Maximilian Dammann, M.Sc.

  • Engler-Bunte-Institut, EBI ceb
    Chemische Energieträger – Brennstofftechnologie

    Engler-Bunte-Ring 1
    76131 Karlsruhe

Numerical Modelling and Simulation of High Temperature Processes

Temperatur- und Strömungsverteilung in bioliq EFG Maximilian Dammann, M.Sc.
Temperature and flow field distribution in bioliq EFG
Validierung der numerischen Ergebnisse mit experimentellen Ergebnissen Maximilian Dammann, M.Sc.
Temperature and dry volume distribution in REGA at a burner distance of 680 mm and for two operating conditions including validation of two developed global reaction mechanisms for the gasification of ethylene glycol (HVI1 and eJL)

The Research on numerical modelling and simulation has become an important element for developing of validated models and for the design and the scale-up of reactors. In collaboration with the Institute for Technical Chemistry (ITC vgt) at Karlsruhe Institute for Technology and the Institute for Energy Process Engineering and Fuel Technology (IEVB) at Clausthal University of Technology, in particular, we are investigating and improving the description of sub-processes in entrained flow gasification :

  • vaporisation of liquid biomass fuels,
  • decomposition and heterogeneous gasification of both liquid and solid biomass fuels,
  • homogeneous gasification,
  • radiation,
  • slagging.

Using numerical models of an atmospheric entrained flow gasifier (REGA) and of a high-pressurised entrained flow gasifier (bioliq EFG), we are testing and validating new models for entrained flow gasification of biomass fuels.

Research topics

  • Numerical modelling and simulation of gasification processes in entrained flow gasifiers
  • Numerical modelling and simulation of steady-state and transient slagging
  • Numerical modelling and simulation of radiation using LBL, WSGGM and Mie theory
  • Numerical modelling and simulation of heterogeneous gasification reactions
  • Numerical modelling and simulation of combustion processes in high pressure combustion chambers using hydrogen

Publications


Entrained flow gasification: mathematical modelling based on RANS for design and scale-up.
Dammann, M.; Mancini, M.; Weber, R.; Kolb, T.
2021. 30. Deutscher Flammentag / Deutsche Sektion des Combustion Institutes und DVV/VDI-Gesellschaft Energie und Umwelt. Hrsg.: F. Dinkelacker, Deutsche Vereinigung für Verbrennungsforschung e.V
Entrained flow gasification: mathematical modelling based on RANS for design and scale-up.
Dammann, M.; Mancini, M.; Weber, R.; Kolb, T.
2021, September 28. 30. Deutscher Flammentag (2021), Hanover, Germany, September 28–29, 2021
Entrained flow gasification: experiments and mathematical modelling based on RANS.
Dammann, M.; Mancini, M.; Fleck, S.; Weber, R.; Kolb, T.
2019. Deutschen Sektion des Combustion Institutes und der Deutschen Vereinigung für Verbrennungsforschung unter Mitträgerschaft der VDI-Gesellschaft Energie und Umwelt
Entrained Flow Gasification: Experiments and Mathematical Modelling Based on RANS.
Dammann, M.; Mancini, M.; Fleck, S.; Weber, R.; Kolb, T.
2018, May 23. Joint Meeting of the German and Italian Sections of the Combustion Institute (2018), Sorrento, Italy, May 23–26, 2018
Entrained flow gasification. Part 2: Mathematical modeling of the gasifier using RANS method.
Mancini, M.; Alberti, M.; Dammann, M.; Santo, U.; Eckel, G.; Kolb, T.; Weber, R.
2018. Fuel, 225, 596–611. doi:10.1016/j.fuel.2018.03.100