[NotiAMCA] IMECE04 : ASME Intl Mechanical Engineering Congress

Victorio E. Sonzogni sonzogni@intec.unl.edu.ar
Mon, 01 Mar 2004 08:45:21 -0300

Desde: 14-11-2004
Hasta: 19-11-2004
Lugar: Anaheim, California USA

Dear Colleagues,

This is a reminder that the deadline for the submission of abstracts to 
the 2004 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress (IMECE04) is 
this Friday, March 5, 2004. IMECE04 will be held November 14-19, 2004 in 
Anaheim, California US. 

The Heat Transfer Equipment Committee (K10) is sponsoring 4 topics:

1.    Heat Transfer in Heat Exchangers

Heat Transfer in Heat Exchangers sessions are open to original works on 
analytical, experimental, and numerical investigations of all aspects 
and types of heat exchangers. Relevant topics include but not limited to 
heat exchangers or heat exchanger networks: * Analysis and design * 
Optimization * Transient or dynamic behavior * Operating problems * New 
ideas and novel approaches

co-sponsored by Process Industries Division
Session Organizer: Ahmad Fakheri Bradley University

2.   Thermal and Mechanical Stress Issues for Heat Transfer Equipment

Papers are invited on any aspect of structural design and analysis of 
heat transfer equipment. Subjects might involve stresses induced by 
thermal, mechanical, or pressure loads.

Session Organizer: HAL STRUMPF Honeywell
Session Co-Chair: RAJ MANGLIK, University of Cincinnati

3.   Forum on Multiphase CFD Modeling in Heat Exchangers

co-sponsored by FED Technical Committee on Multiphase Flow
Session Organizer: Bengt Sunden, Lund Institute of Technology

4.   Nano Technologies in Heat Transfer Equipment

The Nano Technologies in Heat Transfer Equipment session is open to 
original works on analytical, experimental, and design investigations of 
all aspects that apply or could apply nano technology to the development 
of advanced heat transfer equipment.  Relevant topics, in general, are 
any new idea or novel application of nano technology that augments the 
functionality and/or performance of heat transfer equipment. 

co-sponsored by  Nano Track This session is in Nano Track
Session Organizer: Mark Kedzierski

Please submit the abstracts to:

And if you have any questions, please feel free to contact
Dr. Ahmad Fakheri
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Bradley University
Peoria, IL 61625
(309) 677-2719