Content / Main Topics
- How important is chemistry in the water/steam cycle of any power plant (power generation, process steam suply, industrial power plant, etc.)? Is it just a minor matter, or can it have expensive negative effects?
- Which parameters should be measured? Where, how and why?
- How do I use the chemical data to operate “my” system safely and economically?
- What can happen if chemical parameters go off track and what is the best way to react?
- What damage can be prevented with good instrumentation?
- Different chemical regimes and the corresponding monitoring requirements
- Guidelines for boiler feedwater, boiler water, and steam
- Sampling systems: technical specifications and guidelines (vgbe, IAPWS)
- Analytical methods and analyzers
- degassed conductivity
- dissolved oxygen
- Quality assurance techniques and maintenance planning
- Requirements for the monitoring of the water/steam cycle for power plants
- Requirements for cooling water monitoring
- Data analysis and evaluation as a basis for the chemical diagnosis of the water/steam cycle for power plants
Presentations will be held by Michael Rziha of PPCHEM AG, Switzerland and other well-known experts (to be announced soon).
Details will follow shortly. Stay tuned.
The PCIS Slovakia 2024 will be held at the Falkensteiner Hotel in Bratislava.
Falkensteiner Hotel Bratislava
Pilárikova ulica 5
811 03 Bratislava
Accomodation is not included in the registration fee and participants are kindly asked to book their own hotel.
Early Bird Registration fee (Registrations made before February 23, 2024): 590 EUR
Regular Registration Fee (Registrations made after February 23, 2024): 650 EUR
Included in the registration fee are
- All presentation as a digital (pdf) handout
- additional literature in digital format
- free E-Paper subscription to the PPCHEM Journal for a year
- two lunch buffets, one dinner and coffebreaks inbetween sessions
VAT is not included in these prices. All payments must be made within 30 days from the invoicing date.