Next Rankine Conference Scheduled for July 2020

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The Rankine 2020 – Advances in Cooling, Heating and Power Generation conference will take July 26-29 in Glasgow, UK.  Now the organizers announced the call for authors interested in submitting papers for the event is open until mid-September.

With an expected 120 papers upwards, the conference will feature a series of invited Keynote Speakers presenting and unique overviews of the issues, paving the way for future research in the area.

The conference is bringing together the disciplines of Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) and Refrigeration, Air-Conditioning, and Heat Pumps (RACHP) to encourage the flow of ideas between both fields. Rankine 2020 – Advances in Cooling, Heating and Power Generation will not only cover William Rankine’s legacy in science and engineering but also look to the future by offering a forum where experts in refrigeration, air conditioning, heat pumps, and power generation can come together to address their common challenges.

This three-day conference will feature the most recent promising research and development in these fields. Also, it will look at their roles in moving the world forward towards a future that delivers heating, cooling, and power in a way that is efficient, sustainable and more environmentally friendly.  It is being held jointly with the Knowledge Centre on Organic Rankine Cycle technology (KCORC) who will provide experts in Organic Rankine Cycle developments.

The program will feature short courses, workshops and social events that make th...

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