Méthode de calcul de la charge autorisée en frigorigènes inflammables.

[In Japanese. / En japonais.]


Although hydrocarbons and lower GWP HFCs are flammable, they are preferable to high GWP HFCs from the perspective of mitigating climate change. Appropriate standards are necessary to utilize these refrigerants so that their flammability risks are minimized. Although standards for the use of flammable refrigerants exist, some reports indicate that the refrigerants can sometimes be ignited even at levels which satisfy the standards. In addition, the theoretical background of these standards is unclear. To promote the development of a more appropriate standard, a more scientific method for calculating the allowable refrigerant charge was established. Because the calculation method was proposed as the foundation for a new international standard, a relatively simple formula was developed, based on experimental and numerical analyses.


  • Titre original : [In Japanese. / En japonais.]
  • Identifiant de la fiche : 2006-0121
  • Langues : Japonais
  • Source : The International Symposium on HCFC Alternative Refrigerants and Environmental Technology 2000: Latest technology for Energy Conservation, Refrigerants and Recycling on Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Equipment for the 21st century. Proceedings.
  • Date d'édition : 07/12/2000


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