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Objectives

 

The conference main objective is to bring together researchers engaged in the application of experimental, analytical, or theoretical thermal and energy engineering. The suggested topics link between conventional and emerging research areas in thermal energy. Papers submitted to the conference will follow peer-review procedures. ICTEA Proceeding will be published in CD-ROM with all accepted and registered papers of the conference and will be indexed in ISI (Thomson Reuters) and SCOPUS and many other indexes. All papers will be uploaded to Ryerson Library Depository and it will have an open access. Extended versions of all regular papers will also be considered for publication in specialized ISI Indexed Journals in the thermal area.

 

Conference topics include but not limited to:

 

 

Advances in Computational Characterization: Multi-Scale Modeling, Multi-Physics Modeling
Multi-Phase Flow and Heat Transfer Heat and mass transfer in the ecosystem
Heat and Mass transfer in Biomedical devices Biofuels and Internal Combustion Engines
Micro/nano Heat Transfer Biological Heat Transfer
Double Diffusive Convection Melting and Solidification
Numerical Methods in Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer Internal Flow and Heat Transfer
Transport Phenomena in Porous Media Environmental Engineering
Enhanced Oil Recovery Polymer Processing Science and Technology
Waste Management and Waste Disposal Heat Transfer with Non-Newtonian Fluid Flow
Energy Management and Energy systems Air Conditioning and Refrigeration
Renewable Energy Micro/nanofluidics and life science application
Novel Materials: Thermal Vias, Heat Spreaders and Thermal Interface Materials Thermal Management in Wireless, Networking, Computing, Lighting, Harsh Environments
Sub-Ambient Cooling: Solid State, Vapor Compression, Absorption, Adsorption Microfabricated Thermal Management Devices and Systems
Single Phase Liquid Cooling
Advances in Experimental Characterization Novel Phase Change Cooling Techniques