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ICPCD 2022

  • ICPCD 2022

    April 18, 2022 – April 21, 2022

    Dear Colleague:

    On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we invite you to take part in the 13th International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations (ICPCD) to be held on April 18–21, 2022 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The Colloquium venue will be in the historical center of St. Petersburg.

    The objective of the Colloquium is to provide a forum to disseminate to the scientific community the international state-of-the-art and advancements made in experimental and computational fundamental and applied studies relevant to propulsion and stationary power systems of new generation operating on controlled detonations of gaseous, liquid, and solid propellants.

    The Colloquium is contemplated as a continuation of the previous twelve colloquia on detonations partly co-sponsored by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research and U.S. Office of Naval Research (“Advances in Experimentation and Computation of Detonations” held in St. Petersburg in 1998; “Control of Detonation Processes” held in Moscow in 2000; “Advances in Confined Detonations” held in Moscow in 2002; “Application of Detonation to Propulsion” held in St. Petersburg in 2004; “Fifth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations (ICPCD)” held in Moscow in 2006; “Sixth ICPCD” held in Moscow in 2008; “Seventh ICPCD” held in St. Petersburg in 2010; “Eighth ICPCD” held in Budva Riviera, Republic of Montenegro in 2012; “Ninth ICPCD” held in Pushkin (St. Petersburg) in 2014, “Tenth ICPCD” held in St. Petersburg in 2016, “Eleventh ICPCD” held in St. Petersburg in 2018, and “Twelfth ICPCD” held in St. Petersburg in 2020.

    The Colloquium-2022 program will include four Technical Sessions:

    (1) Elementary processes in Combustion and Detonation;

    (2) Transient Combustion Phenomena in Various Media;

    (3) Gaseous, Heterogeneous, and Condensed-Phase Detonations; and

    (4) Applications of Fast Combustion Modes and Detonations in Industry and Propulsion.

    Each session will consist of plenary lectures and contributed oral presentations. A Panel Discussion will follow the Technical Sessions.

    The deadline for 1-page abstract submission is October 15, 2021 with the notification of acceptance by November 15, 2021.

    The deadline for condensed (8-page) full manuscript submission is January 25, 2022. As usual, the manuscripts will be published in a book*, which is planned to be available for participants at on-site registration.

    All information on the forthcoming Colloquium will be available at the website www.icpcd.ru by May 15, 2021.

    The Organizing Committee is planning the exciting cultural program for participants and accompanying persons.

    Looking forward to hearing from you,

    Yours sincerely,

     

    Sergey Frolov

    Colloquium Сhair

     

    Previous ICPCD colloquiums

     

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    Уважаемый коллега!

    От имени Организационного комитета приглашаем Вас принять участие в 13-м Международном коллоквиуме по импульсной и непрерывной детонации (ICPCD-2022), который пройдет в г. Санкт-Петербург (Россия) в период с 18 по 21 апреля 2022 г. Коллоквиум планируется провести в историческом центре города.

    Цель коллоквиума — собрать представительный международный форум для обсуждения современного состояния, достижений и перспектив в экспериментальном и теоретическом исследовании фундаментальных и прикладных проблем применения управляемого детонационного горения в двигательных и энергетических установках нового поколения на газовом, жидком и твердом топливах.

    Коллоквиум рассматривается как продолжение двенадцати предшествующих коллоквиумов по детонации (Санкт-Петербург, 1998 г.; Москва, 2000 г.; Москва, 2002 г.; Санкт-Петербург, 2004 г.; Москва, 2006 г.; Москва, 2008 г., Санкт-Петербург, 2010 г.; Будва (Республика Черногория), 2012 г.; г. Пушкин, 2014 г.; Санкт-Петербург, 2016, Санкт-Петербург, 2018, Санкт-Петербург, 2020).

    В программе коллоквиума будут предусмотрены научные секции по четырем направлениям:

    1) Элементарные процессы при горении и детонации,

    2) Переходные режимы горения,

    3) Детонация газовых, гетерогенных и конденсированных систем,

    4) Применение быстрых режимов горения и детонации в промышленности и в двигательных установках.

    На секциях будут представлены пленарные лекции, устные и стендовые доклады. По завершении работы секций состоится пленарная дискуссия.

    Конечный срок подачи тезисов докладов (1 стр. на русском и английском языках) — 15 октября 2021 г. Решение о включении докладов в программу коллоквиума будет сообщено авторам до 15 ноября 2021 г.

    Конечный срок подачи полных текстов докладов (8 стр.) — 25 января 2022 г. Тексты докладов будут опубликованы до начала конференции в виде книги* с выделенным номером ISBN.

    Вся информация по предстоящему коллоквиуму будет доступна на сайте www.icpcd.ru до 15 мая 2021 г.

    Как и на всех предшествующих коллоквиумах, организационный комитет предусмотрит увлекательную культурную программу для участников и сопровождающих лиц.

    С наилучшими пожеланиями,

    Фролов Сергей Михайлович

    Председатель коллоквиума

     

    *The books related to previous colloquia are listed below:

    *Список книг по материалам предыдущих коллоквиумов:

    1.     Advances in experimentation and computation of detonations / Eds. G. D. Roy, S. M. Frolov, K. Kailasanath, N. N. Smirnov. — Moscow, ENAS Publs., 1998. 144 p.

    2.     Gaseous and heterogeneous detonations: Science to applications / Eds. G. D. Roy, S. M. Frolov, K. Kailasanath, N. N. Smirnov. — Moscow: ENAS Publs., 1999. 384 p.

    3.     Control of detonation processes / Eds. G. D. Roy, S. M. Frolov, D. Netzer, A. A. Borisov. —Moscow: ELEX-KM Publs., 2000. 240 p.

    4.     High-speed deflagration and detonation: Fundamentals and control / Eds. G. D. Roy, S. M. Frolov, D. Netzer, A. A. Borisov. — Moscow: ELEX-KM Publs., 2001. 384 p.

    5.     Advances in confined detonations / Eds. G. D. Roy, S. M. Frolov, R. Santoro, S. A. Tsyganov. — Moscow: Torus Press, 2002. 312 p.

    6.     Confined detonations and pulse detonation engines / Eds. G. D. Roy, S. M. Frolov, R. Santoro, S. A. Tsyganov. — Moscow, Torus Press, 2003. 384 p.

    7.     Application of detonation to propulsion / Eds. G. Roy, S. Frolov, J. Shepherd. — Moscow: Torus Press, 2004. 328 p.

    8.     Pulse and continuous detonation propulsion / Eds. G. Roy, S. Frolov. — Moscow: Torus Press, 2006. 286 p.

    9.     Pulse and continuous detonations / Eds. G. D. Roy, S.M. Frolov, J.O. Sinibaldi. — Moscow: Torus Press, 2006. 376 p.

    10.     ?мпульсные детонационные двигатели / Под ред. С. М. Фролова. — М.: Торус Пресс, 2006, 592 с.

    11.     Deflagrative and detonative combustion / Eds. G. Roy, S. Frolov. — Moscow: Torus Press, 2010. 520 p.

    12.     Transient combustion and detonation phenomena: Fundamentals and applications / Eds. G. D. Roy, S. M. Frolov. — Moscow: Torus Press, 2014. 696 p.

    13.     Progress in detonation physics / Eds. S. M. Frolov, G. D. Roy. — Moscow: Torus Press, 2016. 368 p.

    14.     Advances in pulsed and continuous detonations / Ed. S. M. Frolov. — Moscow: Torus Press, 2019. 448 p.

    15.     Progress in detonation research / Ed. S. M. Frolov. — Moscow: Torus Press, 2020. 96 p.

ICPCD 2020

  • ICPCD 2020

    October 19, 2020 – October 22, 2020

    On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we invite you to take part in the 12th International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations (ICPCD) to be held on October 19–22, 2020 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The Colloquium venue will be in the historical center of St. Petersburg.

    The objective of the Colloquium is to provide a forum to disseminate to the scientific community the international state-of-the-art and advancements made in experimental and computational fundamental and applied studies relevant to propulsion and stationary power systems of new generation operating on controlled detonations of gaseous, liquid and solid propellants.

    The Colloquium is contemplated as a continuation of the previous eleven colloquia on detonations partly co-sponsored by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research and US Office of Naval Research (“Advances in Experimentation and Computation of Detonations” held in St. Petersburg in 1998; “Control of Detonation Processes” held in Moscow in 2000; “Advances in Confined Detonations” held in Moscow in 2002; “Application of Detonation to Propulsion” held in St. Petersburg in 2004; “Fifth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in Moscow in 2006; “Sixth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in Moscow in 2008; “Seventh International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in St. Petersburg in 2010; “Eight International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in Budva Riviera, Republic of Montenegro in 2012; “Ninth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in Pushkin (St. Petersburg) in 2014), “Tenth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in St. Petersburg in 2016, and “Eleventh International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in St. Petersburg in 2018.

    The Colloquium-2020 program will include four Technical Sessions:

    (1) Chemical Kinetics of Combustion and Detonation;

    (2) Transient Combustion Phenomena in Various Media;

    (3) Gaseous, Heterogeneous, and Condensed-Phase Detonations; and

    (4) Applications of Fast Combustion Modes and Detonations in Industry and Propulsion.

    Each session will consist of plenary lectures and contributed oral presentations. A Panel Discussion will follow the Technical Sessions.

    The deadline for 1-page abstract submission is August 1, 2020 with the notification of acceptance by August 15, 2020.

    The deadline for condensed (8-page) full manuscript submission is September 1, 2020. The manuscripts will be published in a book, which is planned to be available for participants at on-site registration.

    All information on the forthcoming Colloquium will be available at the website www.icpcd.ru by October 15, 2019.

    As usual, the Organizing Committee is planning the exciting cultural program for participants and accompanying persons.

    Looking forward to hearing from you,

    Yours sincerely,

     

    Sergey Frolov

    Colloquium Сhair

     

     

    Previous ICPCD colloquiums

ICPCD 2018

  • ICPCD 2018

    September 17, 2018 – September 21, 2018

    Dear Colleague:

    On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we invite you to take part in the 11th International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations (ICPCD) to be held on September 17–21, 2018 in St. Petersburg, Russia. The Colloquium venue will be in the historical center of St. Petersburg.

    The objective of the Colloquium is to provide a forum to disseminate to the scientific community the international state-of-the-art and advancements made in experimental and computational fundamental and applied studies relevant to propulsion and stationary power systems of new generation operating on controlled detonations of gaseous, liquid and solid propellants.

    The Colloquium is contemplated as a continuation of the previous ten colloquia on detonations partly co-sponsored by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research and US Office of Naval Research (“Advances in Experimentation and Computation of Detonations” held in St. Petersburg in 1998; “Control of Detonation Processes” held in Moscow in 2000; “Advances in Confined Detonations” held in Moscow in 2002; “Application of Detonation to Propulsion” held in St. Petersburg in 2004; “Fifth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in Moscow in 2006; “Sixth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in Moscow in 2008; “Seventh International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in St. Petersburg in 2010; “Eight International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in Budva Riviera, Republic of Montenegro in 2012; “Ninth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in Pushkin (St. Petersburg) in 2014), and “Tenth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in St. Petersburg in 2016.

    The Colloquium-2018 program will include four Technical Sessions:

    (1) Chemical Kinetics of Combustion and Detonation;

    (2) Transient Combustion Phenomena in Various Media;

    (3) Gaseous, Heterogeneous, and Condensed-Phase Detonations; and

    (4) Applications of Fast Combustion Modes and Detonations in Industry and Propulsion.

    Each session will consist of plenary lectures and contributed oral presentations. A Panel Discussion will follow the Technical Sessions.

    The deadline for 1-page abstract submission is January 15, 2018 with the notification of acceptance by February 15, 2018.

    The deadline for condensed (8-page) full manuscript submission is March 15, 2018. The manuscripts will be published in a book, which is planned to be available for participants at on-site registration.

    All information on the forthcoming Colloquium will be available at the website www.icpcd.ru by October 15, 2017.

    As usual, the Organizing Committee is planning the exciting cultural program for participants and accompanying persons.

    Looking forward to hearing from you,

    Yours sincerely,

     

    Sergey Frolov,

    Sergey Gubin

    and V.V. Azatyan

    Colloquium Co-Сhairs


    Уважаемый коллега!

    От имени организационного комитета приглашаем Вас принять участие в 11м Международном коллоквиуме по импульсной и непрерывной детонации (ICPCD-2018), который пройдет в г. Санкт-Петербург (Россия) в период с 17 по 21 сентября 2018 г. Коллоквиум планируется провести в историческом центре города.

    Цель коллоквиума – собрать представительный международный форум для обсуждения современного состояния, достижений и перспектив в экспериментальном и теоретическом исследовании фундаментальных и прикладных проблем применения управляемого детонационного горения в двигательных и энергетических установках нового поколения на газовом, жидком и твердом топливах.

    Коллоквиум рассматривается как продолжение десяти предшествующих коллоквиумов по детонации (Санкт-Петербург, 1998 г.; Москва, 2000 г.; Москва, 2002 г.; Санкт- Петербург, 2004 г.; Москва, 2006 г.; Москва, 2008 г., Санкт- Петербург, 2010 г.; Будва (Республика Черногория), 2012 г.; г. Пушкин, 2014 г.; Санкт-Петербург, 2016).

    В программе коллоквиума будут предусмотрены научные секции по четырем направлениям:

    1) Химическая кинетика горения и детонации,

    2) Переходные режимы горения,

    3) Детонация газовых, гетерогенных и конденсированных систем,

    4) Применение быстрых режимов горения и детонации в промышленности и в двигательных установках.

    На секциях будут представлены пленарные лекции, устные и стендовые доклады. По завершении работы секций состоится пленарная дискуссия.

    Конечный срок подачи тезисов докладов (1 стр. на русском и английском языках) – 15 декабря 2017 г. Решение о включении докладов в программу коллоквиума будет сообщено авторам до 15 января 2018 г.

    Конечный срок подачи полных текстов докладов (8 стр.) – 15 марта 2018 г. Тексты докладов будут опубликованы до начала конференции в виде книги с выделенным номером ISBN.

    Вся информация по предстоящему коллоквиуму будет доступна на сайте www.icpcd.ru до 15 октября 2017 г.

    Как и на всех предшествующих коллоквиумах, организационный комитет предусмотрит увлекательную культурную программу для участников и сопровождающих лиц.

    С наилучшими пожеланиями,

    Сергей Михайлович Фролов,

    Сергей Александрович Губин

    и Вилен Вагаршович Азатян

    Сопредседатели коллоквиума


    Previous conference ICPCD 2016: http://www.icpcd.ru/index.php/icpcd

ICPCD 2016

December 15, 2015 Deadline for 1-page abstract submission

January 15, 2016 Notification of paper acceptance

March 15, 2016 Deadline for condensed (4-page) manuscript submission


WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL ICPCD 2016 WEB-SITE!

You are welcome to join us in St. Petersburg, Russia July 4–8, 2016 for the Tenth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations.
The objective of the Colloquium is to provide a forum to disseminate to the scientific community the international state-of-the-art and advancements made in experimental and computational fundamental and applied studies relevant to propulsion and stationary power systems of new generation operating on controlled detonations of gaseous, liquid and solid propellants. The Colloquium is contemplated as a continuation of the previous nine colloquia on detonations co-sponsored by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research and US Office of Naval Research (“Advances in Experimentation and Computation of Detonations” held in St. Petersburg in 1998; “Control of Detonation Processes” held in Moscow in 2000; “Advances in Confined Detonations” held in Moscow in 2002; “Application of Detonation to Propulsion” held in St. Petersburg in 2004; “Fifth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in Moscow in 2006; “Sixth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in Moscow in 2008; “Seventh International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in St. Petersburg in 2010; “Eight International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in Budva Riviera, Republic of Montenegro in 2012; and “Ninth International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations” held in St. Petersburg, Pushkin in 2014. Saint-Petersburg is the Northern capital of Russia, its cultural, historical and architectural center! Saint-Petersburg was named in honor of patron saint of Peter The Great, who founded the city more than 300 years ago and for more than 200 years (till 1917) it was Russian capital. Peter the Great modeled the city after European capitals and it has been referred as Russia's "Window into Europe" for a long time.St.Petersburg is divided into numerous islands by rivers and canals and is often called as the "Northern Venice". Saint-Petersburg together with its palaces, museums, theatres, distant suburbs and their parks is renowned piece of the world's cultural heritage.The Organizing Committee is planning the exciting cultural program for participants and accompanying persons.