Lubrication
ASHRAE Technical Committee 3.4

Agenda

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TC3 4 Agenda St Louis Annual 2016

Upcoming TC Meetings

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Location: St. Louis, Mo.

Sunday, June 26, 2016

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4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Combined TCs 3.2, 3.3, 3.4 Research meeting

America’s Convention Center Room 122

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

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1:30 PM - 3:30 PM Lubrication

America’s Convention Center Room 122

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Committee Chair

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Christopher Seeton websupport@ashrae.org

Committee Scope

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TC 3.4 is concerned with all functions and interactions of lubrication in a refrigerant system, including physical and thermodynamic properties of refrigerant lubricant systems, all issues relating to the circulation of lubricants in a refrigerant system, and other lubrication concerns.

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Upcoming Society Conferences

2016 Annual Conference
June 25 - 29, 2016
St. Louis, Missouri

2017 Winter Conference
Jan. 28 - Feb. 1, 2017
Las Vegas, Nevada

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Additional Information

Welcome to the homepage of the ASHRAE Technical Committee 3.4. This technical committee is concerned with  all functions and interactions of a lubricant in a refrigerant system, including physical and thermodynamic properties of refrigerant-lubricant systems.

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SEMINAR 43 (ADVANCED) Lubrication Effects Beyond the Compressor
Track: Advances in Refrigeration Systems and Alternative Refrigerants
Room: 225
Sponsor: 03.04 Lubrication, 03.03 Refrigerant Contaminant Control Chair: Joseph A. Karnaz, Member, CPI Fluid Engineering/Lubrizol, Midland, MI
Lubricants are an essential component to effective operation of air conditioning and refrigeration compressors which are exhaustively studied by compressor engineers and tribology experts. But there are other aspects to lubrication effects beyond the compressor which can also be key to effective operation and performance of air conditioning and refrigeration systems. This seminar presents examples of how the lubricant circulated from the compressor into the system can affect system components, oil management and overall system performance with existing and alternate refrigerants.
1. Managing Lubricants in a Large Commercial Refrigeration System - Danny Halel, Member, Hussman Corporation, Bridgeton, MO
2. Lubricant Management Heuristics and Impacts on System Chemistry, Valves and Other System Components - Christopher Reeves, Associate Member, Sporlan Valve Division of Parker Hannifin, Washington, MO
3. Lubricants in Heat Exchangers: A Slippery Slope -  Scott Wujek, Ph.D., Member, Creative Thermal Solutions, Urbana, IL
4. The Benefits of Using a Coalescing Oil Separator on System Efficiency and Capacity - Kok-Hiong Kee, Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc., St. Louis, MO