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|Title:||Proceedings of the 2019 Australian Combustion Symposium|
|Publisher:||Combustion Institute Australia & New Zealand Section|
|Series/Report no.:||Proceedings of the Australian Combustion Symposium: ISSN 1839-8162 (Online)|
|Editors, Paul Medwell, Zeyad Alwahabi, Michael Evans, Shaun Chan, Alfonso Chinnici, Zhao Tian, Bassam Dally|
|Abstract:||The 2019 Australian Combustion Symposium was held 4–6 December 2019 at The University of Adelaide. We were delighted that Prof. Epaminondas Mastorakos delivered the Bilger Lecture, and esteemed plenary speakers were Prof. Mara de Joannon and Prof. Bogdan Dlugogorski. Another eight invited speakers also featured in the programme to deliver technical talks. The biennial meeting is Australia’s preeminent conference in the field of combustion, and builds on a long-standing series of events, including Sydney (2017), Melbourne (2015) and Perth (2013). The conference will be a precursor to the prestigious 38th International Symposium on Combustion, which will also be in Adelaide. Both meetings are held under the auspices of the Australia and New Zealand section of the Combustion Institute. The programme featured 54 presentations, which were selected based on the scientific review of a four-page research paper (eight pages for invited speakers) by two technical experts. Authors were given the option of publishing the full paper or only the abstract.|
|Rights:||Reproduction of all or part of this document, including storing in electronic form, is permitted, provided it is fully referenced.The copyright of the individual contributions contained in this volume is retained and owned by the authors of the papers. Neither The Combustion Institute Australia & New Zealand Section nor the Editors possess the copyright of the individual papers.|
|Appears in Collections:||Mechanical Engineering publications|
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