R.A. Antonia, University of Newcastle, Australia
Reynolds number dependence of temperature increments in turbulent flows
R. Borghi, ESM2-IRPHE, Marseilles, France
An overview on structure and modelling of turbulent premixed flames
H. Kawamura, Science University of Tokyo, Japan
DNS of turbulence and heat transport in a channel flow with different Reynolds numbers and boundary conditions
J.M. Owen, University of Bath, UK
Heat transfer in rotating flows
W.C. Reynolds, Stanford University, USA
New directions in turbulence modeling
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Authors are invited to submit 3 copies of an abstract of approximately 600 words, typed double-spaced with supporting illustrations as appropriate, to the Symposium Chairman Prof. Y. Nagano.

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Receipt of abstracts: June 1, 1999
Notification of acceptance: September 1, 1999
Receipt of camera-ready manuscripts:November 1, 1999

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Online Symposium Reply Card and Registration Form
Symposium Reply Card and Registration Form (PDF file)

Before February 29, 2000: ¥ 50,000
After February 29, 2000: ¥ 60,000

Payment should be remitted by bank transfer to THMT-3 NAGOYA Nagano Yasutaka, Bank Account No. 1238482 of Chikusadori Branch, Tokai Bank Ltd., Chikusa-dori 7-22-2, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya 464-0855, Japan. In bank transfers, the remittance costs are at your own expense. Persons or organizations will be billed upon request.
The payment will cover all Symposium materials, lunch for four days, the Symposium banquet, along with coffee and beverages served during the Symposium.

Student fee (excluding the Symposium banquet): ¥ 30,000
Accompanying person fee (excluding the Symposium proceedings): ¥ 10,000

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Date and Venue

The Symposium will be held from April 3 (Mon.) to 6 (Thur.), 2000 at Nagoya Trade and Industry Center (Fukiage Hall), Nagoya, Japan.


Proceedings will be provided to all participants on arrival at the meeting. The proceedings will include all invited papers and accepted contributions received in the final form prior to the given deadline. The Organizing Committee, assisted by the members of the Scientific Advisory Committee, will review all papers to assess their suitability for publication in the proceedings. Additional hard cover copies of the proceedings will be available after the Symposium from the publisher.

Travel and Tourist Information

Nagoya lies between Tokyo and Osaka, two major cities in Japan. All major airline carriers have direct flights to New Tokyo International Airport (Narita), Nagoya International Airport and Kansai International Airport. From Narita there is a railway connection to Tokyo Station, where you can change for the bullet train "Shinkansen" to Nagoya. From Kansai there is also a railway connection to Shin-Osaka or Kyoto station, where you can change for the bullet train to Nagoya. If you fly directly to Nagoya Airport, you are advised to take airport express buses to the Bus center at Nagoya Station or to take a taxi directly to your hotel. Nagoya Trade and Industry Center is about 5 minutes walking distance from Fukiage subway station on the Sakura-dori line. Most hotels are found in Sakae, downtown Nagoya, or in the vicinity of Nagoya Station. In early April, day-time temperature is usually around a pleasant 15C, sometimes slightly colder.

Official Travel Agent

Kinki Nippon Tourist Co., Ltd.
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Kuwayama Bldg. 2F 2-45-19, Meieki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya 450-0002, JAPAN
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