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                             CALL FOR PAPERS
                                     
                       ASME Heat Transfer Division
                                     
             ad hoc COMMITTEE ON COMPUTATIONAL HEAT TRANSFER
                                     
     1996 INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CONGRESS & EXPOSITION
                                     
                         Atlanta Hilton & Towers
                             Atlanta, Georgia
                                     
                           November 17-22, 1996

The 1996 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition
will be held at the Atlanta Hilton & Towers in Atlanta, Georgia from
November 17 to 22, 1996.  Sessions sponsored by the Heat Transfer
Division of ASME will be held during the first part of the week,
beginning Sunday.  The ad hoc Committee on Computational Heat Transfer
is sponsoring three (3) sessions.  The session titles and organizers
(with email addresses) are:

     Inverse Problems in Heat Transfer (with K-12)
      Keith Woodbury (woodbury@me.ua.edu), Ben Blackwell, and Jim Beck

     Multidisciplinary Design Optimization in Heat Transfer (with K-12)
      Christina Amon (amon@amonra.me.cmu.edu)
      
     Benchmark Problem in Computational Heat Transfer
      Darrell Pepper (pepperu@nye.nscee.edu), Juan Heinrich, Ben Blackwell

If you wish to submit an abstract for consideration, please complete
the information on the following page and submit THREE (3) copies of
the original Abstract (including to which ad hoc Session the abstract
is responding) to Dr. G. P. Peterson AND ONE (1) copy to the
designated ad hoc Committee Session Organizer (see attached Abstract
Submission Form).  Dr. Peterson is the Technical Program
Representative for the '96 IMECE; his address is:

     Dr. G.P. Peterson
     IMECE Technical Program Chair
     Department of Mechanical Engineering
     Texas A&M University
     College Station, Texas 77843-3123

     ph:  (409) 845-5337
     Fax: (409) 845-3081
     email:    gppeterson@mengr.tamu.edu

                  SCHEDULE OF IMPORTANT DATES

Abstract submission Deadline is: January 15, 1996.

Notice of acceptance will be made by February 15, 1996.

Completed manuscripts for accepted abstracts are due by March 31, 1996.

Notice of paper acceptance will be by April 15, 1996.

Final mats must be received by July 1, 1996.

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                         BENCHMARK PROBLEM

Specific Benchmark Info: Contact Dr. Darrell Pepper (address is below)
directly for a detailed problem statement for this year's Heat Transfer
Benchmark Problem.
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                       ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM
          ad hoc COMMITTEE ON COMPUTATIONAL HEAT TRANSFER
1996 INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CONGRESS & EXPOSITION

Corresponding Author's Full Name and Address:______________________________

___________________________________________________________________________

Corresponding Author's Phone: (        )________________________________
                       FAX:   (        )________________________________
                       email: __________________________________________

Author('s) Name(s):__________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________

Abstract Title:______________________________________________________________

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SPECIFIC ad hoc SESSION TITLE FOR ABSTRACT'S CONSIDERATION:__________________

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Send 3 copies, by January 15, 1996 to:

     Dr. G.P. Peterson
     IMECE Technical Program Chair
     Department of Mechanical Engineering
     Texas A&M University
     College Station, Texas 77843-3123

AND 1 copy to the appropriate Session Organizer:

- Inverse Problems in Heat Transfer
     Dr. Keith Woodbury
     Department of Mechanical Engineering
     University of Alabama
     PO Box 870276
     Tuscaloosa, AL  35487-0276

     woodbury@me.ua.edu
     (205) 348-1647
     (205) 348-6419 FAX

- Multidisciplinary Design Optimization in Heat Transfer
     Dr. Christina Amon
     Department of Mechanical Engineering
     Carnegie Mellon University
     Pittsburgh, PA  15213-3890

     (412) 268-3651
     (412) 268-3348 FAX
     amon@amonra.me.cmu.edu

- Benchmark Problem in Computational Heat Transfer
     Darrell Pepper 
     Department of Mechanical Engineering
     4505 Maryland Parkway
     University of Nevada-Las Vegas
     Las Vegas, NV  89154-4027

     (702) 895-1056
     (702) 895-3936 FAX
     pepperu@nye.nscee.edu

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                                 ABSTRACT
                            (Limit, 500 words)

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Authors:


Abstract:


woodbury@me.ua.edu, December 1995