Call For Papers

If you are interested in presenting at the conference, please submit your name, company and outline of your proposed material.

All submissions should contain a Title and Abstract. This needs to clearly and comprehensively state the problem, your approach and solution, and the main contributions of your paper. Plant Presenters will receive a complimentary DSUA membership and gift card!

Important Dates:

  • March 15, 2019 – Call for abstracts opens
  • August 15, 2019 – Call for abstracts closes
  • September 3, 2019 – Final papers & presentations due

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Relevant topics for conference presentations include, but are not limited to:

  • Plant Overview & Scrubber Project Reports
  • Reagent Preparation & Handling
  • Erosion & Corrosion
  • Retrofits & Upgrades
  • New & Emerging Technologies
  • Scrubber Performance Optimization
  • Operational & Maintenance Practices
  • FGD Safety
  • Case Studies & Lessons Learned
  • Cost-savings Initiatives

As a general guideline for development of technical papers please consider the following.

  • The conference mission is to facilitate an exchange of knowledge, new ideas, successes and failures on operation and maintenance of dry scrubbers, and associated equipment and systems in the power generation industry.
  • Presentations should promote unbiased participation between owners, operators, and suppliers.
    Detailed technical information is helpful but it should not dominate the presentation. Common applications, examples, and representative photos or diagrams have proven to be good catalyst for participation and discussion.
  • Presentations for Topic or O&M Specific Breakout Sessions should be designed, in content and length, to stimulate dialog between participants. The majority of breakout session time is intended for open discussion.
  • Participants continue to express primary interest in the topics listed above; however technical papers need not be limited to these alone. All submitted topics will be equally considered.
  • While OEM and vendor involvement is an important aspect of the conference, plenary and breakout sessions should not be used as promotional opportunities. A specific and separate time slot will be provided for “Trade Show” type exhibits and networking opportunities.