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Final Program
Title Author Paper #
WEDNESDAY - May 31st      
 
8:30 -9:50 — Session 1A - Plenary Session
Keynote Address np
IEA Energy Conservation Through Energy Storage Implementing Agreement Overview Volkmar Lottner np
Overview of Technology Storage Imre Gyuk np
Sustainable Cooling with Thermal Energy Storage From    IEA ECES Annex 14 to IEA ECES Annex 20 Halime Paksoy np
 
10:15-11:15 — Session 2A - General Overviews
  Promoting TES in Sweden Signhild Gehlin 89
Underground Thermal Energy Storage in Canada Edward Morofsky np
R+D Programme on TES in Germany Astrid Wille 134
     
11:15-12:35 — Session 3A - General And Underground Thermal Energy Storage Overviews
TES in Turkey Hunay Evliya np
ATES market development in the Netherlands  Aart L.Snijders np
Status of underground thermal energy storage in Belgium Johan Desmedt  90
Status of UTES in Norway Kirsti Midttømme np
       
Session 3B - Phase Change Materials /Thermochemical Storage/Solar Overviews
Commerialization of TES in USA Mark MacCracken np
Thermal Energy Storage in Spain Luisa Cabeza np
Application of Ice Storage in  China Zhao Xiaoyu 109
Thermal Energy Storage in Poland Roman Domanski np
   
12:35-2:25 — Session 4A - Lunch and Posters: Topics in Underground Thermal Energy Storage
Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage: Projects Implemented in Germany   Peter Seibt 14
Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage Application in Greenhouse climatisation  Bekir Turgut 16
Enhanced Heat Transfer for Vertical Borehole Heat Exchange  withdrawn 18
  Modeling of Vertical Ground Loop Heat Exchangers with variable convective Resistance and Thermal Mass of the Fluid  Xiaowei Xu 21
Thermal Response test while drilling  Anna-Maria Gustafsson 125
Impact of Thermal Buildup on Groundwater Chemistry and Aquifer Microbes Karen York 150
The Continued Warming of the Geothermal Well Field at Richard Stockton College: A Ten Year Study Louise Sowers 151
     
Session 4B - Lunch and Posters:  Phase Change Materials / Thermochemical Storage/Solar 
Research on Thermal Storage using Rock Wool PCM Ceiling Board. Takeshi Kondo  25
A study on a practical measurement of thermal characteristics phase change materials for building use.   Motoi Yamaha 30
Mixing Model for Thermal Energy Storage Water Tank of Multi-connected Mixing Type  Hiroaki Kitano 49
Stabilization of Glauber’s salt with Support Materials and Using as Phase Change Material Ozgul Gok 54
Experimental Investigation of the pressure drop of clathrate hydrates slurry flow of tetra butyl ammonium bromide in straight pipes  Rui Xiao 61
A novel design of heat sink with PCM for electronics cooling. Maciej Jaworski  62
Ventilation Performance if Solar Chimney with Built-in Latent Heat Storage Yutaka Kaneko  102
Heat storage systems for use in an industrial batch process: results of a case study, Robert de Boer 114
12:25-4:05 — Session 5A - Underground Thermal Energy Storage Overviews
Experiences with ATES applications in Flanders Hans Hoes 8
The application of Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage to a city centre carbon emissions reduction programme at  the South Kensington Cultural and Academic Estate, London, England  R. Shennan 87
10 years VDI Manfred Reuss 93
Practice and Task Developing Underground Thermal Energy Storage in China  Withdrawn 35
       
Session 5B - Phase Change Material
TES in Japan Tadahiko Ibamoto np
Overview of thermochemical storage Andreas Hauer  np
Ice Thermal Storage and LEED Gold Mark MacCracken 137
IEA solar heating and cooling program task 32 Jean-Christophe Hardorn  132
   
4:20-6:00 — Session 6A - Underground Thermal Energy Storage 
Effective Thermal Conductivity of the Insulation of High Temperature Underground Thermal Stores during Operation,  Fabian Ochs  13
  PE-X Borehole heat Exchangers for High Temperature UTES Applications William Johansen, 17
The Role of Thermal Energy Storage Systems in sustainable Development  Ibrahim Dincer 88
PREHEAT: policy reinforcement for heat storage technologies in Europe Wim van Helden 96
       
Session 6B - Solar Applications
Monitoring results and operational experiences for a central
solar district heating system with Borehole Thermal Energy Store in
Neckarsulm (Germany)
Janet Nussbicker  105
  Solar District Heating and Seasonal Storage in Attenkirchen Manfred Reuss 106
Experimental Investigation on a Combined Sensible and Latent Heat Storage Unit Integrated with Solar Water Heating System R Velraj  107
First Large-Scale Solar Seasonal BTES in Canada  W.P. Wong  108
       
THURSDAY June 1st
         
8:30 -10:10 — Session 7A - Underground Thermal Energy Storage- Borehole Performance
Experiment and Numerical Analysis of the DiscontinuousOperation for Ground Heat Exchangers  Withdrawn 19
Developing Work onGround Heat Exchangers Peter Platell  23
Study on GHP System with a Vertical Earth Heat Exchanger: Development and Validation of Numerical Models for Geo Exchangers  G. Yoon  46
Thermal Response Test - Power Injection dependance

Anna-Maria Gustafsson

124

 

 

   
Session 7B - TES sytems
Thermal Wind Solar power plant as a solution of the energy security supply problem on islands Ruy Spencer 5
Study on a Floor Supply Air Conditioning System with Thermal Energy Storage using Granulated PCM Sayaka Takeda  26
Energy Management of a Chilled Water Plant Using Thermal Storage Stephane Bilodeau 141
Practical Developments in Sensible Heat, Diurnal Cool Thermal Energy Storage (TES): Large Applications, Low Temps, Energy Efficiency, and Operating plus Capital Savings John S. Andrepont  110
   
10:35 -12:15 — Session 8A - Underground Thermal Energy Storage -  Performance
Several Examples of UTES in the US Lynn Stiles 152
Thermal study of a large ground heat exchanger facility in clay soil in a cold weather environment of Northern USA Gopal Bandyopadhyay  122
Heat transfer experiment in the ground with ground water advection Takao Katsura  126
OPEN    
       
Session 8B - Phase Change Materials 
PCM-Graphite Composites for High Temperature Thermal Energy Storage Thomas Bauer  53
Phase Change Slurries as heat transfer and storage fluids for cooling applications Stefan Gschwander 55
Binary mixtures of fatty acids with sodium acetate trihydrate to be used as PCM Mushin Mazman  58
OPEN    
         
12:15-2:15 — Session 9A - Lunch and Posters: Underground Thermal Energy Storage
Basalt as grouting material for BTES Yilman Metin Ozer 22
Case study of a BTES and energy piles application in a hospital Johan Desmedt  32
A design and performance prediction of the ground source heat pump system at Soen campus of Sapporo City University Katsunori Nagano 45
Evaluation of Underground Energy Storage Performances in Belgium F. Anciaux  104
UTES Potential for space heating and cooling in Libya M Grein 135
Enhancement of an Integrated Simulation Tool for Ground Soure Heat Pump Systems Xiaobing Liu  140
First Thermal Response Tests for BTES applications in Flanders Hans Hoes 123
       
Session 9B - Lunch and Posters: Phase Change Materials / Thermochemical Storage/ Solar
Snow Melting Performance of Ground Snow Melting Tank Sayaka Takeda  3
Phase Change Material Based Thermal Storage for Energy Conservation in Building Architecture” R. Velraj  29
Our Research on Shape-Stabilized PCM in Energy Efficient Buildings Y Zhang 31
Optimal design of chiller units and cold water storages for district cooling systems. Thorsten Urbaneck  51
Numerical simulation of the thermal behaviour of an energy storage unit with phase change materials for free-cooling systems"  Pablo Dolado  68
The Economic and Environmental Benefits of Diurnal Cool Storage for Universities of the PJM System Hector Suarez   91
Adsorption speed and mass transfer zone analysis of water vapour on the solid sorbent materials zeolite and silicagel with the focus on the heat exchanger design. Paul Gantenbein  99
Use of vertical fins in PCM modules for Domestic Hot Water Tanks Albert Castell 113
A practical study on application of the commissioning to DHC in operation and maintenance stage Masashi Momota 120
PCM-Enhanced Cellulose Insulation
Thermal Mass in Lightweight Natural Fibers
Jan Kosny 136
2:15-3:35 — Session 10A - Underground Thermal Energy Storage- Borehole Performance
Development of Numerical Model to Predict Heat Extraction and
Injection Rate of Ground Heat Exchanger
Suckho Hwang 65
Quality Requirements of a Thermal Response Test Manfred Reuss 127
Geothermal Response Tests Using Controlled Multi-Power Level Heating and Cooling Pulses  (MPL-HCP): Quantifying Ground Water Effects on Heat Transport Around a BHX   HJL Witte 128
Borehole Sealing in a Coaxial Heat Exchanger by Bentonite Treatment Frank Cruickshanks  133
       
Session 10B - Water and Ice Storage
Snow Cooling in Sweden Kjell Skogsberg 4
Chilled Water System Upgrades: Princeton's Thermal Energy Storage System-Wide Improvements  Ted Borer  48
Methodologies of on-going commissioning for an existing building with VRV
ice thermal storage systems
Ken Sekiyama 52
Distributeed High Capacity Cold Storage in District Cooling Systems Viktoria Martin 119
         
4:20-6:00 — Session 11A - Underground Thermal Energy Storage- SCW and Foundation HX
Modeling of Standing Column Wells in Ground Source Heat Pump Systems Zheng D. O'Neill   20
Study of geothermal seasonal cooling storage system with energy piles M.M. He   33
The Development of Geothermal Ground Source Heat Pump with  Ground Heat Exchanger utilizing Building's Cast-in-place Concrete Pile Foundations of Buildings Ryozo Ooka 34
Thermal energy storage in office building foundations Herdis Schnürer 38
       
Session 11B - Ice Storage and Modeling of Thermal Energy Storageng
Economic energetic and exergetic study of a water tank including PCM modules inside Cristian Sole 121
Determination of the heat storage capacity of PCM and PCM-objects as a function of temperature Eva Günther  56
Extension of a TRNSYS model for latent heat storage with phase change materials used in solar water tank.  Jacques Bony  67
Validation of a TRNSYS simulation model for PCM energy storages and
PCM wall construction elements
H. Schranzhofer 70
       
FRIDAY June 2nd
         
8:30-10:10 — Session 12A - Geothermal Systems
Canada’s Largest BTES System: 74,000 m Borehole Field Brian Beatty  39
A Ground source energy plant for the new assembly for Wales AJ van Gelder 42
A Very Large Distributed Ground Source Heat Pump Project of Domestic heating: Schoenmakershoek, Etten-Leur (The Netherlands)  HJL Witte  47
Comparative energy performance between a geothermal heat pump system and an air-to-water heat pump system for heating and cooling in typical conditions of the European Mediterranean coast Mario Zacarés  66
       
Session 12B - Transportation of Energygy by Utilization of Thermal Energy Storage Technology – Annex 18
Fundamental Study on “Thermal transportation system using ice & water by one-pipe loop system” Takumo Miyanaga 0
Thermal Energy Transport and Storage with
Multi-Functional Fluids: The Effective Thermal Conductivity

Christel    Martin-Drezet

72
Cost-effectiveness of a heat energy distribution system based on mobile storage units: Two case studies Georg Storch  73
Application of Phase Change Materials and PCM slurries for thermal energy storage Andreas Heinz  116
         
10:35-12:35 — Session 13A - Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage
Two-Year Operational Experience in the Storage of Surplus Heat Arising from a Gas and Steam Cogeneration Plant in the Aquifer at the Site of Neubrandenburg (NE Germany) Frank Kabus  9
Usage of the chalk aquifer in central London for a proposed open cooling system withdrawn 11
  Clogging of recharge wells in porous materials Nick Buik 7
Soil/Water Pit Heat Store with Direct Charging System Fabian Ochs  12
OPEN    
       
Session 13B - Thermochemical Storage
Thermo-Chemical Storage for
Solar Space Heating in a Single-Family House
Dagmar Jaehnig 100
Optimization of thermochemical storage by dealumination of zeolitic storage materials Jochen Jänchen  101
Thermochemical Storage for Air-Conditioning
Using Open Cycle Liquid Desiccant Technology
Astrid Hublitz 115
Thermal Storage Using the Thermo-Chemical Accumulator Chris Bales  111
Packed Bed Reactor Demonstration of Magnesium Oxide/Water Chemical Heat Pump Yukitaka Kato  117
         
2:35-3:55 — Session 14A - Underground Thermal Energy Storage
Feasibilty study of snow melting system using ground thermal energy in Japan Katsunori Nagano 2
New Steps in Seasonal Thermal Energy Storage in Germany Dirk Mangold 103
Using Solar Energy to Maximize the Efficency of Geothermal Heat Pumps William Fitch  98
Ground-source heating and cooling - A significant contribute to CO2 reduction in Sweden Olof Andersson 153
       
Session 14B - Phase Change Materials
Microencapsulated PCM for Buildings Application C. Castellon 24
Energy Efficient Thermal Energy Storage for DX Air Conditioning Brian Parsonnet.  50
Thermal Mass Building Solutions Raymond Johnson 142
Latent Heat Storage for process heat application Jochen Buschle  112
         
4:20-6:00 — Session 15A - Underground Thermal Energy Storage- General
Development of a design and performance prediction tool for the ground source heat pump system Takao Katsura  44
CFD-Based Characterization and Design of Hot Water Seasonal Heat Stores  Varghese Panthalookaran 64
Thermal Response Teest While Drilling Bo Nordell 155
OPEN
       
Session 15B - Phase Change Materials 
Heat Transfer modeling within graphite/PCM compounds for high temperature storage Vincent Morrison 138
Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials as a cold storage Peter Schossig 59
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