Presentations Tuesday May 16

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Plenary Opening
Welcome address
Per Jonasson, Chairman IOC
Bert Stuij, Manager National Programmes / Energy at the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (
Stephan Renz, Chairman of IEA Technical Collaboration Program on Heat Pumping Technologies
Eric Masanet, Head of Energy Demand, Energy Technology Policy Division, the International Energy Agency (IEA)
Hans van Steen, DG Energy, European Commission
Michael Taylor, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
Plenary Opening continued – Topical
PO.01 The role of heat pumps in the transformation of national energy systems – Example Germany
Prof. Dr. Hans-Martin Henning, Director, Fraunhofer – Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE)
PO.02 Effectively Managing the Transition to Lower GWP Refrigerants 
Karim Amrane, Senior Vice President, Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI)
PO.03 Stimulating Social Application of Energy-Efficient Technology for Climate Change Mitigation
Prof. Kensuke Fukushi, Tokyo University for Integrated Research System for Sustainability Science
1.1 Supermarkets 2.1 Market and Policy 3.1 Air Conditioning 4.1 Working Fluids
K.1.1.1 Performance indicators for energy efficient supermarket buildings
Mr. Sietze van der Sluis, Saint Trofee
K.2.1.1 Growing for good? The European Heat Pump Market – Status and outlook
Thomas Nowak, General Secretary, European Heat Pump Association (EHPA)
K.3.1.1 Evaluation and Development of Air-conditioners using Low GWP Refrigerant
Taira Shigeharu, Daikin Industries, LTD
K.4.1.1 AHRI’s Research on Rooftop Packaged Heat Pumps
Mr. Xudong Wang, Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI)
O.1.1.1 Integration of the hidden refrigeration capacity as heat pump in smart energy systems
Dr. Torben Funder-Kristensen, Danfoss
O.2.1.1 China air source heat pump market development
Cooper Zhao, Vice General Secretary, China Heat Pump Alliance
O.3.1.1 Development of Steady-State Reference Model for Heat Pump System Based on Real-time Machine Learning Algorithm
Prof. Dr. Minsung Kim, Chung-Ang University
O.4.1.1 Different ethyl alcohol secondary fluids used for GSHP in Europe
Miss. Monika Ignatowicz, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
O.1.1.2 Benefits of integration between heat pumps and food refrigeration systems for commercial applications: an example of efficient energy recovery for Near Zero Energy Buildings
Mr. Sergio Maria Capanelli, Carel Industries
O.2.1.2 The U.S. Residential Heat Pump Market, a Decade after “The Crisis”
Mr. Edward Vineyard, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
O.3.1.2 Study of In Situ Performance of the VRF Multi-split Air Conditioner for the Commercial Building
Mr. Hirotaka Hanazaki, Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, inc.
O.4.1.2 Thermodynamic Performance Assessment of R32 and R1234yf Mixtures as Alternatives of R410A
Prof. Yunho Hwang, University of Maryland
O.1.1.3 Evaluation of alternatives to R404 the most common refrigerant in Swedish grocery stores
Mr. Ola Gustafsson, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden
O.2.1.3 The Role of Heat Pumps in Renewable Heating and Cooling
Mr. Hermann Halozan, Graz University of Technology
O.3.1.3 Advanced Round-Tube, Plate-Fin (RTPF) Heat-Exchanger Coils Contribute to the High Efficiency of Heat Pumps
Mr. Nigel Cotton, International Copper Association
O.4.1.3 Performance Optimization of Alternative Lower Global Warming Potential Refrigerants in Mini-Split Room Air Conditioners
Dr. Omar Abdelaziz, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
O.1.1.4 Control strategies of CO2 refrigeration / heat pump system for supermarkets
Dr. Carlos Infante Ferreira, Delft University of Technology
O.2.1.4 The Heat Pump Market, Its Market Drivers and How to Have an Impact on Them in Finland
Mr. Jussi Hirvonen, Finnish Heat Pump Association SULPU ry
O.3.1.4 Investigation of Port Level Flow Maldistribution in Microchannel Heat Exchanger
Prof. Reinhard Radermacher, University of Maryland
O.4.1.4 Research on condensation heat transfer of R447A, R134a , R32, R410Aand R1234ze(E) in extrude multi-port tube
Dr. Minxia Li, Thermal Energy Research Institute of Tianjin University
1.2 Commercial buildings 2.2 Hybrids 3.2 Air Conditioning 4.2 Working Fluids
O.1.2.1 Heat Pump Pre-Screening Tool for New Commercial and Institutional Buildings
Mr. Daniel Giguère, Natural Resources Canada, CanmetENERGY
O.2.2.1 Hybrid Heat Pumps minimize emissions and minimize overall costs
Drs. Pieter Nienhuis, NV Nederlandse Gasunie
O.3.2.1 Investigation on effects of piping on heating performance of multi-split variable refrigerant flow system
Ms. Ziai Li, Tsinghua University
O.4.2.1 Performance analysis of double-effect absorption heat pump cycle using NH3/ILs pairs
Mr. Meng Wang, TU Delft
O.1.2.2 Performance of Chilled Water Storage Assisted Variable Refrigerant Flow System
Prof. Yunho Hwang, University of Maryland
O.2.2.2 Design optimisation of hybrid heat pumps for new and retrofit buildings in France
Mrs. Michèle Mondot, CETIAT
O.3.2.2 Experimental study on the characteristics of scroll compressor with vapor injection for electric vehicles air conditioning
Dr. Xu Shuxue, Beijing University of Technology
O.4.2.2 Application of Viper Energy Recovery Expansion Device in Transcritical Carbon Dioxide Refrigeration Cycle
Mr. Riley Barta, Purdue University, Ray W. Herrick Labs
O.1.2.3 Development of compact air heat pump module chiller
Mr. Takuya Ito, Mitsubishi electric corporation air-conditioning & refrigeration systems
O.2.2.3 Early results from the FREEDOM project: fully-optimised hybrid heat pumps providing demand flexibility
Dr. Edwin Carter, PassivSystems Ltd
O.3.2.3 Steady State Modeling of Advanced Vapor Compression Systems with Multiple Air and Refrigerant Loops
Prof. Reinhard Radermacher, University of Maryland
O.4.2.3 Experimental Comparison of Different Two-Phase Refrigerant Distribution Devices
Mr. Simon Braungardt, Fraunhofer – Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE)
O.1.2.4 A New Dedicated Outdoor Air System with Exhaust Air Heat Recovery
Dr. Xiang Cao, Tongji University
O.2.2.4 Full-scale experimental investigation of a heat-pump-based system for maximizing passive solar gains in housing–Preliminary results
Prof. Ian Beausoleil-Morrison, Carleton University
O.3.2.4 Compressor Explosion Accident at Pump-Down of Air Conditioners
Mr. Tomohiro Higashi, The University of Tokyo
O.4.2.4 Multi-criteria decision making analysis in refrigerant selection for residential heat pump systems
Mr. Pavel Makhnatch, KTH Royal Institute of Technology
O.1.2.5 Influence of LED Lamps on Air-conditioning Load and Energy Consumption in Commercial Buildings
Prof. Dr. Masafumi Hirota, Mie University
O.2.2.5 Evaluation of combining an air-to-water heat pump with a stove with water pocket for residential heating
Dr. Volker Lenz, Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinn
O.3.2.5 Study of A Air-conditioning System Combining A Green Roof as Heat Storage Unit – Analysis of Operating Characteristic of A Reduction Model Apparatus
Prof. Dr. Toshio Otaka, Kokushikan University
O.4.2.5 Evaluation of Performance for Heat Pump System using Low GWP Refrigerants in High Ambient Temperature
Taira Shigeharu, Daikin Industries, LTD