The 11th Conference in the series was held from 9th to 11th September at City, University of London, United Kingdom, attracting over 250 registered delegates from across the world representing various sectors.
City’s President, Professor Sir Paul Curran, welcomed delegates to the conference at the official opening on 9th September, emphasising the importance of the Conference to the Compressor Industry and the University’s overall strategic plan.
The objectives of the conference were to provide a platform for academics, students and professionals interested in Compressors and related areas to share current research, develop new ideas, and share best practices.
The Conference achieved these objectives through the delivery of keynote presentations and a number of technical parallel sessions.
The tone of the conference was set by the keynotes from three world experts Prof. Andreas Brummer talked about “Leakage Losses in Twin Screw Machines” on the first day, Prof Yunho Hwang challenged us in the second plenary session with the talk on “Compression without Compressors” and Prof Mehrdad Zangeneh gave a keynote on the Industry day about the design system for centrifugal chillers with low GWP refrigerants.