Volume 36 of the Proceedings of The Combustion Institute (PROCI) will ship by the end of March 2017, later than the earlier announced timeframe of mid to late February. Several issues regarding preparation of the table of contents, color pages, typography, and other publication items have  delayed Elsevier’s publishing process.

Immediate access to individual research papers published in PROCI are currently available online as PDF downloads through Science Direct. Those electronic papers are published with full citation information. Most research libraries and institutions within the international combustion community have active accounts. Researchers not affiliated with a participating institution may purchase access to individual PROCI papers.

Once the print volume of PROCI is published and bound, the first shipment will be sent to those who placed advanced orders during registration for the 36th International Symposium on Combustion in Seoul, Korea. Verified members of a CI Section who did not place an advanced order may contact CI with their name, billing address, and shipping address. Elsevier will then provide a member discount on a print volume.

Proceedings of The Combustion Institute contains forefront contributions in fundamentals and applications of combustion science. For more than 50 years, The Combustion Institute has served as the peak international society for the dissemination of scientific and technical research in the combustion field. In addition to author submissions, PROCI includes CI’s prestigious invited strategic and topical reviews that represent indispensable resources for emergent research in the field. All papers are subjected to rigorous peer review.

Questions pertaining to the delayed publishing of PROCI may be directed to Katherine Eve, Publisher at Elsevier: K.Eve@Elsevier.com. If you placed an advanced order for PROCI and it does not arrive by mid-April 2017, contact the CI office: Office@CombustionInstitute.org.

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