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May 2021


The 38th UIT Heat Transfer Conference is upon us: I hope you are not missing this great occasion to meet, even online, each other. As we have received 16 PhD-Thesis and 8 MSc-Thesis, in order to examine them with all due attention, we have decided to award the UIT 2021 Prizes for the best Doctoral and Master Thesis in Thermal-Fluid Dynamics next September on the occasion of our plenary Assembly even in the hope that we might participate in presence.


Thermal effects inside bubbles
From Physics of Fluids.

Understanding supersonic combustion with numerical simulation
From AIP Scilight.

Water needs a little heat before becoming ice
A paper fron Nature Communications featured on Live Science.

Net zero by 2050
A roadmap for the global energy sector released by IEA.

Open-source multi-year power generation, consumption, and storage data in a microgrid
From Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy.

Boiling eggs, radiation damage, and the Arrhenius plot
A Quick Study from Physics Today.

ASME Special Journal Issue dedicated to Prof. Avram Bar-Cohen
Still time to submit, deadline June 15, 2021.

Thermal No.3
The third issue of the Newsletter by ICHMT, AIHTC, ASTFE, AUTSE & EUROTHERM.

CTNE Newsletter
La Newsletter di maggio 2021 del Cluster Tecnologico Nazionale Energia.

This month in history
Birthday of Theodore von  Kármán (11 May 1881), Hungarian-American engineer and physicist.
38th UIT Heat Transfer Conference
The annual UIT Congress will be  a 100% online event. Consequently, the Conference fee has been reduced to € 80,00, to be paid within 04 June 2021.

Coming soon
The new UIT website will be online within few weeks.

Have you missed a bullettin?
Previous issues of UIT News can be read online: click on "View this email in your browser" on top of the mail and then on "Past issues" on the top left.
A list of recently published books from Physics Today.

Why does water shoot higher if we partially block the garden hose outlet?
A fluid dynamics perspective. From American Journal of Physics.

Every life on fire: how thermodynamics explains the origins of living things
A book review from American Journal of Physics.

Thermal simulation tools
A useful list from nanoHUB.

Introduction to engineering simulation
A free course about ANSYS simulation by Cornell University through edX.

Elettrizzatori e celle a combustibile
A webinar from Comsol.
38th UIT Heat Transfer Conference
38th UIT Heat Transfer Conference, online, June 21- 23, 2021

SHTC 2021
ASME Summer Heat Transfer Conference, online, June 16 - 18, 2021

15th International Conference on Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics, Amsterdam, Netherlands, July 26-28,  2021

8th International Conference on Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow, online. August 02-04, 2021

17th UK Heat Transfer Conference, Manchester, UK, September 05-07, 2021

2nd ACTS 2021
2nd Asian Conference on Thermal Sciences, Fukuoka, Japan, October 03-07, 2021

7th World Congress on Momentum, Heat and Mass Transfer, online, October 20-22, 2021

ICTEA 2021
14th International Conference on Thermal Engineering: Theory and Applications, Kuwait City, Kuwait, October 26-28, 2021

2nd International Conference of Fluid Flow and Thermal Science, online, November 24-26, 2021

19th International Topical Meeting on Nuclear Thermal Hydraulics, Brussels, Belgium, March 06-11, 2022

International Symposium on Convective Heat and Mass Transfer, Izmir, Turkey, May 23-28, 2022

10th International Symposium on Turbulence Heat and Mass Transfer, St. Petersburg, Russia, postponed to July 05-08, 2022

17th International Heat Transfer Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, August 08-12, 2022

11th International Conference on Multiphase Flow, Kobe, Japan, postponed April 02-07, 2023
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Amelia Earhart
American aviation pioneer and writer
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