Clean and Efficient Combustion (Combustion TCP)
The Combustion TCP carries out experimental and computational research projects related to internal combustion in engines and gas turbines, and furnace combustion.
- Sprays in combustion
- Low-temperature combustion
- Gas turbines
- Gas engines
- Combustion chemistry
- Nanoparticle diagnostics
- Solid fuel combustion
Contracting Parties: 11
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