Featured in last week’s Events Calendar wrap up, the joint meeting organised by the BFRC and Institute of Physics Combustion Physics Group and set for May 7 is entitled “Oxy-Fuel combustion: opportunities and challenges“. The venue is the University of Leeds.
There has been an extension of the deadline for abstract submissions for the AFRC sponsored International Conference on Clean and Secure Energy, set for May 11 to 14 at the scenic Canyons Resort in the heart of Park City, Utah. The new deadline is Tuesday April 15.
All application and booking forms and other relevant information can be found at http://www.icse.utah.edu/AFRC/ but in brief overview the event will highlight four major subject areas:
1- Petroleum Industry Combustion Research and Development Needs -organized by James Seebold from the Chevron Corporation (retired)
2- Utility Industry Combustion Research and Development Needs -organized by Brad Adams from Reaction Engineering International (REI) in Salt Lake City, Utah
3- Flare Research for Energy Industries – organized by Peter Gogolek from CANMET Energy Tech. in Ottawa, Canada
4- Burner Research for Energy Industries – organized by Roberto Ruiz from the John Zink Company in Tulsa, Oklahoma
New on the IFRF Events Calendar is the Stork Thermeq seminar Trends and Forecasts for Clean Combustion, to be held at the Stork Werkspoormuseum in Amsterdam on 27 May. On May 28 in the same venue, Stork Thermeq will host a second seminar entitled Advanced Technology for Clean Combustion. Programmes and other information are available at www.thermeq.nl