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 19, Issue 6, Aug 2013
Plagiarism Scanning of HVAC&R Submissions: Making Sure Your Paper is in the Clear
- Characteristic effectiveness curves for falling-film drain water heat recovery systems
- Combining liquid desiccant dehumidification with a dew-point evaporative cooler: A design analysis, Jason Woods & Eric Kozubal
- Introduction to hydrofluoro-olefin alternatives for high global warming potential hydrofluorocarbon refrigerants
- A systematic approach for evaluation of gas-phase filter model
- A novel artificial bee colony algorithm for HVAC optimization problems
- Design and analysis of an original multi-bed dehumidifier used for air-conditioning prototype powered by solar energy
- Energy and exergy analysis of absorption–compression hybrid air-conditioning system
- Cost optimization for a large-scale hybrid central cooling plant with multiple energy sources under a complex electricity cost structure