17.06.2013 10:00 Age: 5 yrs
Category: REHVA event

Fourth Conference on Thermophysical Properties and Transfer Processes of Refrigerants


Delft, The Netherlands, Conference website. More information.



Abstracts submitted / Manuscripts due soon!

The International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR), the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), the Royal Dutch Association of Refrigeration (KNVvK) and the Dutch Association of Contractors and Suppliers of Refrigeration and HVAC Applications (NVKL) are proud to inform you that the organization has accepted 80 abstracts about the topics of the Conference: Thermophysical Properties and Transfer Processes of Refrigerants. We kindly ask the authors to remember that the deadline to submit the complete manuscripts for review is approaching: January 15, 2013. 

Over the Fourth Conference on Thermophysical Properties and Transfer Processes of Refrigerants

The preliminary conference schedule is as indicated in the following table:



The conference brings together the world’s leading professionals in the field and they will discuss the latest developments in thermophysical and transport properties of (low GWP) refrigerants, heat and mass transfer during condensation, boiling, absorption, energy storage, slurries and supercritical flows, research on the application of nanofluids and magnetic refrigeration, performance of new (low GWP) refrigerants in cycles and more. A workshop on life cycle climate performance will take place Tuesday afternoon during the conference in which world’s best practices relating to energy efficiency and reduction of carbon emissions for what concerns the refrigerant selection will be discussed. 

Life Cycle Climate Performance Evaluation (LCCP) workshop Tuesday (18 June) afternoon

The Dutch Association of Contractors and Suppliers of Refrigeration and HVAC Applications (NVKL) is proud to inform you that their working party KANS will present their advise to the NVKL members for what concerns which refrigerant to apply in the main sectors of the refrigeration industry (supermarket, fruit and vegetables, industry, …). This will be done in the form of a number of contributions during the third meeting of the IIR Working Party “Life Cycle Climate Performance Evaluation” which will take place Tuesday afternoon during the conference. Prof. Hwang from the University of Maryland will chair this workshop.

Information and registration 

More conference information is available through http://www.tptpr2013.nl