Past Program

The International Symposium on New Refrigerants and Environmental Technology 2010

-  Latest Technology of Energy Conservation, New Refrigerants and Environment issue on Air conditioning and Refrigeration Equipment including Automotive A/C for lead up to the 21st Century

December 2 (Thursday) - 3 (Friday), 2010
Keynote Address
Shigeharu Minagawa, Deputy Director, Ozone Layer Protection Policy Office, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan
Stephen R. Yurek, President and CEO, The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and. Refrigeration Institute, U.S.A.
Energy Conservation
Motoshi Matsushita, Sharp Corporation, Japan
Advanced Switch between Sensorless Sinusoidal Wave Drive and Rectangular Wave Drive for Performance Optimization in Air-Conditioner Compressor
Ryuji Kitano, Toshiba Carrier Corporation, Japan
Technology of Energy-saving and Cost Reduction on Heat Exchanger for Air Conditioner
Tadashi Saito, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
Energy Saving by Room Air Conditioner
Satoshi Nikaido, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan
Optimal Control Method of Heat Source System with Centrifugal Chillers
Akihiro Takeuchi , Toshiba Carrier Corporation, Japan
Evaluation of Energy Efficiency of Air-Conditioner with Dual Compressor at low load
Masaki Ohtsuka, Yukisige Shiraichi , Sharp Corporation, Japan
Effects of Air-Conditioner with an Enveloping-Airflow on Sense of Fatigue and Comfort
Akimasa Yokoyama, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Japan
Variable speed centrifugal chiller with optimal control for independent two refrigerant circuits
Environment issue
Andrea Voigt, European Partnership for Energy and the Environment(EPEE), Belgium
The European Context - An Overview of Current and Upcoming EU Legislation for the HVACR Sector -
Masato Sakui, Environmental Planning Committee, JRAIA, Japan
Susumu Ishii, JARAC, Japan?
JRAIA and JARAC Established Guideline for Prevention of Refrigerants Emission
Norihiro Itsubo, Tokyo City University, Japan
Norio Baba, Refrigerants Recycling Promotion and Technology Center(RRC), Japan
LCA Comparison of Refrigerant Reclamation and Destruction Applying LIME Method
Manabu Yoshimi, Daikin Industries Co., Ltd., Japan
The State of the Art Remote Refrigerant Leak Detection System for Variable Refrigerant Volume Air Conditioners
Takeshi Ishii, Sanyo Electric Co., Ltd., Japan
The development of refrigerant leakage detection system for commercial refrigeration
Masahide Sumi, Asada Corporation , Japan
Latest Refrigerant Leak Detection Technology and Effective Leak Prevention Measure
Heat Pump
Michiyuki Saikawa, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry,? Japan
Role and Challenges of Electric Driven Compression Heat Pump
Kimitaka Kadowaki, Mayekawa Mfg. Co., Ltd., Japan
Development of a Kiln Dried Wood System using CO2 Heat Pump? Technology
Heat Pump Technology Study Group, JRAIA, Japan
Consideration of Heat Pump Technology
Lubricants and Compressors
Ryo Ohta, Hitachi, Ltd. Materials Research Laboratory, Japan
Properties of Refrigerant / Oil Mixture for Low GWP Refrigerants
Tatsuya Sasaki, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Japan
Tribology Characteristics of HFO and HC Refrigerants with Immiscible Oils - Effect of Refrigerant with Unsaturated bond
Atsushi SAKUDA, Home Appliances Company, Panasonic Corporation, Japan
Development of the clearance control technology for CO2 scroll compressor
Masatsugu Chikano, Hitachi, Ltd., Japan
Visualization of Flow in Scroll Compressor by Radiography
Giacomo Pisano, DORIN S.p.A (DORIN on behalf of ASERCOM), Italy
Energy Efficiency and Natural Refrigerants: European Trends relating to RAC Compressor Industry
Rikako Nakamura, Japan Sun Oil Company, Ltd., Japan
Development of compressor oils for the future refrigerant, HFO-1234yf - Study of chemical stability test -
Joe Karnaz, CPI Engineering Services, Inc., / Lubrizol, U.S.A.
Lubricants for Low GWP Refrigerants
Tomoya Matsumoto, Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd, Japan
Evaluation of Various Lubricants for a low Global Warming Potential (GWP) Refrigeration System
Takeshi Okido, JX Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation, Japan
Development of refrigeration oils for next generation low GWP refrigerants
Mobile Air Conditioners
Harry Eustice, General Motors Corporation, U.S.A.
A Vehicle Manufacturer’s Perspective on alternative Refrigerant Development
Yoshiaki Takano, Denso Corporation, Japan
Ejector System for Passenger Vehicle Air-conditioners
Takeshi Ogasawara, Calsonickansei Corporation, Japan
Heat pump air conditioning System introduction for EV
Takehiro Hasegawa, Sanden Corporation, Japan
Introduction of Hybrid Compressor and Inverter for Control
New Refrigerants
Thomas J. Leck, DuPont Fluoroproducts, U.S.A.
Development and Evaluation of Reduced GWP AC and Heating Fluids
Samuel F. Yana Motta, Honeywell, U.S.A.
Latest Developments in Low Global Warming Refrigerants for AC&R
Kenji Takizawa, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan?
Burning velocities of mildly flammable low GWP refrigerants
Zhang Zhaohui, China Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Industry Association (CRAA) , China
Introduction to HCFCs Phase-Out Progress in China Industrial and Commercial Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Sector
Akinori Nakai, Shigeharu Taira, Daikin Industries Co., Ltd., Japan
Evaluation and Practical Use of Equipment Using New Refrigerant as an Urgent Countermeasure against Global Warming
Thomas J. Leck, DuPont Fluoroproducts, U.S.A. and, Fuji Electric Retail Systems Co., Ltd., Japan
HFO-1234yf Performance in a Vending Machine
Poster Session
Kei Kawasaki and Hitoshi Asano, Kobe University
Boiling Heat Transfer Enhancement by Thermal Spray Coating
Yoji Onaka, Akio Miyara and Koutaro Tsubaki, Saga University, Japan
Shigeru Koyama, Kyusyu University, Japan
Analysis of Heat Pump Cycle Using Refrigerant Mixture
Koutaro Tsubaki, Akio Miyara and Nobuki Sato, Saga University, Japan
Measurement of the Thermal Conductivity of HFO-1234ZE(E)+HFC32 Mixture Refrigerant
Lei Gao, Ayumu Nakamura, Yoshihiro Watanabe and Tomohiro Honda, Fukuoka University, Japan
Ryusuke Takigawa and Takao Shimizu, Chino Corporation, Japan
Measurement of Oil Circulation Ratio in CO2 Heat Pump Systems
Lei Gao, Wataru Hamada, Yoshihiko Watanabe and Tomohiro Honda, Fukuoka University, Japan
Measurement of Flow Boiling Heat Transfer Coefficient of CO2-Oil Mixture Inside a Cupper Tubes Using Electrical Resistance Method
Naoyuki Yoda, Hiroyoshi Hosomura, Yutaka Ohtsu and Yuki Horikoshi, KANAGAWA Institute of Technology, Japan
Examination of Performances for HC Refrigerant Mixtures (NECO) in Domestic Air-Conditioner Systems
Takeshi Yamazaki, Coucou Thin, Takayuki Masuda, Nozomu Watanabe and Naoyuki Yoda, KANAGAWA Institute of Technology, Japan
A Study by Thermodynamic Properties for HC Refrigerant Mixtures (NECO)
Shigeru Koyama, Nobuo Tanaka and Sho Fukuda, Kyushu University, Japan
An Experimental Study on the Performance of Heat Pump Cycle Using Refrigerant Mixtures of HFO-1234ze(E) and HFC-32
Hidemitsu Nakamura, Industrial Network for Fluorocarbon Recovery Promotion (INFREP), Japan
Activities for Fluorocarbons Recovery Promotion on Commercial Refrigeration & Air-conditioning Units
Ikuhide Ota, Ammonia AC/R system promotion sub Committee, JRAIA, Japan
Promotion Activity Primary Training Course, Promotion Pamphlets for Ammonia System
Makoto Kimura, Yukio Yamaguchi and Sunao Suzuki, Sanden Corporation, Japan
Examination of LGWP Refrigerant for Cooling Show Case
Issei Higashi, Dengen Co., Ltd., Japan
Development of A/C tools applied in HFO-1234yf
Kotaro Matsu, Tokyo Braze Co., Ltd., Japan
Development of High Pressure Resistance Plate Heat Exchangers Applicable to Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Refrigerant
Matthias Seiler, Marc-Christoph Schneider, Oliver Zehnacker and Rolf Schneider, Evonik Degussa GmbH, Germany
Ionic Liquids: New High-Performance Working Fluids for Absorption Chiller and Heat Pumps
Shigeru Suwa, Pro-Step co, Ltd., Japan
Takehiro Kobayashi, MK SEIKO CO., LTD., Japan
"Two in One" Refrigerant Recovery & Recharging Unit, Can Be Used for Two Deferent Types of Car Air-Conditioning Systems, (EV, HV) and (Gas, Diesel)
Environmental Committee, JRAIA, Japan
CO2 Equivalent Labeling of Refrigerants