Programme of seminar “Real-world emissions from residential wood combustion” held in Copenhagen, December 3, 2015.
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9:40 Introduction: Challenges in going from test bench results to emissions in the real world. Helge Rørdam Olesen, DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy at Aarhus University, Denmark.
10:00 Residential wood combustion – Influencing factors of real life behaviour. Hans Hartmann, Technology and Support Centre of Renewable Raw Materials, Germany
11:20 Wood-burning stoves in buildings worldwide. The global challenge and development of local measures that can help to reduce real-world emissions. Ricardo de Carvalho, SBI/Aalborg University, Energy and Environment, Denmark.
11:50 Quantification of hazardous emissions from residential solid fuel burning appliances. Morten Seljeskog, SINTEF, Norway
13:10 Mapping emissions from residential wood combustion in Denmark. Marlene Plejdrup, DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy at Aarhus University, Denmark.
13:30 Quantifying residential wood combustion through measurements in ambient air. Jacob Klenø Nøjgaard, DCE – Danish Centre for Environment and Energy at Aarhus University, Denmark.
13:50 Emissions measurement from older owner fired wood stoves in residential houses. Ole Schleicher, Force Technology, Denmark.
14:10 Nordic wood burning stoves and the Ecodesign regulation. Jes Sig Andersen, Technological Institute, Denmark.
15:00 Potential for improvement of combustion conditions in practice. Morten Bjørklund, chimney sweeper and BlueChimney, Fredensborg and Pauli Joensen, BlueChimney, Denmark.
15:20 Intelligent Heat System – high-energy efficient wood stoves with low emissions. Jytte Illerup, Technical University of Denmark, Department of Chemical Engineering, Denmark.
15:40 Improving user behaviour through smart technology. Christian Skovbo, Aduro, Denmark.
16:00 Discussion: Research required! Which actions can be taken?
16:30 End of seminar