Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Proceedings of the 1957 Cryogenic Engineering Conference, National Bureau of Standards Boulder, Colorado, August 19–21, 1957

By popular request, the National Bureau of Standards was again a host to a conference on cryogenic engineering on August 19-21, 1957. Similar meetings were held here in 1954 and 1956. The acceptance of over forty papers for this conference was certainly a sign of the increasing activity and interest...

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Main Author: Timmerhaus, K. D.
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Boston, MA Springer US 1960, 1960
Series:Advances in Cryogenic Engineering
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • C-2 Economic and Other Aspects of the Distribution of Navy Helium in Liquid Form
  • C-3 Technical Aspects of Large Scale Liquid Helium Liquefaction and Transportation
  • C-4 Dilution of Cryogenic Liquid Rocket Propellants During Pressurized Transfer
  • C-5 Liquid Oxygen for Missile Testing
  • C-6 Unattended Oxygen Plants
  • Cryogenic Equipment
  • D-1 On the Design of a Cryogenic Facility for Testing Aircraft Components
  • D-2 Liquid Helium Temperatures in an Atomic Reactor
  • D-3 Integral Probe Capacitance Gaging of Liquid Gas Container Contents
  • D-4 A Unique Thermal Conductivity Gas Analyzer
  • D-5 Piston Type High Pressure Aircraft Cryogenic Pumps
  • D-6 Operation of Bearings and Pumps at Low Temperatures
  • D-7 1000 Gallons Per Minute Liquid Oxygen Transfer Unit
  • D-8 Contaminants in Liquid Oxygen as Related to Safety in Liquid Oxygen Production and Distribution Equipment
  • Cryogenic Equipment (continued)
  • E-1 A Cryostat for Liquid Nitrogen Cooling of Rocket-borne Photomultiplier Tubes
  • E-2 Beech Aircraft 6000 Liter Liquid Hydrogen Dewar
  • E-3 Vacuum Insulated Dewars for Liquid Oxygen and Liquid Nitrogen
  • E-4 A Precision Low Temperature X-Ray Camera
  • E-5 Design of Simple DC Resistance Thermometer Bridges for Wide Range Temperature Control
  • E-6 Calibration of Thermocouples at Low Temperatures
  • Cryogenic Properties
  • F-1 Vapor-Liquid Equilibria in the System Hydrogen-Nitrogen-Carbon Monoxide
  • F-2 Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium Studies on the System Argon-Oxygen
  • F-3 Epoxy Resins as Cryogenic Structural Adhesives
  • F-4 The Impact Testing of Various Alloys at Low Temperatures
  • F-5 Performance Prediction of Low Temperature Air-cooling Extended Surface by Several Comparative Methods
  • F-6 Temperature-Pressure-Time Relationships in a Closed Cryogenic Container
  • Cryogenic Properties (continued)
  • G-1 Calculation of Gaseous Heat Conduction in Dewars
  • G-2 Measurement of Thermal Stresses at -320°F by Strain Gages
  • G-3 Heat Transfer to Boiling Liquid Nitrogen and Hydrogen Flowing Axially Through Narrow Annular Passages
  • G-4 Friction Studies of Various Materials in Liquid Nitrogen
  • G-5 Properties of 9 Per Cent Nickel Low Temperature Steel
  • G-6 Thermal Conductivities of Common Commercial Aluminum Alloys
  • G-7 A Comparison of Insulating Materials
  • Papers Presented
  • Cryogenic Processes
  • A-1 Hydrogen Liquefaction Cycles
  • A-2 Removal of Nitrogen from Hydrogen with Silica Gel at Low Temperatures
  • A-3 Preliminary Design Studies of Low Temperature Refrigeration Plants
  • A-4 Power Consumption and Thermodynamic Reversibility in Low Temperature Refrigeration and Separation Processes
  • A-5 The Reversible Separation of Multicomponent Mixtures
  • A-6 Separation of Hydrogen Isotopes by Multicomponent Distillation
  • Cryogenic Processes (continued)
  • B-1 Efficient Utilization of Ortho-Para Catalyst
  • B-2 Design Data for Ortho-Parahydrogen Converters
  • B-3 Vapor Phase Ortho-Para Conversion in the Large CEL-NBS Hydrogen Liquefier
  • B-4 Design and Application of a Gas Liquefier
  • B-5 The Thermodynamic Theory of a Liquid Nitrogen Generator Using a Norelco Refrigerator-Liquefier
  • Cryogenic Applicactions
  • C-1 Design and Performance Data on a Laboratory Size Liquid Nitrogen Plant