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By P. G. Marston, A. M. Dawson, D. B. Montgomery, J. E. C. Williams (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus, H. A. Snyder (eds.)

The Cryogenic Engineering convention celebrated its Silver Anniversary on the 1979 convention held at Madison, Wisconsin. for plenty of it supplied a chance to reminisce in regards to the first Cryogenic Engineering convention convened on the nationwide Bureau of criteria in Boulder, Colorado and in addition in regards to the many following meetings and advances that have been suggested at those meetings. it really is tricky to gain that the 1st Cryogenic Engineering convention was once held earlier than the arrival of multilayer insulation, the distance age, large-scale LNG Operations and superconductivity functions. The evolution of those actions has been rigorously recorded in earlier volumes of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering. · once more, the Cryogenic Engineering convention is excited to have had the overseas Cryogenic fabrics convention cohost this assembly on the college of Wisconsin. Collaboration among those meetings has confirmed to be collectively necessary by way of supplying the cryogenic engineer with an in-depth publicity to fabrics homes, choice, and usage to counterpoint the publicity to new functions and layout options. The papers offered at this joint convention as a part of the overseas Cryogenic fabrics convention may be released as quantity 26 of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering.

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Segal, and 8. 0. , I < 50 kA) the thickness requirements for the channels were such that they could be roll formed. 40/lb. At the high current levels (250 kA) the thickness requirements are large fractions of an inch, hence roll forming is probably not feasible. The channel components would most likely be individually rolled then positioned and welded at the corners. 05/lb. At intermediate current levels the thicknesses vary between the two extremes, hence a linear variation in unit cost was assumed.

6 liters/hr. 3 liters/hr boil-off. The cryostat design parameters are given in Table I with internal details shown in Fig. 2. WEIGHT SUPPORT RING SUPPORT TUBE LHe VESSEL VACUUII VESSEL ALUMINUM RING GIROERS COLO MASS SUPPORT WARM BORE PEOESTAL FLOOR PAO Fig. 2. UTSI- CFFF MHD magnet cryostat internal details. 31 R. C. Niemann et al. Table I. 03 x 105 Pa (15 psi) Weight Bore tube and end ftanges Coil assembly Ring girders Outer shell Total Uquid inventory Loads Radiation He4 vessel supports Leads (c:ontribution with excess cooling) 12R loss in conductor joints Penetrations, instrumentation Ieads, standoffs, etc.

Kim, J. D. Gonczy, H. F. Ludwig, K. F. Mataya, W. E. LaFave, F. J. Lawrentz, and F. P. Catania, in Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, Val. 23, Plenum Press, New York (1978), p. 17. DISCUSSION Question by E. Mullan, Westinghouse R & D Center: What is the expected power output from the MHD facility? Answer by author: The maximum power output from the MHD facility will be about 80 MW (thermal). Comment by T. Hrycaj, Magnetic Corporation of America: I do not understand how the fishboneIike turn-to-turn structure helps avoid vapor locking.

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