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The events, conferences and symposiums organize by the von Karman Institute, except lecture series.

The scope of the conference covers the scientific and engineering outcomes concerning the fluid dynamic, thermodynamic, performance and stability aspects in the design, development and operation of axial, mixed flow and radial turbomachines

EVI-GTI is a membership organisation for the Gas Turbine Instrumentation Community. Created in response to a need for a focal point and greater coherence in the sector, the organisation results from a 3-year EU funded GROWTH project.

In a market place that demands improved engine products, reduced cost of ownership, shorter time to market and with a rapidly growing interest in “by the hour” type service agreements, there is a need for gas turbine manufacturers to focus their attention and resources on core competencies, reduced costs and increased operational flexibility and speed. The resulting use of already limited resources in these areas means that the development of advanced sensors and sensor technologies is likely to shift towards specialists (universities, research organisations and instrumentation supply chain companies) who are innovative, have considerable existing experience and understand the route to commercial exploitation.

EVI-GTI, with its web-based ‘virtual’ infrastructure, spans organisational, cultural and geographical boundaries, improves collaboration and communication, and aids the alignment of strategic aims, enabling the maximisation of resources.

EVI-GTI seeks to serve the whole of the Gas Turbine Instrumentation community:

  • Manufacturers of gas turbine engines and turbo systems
  • Instrumentation supply chain companies
  • Research institutes and universities
  • Users of industrial gas turbines

The conference is a review of the lecture series given in this specific field.

STOThe STO-AVT / VKI Lecture Series are organized with the support of the NATO Science and Technology Organization  (STO). The conference are hold at the von Karman Institute. The proceedings of the conferences are distributed by the STO (former RTO).

Lectures will be given by active specialists drawn from universities, research establishments and industries in Europe and North America. A detailed outline and application form will be prepared approximately four months in advance of each Lecture Series and will be sent to all those on the Institute's mailing list who have expressed an interest in relevant subject areas.

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Upcoming Lecture Series / Events

Jan 22nd - Jan 26th, 2018
Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics
VKI Lecture Series
Jan 29th - Feb 2nd, 2018
Radial Compressor Design and Optimization
VKI Lecture Series
Mar 5th - Mar 7th, 2018
Symposium of VKI PhD Research 2018 - FREE REGISTRATION
VKI conferences
Mar 19th - Mar 20th, 2018
Introductory course to OpenFOAM®
Other event
Mar 21st - Mar 21st, 2018
OpenFOAM® general programming
Other event
Mar 22nd - Mar 22nd, 2018
4th Workshop of Belgian OpenFOAM®
Workshop
Apr 23rd - Apr 27th, 2018
Introduction to optimization and multidisciplinary design
VKI Lecture Series
May 7th - May 9th, 2018
Shallow Flows
VKI Lecture Series
May 14th - May 17th, 2018
Large Eddy Simulation. Theory and Applications
VKI Lecture Series
May 28th - Jun 1st, 2018
Uncertainty Quantification in Computational Fluid Dynamics (STO-AVT 326)
VKI Lecture Series
Jun 4th - Jun 8th, 2018
Multiscale Mutiphase Flows
VKI Lecture Series
Sep 17th - Sep 21st, 2018
Biomass pyrolysis: from fundamental process modeling to industrial biorefinery application
VKI Lecture Series
 
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