Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Proceeding of the 1970 Cryogenic Engineering Conference The University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado June 17-19, 1970

Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Proceeding of the 1970 Cryogenic Engineering Conference The University of Colorado Boulder, Colorado June 17-19, 1970

by K. D. Timmerhaus

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ISBN-13: 9781475702460
Publisher: Springer US
Publication date: 11/26/2012
Series: Advances in Cryogenic Engineering , #16
Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1971
Pages: 509
Product dimensions: 7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

Applied Superconductivity.- A-1 Applications of Superconductivity and Cryogenics in Electric Power Systems.- A-2 British Developments in Superconductivity Applications.- A-3 Superconductivity in High-Energy Physics.- Solid Properties.- B-1 Tensile Properties and Notch Toughness of Some 7XXX Alloys at -452°F.- B-2 Low-Temperature Tensile Properties of Polyethylene Terephthalate Multifiber Yarn and Polystyrene Foam.- B-3 Magnetic Properties of Commercial Soft Magnetic Alloys at Cryogenic Temperatures.- B-4 The Glass Temperature and the Specific Heat of Apiezon N and T Grease.- Thermodynamic Properties.- C-1 New Equation of State for Methane and Propane from Study of Isochoric Data and Multiproperty Analysis.- C-2 Calculation of Thermofunctions of Fluorine.- C-3 NTWO—A Nitrogen-Properties Package.- C-4 Phase Equilibria of the Helium-Nitrogen System from 122 to 126°K.- C-5 A Comparison of Rate Expressions for the Low-Temperature Para-orthohydrogen Shift.- Low-Temperature Insulation.- D-1 Advances in Thermal Insulation.- D-2 Experimental Study of a New PVC Foam Insulation System for Liquid-Hydrogen-Liquid-Oxygen Space Vehicles.- D-3 High-Performance Spray-Foam Insulation for Application on Saturn S-II Stage.- D-4 Open-Cell Cryogenic Insulation.- D-5 Experimental Investigation of Lateral Heat Transfer in Cryogenic Multilayer Insulation.- D-6 A Temperature-Decay Method for Determining Superinsulation Conductivity.- Low-Temperature Refrigeration.- E-1 Large-Scale Refrigeration Systems for the Temperature Range 1.0 to 1.85°K.- E-2 Helium-II Refrigerator for 300 W at 1.8°K.- E-3 Hydraulically Operated Two-Phase Helium Expansion Engine.- E-4 Triple-Expansion Stirling-Cycle Refrigerator.- E-5 A Miniature, Vibration-Free, Rhombic-Drive, Stirling-Cycle Cooler.- E-6 A Modified Solvay-Cycle Cryogenic Refrigerator.- E-7 A Miniature Self-Regulating Rapid-Cooling Joule-Thomson Cryostat.- E-8 Closed-Cycle Refrigeration for an Airborne Illuminator.- E-9 A Heat-Balance Analysis of a Gifford-McMahon Cryorefrigerator.- Low-Temperature Instrumentation.- F-1 Instrumentation for Storage and Transfer of Hydrogen Slush.- F-2 Microwave Methods for Cryogenic Liquid and Slush Instrumentation.- F-3 Fluid-Phase and Temperature Measurement with a Single Sensor. II.- F-4 Capacitive-Thermometry Characteristics of a Titanate Glass-Ceramic at Low Temperatures.- F-5 The Pressure Distribution in a Liquid-Nitrogen Cold Trap.- Low-Temperature Equipment.- G-1 A Superfluid Plug for Space.- G-2 Application of a Superfluid Valve in a Variable-Temperature Dewar.- G-3 A Magnetically Operated Cryogenic Valve.- G-4 Residual Gas Conduction Near Liquid-Helium Temperatures.- G-5 A New Criterion for the Design of Gas-Cooled Cryogenic Current Leads.- G-6 A Continuous-Distillation Apparatus for the Separation of He3 from He4.- Regenerative Heat Exchange.- H-1 Analytical and Experimental Studies of Compact Wire-Screen Heat Exchangers.- H-2 The Design of Thermal Regenerators for Stirling-Type Refrigerators.- H-3 Heat-Transfer and Flow-Friction Characteristics of Dense-Mesh Wire-Screen Stirling-Cycle Regenerators.- H-4 Performance of Regenerators at Low Temperatures.- H-5 Shuttle Heat Transfer.- Heat Transfer in Helium.- I–1 Heat Transfer from Horizontal Cylinders to a Saturated Helium-I Bath.- I–2 Nucleate Boiling of Liquid Helium I on Gallium Single Crystals.- I–3 Supercritical Helium Cooling of Hollow Superconductors.- I-4 Discrepancies in Critical-Heat-Flux Data Obtained Using Thin-Wire Heaters in Saturated Liquid Helium II.- I–5 High-Speed Motion-Picture Studies of Film Boiling in Liquid Helium II.- I–6 Near-Isothermal Dissipative Flow of Liquid He II at Supercritical Velocities.- Film-Boiling Heat Transfer.- J-1 A Study of Film Boiling of Corresponding-States Fluids over a Wide Pressure Range with Cylindrical Heaters.- J-2 Film-Pool Boiling of Nitrogen from Flat Surfaces.- J-3 Experimental Effects of Pressure, Subcooling, and Diameter on Thin-Wire Film Boiling of Liquid Nitrogen.- J-4 Influence of Swirl Flow on Heat Transfer to Nitrogen in Dispersed-Flow Film Boiling.- J-5 Buoyancy Effects on Liquid-Nitrogen Film Boiling in Vertical Flow.- J-6 Anomalous Behavior of Liquid-Nitrogen Drops in Film Boiling.- J-7 Liquid or Solid on Liquid in Leidenfrost Film Boiling.- Heat Transfer.- K-1 Total Normal Emittances of Some Real Surfaces at Cryogenic Temperatures.- K-2 Measurements of Film-Condensation Heat Transfer on Vertical Tubes for Nitrogen, Hydrogen, and Deuterium.- K-3 Design of Water-to-Cryogenic Heat Exchangers with Variable-Thickness Ice Films.- K-4 Vibration Effects on Convective Heat Transfer in a Cryogen-Filled Enclosure.- Indexes.- Author Index.

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