On 24 March in Rotherham, The British Flame Research Comittee, in collaboration with The Institute of Physics Combustion Physics Group offers a 1-day technical meeting entitled Waste Energy Utilisation and aimed at energy managers, energy policymakers, equipment manufacturers, research practitioners and students; performance & economic system modellers.
The meeting will examine short, medium and longer-term measures and strategies to improve Waste energy utilization. Whilst the focus will be on low-grade fuels and heat below 500°C, diverse processes will be discussed.
Full details and a registration form can be found on the IFRF Events Calendar. A draft programme is available and poster contributions are invited. The meeting is open to IFRF Members and non Members alike and will be held at the NAMTEC Conference Centre on Corus’s Swindon Technology site in Rotherham.
Other upcoming events to diarise include the EFRI technical meeting Operation of High Pressure Combustion Test Rigs in Cardiff on 21 April to be followed immediately by TOTeM 34 – Gas Turbine Research: Fuels, Combustion, Heat Transfer and Emissions.
Events timed to coincide with the meeting of the IFRF Joint Committee in Renfrew, Scotland in June include an EFRI Rig Owners’ meeting on the Use of Oxygen on Combustion Test Rigs as well as a CFD Validation Workshop, both on Wednesday 16 June.
TOTeM 36 on the topic of Industrial Flares is already in preparation and will follow on from the AFRC International Pacific Rim Combustion Symposium which takes place from 26-29 September in Maui, Hawaii.
To publicise your combustion meeting on the IFRF Calendar, contact Tracey Biller.