Conference highlights...

 

Day 5 - Features 

  • Short course on Flexible Cycle modelling with low-gwp mixtures by Ian Bell of NIST and Davide Ziviani of Purdue University
  • 3 Minute thesis talks by 5 leading students on varying topics  (photos show our panellists chatting to one of the PhD researchers_

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Day 4 - Keynote 

  • Vincent Lemort of University of Liege Keynote talk on ORC

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Some of our Coffee lounge quiz results

 

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Day 3 - Not to be missed...

  • Keynote will be Eckhard Groll of Purdue at 4pm BST on next-generation heating and cooling technologies.
  • Catch the Award Winning student paper in session  10 at 13.50 BST "Gradient Based Design Optimization of a Radial Inflow Turbine" by Brede Hagen of  Norwegian University of Science and Technology

 

Day 2 - Keynote 

 

Catch up with the recordings from this and all sessions from days 1 & 2 in the Conference Bag / library recordings link

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Day 1 - In the Compressor Innovation and Efficiency Coffee Lounge 

 

We polled the delegates on this question.....

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Thanks to Jon, Davide and Kevin for sharing their expertise in this area

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Day 1 - Rankine's Life and Legacy Event

Helen Czerski on science ... "This is the way science works - it has to be a conversation"  A perfect indictment of our conference bringing together 80 papers and nearly 200 delegates from across the globe.

Helen on the great man himself William Rankine "Rankine had it all, leadership, communications, brilliance of a scientist wanting to explore what happens next and testing how the world might be... He was a good egg and we need more like him"  We are sure you would all agree!

Listen to a recording of the event - free!

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Have you seen the Rankine Song Book now available from IESIS? Guy Hundy in the Linked In Group has been investigating its contents..."William Rankine - songwriter. The Rankine temperature scale is of course the absolute scale in imperial units."  You can find a link to the songbook in the virtual Delegate Bag.

 

 

 
 

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