The goal of the symposium is to provide a forum for the exposure and exchange of ideas, methods and results in computational heat transfer. Papers on all aspects of computational heat transfer will be welcome, including, but not limited to:
internal flow and heat transfer - ducts, cavities, compact heat exchangers, etc.
boundary layer flow and heat transfer
single and multiphase flow and heat transfer
solidification and melting
double diffusive convection
turbulent heat transfer, turbulence modelling
combustion, fire modelling
computational solutions and solution methods in CHT
validation of computational solutions
Registration for the Symposium should be made by completing and returning the Registration Form (available in pdf and Word formats. Payment may be made by bank cheque (in Australian dollars) or by credit card. If payment is by credit card, email submission is not recommended as the site is not secure.
The symposium registration fee will be $AU 715, if paid before 1 March 2001, and $AU 825 after that date. This covers participation in all technical sessions, a welcome reception, the symposium dinner, a copy of the Proceedings and GST. The option is available to obtain the Proceedings on CD-ROM instead of, or as well as, a hard copy version, with a small
Full-time students will be eligible for a reduced fee of $AU 220 subject to proof of status (e.g., department head or supervisor's letter), which will cover participation in all technical sessions, a copy of the Proceedings and GST. adjustment in the fee.
The symposium dinner will be held at a most unusual location: the spectacular Rainforest Habitat. Guests will receive pre-dinner drinks (champagne, beer, wine or soft drink) and have a guided tour around the Habitat. Dinner will then be served in the Atrium Restaurant. Additional tickets for the dinner ($AU 110 each, including drinks) for accompanying persons may be ordered by completing the relevant information on the registration form.
NB: See this note on Australian currency and the new Goods and Services Tax (GST).