Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials by O. Yano, A. Kimoto, H. Yamaoka (auth.), Leonard T. Summers

By O. Yano, A. Kimoto, H. Yamaoka (auth.), Leonard T. Summers (eds.)

The 1995 foreign Cryogenic fabrics convention (lCMC) used to be held on the better Columbus conference middle in Columbus, Ohio, together with the Cryogenic Engineering convention (CEC) on July 17-21. The interdependent matters of the 2 meetings attracted greater than 8 hundred contributors, who got here to percentage the newest advances in low-temperature fabrics technological know-how and expertise. in addition they got here for the $64000 via items of the meetings: identity of recent study components, of collaborative examine probabilities, and the institution and renewal of exploration specialist relationships. Ted Collings (Ohio country University), as Chairmen of the 1995 ICMC; Ted Hartwig (Texas A&M University), as application Chairman; and twenty-one different application Committee individuals expertly prepared the ICMC technical classes and similar actions. The contributions of the CEC board and its convention Chairman James B. Peeples of CVI, Inc., have been principal to the luck of the 11th CEC/ICMC. Jeff Bergen of Lake Shore Cryogenics served as shows Chairman. neighborhood preparations and convention administration have been expertly dealt with less than the information of Centennial meetings, Inc. Skillful tips with modifying and coaching ofthese court cases used to be supplied by way of Ms. Vicky Bardos ofSynchrony, Inc.

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The shape of the ß loss peak for drawn PETIPEN=901I0 copolymer sampie is deformed, indicating that the structure of non-crystalline phase change on a large scale, corresponding to the results ofDSC. Drawn PET film is relatively excellent for the mechanical properties at cryogenic temperatures. However, 5 times drawn PETIPEN copolyester film which the fraction of PEN is about 10 % in mole was more excellent in toughness at cryogenic temperatures. The structure formed by drawing seems to exhibit a unique morphology which large deformation is possible at cryogenic temperatures.

1 torr, could be readily converted to a volume of gas (at STP). From the volume of gas, together with the known mass of the specimen and the total dose the, rate of gas evolution (cm3g-IMGy-l) was calculated. e. 5 MGy. No measurable effect of total dose on gas evolution rate. ** Mean ofTwo Results at 3 MGy. From this work4 , gas evolution rates would be predicted to be higher at doses ofless than 3MGy. a: Cured 5 hours at 110 ° C + 2 hours at 135°C; b: Cured 5 hours at 1l0oC + 10 hours at 135°C; c: Cured at 100°C; d Cured at 160°C Table 2.

8 Tempcrature dependcnc)' of fracture toughncss of silica dispcrsed cpnx)' curcd with a cOllpling agent at Ca) 1 atm. and (1)) 20 atm. CONCLUSION The fraeturc toughness of epoxy at LHcT ean bc improvcd markedly by dispersing atomie siliea with eoupling agcnt in epoxy. Thc prcssurization was found not to bring marked improvcmcnt of fraeturc toughncss at LHcT. Thc rcsults strongly suggcstcd thc \·alidity of thc proposcd ehemieal structurc model. Thc PAL mcthod was found to hc uscful to eonstruet thc molccular model of cpoxy.

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