Pressure Talks Symposium
Venue: The University of Oxford, Osney Thermo-Fluid Labs
Date: 10th May 2016
Time: 12 pm - 3 pm
The Pressure Talks symposium has been designed to benefit key stakeholders responsible for process, operational, engineering, risk and asset management for pressure and flow control management.
Tailor-made for the utilities, process and oil and gas industries, delegates will gain valuable insight and knowledge transfer from leading design, engineering and application experts including:
Professor Tom Povey
Renowned Professor of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford will introduce world-class research and innovative technology advancements in ● gas dynamics ● heat transfer ● applied fluid dynamics and ● innovative pressure and flow regulators.
Global industry expert, Christopher will address key industry challenges and present practical application solutions for pressure and flow control management for:-
- water distribution
- gas transmission
- industrial process control systems
Dr Matt Collins and Dr Ben Hall
Eminent engineering specialists, Dr Matt Collins and Dr Ben Hall will share the latest developments in the mathematical modelling of:-
- gas and liquid flow regulators
- computational flow dynamics highlighting the wider impact for industry
Delegates will also enjoy a rare opportunity to tour the world class Osney Thermo-Fluid Laboratories featuring the latest developments in jet propulsion, space technology and valve design.
Complimentary lunch and refreshments will be provided, please advise of any special dietary, access or travel requirements.
The event runs from 12 pm to 3 pm on the 10th May at the Osney Thermo-Fluids Laboratories, The University of Oxford. The number of delegate places at this event is limited therefore if you would like to join us please urgently register your interest using the following email: email@example.com