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
    1
    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