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23rd December 2015

Heat Powered Cycles Conference 2016, Nottingham University, UK, 28 – 30 June 2016

The conference is concerned with scientific and technological innovations relating to the efficient and economic use of heat, derived from all its sources, for the production of cooling, heating and mechanical power either independently or co-generatively. Subject areas of particular interest include; hybrid cycles, ORCs, Stirling cycle machines, thermo-acoustic engines and coolers, sorption cycle refrigerators and heat pumps, jet-pump (ejector) machines, temperature amplifiers (heat transformers), chemical heat pumps, new working fluids, mass and heat transfer phenomena desalination of brackish water and seawater, compact heat exchanger research (including foams and other micro-channel research), thermo-economics, process optimisation and modelling, process and cycle thermodynamics.
Heat Powered Cycles Conference

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