Date: 21 January 2022 (Friday)
Time: 18:45 - 20:00 (Registration at 18:30)
Venue: Online Seminar via Zoom
Power generation by Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology is similar to a traditional steam turbine, but with a single, crucial difference. Instead of using water vapor, the ORC system vaporizes a high-molecular-mass organic fluid. Such technology has many possible applications, and counts more than 2.7 GW of installed capacity and 698 identified power plants worldwide. In recent years, ORC has become the prime workhorse when low temperature waste heat is recovered for power generation. It can be applied to heat and power plants or to industrial and farming processes such as organic products fermentation, hot exhausts from furnaces, marine diesel engines, and condenser of a power cycle.
In this seminar, the ORC principles and real-life applications will be illustrated. Benefits and difficulties during design / construction stages will be also discussed.
Ir KF Chan
Southa Engineering Limited
Ir Chan was trained as a building services engineer in a consultant firm. He then joined the Southa Group of Companies as a contractor carrying out design and hands-on testing & commissioning in projects ranging from low temperature application to elevated temperature combustion. Over the years, he promoted a number of environmental initiatives. In recent years, KF proactively implements AI, IoT, robotics and cloud solutions not only in energy performance but also in serving users in disabled hostels.
Besides full-time salaried employment at Southa, KF enjoys his services in charity and education work, including teaching as an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Hong Kong.
Cantonese with English Terminology
Only accepted registered participants will receive an electronic CPD certificate: i.e., sharing of the registration link to others are prohibited and the organizer reserves the right to disqualify and terminate those non-properly registered participants to attend the Seminar.
Registration & Enquiry:
The Seminar is free of charge, but prior registration is required. For registration, please register ONLINE via the Google Form - https://forms.gle/honUFR4cAtDn5udo7. Maximum number of participants to be 100. Application will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. Successful members will be informed by confirmation email with a zoom meeting link few days before the event. Transfer or sharing of the registration is prohibited.
To facilitate the time efficient, registration will be done when entering the Seminar so please provide your membership number and name (same as registration name) when joining the online session.
The original flyer can be downloaded here.