Scientific research papers published by members of the FLEXnCONFU consortium

29th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition – 26-29 April 2021

Abstract number: W18679 – ‘Integration of hydrogen and ammonia energy into combined cycles: the FLEXnCONFU project’  – CIRCE – Research Centre for Energy Resources and Consumption

10th International Gas Turbine Conference 2021 – 11-15 October 2021

Paper 62-IGTC21 –  ‘Ammonia Blended Fuels – Energy Solutions For A Green Future’ – Université d’Orléans, Laboratoire PRISME, Cardiff University, College of Physical Sciences and Engineering, Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Université Catholique de Louvain,Baker Hughes, Nuovo Pignone Tecnologie,  Rina Consulting S.p.A

 International Conference on Applied Energy 2021 – 29 Nov – 2 Dec 2021

Paper ID: 0007 – ‘Ammonia/Hydrogen/Methane Characteristic Profiles for Atmospheric Combustion Applications‘ – College of Physical Sciences and Engineering, Cardiff University, UK, PRISMA, University of Orleans, Orleans, France

International Conference on Applied Energy 2021 – 29 Nov – 2 Dec 2021

Paper ID: 108 – ‘Power-to-fuel energy storage systems comparison for Combined Cycles flexibility ‘ – EDP and University of Genoa

ASME TurboExpo 2022 – 13-17 June 2022

Paper GT2022-81838 ‘Thermodynamic Assessment Of The Conversion Of A Typical Ccgt Power Plant To A Fully E-Fuel Fired Unit’ – Engie Laborelec, University of Mons

28 June 2022

DNS Study of Spherically Expanding Premixed Turbulent Ammonia-Hydrogen Flame Kernels, Effect of Equivalence Ratio and Hydrogen Content – Eindhoven University of Technology

Proceedings of ECOS 2022 – The 35th International Conference On Efficiency, Cost, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems
3-7 July 2022

Importing renewable energy to EU via hydrogen vector: Levelized cost of energy assessment‘ – Université Catholique de Louvain, Institute of Mechanics, Materials and Civil Engineering, Engie Laborelec

International Journal of Hydrogen Energy

15 July 2022

Steady state process simulations of a novel containerized power to ammonia concept – Proton Ventures, Technical University of Darmstadt and University of Genoa

Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies SET-2022 – 16-18 August 2022

‘Experimental and numerical comparison of currently available reaction mechanisms for laminar flame speed in hydrogen/ammonia flames‘ – Cardiff University and University of Orleans

 International Conference on Applied Energy 2022 – 8-12 August 2022

Dynamic Simulation of a Novel Small-scale Power to Ammonia Concept‘ – Technical University of Darmstadt, University of Genoa and Proton Ventures

Elsevier – 25 September 2022

Turbulent flame speed and morphology of pure ammonia flames and blends with methane or hydrogen‘ – University Orléans

Journal of Engineering for Gas Turbines and Power – 7 October 2022

“Thermodynamic Assessment of the Conversion of a Typical CCGT Power Plant to a Fully E-Fuel Fired Unit” – ENGIE

Elsevier – 19 October 2022

“Chemiluminescent footprint of premixed ammonia-methane-air swirling flames” – Cardiff University, University Orléans

International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (Elsevier) – 15 December 2022

Combustion performances of premixed ammonia/hydrogen/air laminar and swirling flames for a wide range of equivalence ratios’ – Cardiff University, University Orléans

Special Issue Thermodynamic Analysis in Energy Storage and Conversion Processes, 27 February 2023

“Dynamic Parameter Simulations for a Novel Small-Scale Power-to-Ammonia Concept” – CIRCE, TUDA, UNIGE, Proton Ventures

11th European Combustion Meeting. 26-28 April 2023

Publications can be found in the “Proceedings” section at this link. Pages for each study on FLEXnCONFU are reported below:

  • “Local Curvature of Turbulent Premixed Ammonia and Blends with Methane and Hydrogen Flames in a Spherically Expanding Configuration” (Université d’Orléans) (Pages 1314-1319);
  • “Investigation of the pressure effect onto the NOx emission of a perfectly premixed NH3-H2 flame through the validation of a Thickened Flame Model” (Baker Hughes and Cardiff University) (Pages 2533-2538)
Applications in Energy and Combustion Science, Volume 14, June 2023

“Experimental and numerical comparison of currently available reaction mechanisms for laminar flame speed in 70/30 (%vol.) NH3/H2 flames”  – Cardiff University, Université d’Orléans