Analysis based on EU Regulation No 517/2014 of new HFC/HFO mixtures as alternatives of high GWP refrigerants in refrigeration and HVAC systems

@inproceedings{MotaBabiloni2015AnalysisBO,
  title={Analysis based on EU Regulation No 517/2014 of new HFC/HFO mixtures as alternatives of high GWP refrigerants in refrigeration and HVAC systems},
  author={Adri{\'a}n Mota-Babiloni and Joaqu{\'i}n Navarro-Esbr{\'i} and {\'A}ngel Barrag{\'a}n-Cervera and F. Gal{\'a}n Moles and Bernardo Chuli{\'a} Peris},
  year={2015}
}
The EU Regulation No 517/2014 is going to phase-out most of the refrigerants commonly used in refrigeration and air conditioning systems (R134a, R404A and R410A) because of their extended use and their high GWP values. There are very different options to replace them; however, no refrigerant has yet imposed. In this paper we review and analyze the different mixtures proposed by the AHRI as alternative refrigerants to those employed currently. These mixtures are composed by HFC refrigerants: R32… CONTINUE READING
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