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The IAHR WorkGroup on "Cavitation and Dynamic Problems in Hydraulic Machinery and Systems" has been established at the 22nd IAHR Symposium on Hydraulic Machinery and Systems, Stockholm, 2004, by merging the three previous working groups within the IAHR Division II - Section 1:Hydraulic Machinery and Systems...
 

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Registration

Please complete this Registration Form to register for the conference online.

If you have any addition questions about event registration, please contact andrej.lipej@guest.arnes.si for more information.

CONTACT INFO

Doc. dr. Andrej Lipej
Faculty of technologies and systems
Na Loko 2, 8000 Novo mesto
SLOVENIA

tel. +386 7 393 00 30
email: andrej.lipej@guest.arnes.si