The 1st Sino-Russian Workshop on Low-Carbon/Low-Emission Combustion for Gas Turbine Applications (1st LCEC-GT) was held online from September 24th to 26th, 2021. This workshop was co-organized by Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Prof. Fei Qi, the Secretary for Section Affairs of the Combustion Institute and Prof. Dmitriy Markovich, academician of the Russian Academy of Science served as the Program Co-Chairs of the workshop. Prof. Yuyang Li from School of Mechanical Engineering of Shanghai Jiao Tong University and Prof. Vladimir Dulin from Kutateladze Institute of Thermophysics served as the Executive Co-Chairs. More than sixty participants from China, Russia, Belarus, UK and Sweden attended the workshop. The opening ceremony was hosted by Prof. Yuyang Li.
Prof. Fei Qi and Prof. Dmitriy Markovich delivered welcome speeches on the workshop. Nine plenary speeches were delivered respectively by Prof. Min Zhu (Tsinghua University), Prof. Sergey Frolov (Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics), Prof. Aleksey Sipatov (JSC “UEC-Aviadvigatel”), Prof. Kun Luo (Zhejiang University), Prof. Andrei Lipatnikov (Chalmers University of Technology), Prof. Zhuyin Ren (Tsinghua University), Prof. Oleg Penyazkov (A. V. Luikov Heat and Mass Transfer Institute), Prof. Alexey Burluka (Northumbria University) and Prof. Yuyang Li (Shanghai Jiao Tong University).
Chinese and Russian Scholars also presented 8 keynote lectures and 16 invited lectures, introducing the advanced laser combustion diagnostics, laminar flames and combustion kinetics of low-carbon fuels, numerical simulation and prediction models of pollutant emissions and thermoacoustic oscillation, advanced low-carbon/low-emission combustion technologies, and other cutting-edge research results.. The workshop also set up a discussion session to conduct in-depth discussions on issues such as the leading edge of low-carbon fuel combustion, future trend of gas turbine combustion technologies and potential collaborations in combustion between China and Russia.
This workshop is in line with the carbon peak and carbon neutral background, provides a platform for participating experts to exchange research progresses and novel ideas, and lays a foundation for deepening the cooperation in the combustion field between China and Russia, and is conducive to promoting the development of gas turbine combustion research.
Source: Institute of Advanced Energy and Powertrain Technology