12th International Conference on Compressors and their Systems (Monday, 6th September 2021)
This 3-day conference provides a forum where developments in air, gas and refrigeration compressors, vacuum pumps, expanders, related systems and components will be discussed.
This 3-day conference provides a forum where developments in air, gas and refrigeration compressors, vacuum pumps, expanders, related systems and components will be discussed in various forms including keynote addresses, research and technical papers and podium presentations.
This conference will cover a range of topics, including:
Energy efficiency and carbon footprint
Safety, sustainability and environmental impact
Numerical and experimental modelling, analysis and testing
Design for ‘end of life’ and sustainable manufacture
Operation, use of sustainable operating fluids, maintenance and reliability
System integration and behaviour
Upgrades and refurbishment
Education and professional development.
Industry sessions of non-technical nature will be included throughout the conference in order to make the whole programme more cohesive.
These sessions will give representatives from the industry an opportunity to describe how their companies are responding to the ever-changing market demands and technological advances. This is a platform to frame current challenges, and provide the essential context and direction to shape future research. We invite industrial leaders to submit their proposed presentations by the same deadlines set for technical papers.
The International Conference on Compressors and their Systems is organised by the Centre for Compressors Technology at City, University of London.
Formed at City in 1995 with support from the Royal Academy of Engineering and Holroyd, the Centre recently celebrated its jubilee anniversary, reinstating its aim to continue the advancement of compression technologies as it continues to grow.
By conducting world class R&D, providing education, developing software, and supplying consultancy and training, the Centre is not just contributing to the screw machine industry far beyond the British Isles but it is also significantly impacting the reach towards the global energy efficiency targets.