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The following are some attractions within and near Bath which may interest delegates and accompanying persons before, during and after CHT-12.

Within Bath

  • Royal CrescentBath Preservation Trust, www.bath-preservation-trust.org.uk, which includes the Building of Bath Collection, Beckford’s Tower, No 1 Royal Crescent and the Herschel Museum of Astronomy, as well as links to the BPT Learning website. The Building of Bath Collection’s major exhibition is a private collection of maps of Bath, dating from c. 1600 to the present day, telling the story of the city’s evolution from the medieval city to the Georgian spa and beyond. 
            ©Bath Preservation Trust


£8.00 Within walking distance from the University of Bath. Location.

On the evening of Wednesday 4 July, 5.30-8.30 pm will be the opening of the Bath Americana Music Festival.


Free, but note service times. Location.

Outside Bath

  • Bristol Concert Orchestra (June 30th)
    Programme of works by Sibelius, Bruch, Ravel and Shore.
    Tickets will eventually be available from St Georges
    Please email Andrew Rees ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ) if you are intending to attend, in order that transport may be arranged.

  • S.S. Great Britain The world's first iron-hulled, steam-powered ocean-going ship and built by Brunel. In Bristol. Tickets £12.50. Location.

  • Clifton Suspension Bridge. Brunel's first major commission. Location.

  • Stonehenge. Half day and full day tours. Advance booking essential.

  • Stonehenge. Three-hour tours. Advance booking essential.


Nov. 15, 2011 One page abstracts

Dec. 15, 2011 Notification of abstract acceptance

Jan. 30, 2012 Full text of paper 

Apr. 1, 2012 Paper acceptance subject to amendment

May 1, 2012 Final acceptance

May 21, 2012 Early registration deadline and final payment date for publication in Proceedings 


The goal of the symposium is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, methods and results in computational heat transfer.  Papers on all aspects of CHT
– both fundamental and applied – will be welcome.


The symposium will take place in Bath, England.



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