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Author Evans, Judith A

Title Sustainable Retail Refrigeration
Published Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2016


Description 1 online resource (372 pages)
Contents Title Page ; Copyright Page; Contents; List of Contributors; Abbreviations ; Chapter 1 Overview of Retail Display in Food Retailing; 1.1 History; 1.2 Retail refrigeration and the food cold chain; 1.2.1 Temperature; 1.2.2 Emissions; 1.3 Types of store; 1.4 Purpose of retail display; 1.5 Types of cabinet; 1.5.1 Open-fronted vertical display ; 1.5.2 Closed display; 1.5.3 Food display; 1.5.4 Refrigeration systems; 1.6 Cabinet performance; 1.7 Store ventilation and air conditioning; 1.8 Design and optimization; 1.9 Future trends; References
Chapter 2 Operation, Design and Performance of Retail Display Cabinets2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Different types of display cabinet; 2.3 Display cabinet operation; 2.4 Heat transfer in display cabinets; 2.5 Experimental study of heat transfer and airflow in a refrigerated display cabinet; 2.5.1 Airflow visualization; 2.5.2 Velocity field in air curtain; 2.5.3 Temperature variations inside the display cabinet; 2.5.4 Temperature field in the display cabinet; 2.6 Performance of cabinets -- temperature and energy; 2.6.1 Improvement of energy efficiency; 2.6.2 Refrigerant leakage; 2.7 Conclusion
3.3.1 Energy Star Program (USA)3.3.2 Self-Contained Commercial Refrigerators and Freezers, Energy Efficiency Regulations (Canada) ; 3.3.3 MEPS Requirements for Commercial Refrigeration (Australia); 3.3.4 UK Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) Scheme (UK); 3.3.5 Accelerated Capital Allowance (ACA) (Ireland); 3.3.6 Ecodesign Directive; 3.4 International legislation affecting retail cabinets; 3.4.1 Europe; 3.4.2 USA; 3.4.3 Australia/New Zealand; 3.5 Real-life operation of display cabinets ; 3.5.1 Impact of standards on cabinet performance in supermarkets
3.5.2 Reasons for variations between test standards and real-life usage of cabinets3.6 Conclusions; References; Chapter 4 Airflow Optimization in Retail Cabinets and the Use of CFD Modelling to Design Cabinets; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Computational fluid dynamics (CFD); 4.3 Open vertical refrigerated display case -- model description; 4.4 Conclusion; Acknowledgement; References; Chapter 5 Display of Unwrapped Foods; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Mass transfer; 5.2.1 The impact of weight loss on quality and operating costs; 5.3 Common types of display cabinets for unwrapped food
Bibliography ReferencesChapter 3 Retail Display Testing Standards and Legislation; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Test standards for retail cabinets worldwide; 3.2.1 ISO EN 23953: 2005 + amd. 2012 (Europe) ; 3.2.2 ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 72-2005, Method of Testing Commercial Refrigerators and Freezers (USA) ; 3.2.3 ANSI/AHRI Standard 1200 (2010) Standard for Performance Rating of Commercial Refrigerated Display Merchandisers and Storage Cabinets (USA) ; 3.2.4 AS 1731 Standard (Australia and New Zealand) ; 3.2.5 Comparison between test standards; 3.3 Voluntary and mandatory efficiency programmes
Notes 5.3.1 Temperature and moisture control issues
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Subject Refrigeration and refrigerating machinery
Sustainable engineering
Refrigeration and refrigerating machinery.
Sustainable engineering.
Form Electronic book
Author Foster, Alan M
ISBN 9781118927403