AIM & TOPICS

AIM

The symposium is planned to create a forum among the participants on the latest research and technology to practice with the combustion sciences.

 

TOPICS

Papers are invited to be presented in the technical sessions regarding one the following topics given below:

  • Fundamentals of Laminer and turbulent combustion.

❖ Ignition.

❖ Propellant combustion.

❖ Hydrogen production and combustion.

❖ Explosion.

❖ Diffusion flames.

❖ Smoke formation and transformation.

❖ Simulation and numerical models.

  • Applied Combustion Systems and Designs.

❖ Internal combustion engines.

❖ Gas turbines.

❖ Ramjet.

❖ Rockets.

❖ Powder coal burning.

❖ Fluid bed burning.

❖ Waste and garbage burning.

❖ Biomass and combustion.

❖ Gasification of the cave.

❖ Measuring and control systems.

  • Air Pollution.

❖ Ship emissions.

❖ Emissions from engines and combustion chambers.

❖ Natural gas.

❖ Alternative and synthetic fuels to reduce pollutants.

❖ Thermal and catalytic converters.

❖ Burning of industrial and harmful wastes.

  • Energy Transformation and Usage.

❖ Energy sources.

❖ Energy conversion technologies.

❖ Storage, improvement and recovery.

❖ Energy economy.

❖ Policy and management.

❖ Performance monitoring methods.

❖ System design and operation.

❖ Measuring and control systems.

  • Fire and Fire Fighting

❖ Fires.

❖ Fire danger.

❖ Fire and fire fighting methods in ships.

❖ Forest fires.

❖ Fuels and exacerbation.

❖ Ignition and explosion.

❖ Smoke and heat output.

❖ Fire protection approaches.

❖ Fire load and resistance evaluations.

❖ Fire detection, control and alarm systems.

❖ The fire extinguisher.