Latest Research Featured in ASHRAE’s Archival Research Journal: HVAC&R Research
HVAC&R Research offers comprehensive reporting of research in the fields of environmental control for the built environment and cooling technologies for a wide range of applications and related processes and concepts, including underlying thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, and heat transfer. Only works reporting on research that is original and of lasting value are accepted for publication. Included in the ISI Web of Science and Current Contents databases, HVAC&R Research is ASHRAE's archival research journal, published by Taylor & Francis Group on behalf of ASHRAE.
Each issue of HVAC&R Research contains 150+ pages, with 8 issues published online and combined twice a year in print (June and December). Also, using Taylor & Francis' early online-publication system, iFirst, accepted articles will be published online in unedited form within 7 days of receipt, bringing new knowledge to researchers in the shortest possible time.
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Table of Contents
Volume 18, Issue 6, December 2013
Did someone set the air on Artic? The widespread problem of over-air-conditioning
Two-phase frictional pressure drops in U-bends and contiguous straight tubes for different refrigerants, orientations, tube, and bend diameters: Part 1. Experimental results (RP-1444)
Two-phase frictional pressure drops in U-bends and contiguous straight tubes for different refrigerants, orientations, tube, and bend diameters: Part 2. New models (RP-1444)
A study of pre-cooling impacts on peak demand limiting in commercial buildings
Experimental and theoretical investigation of thermoacoustic prime mover
Infiltration as ventilation: Weather-induced dilution
Individual control of a personalized ventilation system integrated with an ambient mixing ventilation system
Optimal coordination of heat pump compressor and fan speeds and subcooling over a wide range of loads and conditions
A procedure for predicting pressure loss coefficients of duct fittings using computational fluid dynamics (RP-1493)
Thermal environment in indoor spaces with under-floor air distribution systems: Part 1. Impact of design parameters (RP-1522)
Thermal environment in indoor spaces with under-floor air distribution systems: Part 2. Determination of design parameters (RP-1522)