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The Cambridge workshop on Turbomachinery for heat recovery and low-carbon power

Department of Engineering

The Cambridge workshop on turbomachinery for heat recovery and low-carbon power

The Whittle Laboratory, University of Cambridge, UK

19th May 2015

This 1-day workshop aims to bring together academics, research students and people working in industry, involved in turbomachinery and thermofluid dynamics of real-gas flows. The workshop aims to discuss the technological and research challenges for modern and future low-carbon technologies, such as low-carbon power generation, advanced cycles and heat recovery systems.The topics for discussion will include:
  • Organic Rankine Cycles
  • Supercritical CO2
  • Non-equilibrium flows
  • Thermodynamic Cycle analysis
  • Real-gas/Dense-gas flows

Please register by e-mailing Dr Andrew Wheeler at

If you would like to give a short talk, please also state this in your e-mail, along with a short title.

Please include in your e-mail your full name, institution and any special dietary requirements if any.

Registration will close on 30th April 2015. There will be a limited number of around 30 spaces, so please register as soon as possible.

This workshop is funded by the EPSRC through the EPSRC Fellowship scheme (EP/L027437/1). This project is entitled 'Transforming heat-recovery system performance by exploiting multi component turbine flows'. Further information about this project can be found at