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HEAT EXCHANGE ENGINEERING MIDDLE EAST 2014

The conference will bring together process and production engineers, plant managers, exchanger designers, energy efficiency managers, fabricators, maintenance engineers, equipment suppliers, researchers and related technical specialists.

The theme of the conference is the application of heat exchange technology to enhance the profitability of large-scale process plants. The focus will be on increasing throughput, lowering energy use, reducing downtime, increasing reliability, lowering environmental emissions. The papers to be presented are by invitation from leading industrial experts from around the world.

Conference delegates will also have the opportunity to participate and visit the Heat Exchange Engineering Exhibition and meet exchanger manufacturers, suppliers of thermal and mechanical design services, software providers, system and integration engineers, control and maintenance equipment engineers and specialist publishers.
The exhibition provides a comprehensive showcase of services, products and the latest technological developments from around the world together with the opportunity to network, share and learning from other technical specialists.

SUBMISSION OF PAPERS
Contributors are invited to submit papers on subjects relating to best practice in the design, operation, construction and maintenance of industrial heat exchangers, system design optimisation and control. Wherever possible the papers should include case studies illustrating the practical application of the subject matter.

All conference papers, except keynote papers, will have a short presentation and poster facilities. There will be an open poster forum running alongside the conference serving as a discussion focus during coffee breaks.

The extended deadline for the receipt of Abstracts is Wednesday 30th of April 2014. Please send an email with your name and contact details along with 250 words of your abstract, typewritten in English to info@ttmprojects.com

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