Advanced Combustion and Aerothermal Technologies

Environmental Protection and Pollution Reductions

  • Nick Syred
  • Artem Khalatov
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Power Systems Engineering Science and Technology

  3. Solid Fuel Combustion Techniques and Augmentation

    1. V. E. Messerle, A. B. Ustimenko
      Pages 115-129
    2. A. P. Burdukov, V. I. Popov
      Pages 131-140
    3. V. E. Messerle, A. B. Ustimenko
      Pages 141-156
  4. Environmental and Related Studies

  5. Biomass and Alternative Fuels

  6. Boilers, Furnaces and Related Systems

  7. New and Novel Techniques for Power Systems

    1. Ambrogio Milani, J. G. Wünning
      Pages 343-352
    2. I. Barmina, A. Descnickis, A. Meijere, Maija Zake
      Pages 405-412
    3. Valery M. Shibkov, V. G. Gromov, R. S. Konstantinovskij
      Pages 413-423
    4. Kevin Brundish, M. N. Miller, L. C. Morgan, A. J. Wheatley
      Pages 425-443
    5. Grazia Lamanna, H. Sun, M. Schüler, B. Weigand, D. Magatti, F. Ferri
      Pages 445-455
    6. Anatoly Soudarev, S. Vesely, E. Vinogradov, Y. Zakharov
      Pages 457-471

About these proceedings


The NATO Advanced Workshop “Advanced Combustion and Aerothermal Technologies: Environmental Protection and Pollution Reductions” was held in Kiev (Ukraine) from 15 to 19 May 2006 and was organized by the Institute of Engineering Thermophysics (Ukraine) and Cardiff University (UK). This Workshop based on the long-term collaboration between the Institute of Engineering Thermophysics and Cardiff University resulted in a first NATO Scientific Prize received by Professor N. Syred, UK, and Professor A. Khalatov in 2002, who served as Workshop codirectors. The justification for this Workshop was based upon the perceived need for the bringing together of research in a number of combustion and aerotherm- related areas, so as to allow more rapid progress to be made. The primary Workshop objectives were to assess the existing knowledge on advanced combustion and aerothermal technologies providing reduced environmental impact, to identify directions for future research in the field, and to promote the close relationships and business contacts between scientists from the NATO and partner countries. This synergy in research and development is essential if advances in specific areas are to be widely utilized, whilst helping to cro- fertilize other areas and stimulate new developments. Of especial importance is the dissemination of concepts and ideas evolved in the aerospace industries into other related areas, whilst encouraging contacts, research exchanges, and int- actions between engineers and scientists in the NATO and partner countries.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Nick Syred
    • 1
  • Artem Khalatov
    • 2
  1. 1.Cardiff UniversityWalesCardiffUK
  2. 2.National Academy of SciencesUkraine

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