Fall 2005 ASME ICE Conference
Engineers and scientists will meet in Ottawa, Canada, September 11 through 14, 2005 for the American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ Internal Combustion Engine Division Fall Conference. The kick-off for the conference technical program, that draws engine manufacturers, researchers and end-users, is a keynote address by Dr. Len Flint of Lenef Consulting Ltd. entitled “Canada’s Oil Sands: Challenges and Opportunities.” Technical Session topics include, but are not limited to: combustion, noise and vibration, engine-fuel interactions, in-cylinder emission control and flow processes, exhaust after-treatment, alternative fuels, engine cooling, lubrication, fuel injection and ignition systems, engine design, control and monitoring, engine monitoring and diagnostics, advanced engine concepts, component dynamics, wear and materials.
The conference will conclude with an honors and awards banquet Tuesday evening, followed by a tour of the National Research Council’s Combustion Laboratory and Environment Canada’s Environmental Technology Center Wednesday morning. For accommodations, registration and other details visit: www.asmeconferences.org/icef05.
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