Australian Combustion Symposium 2023 - Towards Clean Combustion and Decarbonisation
The biennial meeting is Australia's preeminent conference in the field of combustion. It continues the tradition of a well-established series of events, including previous conferences held in Toowoomba (2021), Adelaide (2019), Sydney (2017), Melbourne (2015), and Perth (2013). These conferences are organized by the Australia and New Zealand section of the Combustion Institute.
The upcoming Australian Combustion Symposium 2023 is to be held at the Charles Darwin University, Waterfront Campus, Darwin, Northern Territory.
The Australian Combustion Symposium 2023 covers a range of topics related to combustion and associated energy-related fields, including:
Clean fuels, including hydrogen and ammonia combustion, production, and safety
Combustion-based processes in circular economy
Control of greenhouse gas emissions
Decarbonisation of combustion-based processes
Detonations, explosions, and supersonic combustion
Environmental impact of combustion processes, including life cycle assessment
Gas-phase reaction kinetics
Internal combustion engines
Pollutant formation in combustion processes
Pyrolysis and pyrolysis-based industrial processes
Rocket engines and gas turbines
Spray, droplet, and supercritical combustion
Solid fuel combustion
Soot, nanomaterials, and large molecules
Stationary combustion systems
Paper submission deadline: 15 September, 2023.
Notification of paper acceptance: 25 October, 2023.
Early bird registration deadline: 1 November, 2023.
Conference date: 26-29 November, 2023.