Physics of Cryogenics

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  • Author : Bahman Zohuri
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 512 pages
  • ISBN : 9780128145197
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Physics of Cryogenics

Physics of Cryogenics
  • Author : Bahman Zohuri
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 17 November 2017
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Physics of Cryogenics: An Ultralow Temperature Phenomenon discusses the significant number of advances that have been made during the last few years in a variety of cryocoolers, such as Brayton, Joule-Thomson, Stirling, pulse tube, Gifford-McMahon and magnetic refrigerators. The book reviews various approaches taken to improve reliability, a major driving force for new research areas. The advantages and disadvantages of different cycles are compared, and the latest improvements in each of these cryocoolers is discussed. The book starts with the

Helium Cryogenics

Helium Cryogenics
  • Author : Steven W. Van Sciver
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 14 March 2012
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Twenty five years have elapsed since the original publication of Helium Cryogenics. During this time, a considerable amount of research and development involving helium fluids has been carried out culminating in several large-scale projects. Furthermore, the field has matured through these efforts so that there is now a broad engineering base to assist the development of future projects. Helium Cryogenics, 2nd edition brings these advances in helium cryogenics together in an updated form. As in the original edition, the author's

Recent Developments in Cryogenics Research

Recent Developments in Cryogenics Research
  • Author : Sergiy Putselyk
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 08 December 2021
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Cryogenics, a term commonly used to refer to very low temperatures, had its beginning in the latter half of the 19th century. Traditionally, this field is separated from Cryogenic Engineering and Low Temperature Physics (LTP). Cryogenic engineering is concerned with the design and development of low-temperature systems and components, while low temperature physics is more related to the fundamental research of material or fluid properties. This book discusses some recent findings and developments as well as gives an outlook on

The Art of Cryogenics

The Art of Cryogenics
  • Author : Guglielmo Ventura,Lara Risegari
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 07 July 2010
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Cryogenics is the study of low temperature interactions - temperatures well below those existing in the natural universe. The book covers a large spectrum of experimental cases, including basic vacuum techniques, indispensable in cryogenics. Guidance in solving experimental problems and numerous numerical examples are given, as are examples of the applications of cryogenics in such areas as underground detectors and space applications. Updated tables of low-temperature data on materials are also presented, and the book is supplemented with a rich

Cryogenic Safety

Cryogenic Safety
  • Author : Thomas J. Peterson,J. G. Weisend II
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 27 June 2019
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This book describes the current state of the art in cryogenic safety best practice, helping the reader to work with cryogenic systems and materials safely. It brings together information from previous texts, industrial and laboratory safety polices, and recent research papers. Case studies, example problems, and an extensive list of references are included to add to the utility of the text. It describes the unique safety hazards posed by cryogenics in all its guises, including issues associated with the extreme

Matter and Methods at Low Temperatures

Matter and Methods at Low Temperatures
  • Author : Frank Pobell
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 15 February 2007
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This textbook contains information essential for successful experiments at low temperatures. The first chapters describe the low-temperature properties of liquids and solid matter, including liquid helium. Most of the book is devoted to refrigeration techniques and the physics on which they rely, the definition of temperature, thermometry, and a variety of design and construction techniques. The lively and practical style make it easy to read and particularly useful to anyone beginning research in low-temperature physics. Low-temperature scientists will find it

Experimental Techniques in Low Temperature Physics

Experimental Techniques in Low Temperature Physics
  • Author : Guy White,Philip Meeson
  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Release : 21 February 2002
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Cryogenics (low-temperature physics) has become important in everyday life through its use in satellite communications, medical diagnosis, natural gas transport, infrared surveillance, etc. This book explains the how and why of cooling systems, liquid nitrogen, liquid helium, and the approach to absolute zero. It will be of value to physics graduate students, as well as to engineers and biologists facing low-temperature problems.

FUNDAMENTALS OF CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING

FUNDAMENTALS OF CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING
  • Author : MAMATA MUKHOPADHYAY
  • Publisher : PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
  • Release : 15 February 2010
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Intended as a text for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of Chemical/Mechanical/Materials Engineering streams, this well-balanced book explains the fundamental principles and the applied aspects of cryogenic engineering. The author, with her vast and varied experience in teaching and allied fields, clearly enunciates the behaviour and various properties of common cryogenic fluids, methods of liquefaction, and separation and applications of cryogens with thermodynamic analysis for process selection. This profusely illustrated study with clear-cut diagrams and process charts, should

Low Temperature and Cryogenic Refrigeration

Low Temperature and Cryogenic Refrigeration
  • Author : Sadik Kakaç,M.R. Avelino,H.F. Smirnov
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 31 May 2003
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Refrigeration plays a prominent role in our everyday lives, and cryogenics plays a major role in medical science, space technology and the cooling of low-temperature electronics. This volume contains chapters on basic refrigeration systems, non-compression refrigeration and cooling, and topics related to global environmental issues, alternative refrigerants, optimum refrigerant selection, cost-quality optimization of refrigerants, advanced thermodynamics of reverse-cycle machines, applications in medicine, cryogenics, heat pipes, gas-solid absorption refrigeration, multisalt resorption heat pumps, cryocoolers, thermoacoustic refrigeration, cryogenic heat transfer and enhancement

Cryogenic Engineering and Technologies

Cryogenic Engineering and Technologies
  • Author : Dr. Zuyu Zhao,Dr. Chao Wang
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 16 October 2019
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Cryogen-free cryogenics is leading a revolution in research and industry by its significant advantages over traditional liquid helium systems. This is the first overview for the field, covering the key technologies, conceptual design, fabrication, operation, performance, and applications of these systems. The contents cover important topics such as the operating principles of 4K cryocoolers, enabling technologies (including vibration reduction) for cryogen free systems, the cryogen- free superconducting magnet, and cryogen-free systems that reach mK. It highlights the wide range of

Thermal Properties of Solids at Room and Cryogenic Temperatures

Thermal Properties of Solids at Room and Cryogenic Temperatures
  • Author : Guglielmo Ventura,Mauro Perfetti
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 23 June 2014
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The minimum temperature in the natural universe is 2.7 K. Laboratory refrigerators can reach temperatures in the microkelvin range. Modern industrial refrigerators cool foods at 200 K, whereas space mission payloads must be capable of working at temperatures as low as 20 K. Superconducting magnets used for NMR work at 4.2 K. Hence the properties of materials must be accurately known also at cryogenic temperatures. This book provides a guide for engineers, physicists, chemists, technicians who wish to approach the field of low-temperature material

Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials

Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials
  • Author : U. Balachandran,Kathleen Amm,David Evans,Eric Gregory,Mike Osofsky,Sastry Pamidi,Chan Park,Judy Wu,Mike Sumption
  • Publisher : American Institute of Physics
  • Release : 04 April 2008
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All papers have been peer-reviewed. The 2007 joint Cryogenic Engineering Conference and International Cryogenic Materials Conference (CEC-ICMC) was held at the Chattanooga Convention Center in Chattanooga, TN, from July 16th through 20th. Nearly 700 attendees from 28 countries came together to enjoy the joint technical programs, industrial exhibit, and special events. There were 382 papers presented in plenary, oral, and poster sessions. Papers in the ICMC part of the conference covered the physical and mechanical properties of metals & alloys at cryogenic temperatures, insulation materials

Cryogenic Particle Detection

Cryogenic Particle Detection
  • Author : Hans-Christian Stahl
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 22 June 2005
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The development of cryogenic devices for particle detection has reached a stage at which many interesting applications are conceivable and already have been demonstrated. The book provides a comprehensive review of the field of cryogenic particle detection. It introduces the different detection techniques and gives an overview of the important areas in which these detectors are successfully applied.

Going for Cold

Going for Cold
  • Author : J. G. Weisend II,G. Terence Meaden
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 03 March 2021
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This short but revealing biography tells the story of Kurt Mendelssohn FRS, one of the founding figures in the field of cryogenics, from his beginnings in Berlin through his move to Oxford in the 1930s, and his groundbreaking work in low temperature and solid state physics. He set up the first helium liquefier in the United Kingdom, and did fundamental research that increased our understanding of superconductivity and superfluid helium. Dr. Mendelssohn's vision extended beyond his scientific and technical achievements;