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I-ThERM project participated in the Gamma Technologies (GT) Conference 2017, which took place during 9-10 October 2017, in Frankfurt, Germany.

The event brings together plenty of industrial stakeholders, mostly related to the automotive field in which the heat recovery is a topic of paramount relevance. In this two-day conference, Brunel University London was invited to share the modelling experience on waste heat to power conversion systems developed during the project, with a focus on the two-phase expander modelling for trilateral flash cycle applications (WP4 of I-ThERM project), during a presentation with subject : “GT SUITE as a Modeling Tool for Expanders and Pumps for Waste Heat Recovery. Furthermore, flyers related to the I-ThERM Workshop of the 24th of October at Brunel University London were distributed to the audience.

I-ThERM project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 680599.

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I-ThERM present in GT Conference 2017, 9-10 October 2017, Frankfurt, Germany.