National Conference on Internal Combustion Engines and Combustion

November 1-4 | 2019

National Institute of Technology Kurukshetra | India

Call for Papers

Faculty members/ research scholars/ scientists from India are invited to submit original unpublished research in the topics mentioned below. Research papers should present novel perspectives within the general scope of the conference. The paper length should not exceed 08 pages. All submitted papers will be subjected to a "Plagiarism check" by Turnitin Software. Papers achieving less than 20% similarity score will only be sent for the formal review. To submit the manuscript, the authors are requested to use the easy chair link (Easy Chair Link). Guidelines for the preparation of the full-length paper and online submission will be soon provided on the conference website.

Submission Guidelines

All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. All papers will be reviewed by Technical Review Committee members and other experts active in the field to ensure high quality and relevance to the conference. Submissions should include title, abstract, 5-10 keywords, and be in PDF format. Each submission must not exceed 8 pages in the Springer publications format with 10 point font, including tables, figures, and references. All submitted papers will be subjected to a "Plagiarism check" by Turnitin Software. Papers achieving less than 20% similarity score will only be sent for the formal review. Please refer Springer Guidelines for Authors and Disclaimer text before submitting the paper.

Conference Themes
• Aerospace combustion
• Laminar premixed and diffusion flames
• Air breathing engines
• Material synthesis
• Bio-fuel cook-stoves
• Ignition
• Carbon sequestration
• Mechanism reduction
• Chemical kinetics
• Methanol economy
• Combustion dynamics and instabilities
• New combustion technologies
• Detonations and explosions
• Numerical methods for reacting flows
• Diagnostics
• Quenching
• Droplet evaporation and burning
• Real gases, supercritical combustion
• Exhaust emissions
• Software engineering for combustion applications, code coupling
• Fire Research
• Solid Fuel Combustion
• Gas turbine and rocket engine combustion
• Spray, droplet, and supercritical combustion
• HCCI/PCCI
• Stationary combustion systems
• Heterogeneous combustion
• Supersonic combustion
• High ash content coal gasification
• Turbulent flames
• High performance computing of combustion applications

Important Mention

All peer reviewed and accepted papers of NCICEC 2019 will be sent for publication in SCOPUS indexed lecture series in Mechanical Engineering published by Springer. Review papers will be considered for oral presentations only. Kindly visit the conference website (www.ncicec2019.org) for latest updates and information regarding publication partners.



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