Clean and sustainable energy is of pinnacle importance for all applications in propulsion, power, energy, and mobility. With the growing interest in hypersonics internationally we propose to have a special session devoted to fundamental and applied issues in hypersonic flight development.
The planned workshop will bring together renowned experts from around the globe to share the latest fundamental and applied research innovations for cleaner energy utilization in a wide range of devices extending from hypersonic propulsion to micro scale energy conversion using fossil and biofuels. The specific applications will include several specific research areas to include: multiphase flows, hypersonic propulsion, combustion of fossil and renewable fuels, clean energy conversion for various stationary and propulsion applications (such as gas turbines and rocket engines), high intensity combustion, modelling and advanced laser diagnostics.
Latest advances in the areas of biofuels production and their combustion/emission characteristics, value added products from various feedstock materials will be of special interest. Thermal management, emission control and environmental issues from various energy conversion devices will also be explored. A round-table discussion will also be held with the aim to identify key areas of common interest that will help develop strategy to promote collaborative research on those focused areas.
The international collaborations will help identify key novel technologies that show promise for viable options for improved performance, efficient and sustainable energy conversion in defined power and propulsion applications.
- Multiphase flows and applications
- Hypersonic and supersonic propulsion
- High speed combustion for propulsion
- Computational approaches and advances
- Advanced diagnostics
- Biofuels, renewable fuels
- Fuel reforming and value added products
- Fuel flexible propulsion and power generation
- Novel energy conversion technologies/New engine combustion concepts
- Thermal management
- Energy, environment and emissions control
- Combustion modeling and simulation
- Solid fuel combustion, pyrolysis and gasification
- Gas Turbines in ship and air propulsion
- Hybrid power concepts for engines
- Hydrogen and Ammonia as fuel for engines
- Renewable energy including solar, wind and biomass
- Interested and eligible candidates can register via this page.
- There are limited seats, please submit your application latest by Oct 31, 2019. Selection will be made on the first-come-first-serve basis. If selected, you will be sent a confirmation email.