This informal networking session will be followed by an evening paper presentation from Ted Perry Award winner Angeles Rivero-Pacho. Angeles will present her practical research in the development of carbon-ammonia adsorption heat pump technology.
This case study presents a piece of award winning research designed to help achieve low carbon heating in domestic buildings. The organisers say that the presentation will provide valuable insights into the area of carbon-ammonia driven heat pump technologies using adsorption cycles.
According to the BSRA, the contents will be particularly valuable for anyone looking for inspiration in the areas of heat pump development, adsorption cycle application and heat exchanger manufacturing.
The event takes place on December 3 beginning at 17.00 at the University of Birmingham – Building Y3, School of Mechanical Engineering. Room McE G26. Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT.
You can register to attend the meeting by visiting here.