Session 09KE1 - Keynote Presentations

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Wednesday April 29, 2009 (8:55 AM - 9:25 AM)

  1. U.S. Department of Energy Office of Nuclear Energy Supercritical CO2 Brayton Cycle Energy Conversion Program
    by Paul Pickard
    Sandia National Laboratories

Wednesday April 29, 2009 (1:00 PM - 2:05 PM)

  1. Overview of Naval Reactors Program Development of the Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Brayton System
    by John Ashcroft, Kenneth Kimball, & Michael Corcoran
    Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory

  2. Summary of Closed Brayton Cycle Development Activities at NASA
    by L. Mason
    NASA Glenn Research Center

Wednesday April 29, 2009 (7:45 PM - 8:15 PM)

  1. Program Overview & Turbomachinery Development for Coal Based Power Systems with Carbon Capture
    by R. Dennis
    National Energy Technology Laboratory

Thursday April 30, 2009 (7:30 AM - 8:25 AM)

  1. Research on the Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Cycles in the Czech Republic
    by Vaclav Dostal & Martin Kulhanek
    Czech Technical University in Prague

  2. Recent Research & Development on the Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Brayton Cycle at Argonne National Laboratory
    by Jim Sienicki1, Anton Moisseytsev1, Dae Cho1, Matthew Thomas2, Rick Vilim1, Yoichi Momozaki1, Steve Lomperski1, & Mitch Farmer1
    1Argonne National Laboratory
    2Kansas State University

Thursday April 30, 2009 (12:45 PM - 1:50 PM)

  1. Experiments on Supercritical Heat Transfer to CO2 in Tubes & Annuli
    by Yoon Y. Bae
    Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI)

  2. Advanced Computational Thermal Studies & Their Assessment for Supercritical-Pressure Reactors (SCRS)
    by D. M. McEligot1, J. Y. Yoo2, J. S. Lee2, E. Laurien3, S. O. Park4, R. H. Pletcher5, B. L. Smith6, P. Vukoslavcevic7, J. M. Wallace8
    Idaho National Laboratory
    2Seoul National University
    3University of Stuttgart
    4Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
    5Iowa State University
    6Utah State University
    7University of Montenegro
    8University of Maryland