Combustion engineering Award 2012

Published:  06 December, 2012

Benjamin Myatt (British Sugar Mechanical Engineering Graduate Scheme - Loughborough), has been awarded The Derek Ezra Award 2012 for his dissertation.

The Derek Ezra Award is presented annually to reward outstanding achievement in the study of combustion engineering by a degree course or post-graduate student. The Award is judged by a panel of committee members from the Combustion Engineering Association (CEA).

The Award was made at the annual meeting of the CEA at the House of Lords. The CEA seeks to promote the science of combustion engineering and to promote best practise. The membership comprises the major fuel and energy producers/refiners covering oil, gas and coal, the makers and suppliers of combustion engineering equipment, and academic institutions concerned with the combustion engineering process.

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