Turbomachinery Conference Registration Open

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Turbomachinery Conference Registration Open

Asia Technical Conference Registration
We are extremely pleased to announce that our 2023 Technical Conference registration is now open. The event, along with the 3rd GPPS CFD Workshop will be hosted at The University of Hong Kong (HKU). Register today to take advantage of our EarlyBird discount offer and make big savings.

Turbomachinery Technical Conference with CFD Workshop 2023

Turbomachinery Technical Conference Asia 2023

The 2023 GPPS Technical Conference will be taking place in Hong Kong this October 17 -19, 2023 hosted at The University of Hong Kong (HKU). The event is expected to attract a wide spectrum of reseachers and industry representatives. With multiple keynotes from highly experienced and knowledgeable speakers. As our fourth Technical Conference in Asia, we very much expect this to be one of the highlights of the Power&Propulsion Conference lineup of 2023. The topics include Aeroacoustics & Noise, Combustor & Combustion, Deposition, Erosion, Fouling & Icing in Gas Turbines, Ducts, Nozzles, Exhausts & Component Interaction and Integration, Energy Systems & Carriers, Energy Transition & Renewables, Heat Transfer, Instrumentation, Control, Testing, Monitoring & Diagnostics, Secondary Air System & Sealing, Mechanics and Materials, Supercritical CO2, Thermodynamic Cycles for Power & Propulsion, Turbomachinery Aerodynamics, Turbomachinery Aeroelasticity, Turbomachinery Unsteady Aerodynamics and Pumps.

GPPS 3rd Turbomachinery CFD Workshop

The 3rd Turbomachinery Workshop will take place as part of the GPPS Hong Kong23 conference on October 16, 2023.The workshop will take place in a hybrid format (the conference will take place in person).

Built upon the experience from our previous workshops, we would like to launch our 3rd workshop. Three test cases are involved: the TUDa-GLR-OpenStage Transonic Axial Compressor, the BUAA Low Speed Large Scale Axial Compressor and the ETH Zurich 1.5-stage Turbine. The datasets of the two compressors are freely available to the public and can be downloaded from the workshop website. Accessing the datasets of the turbine requires attendance of the conference in 2021 or 2022 or registration of the upcoming conference or workshop.



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