Chemical Processes, Materials and Process Engineering in Power Plants
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R & D Projects

CheMin does not consider itself a research institute. However, our participation in research projects, which are partially financed by the public sector, enables us to build bridges between research and industry.

Our engagement in research work supports our objective of establishing expertise as well as fostering innovation and the transfer of knowledge. Our dialogue with young researchers and committed university lecturers is an enriching experience for us.

The proceeds from the selling or licensing of patents, which have developed out of R&D projects, are to support a “perpetuum mobile”. As a necessary supplement to available research funds, these proceeds are used to co-finance new research projects.

We handle projects assigned to us by industry in the same manner, however, without disclosing any customer or content.

In the following, publicly funded R&D projects are listed in which CheMin is/was directly involved.

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Increase in the Energy Efficiency of Power Plants fired by Non-Conventional Fuels through Radiant Superheaters in the 1. Pass

Projektstart:

Juni 2011

Laufzeit:

Juni 2011 - September 2014

Projektleiter:

bifa Umweltinstitut GmbH

Projektpartner:

CheMin GmbH, Jünger + Gräter GmbH, Martin GmbH, MVA

Finanzierung:

Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Umwelt und Gesundheit

Method of Characterising Biomass Fuels with Regard to their Corrosion Potential

Projektstart:

September 2010

Laufzeit:

September 2010 - September 2013

Projektleiter:

CheMin GmbH

Projektpartner:

CheMin GmbH, TU-Dresden, MVV O&M GmbH, Energieversorgung Offenbach, Martin GmbH

Finanzierung:

Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU)

Corrosion Protection in Boilers by Means of Melt-Infiltrated Silicon Carbide Ceramics

Projektstart:

März 2007

Laufzeit:

März 2007 - Februar 2010

Projektleiter:

SGL-Carbon

Projektpartner:

CheMin GmbH, AVA Augsburg, FH Augsburg, BiFA

Finanzierung:

Bayerische Forschungsstiftung

Design of a Measurement System for Online-Detection of the Heat Flux on Membrane Walls of Boilers in Biomass Incineration Plants to Record a Decrease in Plant Efficiency due to Corrosion and Fouling

Projektstart:

Januar 2006

Laufzeit:

Januar 2006 - Dezember 2008

Projektleiter:

CheMin GmbH

Projektpartner:

Bauhaus Universität Weimar, LVU

Finanzierung:

Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt

Final Report L24 – Hydrogen Formation Potential of Fly Ash in Thermal Waste Treatment Plants

Datum der Veröffentlichung:

Juli 2005

Auftraggeber:

Bayerisches Landesamt für Umweltschutz

Auftragnehmer:

Zweckverband Müllverwertung Schwandorf (ZMS
Alustr. 7
92421 Schwandorf

Projektleiter:

Dr. Jörg Metschke (MSB)

Bearbeiter:

Dr. Gabriele Magel
Dr. Wolfgang Spiegel

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