The European Turbomachinery Conference ("ETC") is the only scientific event within the EU, covering in depth all fluid dynamics and thermodynamics aspects of turbo-machinery design and operation.
The objectives of ETC are to enhance excellence in this field, to address and improve the technological level and competitiveness of turbo-machinery design products and their operation as part of propulsion systems and energy conversion processes.
EUROTURBO 8, is the eighth in a series of bi-annual conferences started for the first time in 1995 in Erlangen (Germany). This conference is of primary interest to researchers, design engineers, users of turbo-machinery components and to students being trained in presentation and discussion of their first scientific results.
The conference is intended to be a primary driver for technology transfer across Europe in this field through the presentation of the latest developments and best practices.
Enhancing cross-fertilization between the aeronautical field, found in the edge of turbo-machinery technology today and all other fields using turbo-machines. Furthermore, the conference is set up as an integrating element between the Western and Eastern European countries and as an additional mean to foster collaboration in turbo-machinery research at a European level. This conference is an ideal forum to relate and disseminate the results of research projects funded by the European Commission. The conference took place in Graz (Austria), March 2009.
This conference is the only scientific event in the EU, that focusses in depth on fluid dynamics and thermodynamics aspects of turbo-machinery design and operation. Conference presentations regarding new developments and best practices, make it a primary driver for technology transfer across Europe in this field.
Technology transfer across Europe with respect to in the field of fluid dynamics and thermodynamics aspects of turbo-machinery design and operation.
Innovating for the future (technology and behaviour):
- European Transport Research and Innovation Policy
- promoting more sustainable development