Advances in Cryogenic Engineering by D. L. Atherton, A. R. Eastham (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus, D.

By D. L. Atherton, A. R. Eastham (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus, D. H. Weitzel (eds.)

With the 1975 Cryogenic Engineering convention this se ries enters the 3rd decade of offering the most recent advances within the box of cryogenic engineering. The 1975 Cryogenic Engineering convention additionally marked the 1st time the assembly were held outdoors the territorial limits of the USA. in response to the enthusiastic reaction of the attendees and the exemplary hospitality of the Canadian hosts, it definitely aren't the final assembly to convene past the confines of the fifty states. The Cryogenic Engineering convention Board is very thankful to The Royal army university of Canada and Queen's collage for the invitation to carry this assembly in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. the help of A. C. Leonard and his employees further immeasurably in making this stopover at to Canada either a pie asant and a memorable one. The 1975 Cryogenic Engineering convention used to be the 1st assembly of this workforce at the new biennial convention agenda. because the final convention in 1973, the Western Hemisphere has skilled the influence of assorted power shortages. hence, it used to be acceptable that the subject matter "Cryogenics utilized to traditional source administration" for this convention used to be not just well timed but additionally a chance for the clinical group engaged in cryogenic actions to study the position of cryogenics in assembly those new demanding situations and difficulties dealing with the energy-deficient international locations of the area. The Cryogenic Engineering convention used to be additionally happy to have the Interna­ tional Cryogenic fabrics convention subscribe to them during this meeting.

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The helium will pass through the magnets and returns to the control dewar as at least 30% liquid, which will be used to precool the incoming helium stream. The liquid level in the control dewar will be used to control the refrigeration system. Since the magnets will be in series, the cooling will be positive and well defined. The cool down of the system (an estimated 350 kg of total cold mass) should take less than 12 hr. Liquid from the 500-liter storage dewar can be used to aid the cooldown between 25 and 5 K and to help the system recover from emergencies (such as unexpected magnet quenches).

Nolan, and W. G. Langton, "Magnetic and Mechanical Design of a Large 6-Tesla Dipole Magnet," paper G21 presented at Fifth Intern. Conference on Magnet Technology, Frascati, Italy, April 1975. SUPERCONDUCTING TOROIDAL FIELD MAGNETS FOR A TOKAMAK ENGINEERING TEST REACTOR J. w. Lue and R. w. Conn University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin INTRODUCI10N A Tokamak engineering test reactor (TETR) will be an important component of any national or international program to achieve viable Tokamak fusion power reactors.

5 T. The physical characteristics of the MINIMAG solenoid are shown in Table H. Figures 1 and 2 show the coil and its iron shield. Table I. 1mm Table 11. A. Green Drift ehombe' cho,qed PO,IICIe deleelo.. Compensohng soIeOOlds Fig. 1. Longitudinal cross section of the MINIMAG solenoid and its iron return path. Fig. 2. Lateral cross section of the MINIMAG solenoid and its iron return path. The superconducting magnet is divided into four coils. Each coil is 445 mm long and is wound with 810 turns on a spool, which has an overalliength of 465 mm.

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