European Committee for the Advancement of Thermal Sciences and Heat Transfer (EUROTHERM)
1986-10-16 Brussels Belgium
Formally launched 16 Oct 1986, Brussels (Belgium), following decision of European scientific communities working in the field of thermal science and its applications at 8th International Heat Transfer Conference, 21 Aug 1986, San Francisco CA (USA). Derives from H-XD3512 - European Heating Boilers Association (EBA), set up 1980, Århus (Denmark), by merger of H-XH3550 - European Association of Producers of Cast Iron Heating Materials, formed in 1959, with H-XH5201 - European Association of Steel Heating Boiler Manufacturers, created in 1960, with the provisional denomination UECCA - CEFACEF.
Promote and foster European cooperation in thermal sciences and heat transfer by supporting the organization and coordination of seminars and conferences in the field.
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