UPCOMING WORKSHOP - 15th WPC in 2020
Presenters and participants at the 15th Workshop on Pyrotechic Combustion Mechanisms
J Campos (2.fl), M Suceska (3.fl standing back), K. Hack (7.fr, standing back), S. Kelzenberg (9.f.r. standing back)
Round Robin Program:
If you are interested to participate with yet another Thermochemical & Kinetics Code (not given below) please download the program and contact us at email@example.com
+++ Codes & Presenters +++
Ernst-Christian Koch, Lutradyn
Sebastian Knapp, Fraunhofer ICT
D-67661 Kaiserslautern (Hohenecken)
THERMITES - VERSATILE ENERGETIC MATERIALS
Photo von A. Koleczko
Z. Doorenbos (2. v.l.), C. Weinhold (6.v. l, hintere Reihe), B. Proud ((. v.l., vordere Reihe), A. Kuhl (13. v. l), L. Catoire,(7.v.r, vordere Reihe), M. Comet (1.v.r). Es fehlen A. Gromov und V. Weiser
International Advisory Board
The Workshop on Pyrotechnic Combustion Mechanisms (WPC) has been founded in 2004. This occurred in an effort to provide a forum for scientists, engineers and technicians working in the field to facilitate an intensified exchange of ideas on the combustion mechanisms of pyrotechnic and other energetic materials. Since then the workshop is held intermittently adjacent to topically related conferences or seminars.
The workshop typically commences around 8 am with a get-together breakfast in the conference room, offering the opportunity to register and to meet with the presenters and other participants. Starting at 9 am the workshop features presentations of about an hour duration and sufficient time to facilitate discussion between the presenters and audience. Coffee breaks and a lunch break are held in the same room to avoid spread-out and unnecessary interruption of streams of thoughts. The workshop closes with a wrap-up session and dissemination of the presentations to the participants on a flash drive.
To get an idea about the concept access the free-of-charge proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Pyrotechnic Combustion Mechanisms down below on this page.
To obtain individual reports please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org For the full list of presentations see the document below.