08:00-

Registration

Registration

08:00-

09:00-09:25

OPENING & WELCOME

10:55-11:25

Coffee Break

13:10-14:10

Lunch Time

15:20-16:00

EXHIBITION / Poster Session / Discussions

17:30-17:40

CLOSING REMARKS

13:10-14:10

Lunch Time

19:30-23:00

Get Together Conference Networking Dinner

Conference Programme

Wednesday, 23 September 2015

Thursday, 24 September 2015

(EXHIBITION will be opened and available both days)

16:00-17:30

Session 5   

ELECTRICAL GRIDS

16:35-17:05

Coffee Break

09:00-10:15

Session 4a 

MODELLING & SIMULATIONS

and Coffee Break

12:00-12:35

Invited Keynote Speech:

Zoran STOSIC

Managing Director of

GERMANY

A Selection of Criteria for Sustainability

RENECON International;

of Energy Mix

Former VP SEE ICO AREVA

kn_Stosic-Zoran

12:35-13:10

Invited Keynote Speech:

Nikola CAVLINA

FER - University of Zagreb;

CROATIA

Energy Options and Electricity Generation

Member of the Croatian

Costs

Academy of Engineering

kn_Cavlina-Nikola

09:25-10:00

Invited Keynote Speech:

Jan BLOMGREN

CEO of INBEx;

SWEDEN

Energy, Safety and Profitability -

Uppsala University;

The Thinking Behind

Advisor to French Senate

12:00-12:35

Invited Keynote Speech:

Milovan PERIC

Managing Director of CoMeT;

GERMANY / UK

Continuum Mechanics Simulation in the

Senior Corporate Consultant

Development of Power Technology

CD-adapco

kn_Peric-Milovan

12:35-13:10

Invited Keynote Speech:

Leon CIZELJ

Head of Reactor Engineering

SLOVENIA

Experimental Support for Safer and

at the IJS:

More Reliable Power Generation

University of Ljubljana

kn_Cizelj-Leon

14:10-14:45

Invited Keynote Speech:

Igor KUZLE

FER - University of Zagreb;

CROATIA

Smart Grid and Smart City - State-of-the-

IEEE Region-8 Vice Chair:

Art and Future Trends in Development

Member of CIGRE

kn_Kuzle-Igor

Zoran STOSIC

Managing Director of RENECON International;

Sreten SKULETIC

Professor at the Faculty of Electrical

Former Vice President SEE ICO at AREVA

Conference Chairman and Founder;

GERMANY

Engineering, University of Montenegro

MONTENEGRO

kn_Blomgren-Jan

15:20-16:35

Session 3a 

POWER PLANTS ENGINEERING

17:05-18:20

Session 3b 

POWER PLANTS ENGINEERING

14:45-15:20

Invited Keynote Speech:

Hakan JOHANSSON

Senior Executive

SWEDEN

Implementation of Smart Grid Systems &

Smart Grid and Consulting

Services to Optimise System Performance

ABB

kn_Johansson-Hakan

10:00-10:55

Session 1a 

COMMODITIES & ENERGY MIX

11:25-12:00

Session 1b 

COMMODITIES & ENERGY MIX

14:45:15:20

Session 2   

DATA ANALYSIS

11:30-12:00

Coffee Break

A. WOLSKI, et al /

CFD Thermal Analysis of Aerosol Filters

WorleyParsons, Sofia, BULGARIA:

used in Severe Accident Containment Venting

Systems

5.03

E. USPURAS, A. KALIATKA /

Application of the Best-Estimate Approach for

Lithuanian Energy Institute, Kaunas,

the NPP Licensing Process

5.12

LITHUANIA:

F. STOJKOVSKI, V. STOJKOVSKI /

5.39

CFD Analysis of the Hydrodynamic Forces and

University Sts Kiril and Methodius, Skopje,

MACEDONIA:

Flow Frequency of Tainter Gate

R. BERNAT, J. MILEWSKI /

5.45

Modelling of CO2 Separation by Molten

Warsaw University of Technology, POLAND:

Carbonate Fuel Cells and Low-Temperature

Chillers

10:15-11:30

Session 4b 

MODELLING & SIMULATIONS

AND EXPERIMENTAL SUPPORT

A. MARAJ, et al /

Simulation and Validation of Results obtained

Polytechnic University of Tirana, ALBANIA;

during the Annual Operation of a Forced

Circulation Solar Water Heating System

5.05

Gjovik University College, NORWAY:

equipped with Flat Solar Collectors for the

Mediterranean Climate Conditions

V. STOJKOVSKI, Z. KOSTIC /

Measured and numerically Predicted Value of

University Sts Cyril and Methodius, Skopje,

5.38

G. CONTE, et al /

A Software Tool for Design and Simulation of

Universita Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona,

5.34

Energy Production and Storage Systems

ITALY:

MACEDONIA:

Transient Parameters at Pump Penstock

E. BEBI1, J. KACANI1, E. ISMAILI2 /

6.06

Experimental Simulation of a Wind Farm in

1Polytechnic University of Tirana, ALBANIA;

Mamaj, Albania

2Mie University, JAPAN:

A. M. LAZAREVSKA, D. MLADENOVSKA /

Multi-Criteria Assessment of Natural Gas

University Sts Cyril and Methodius, Skopje,

2.04

MACEDONIA:

Supply Options - The Macedonian Case

A. M. LAZAREVSKA,

Complementarity and Overlapping among

University Sts Cyril and Methodius, Skopje,

2.08

MACEDONIA:

Energy Performance Indicators as Part of the

N. BAKREVSKA-KORMUSHOSKA,

Sustainable Development and RECP

Indicators in Cement Industry

E. BANCHES1, I. PURICA2 /

Long Term Assessment of Nuclear Technology

2Romanian Academy and AOSR,

2.17

Bucharest, ROMANIA:

Penetration using MESSAGE - The Case of

1Nuclear Agency & Radioactive Waste;

Romania

X. BERISHA, N. SAHITI /

Renewable Energy Sources Targets - Potential

University Hasan Prishtina, Prishtina, KOSOVO:

2.21

Role of Geothermal Energy in Kosovo

S. PEZZUTTO1, A. TOLEIKYTE2,

Assessment of the Space Heating and Cooling

2Vienna University of Technology, AUSTRIA;

2.41

  Unit, ITALY:

Market in the EU28: A Comparison between

1Institute for Renewable Energy, EURAC

EU15 and EU13 Member States

M. de FELICE3 /

3ENEA, Energy and Environment Modelling

  Research, ITALY;

M. FIKE, G. BOMBEK, A. HRIBERNIK /

7.26

Visualisation of Unsteady Flow Field in an

University of Maribor, SLOVENIA:

Axial Flow Fan

L. DERVISHI, A. ALIDEMAJ, A. YMERI /

7.44

Improve Energy Losses and Quality of

KEDS - Kosovo Electricity Distribution and

Electricity in Low Voltage Network in Kosovo

Supply Company, Prishtina, KOSOVO:

K. SAROVIC1, A. ABRASHI1, D. BOZICEVIC2 /

1.13

Modeling and Analysis of Thermal Energy

1EKONERG - Energy and Environmental

Storage Implementation in the District Heating

2HEP - Hrvatska Elektroprivreda,

  Protection Institute;

Zagreb, CROATIA:

System of the City of Zagreb

N. HLADKI1, D. BOZICEVIC2 /

1.16

Construction of Heat Accumulator at Thermal

1EKONERG - Energy and Environmental

Power Plant TE-TO Zagreb, Croatia

2HEP - Hrvatska Elektroprivreda,

  Protection Institute;

Zagreb, CROATIA:

A. DERVIC, R. DRAGOVIC-IVANOVIC,

1.27

One Method of Measuring the Efficiency of

Z. MIJANOVIC /

Electrical Household Appliances

MONTENEGRO:

University of Montenegro, Podgorica,

W. BUJALSKI, K. ROSINSKI /

1.28

Analysis of Operation of Heat Accumulator in

Warsaw University of Technology, POLAND:

Large-Scale CHP Plant

D. KRASNIQI1, R. FILKOSKI2, F. KRASNIQI1 /

1.31

An Approach towards Thermal Power Plants

1University Hasan Prishtina, Prishtina, KOSOVO;

Efficiency Analysis by Use of Exergy Method

2University Sst Cyril and Methodius, Skopje,

  MACEDONIA:

B. DJUKANOVIC, V. RADULOVIC,

1.33

Measurement and Analysis of Wind Parameters

S. SKULETIC /

for Estimation of Wind Potential

MONTENEGRO:

University of Montenegro, Podgorica,

R. STAMATOVIC, A. CAR /

1.42

The Rooftop Photovoltaic Solar Power Plant

Reports and Analysis

Institute Mihajlo Pupin, Belgrade, SERBIA:

S. LAJQI, N. LAJQI, B. HAMIDI /

1.49

Design and Construction of Mini Hydropower

Plant with Propeller Turbine

University Hasan Prishtina, Prishtina, KOSOVO:

I. DERIKUCKA, J. RADOVIC, S. SKULETIC /

3.02

Impact of Grouped Residential Buildings Load

on the Quality of Electricity in Distribution

MONTENEGRO:

University of Montenegro, Podgorica,

Networks

A. PACI, M. CELO, R. BUALOTI /

3.14

Analysis of Reliability Indices of the Distribution

System in a Major Consumption Center in

ALBANIA:

Central Technical Inspectorate, Tirana,

Albania

M. QEMALI, R. BUALOTI, M. CELO /

3.20

Voltage Stability Assessment through a New

Proposed Methodology

Polytechnic University of Tirana, ALBANIA:

M. F. PICHLER, et al /

3.24

Small Scale PV-Power - On Site Use

Maximization through Smart Heat Pump

Graz University of Technology;

University of Innsbruck, AUSTRIA:

Control

S. SADOVIC, et al /

3.25

Use of Line Surge Arresters in the Reduction

of Double Circuit Line Outages

Sadovic Consultant, Asnieres-sur-Seine,

Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Sarajevo,

FRANCE;

Faculty of Information Technology, Podgorica,

MONTENEGRO

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA:

POWER PLANTS ENGINEERING

1.30

D. GRGIC, et al / University of Zagreb, CROATIA:

Analytical Support for PWR Upflow Conversion

T1

COMMODITIES & ENERGY MIX

2.11

S. GAVLAS, M. MALCHO, R. NOSEK / University of Zilina, SLOVAKIA:

Utilization of Waste Heat in the Steel Industry

T2

2.36

J. AHOKAS, K. SÖDERHOLM / Fortum PO WER and Heat Oy, Espoo, FINLAND:

The Role of Nuclear Power in the Future Energy System

MATERIALS & STRUCTURAL ANALYSES

4.23

D. GROSSO, R. GERBONI, A. CARPIGNANO / DENERG - Politecnico di Torino, ITALY:

Resilience of Critical Infrastructure for Energy Transport: A Methodology for Risk Evaluation Approach

T4

MODELLING & SIMULATIONS

5.18

L. STRUBELJ, et al / GEN energija, Krsko, SLOVENIA:

Nuclear Power Plant Model in APROS

T5

5.19

M. CHEKEROVSKA1, R. V. FILKOSKI2 / 1University Goce Delchev, Shtip; 2University Sts Cyril and Methodius, Skopje,

Research of Fixed and Solar-Tracking Liquid Flat-Plate Collector with Experimental and Mathematical Approach

MACEDONIA:

5.35

B. BUSAHMIN, et al / ITB-University BRUNEI; University of Calgary; IHS, CANADA:

Numerical Modelling of Foamy Oil Flow under Solution Gas Drive in Heavy Oil Reservoirs

5.37

F. GREMME, M. K. KOCH / Ruhr-University Bochum, GERMANY:

Analysis of a SBO in a Generic PWR Konvoi Type using Integral Code ASTEC

5.46

K. BADYDA, S. MLYNARZ / Warsaw University of Technology, POLAND:

Use of CFD Simulation as a Design Tool for Selective Non Catalyic Reduction (SNCR) System suitable for Stoker Fired

Boilers (WR-25 Type)

5.47

F. V. STOJKOVSKI et al / University Sts Cyril and Methodius, Skopje; University Goce Delchev, Shtip, MACEDONIA:

Numerical Modelling of a Solar Chimney Power Plant

EXPERIMENTAL SUPPORT

6.10

R. NOSEK, et al / University of Zilina, SLOVAKIA:

Investigation of Heat Pipe’s Performance Parameters depending on the Concentration of Working Nano-Fluids

T6

DATA ANALYSES

7.22

X. BERISHA, B. DRAGUSHA / University Hasan Prishtina, Prishtina, KOSOVO:

The Influence of the Outside Temperature during the Design of Heating

T7

REGULATIONS / LEGISLATIONS / COLLABORATIONS

8.07

W. BRENNER, N. ADAMOVIC / Vienna University of Technology, Wien, AUSTRIA:

Integration of Standardization for Bridging Research and Industry in the FP7 NMP Project SolarDesign

T8

8.50

G. LASTOVICKA-MEDIN / University of Montenegro, Podgorica, MONTENEGRO:

Collective Awareness for Energy Sustainability through Digital Social Innovation

A. KOCHOV /

14:10-14:45

Invited Keynote Speech:

Jukka LAAKSONEN

Advisor to Director General of

RUSSIAN FEDERATION

An Overview and Update on Worldwide

ROSATOM Overseas

Nuclear Power Plant Construction Today

keynote__Laaksonen-Jukka

2.51

L. STRUBELJ, T. PLOJ / GEN energija, Krsko, SLOVENIA:

Development of the Electricity Production Sector in Slovenia until Year 2050

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