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5th IIR International Conference Ammonia Refrigeration Technology

The 5th IIR International Conference Ammonia Refrigeration Technology is to be held on May 9-11, 2013 in Ohrid, R. Macedonia.

The event is organised in conjunction with the International Institute of Refrigeration.

The topics of the conference are: design of modern ammonia systems and technological innovation, improving energy efficiency, low refrigerant charge, safety regulations, various applications in cold stores, food processing, supermarkets, air-conditioning systems, heat pumps and absorption machines.

Speakers include:

Andy Pearson, UK, Star Refrigeration Ltd.: ”Making ammonia refrigeration plants safer”.

Predrag Hrnjak, USA, University of Illinois: “DX ammonia evaporators – flow regimes, charge and heat transfer”.

René van Gerwen, The Netherlands, Unilever Engineering Services: “Past, present and future of ammonia as refrigerant, from a leading industrial end-user perspective”.

Niels Vestergaard, Denmark, Danfoss A/S: “Current and future trends in Ammonia refrigeration systems and control components”.

Franc Kosi, Serbia, University of Belgrade: “Practical experiences of ammonia refrigerating systems in the Balkan region”.

You are cordially invited to participate and to present a paper. Also, this event is an opportunity to know out new information in development of the ammonia refrigerating systems.

www.mf.edu.mk/web_ohrid2013/ohrid-2013.html  

ristoci@ukim.edu.mk

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