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Regulated CFCs and their alternatives.

Author(s) : STEPHAN K., KRAUSS R.


CFCs are major contributors to the depletion of the ozone layer and they also contribute to the greenhouse effect. A review is given of their regulations and current applications, as well as their possible environmentally acceptable replacements. A set of statistics is presented of publications on thermophysical properties of HFCs and HCFCs. The transport properties of R134a are presented in the form of correlation equations and tables, based on a recent evaluation and correlation of the viscosity and thermal conductivity for a wide range of pressures and temperatures.

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  • Original title: Regulated CFCs and their alternatives.
  • Record ID : 1994-0079
  • Languages: English
  • Subject: Regulation
  • Publication date: 1992/11/18
  • Source: Source: C. R. Réun. Paris, IIF/Proc. Paris Meet., IIR
    1992-1; 45-55; 1 fig.; 7 tabl.; 9 ref.
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