• KAUST Research Conference: Combustion in Extreme Conditions

KAUST Research Conference
Combustion in Extreme Conditions

March 5-8, 2018

Invited SpeakersProfile Details

Robert Dibble
Robert Dibble Professor of Mechanical Engineering
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology


​Dr. Dibble is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering here at KAUST. Prof. Dibble’s interests include laser diagnostics in turbulent reactive flows, generation of "green" fuels from biomass, including ethanol and bioDiesel mitigation of greenhouse gases, highest efficiency and lowest pollution combustion of fuels derived from biomass, combustion issues related to global warming, conversion of waste heat to power via Organic Rankine Cycle ( ORC ), spectroscopy, chemical kinetics, turbulent combustion, optics and electronics. Combustion in turbine engines, combustion of oxygenates and biodeisel fuel in diesel engines. Combustion in new engine concept of Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition ( HCCI ).

All sessions by Robert Dibble

  • Day 4Wednesday, March 7th
11:15 am

Extreme Combustion with Working Fluids of Argon (the Dibble Cycle) and of Carbon Dioxide (the Allam Cycle)

Level 0 lecture hall between Al-Jazri and Al-Kindi (buildings 4 and 5)

KAUST 11:15 - 11:45 Details