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Heat Transfer Committee

The IGTI Heat Transfer Committee (ASME K-14) focuses on heat transfer in gas turbines and represents the gas turbine community to ASME's Heat Transfer Division. This is a PRIVATE group. Requests from...
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Call for Nominations - IGTI Technology Awards

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS

Industrial Gas Turbine Technology Award

The ASME IGTI Industrial Gas Turbine Technology Award recognizes sustained personal creative scientific or technological contributions unique to electric power or mechanical drive industrial gas turbine technology. Eligible areas of accomplishment are gas turbine design, application, operations/maintenance, and research/development/deployment, performed in an industrial, academic or research laboratory environment in one or more of the following fields:
• Combustion, Fuels, & Emissions Abatement
• Controls
• Diagnostics
• Electric Power Plant Integration
• Fluid Dynamics & Thermal Sciences
• Operation, Maintenance, & Life Cycle Cost
• Manufacturing, Materials, & Metallurgy
• Structures & Dynamics
• Thermodynamic Cycles
• Turbomachinery

The Industrial Gas Turbine Technology Award will include an opportunity to deliver a lecture or present an invited technical paper on the work for which the award is being bestowed, at ASME Turbo Expo in Charlotte, North Carolina in June 2017. The recipient of the award will very desirably, but not necessarily, be a member of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The award will be made to a single individual.

Nominating and supporting letters for the Industrial Gas Turbine Technology Award should be sent by October 15, 2016 to:

ASME Gas Turbine Segment
11757 Katy Freeway, Suite 380
Houston, Texas 77079 USA 
igtiawards@asme.org

Nominating letters should contain all information on the nominee's relevant qualifications. The Award Committee will not solicit or consider materials other than those described below. The selection committee will hold nominations active for a period of three years.

A minimum of two supporting letters from individuals, other than the nominator, must accompany the nominating letter. Supporting letters should reflect peer recognition of the nominee's breadth of experience with various aspects of industrial gas turbine technology.

Aircraft Engine Technology Award

The ASME IGTI Aircraft Engine Technology Award recognizes sustained personal creative contributions to aircraft gas turbine engine technology. Eligible areas of accomplishment are aircraft engine design, and/or research and development performed in an industrial, academic or research laboratory environment in one or more of the following fields:
• Aircraft Engine Propulsion
• Airframe-Propulsion Integration
• Combustion & Fuels
• Controls
• Diagnostics
• Heat Transfer
• Manufacturing Materials & Metallurgy
• Structures & Dynamics
• Turbomachinery

The Aircraft Engine Technology Award will include an opportunity to deliver a lecture or present an invited technical paper on the work for which the award is being bestowed, at ASME Turbo Expo in Charlotte, North Carolina in June 2017. The recipient of the award will very desirably, but not necessarily, be a member of The American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The award will be made to a single individual.

Nominating and supporting letters for the Aircraft Engine Technology Award should be sent by October 15, 2016 to:

ASME Gas Turbine Segment
11757 Katy Freeway, Suite 380
Houston, Texas 77079 USA 
igtiawards@asme.org

Nominating letters should contain all information on the nominee's relevant qualifications. The Award Committee will not solicit or consider materials other than those described below. The selection committee will hold nominations active for a period of three years.

A minimum of two supporting letters from individuals, other than the nominator, must accompany the nominating letter. Supporting letters should reflect peer recognition of the nominee's breadth of experience with various aspects of industrial gas turbine technology.

For questions, please contact:
ASME International Gas Turbine Institute (IGTI)
11757 Katy Freeway, Suite 380
Houston, Texas 77079 USA
Tel: +1-281-810-5457
Email: igti@asme.org
http://go.asme.org/IGTI