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Theoretical Analysis of Alternative Supermarket Refrigeration Technologies. The GreenChill Advanced Refrigeration Partnership.
Warm-Liquid Defrost for Commercial Food Display Cases: Experimental Investigation at 32.2 degree Condensing.
Thermodynamic, Energy-Efficient and Economic Criteria for Evaluation of Alternative Refrigerants for Heat Pumps.
Calorimeter Performance Tests of HFC-245ca and HFC-245fa as CFC-11 Replacements.
Screening of Non-CFC Alternatives for High-Temperature Heat Pumps.
Alternatives to CFC-114 in High-Temperature Heat Pumps: Compressor Performance with HFC-236EA and HFC-236FA.
Evaluation of HFE-125 as an R-502 Replacement in Supermarket Low Temperature Refrigeration.
Investigation of HFC-236ea and HFC-236fa as CFC-114 Replacements in High-Temperature Heat Pumps.
Performance Testing of a Semi-Hermetic Compressor with HFC-236ea and CFC-114 at Chiller Conditions.
Performance and Efficiency Evaluations of 11 Non-CFC Refrigerants.
Performance and Efficiency Evaluations of New Fluorinated Ethers, Propanes, and Butanes.
Predictions of Azeotropes Formed from Fluorinated Ethers, Ethanes, and Propanes.
Thermodynamic Evaluation of Predicted Fluorinated Ether, Ethane, and Propane Azeotropes.
Thermodynamic Evaluation of Five Alternative Refrigerants in Vapour-Compression Cycles.
Thermodynamic Evaluation of Fluorinated Ethers, Ethanes, and Propanes as Alternative Refrigerants.
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