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 lots 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 likewise in regards to the many following meetings and advances that have been mentioned at those meetings. it truly is tricky to gain that the 1st Cryogenic Engineering convention used to be held earlier than the arrival of multilayer insulation, the gap age, large-scale LNG Operations and superconductivity functions. The evolution of those actions has been conscientiously recorded in previous volumes of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering. · once more, the Cryogenic Engineering convention is worked up to have had the overseas Cryogenic fabrics convention cohost this assembly on the college of Wisconsin. Collaboration among those meetings has confirmed to be jointly useful by way of delivering the cryogenic engineer with an in-depth publicity to fabrics homes, choice, and usage to counterpoint the publicity to new functions and layout strategies. The papers offered at this joint convention as a part of the foreign Cryogenic fabrics convention can be released as quantity 26 of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering.
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R. ~-} He GAS RETURN 5'. _ I fj'~ HEADER Fig. 3. UTSI-CFFF SCMS cryogenic schematic. 'r. I. ::<2. IJj ~ \ l I \ SCMS CONTROL EQUIPMENT WITH CCIIPUTER -----. G NORTH ( SCALE IN METERS ------'=-""""'""'=::----PO-WE_R_,SUPPLY, ETC. t 10 LsuPERCONDUCTING MAGNET Fig. 4. UTSI-CFFF SCMS cryogenic equipment arrangement. equipment for adjustments during cooldown and operation. Critical parameters required for steady-state operation will be remotely monitared and controlled from the CFFF control room. Liquidnitrogen will be supplied from the 22,700-liter (6000-gal) UTSI storage dewar and will be transferred to the magnet area in insulated lines.
T. Wang, and R. P. Smith Argonne National Laboratory Argonne, Illinois P. C. Vander Arend Cryogenic Consultants, Inc. -H. Hsu General Atomic Company San Diego, Califomia INTRODUCI10N Argonne National Labaratory is building a large superconducting dipole magnet [ 1] for MHD research at the University of TennesseeSpace Institute-coal Fired Flow Facility (UTSI-cFFF). In designing such a large (170-MJ stored energy) magnet, great attention must be devoted to the safety of the magnet and personnel.
Flow to the cryostat is through a vacuum jacketed transfer line. The helium distribution piping is shown in Fig. 5. Gas is distributed to the bore tube and the ring girder areas through internal gas headers. Flow to the bore tube is through four ftow channels machined axially on the bore tube. Flow to the ring girders is through multiple headers located between the girders. Distribution of ftow between the bore tube and ring girders is accomplished with a valve located in the supply to the ring girder headers.