Fluidized Bed Conversion (FBC TCP)

The FBC TCP aims to support dissemination of research results on fluidized bed conversion technology, thereby advancing the knowledge of national experts and industry professionals. 

The world's first 600 MW circulating fluidized bed plant (Baima, China).*


  • Co-firing and ash problems
  • Energy crops and fluidized bed conversion
  • Fluidized bed design aspects
  • Mathematical, three-dimensional modelling
  • Recent trends in participating countries
  • Sewage sludge conversion
  • Fundamentals for design and operation
  • Impact on operation of renewables in energy systems


Contracting Parties: 17

Sponsors: 1



* Graphic courtesy of Research Group, Tsinghua University 

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