Winners of Papers of the Year Announced at Power Generation Week


By Tim Miser

Winners of Papers of the Year Announced at Power Generation Week

The winners of the 2016 Papers of the Year awards were announced during Tuesday morning’s Keynote Session at Power Generation Week in Orlando.

Scholarly papers are the lifeblood of Power Generation Week, serving as the backbone on which conference sessions are constructed. They represent the primary mode through which experts can share their knowledge with peers in the wider industry.

Each year, editors at the show choose award winners from the events that comprise the conference, including: POWER-GEN International, NUCLEAR POWER International, Renewable Energy World International, and COAL-GEN.

This year’s award winners are:

POWER-GEN International

“Recent Spray Dryer/Fabric Filter Installations: Successes, Challenges, and Lessons Learned”

By Joseph Klobucar and Brian Barth, HDR; Jeff Hoefer, IPL/Alliant Energy; and Robert Newell, WPL/Alliant Energy

NUCLEAR POWER International

“Simulation of the TD-AFWPS Performance for the Korean APR1400 During SBO Using Mars Code”

By Islam Sabry Elaswakh, SJ Oh and, Shiran Taher; Kepco International Nuclear Graduate School

Renewable Energy World International

“Flexibility Options for Integration of Solar Energy”

By Paul Denholm and Matt O’Connell, National Renewable Energy Laboratory


“U.S. EPA’s Final CCR Rule: Using Advanced Techniques to Assess Groundwater Quality Signatures Associated with Coal Combustion Residuals”

By Andrew E. Ashton and Charles A. Corcetti, Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc.; and Justin Jent and John Massey-Norton, American Electric Power

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