The British Flame is organising a 1-day meeting entitled Combustion Diagnostics: The RouteMap to Increased Efficiency, Lower Emissions and Improved Product Quality, it will take place in Rotherham on the 22nd November 2006.
This 1-day meeting will consider the latest Combustion Diagnostics technologies that are being used in a wide range of industries (from steel product manufacture to power generation), with the common goal of increasing efficiency, reducing emissions and improving product quality.
The scene will be set by presentations from Corus & E.ON UK as well as the International Flame Research Foundation. Leading UK instrument and system providers (Casella Eti, Perceptive Engineering Ltd, DANTEC and Ametek Land) and research groups (Universities of Glamorgan, Leeds, Sheffield & Warwick) will then describe new and novel applications. Alongside the presentations there will be a poster session and an exhibition where delegates can discuss their specific requirements with instrument & system suppliers.
This 1-day meeting is being held at the Swinden House Conference Centre situated at the Corus Swinden Technology Centre, Rotherham, South Yorkshire. There will be no charge to attend the BRITISH FLAME meeting, but we do ask you to complete the registration form below and return it to: Prof A.J. Griffiths, Hon Secretary, British Flame, Cardiff School of Engineering, Cardiff University, PO Box 925. CARDIFF, CF24 0YF. Fax No. 029 2087 4317.
Please return the registration form on or before Friday 3rd November. Places are limited so early registration is highly recommended.
Further details about the meeting, the programme for the day and information on how to get to the Corus, Swinden Technology Centre can be found on the BRITISH FLAME website: www.britishflame.org.uk or Telephone Jeff Rhine on 0121 441 3865.
You can find further information and the registration form also on the IFRF Calendar Of Technical Events at this page: http://www.calendar.ifrf.net/event.html?id=187