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8TH PIN MEETING

BHR GROUP, CRANFIELD, 14 NOVEMBER 2002. MEETING MINUTES

The 8th PIN meeting was hosted by BHR Group in the Library at Cranfield University on 14 November 2002. The attendance was 58. Colin Ramshaw welcomed members by referring to the Whittle and Rolls-Royce Trent gas turbines in a nearby hangar as illustrating PI.

Introductory Talks

Colin then introduced Andrew Green, our host, (Agreen@bhrgroup.co.uk) who gave us an interesting overview of BHR Group. The company was founded over 50 years ago and is an independent contract research & development organisation. It covers all aspects of fluid engineering and is a world authority on mixing processes. Other major areas of expertise include process intensification and asset and process management. BHRG works for the chemical industry, utilities, manufacturers etc., and has extensive CFD capabilities. The FMP (Fluid Mixing Processes) programme is its largest single project, with more than 35 industrial supporters world- wide.

Andrew then told us about the new alliance between his company and CSIRO, the premier Australian research organisation, which will explore joint activities in fluid dynamics and fluids engineering.

He then reminded us of the call for papers for the 5th PI for the Chemical Industry Conference, to be held in Maastricht on 13-15 October 2003. See www.bhrgroup.com or contact Catronia Pile on cpile@bhrgroup.com

David Reay (DAReay@aol.com) then updated members on PIN activities since the last meeting. His presentation is available on the PIN web site, but highlights included the fact that sponsors have provided adequate funding to operate PIN until April 2003, and we hope to sign up the DTI and CCFRA (Food Research Association) as sponsors soon. (New sponsors are invited, contact David). PIN membership has expanded to 320, of which more than 60% are from industry and over 25% outside the UK. A survey of PI views carried out by MSc students at Heriot-Watt University is now available on the PIN web site – www.ncl.ac.uk/pin/

The recognition of the importance of PI is evident from the selection of four experts in the field at Newcastle, Colin Ramshaw, Roshan Jachuck, Kamelia Boodhoo and David, to serve as members of the new EPSRC College of Referees. The UK is also active in taking PI to Europe via the EC 6th Framework Programme – both BHRG and Newcastle University submitted Expressions of Interest for Integrated Projects (BHRG) and Networks of Excellence (N/C Univ.). Newcastle will also host the 1st Int. Symposium on PI & Miniaturisation in August 2003 – contact Galip Akay on Galip.Akay@ncl.ac.uk (See Pin Web Site for David’s Powerpoint presentation)

Technical Presentations

The FlexReactor: Appropriately, Andrew Green gave the first technical presentation, his subject being the Flex Reactor. Andrew saw PI as “a step change in product, process and business

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