Optical diagnostics have developed rapidly recently and are now considered for continuous process monitoring and control. Computational methods, particularly CFD are almost universally employed for aspects of design, and increasingly for combustion process optimisation. The meeting brings together these themes to emphasise their inter-related benefits and will provide a forum for exchange of up-to-date methods, developments and examples of use. In particular, the focus will be on how the separate topics may work together to deliver emissions-compliant, fuel-flexible and efficient combustion systems that have predictable capabilities, whether the systems are modified and re-worked or ab initio designs.
Papers and posters are sought from interested parties such as instrumentation developers and manufacturers; software users; system integrators; equipment designers, users and researchers; enforcement agencies and policy makers.
The meeting will be relevant to
• equipment designers and manufacturers
• research practitioners and students
• energy managers
• performance & economic system modellers
• energy policymakers
In addition to Members, non-members of the BFRC and CRF are particularly welcome
Submission: Abstracts considered until 23rd March. Paper deadline 7th April.
Please see the meeting announcement for further details, including contact details.