This 3-day conference organised by the Centre for Compressors Technology at City, University of London provides a forum for developments in air, gas and refrigeration compressors, vacuum pumps, expanders. The programme includes industry sessions on high-importance topics, keynote addresses, research and technical papers, podium papers and discussions. This conference provides a platform to identify current challenges and provide the essential content and direction to shape future research.
The International Conference on Compressors and their Systems series began in 1999 as a result of industrial consultation and need for academic collaboration. At the time the conference was organised by the Fluid Machinery Group of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) with support from Holroyd.
From 2009 the Centre for Compressor Technology at City, University of London took over its management and the Conference is now one of the main conventions, taking place biennially in the UK, becoming world-renowned for its place in industry and academia to gather and discuss a broad range of topical issues related to compressors and compression systems.
Papers are invited on a wide range of topics on compressors, expanders, pumps and their systems including, but not limited to:
Safety and Environmental Impact
Energy efficiency and carbon footprint
Efforts towards Net Zero emission
Heating and cooling demand integration
Sustainable power and heat
System Integration and Behaviour
Numerical and experimental modelling, analysis, and testing
Design and Manufacture
Operation, Maintenance and Reliability
Education and Professional Development.