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.
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Table of Contents
Volume 19, Issue 2, February 2013
Fourth ASHRAE/NIST Refrigerants Conference: “Moving Towards Sustainability”
- Investigation on temperature range for thermal comfort in nonuniform environment
- An ammonia-water mixture properties correlation for efficient two-phase computations
- Open-loop direct surface water cooling and surface water heat pump systems—A review
- Effect of hydraulic diameter of flow straighteners on turbulence intensity in square wind tunnel
- Theoretical modeling of unsteady buoyancy-driven natural ventilation
- Numerical simulation of refrigerants flowing through short-tube orifices during flashing proces
- A self-validation method for regression models of unitary HVAC equipment based on manufacturers’ data
- Convective boiling of R-134a and R-123 on an enhanced tube bundle with standard pitch (RP-1316)