DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH
Biochemical Conversion Department
Torgauer Straße 116
Dr.-Ing. Steffi Theurich – project leader
Telephone: +49-(0)341-2434 360
Dipl.-Ing. Kerstin Wurdinger
Telephone: +49-(0)341 2434-351
Dipl.-Ing. Christian Schraube – direct contact person / project coordinator
Telephone: +49-(0)721-6105 1339
Dipl.-Ing. Christoph Kändler
Telephone: +49-(0)721-6105 1716
Telephone: (+49) 39002 81158
Plant level: plant modules/system components, retrofitting existing plants
Concept level: information concepts
Data level: method (analytical/process descriptive etc.)
Publications: guidelines and manuals, scientific paper (ISI, peer-reviewed)
The project IdDiaPro focuses on methods for diagnosing and predicting non-nominal operating conditions in biomass-based supply systems.
The short project IdDiaPro is concerned with the automatic analysis and evaluation of the operation by (i) model-based analysis methods, (ii) signal-based analysis methods, (iii) machine learning methods and possible combinations of them. As a result, the approaches and the concepts, which are developed, can potentially be implemented in existing plants via information and communication technologies in order to detect non-nominal operation and anticipate future operation.
In the IdDiaPro project, the DBFZ is responsible for the coordination of the project. Further important tasks are the analysis of fuel-based problems, the assignment of methods to the problem analysis with the focus on model-based and machine-learning methods as well as the final evaluation of the identified solution approaches. The DBFZ takes over the main responsibility for the exploitation of the project results.
In the IdDiaPro project, EIFER supports the coordination of the project and ensures a close and regular exchange. Further important tasks are the analysis of plant-based problems, the assignment of methods to the problem analysis with the focus on signal-based and model-based methods as well as the final evaluation of the identified solution approaches. EIFER supports the exploitation of the project results.