS - Agro Trading & Solutions in Hardegsen (Photo: DBFZ)

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Project ID 03KB141

Biomassteg - Development and testing of the coupled electric power and heat production by using biomass and thermoelectric generators

Duration

  • 01.08.2018 – 31.07.2021

Contact

University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf
Faculty of Mechanical and Process Engineering
Münsterstraße 156
40476 Düsseldorf

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ali Cemal Benim – project leader
Telephone: +49 (0)211 4351 3504
E-mail: alicemal.benim‍@‍hs-duesseldorf.de

Björn Pfeiffelmann – project coordinator
Telephone: +49 (0)211 4351 3509
E-mail: bjoern.pfeiffelmann‍@‍hs-duesseldorf.de

Michael Diederich – further contact person
Telephone: +49 (0)211 4351 3508
E-mail: michael.diederich‍@‍hs-duesseldorf.de

Partner

03KB141B - Endress Holzfeuerungsanlagen GmbH

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Results

Scientific paper: 

Pfeiffelmann B, Diederich M, Gül F, Benim AC, Heese M, Hamberger A (2020): Computational and Experimental Investigation of an Industrial Biomass Furnace, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/ceat.201900637

03KB141 BIOMASSTEG (Source: DBFZ)

Topic

There is a need for heat and electric power in the medium-sized wood processing industry and craft companies. The need for heat is already covered by the use of biomass residues and waste materials generated there. Due to the year-round production, a much higher fuel supply is often available and must therefore be removed in a costly, non-ecological and uneconomical manner. This overcapacity will be used, in the present project, to generate electric power by implementing thermoelectric generators (TEG) in a biomass boiler so that a contribution to the electric power demand of the company is supplied.

Aim

In order to cover the heat and electric power needs of wood processing companies, a biomass boiler (1. BImSchV) will be enhanced, which also provides electric power and goes beyond the production of heat. For this purpose, thermoelectric generators are used and a demonstration boiler is developed, constructed and measured.

Measures

University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf

  • Numerical analysis of a current boiler and validation with measurement results
  • Development of the power generation system by using synergy effects, such as reduction of pollutant emissions
  • Extension of the operating time by integrating an adsorption/absorption chiller

Endress Holzfeuerungsanlagen GmbH

  • Integration of the thermoelectric generators in an existing biomass boiler concept
  • Design and construction of the demonstration boiler

Focus

University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf

  • Modelling and simulation
  • Development of the power generation system

Endress Holzfeuerungsanlagen GmbH

  • Design of the demonstrator
  • Construction of the demonstrator

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