Due to technical problems with the internet connection IFRF had to postpone its MNM issue planned for 15th September by one week, to 22nd September. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
Two weeks ago American Flame Research Committee (AFRC) had its annual meeting, which took place in Houston, Texas between 7th and 10th September. The meeting covered hot subject such as flairs burners, waste and biomass combustion, oxy-fuel combustion, NOx reduction technologies, flameless combustion, and combustion modelling.
The traditionally the submitted papers will be available for the general public and online after a half a year after the meeting. We welcome you to browse AFRC website for the already available papers and other interesting materials.
Also I’d like to thank the sponsors for their support in organizing this excellent meeting. The sponsors for this meeting were: John Zink Hamworthy Combustion, Sterling Industries PCL, Great Southern Group, etaPartners, GBA Corona, Linde, UOP Callidus, Sage Environmental Consulting, OnQuest, Zeeco Inc., Jerry Lang Combustion Consulting Inc., University of Utah Institute for Clean & Secure Energy and Heat Transfer Research Inc.