International Conference on Compressors and their Systems 2017
REGISTRATION FOR THE CONFERENCE HAS NOW CLOSED
There are a very small number of places available still without the conference dinner, please contact the events team by 12pm on Friday 8th September (BST) if you are interested in attending.
Unfortunately we cannot admit any delegates who have not pre-registered.
Information for delegates
Visit our information pages for contact details, venue maps and directions, publication details, presenter instructions and other Frequently Asked Questions.
Please note, the conference dinner is now sold out. The dinner is for those who have pre-registered for a dinner ticket only.
Published papers now live
The proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Compressors and their Systems have been published online by IOP Publishing.
The proceedings have been published as Volume 232 of IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering – an open access journal from IOP Publishing.
Organised by the Centre for Compressor Technology at City, University of London.
Following the success of the 9th London International Compressor Conference the 10th in this series will again be extended to cover three full days. The programme will include a full session dedicated to industrial issues of a non-technical nature, in addition to the traditional keynote addresses, research and technical papers, podium papers and discussions.
Featuring participation by manufacturers of compressors, expanders and systems and control systems, equipment suppliers, users and research organisations. This conference provides a forum where developments in air, gas and refrigeration compressors, vacuum pumps, expanders, related systems and components can be presented for discussion.
Day 1 and 2
These will be dedicated to the presentation of research and technical papers including keynotes, podium papers and discussions.
The conference dinner will take place on Day 1 (Monday 11th September) at the Royal Society of Science.
Industry Day (Day 3)
This will give representatives from industry an opportunity to describe how their companies are responding to changes in technology or market demands, eg. due to economic, environmental or legislative changes.
The conference will be preceded by a short course on Computation fluid dynamics in rotary positive displacement machines, taking place on 9th and 10th September 2017.
This conference will cover:
- Technology Development
- Operation, Maintenance and Reliability
- Safety and Environmental Impact
- Energy Efficiency and Carbon Footprint
- Novel applications
- System Integration and Behaviour
- Upgrades and Refurbishment
- Design and Manufacture
- Education and Professional Development
Abstract and paper submission
Abstract and paper submission has closed.