AFRC 2003 Fall Meeting – Bridging the Gap between Combustion Research and Industrial Practice
A mission of the AFRC is to provide timely open forums on the application of applied combustion research and technology to improve the competitiveness of North American Industries and to enhance the quality of life of its citizens. Help us achieve these important objectives.
“Meetings” are to meet. The challenges of the new millennium is to meet the challenges of better environment with a healthy competitive North American Industry. The US DOE National Laboratories are eagerly to cooperate to fill in the gaps between Industrial Applied Technology and their Applied Research.
In 1985 Sandia hosted a similar meeting; topics were Coal Combustion, Modeling and Diagnostics for Large Scale Reactors, Small Scale Reactors and Engines. In 1985 Sandia hosted “Combustion Research and Industrial Practice: From Equations to Equipment.”
This year, the American Flame Research Committee (AFRC) in cooperation with Combustion Research Facility of Sandia National Laboratory invites everyone to submit a paper to this annual autumn meeting – International Symposium on Combustion Research and Industrial Practice: Bridging the Gap.
We are looking forward to an enthusiastic response. Every paper is important!
2003 American Flame Research Committee
International Symposium on Combustion Research and Industrial Practice: Bridging the Gap
16th – 17th October 2003
Sandia National Laboratories – Combustion Research Facility
Meeting Chairman: Dr. Robert J. Gallagher
Meeting Secretary: DeAnna Agosta Lazares
If you are interested to submit a paper, please send a 150 to 300 words abstract to the AFRC Conference Chairman. For details of this conference, please contact:
Dr. Robert Gallagher
Sandia National Laboratories
PO Box 969, MS 9052
Livermore, CA 94551
Tel. No.: +1 925 294 2685
Fax No.: +1 925 294 2276