About the Conference

This conference is a continuation of the preceding nine conferences that have been held in the name of Asian International Conference on Fluid Machinery. It has developed from the fourth conference (1993) as an Asian International Conference though the start was held in two countries of Japan and China. The fifth to ninth conference were held in Seoul (1997), Johor Bahru (2000). Fukuoka (2003), Yichang (2005) and Jeju (2007).

Asian Fluid Machinery Committee(AFMC) was established during the 9-AICFM 2007 in Jeju, Korea. This committee will be responsible in organizing future AICFM starting with the 10th AICFM 2009 to be held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

At the conference, keynote lectures delivered by worldwide renowned fluid machinery specialists will be made to introduce the outstanding achievements in various fluid machinery areas; for examples, fans and blowers, compressor, pumps, gas and steam turbines, and etc.

This conference is organized by Asian Fluid Machinery Committee and Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia in collaboration with  Instituition of Engineers, Malaysia. Participation of those who are relevant to every facet of fluid machinery R & D will be encouraged.


The objectives of the conference are:

  • To encourage smart partnership between academic and industry
  • To provide platform for sharing of knowledge among researchers in the field of fluid machinery
  • To establish and strengthen Asian regional networking


Who Should Attend

Scholars, researchers, academicians, government agencies, NGOs, related industries in fluid machinery, interested individuals and organizations.

Other Links

Organised by                                                                              Collaboration with

Asian Fluid Machinery Committee(AFMC)

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM)

Institution of Engineers,
Malaysia (IEM)