Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials: Parts A & C. Structural and Cryocooler Materials

Hardcover | January 31, 1999

EditorU. Balu Balachandran, Donald G. Gubser, K. Ted Hartwig

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"Since 1954 Advances in Cryogenic Engineering has been the archival publication of papers presented at the biennial CEC/ICMC conferences. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering resides throughout the world in the libraries of most institutions that conduct research and development in cryogenic engineering and applied superconductivity. The publication includes invited, unsolicited, and government-sponsored research papers in the research areas of superconductors and structural materials for cryogenic applications. All of the papers published must (1) be presented at the conference, (2) pass the review process, and (3) report previously unpublished theoretical studies, reviews, or measurements of material properties at low temperatures." Victoria A. Bardos, Managing Editor

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"Since 1954 Advances in Cryogenic Engineering has been the archival publication of papers presented at the biennial CEC/ICMC conferences. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering resides throughout the world in the libraries of most institutions that conduct research and development in cryogenic engineering and applied superconductivity....

Format:HardcoverDimensions:1132 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.27 inPublished:January 31, 1999Publisher:Springer USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0306459183

ISBN - 13:9780306459184

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Part A: Structural and Cryocooler Materials Nickel-Base Alloys: Mechanical and Physical Properties: 1.Effects of an 8 Tesla Magnetic Field on Mechanical Properties of Incoloy 908 Alloy at 4 K; T. Kadota, et al. 2.Avoidance Method Study for Sagbo Cracking during Heat Treatment of a ITER CS Model Coil Conductor Using Incoloy 908 Jacket; T. Kato, et al. Austenitic Alloys & Steels: Mechanical & Physical Properties 9.Selection of Tokamak Toroidal Field Coil Case Structural Materials; F.M.G. Wong, N.A. Mitchell. 10.Trial Fabrication of Heavy Section Base Metals and Welded Joints for ITER TF Coil; K. Ishio, et al. Insulation Materials and Coatings: Development, Properties, and Testing 22.Cryomechanics and Double-Notch Interlaminar Shear Strength of G-10 Cr Glass-Cloth/Epoxy Laminates; Y. Shindo, et al. 23.Development of U.S./ITER CS Model Coil Turn Insulation; R.P. Reed, et al. Polymers, Composites, and Epoxies 33.Free Volume and Cryogenic Properties of Hybrid Materials; T. Okada, et al. 34.Properties of Materials for Use in Liquid Hydrogen Containment Vessels; S.J. Canfer, D. Evans. Aluminum and Copper Alloys: Properties and Processing 40.Pop-In Phenomena in A1-Li Alloy; A. Bussiba, et al. 41. Optimization Studies on High-Strength Ag-Cu Conductors; F. Heringhaus, et al. Thermal and Mechanical Properties 45.Problems Involved in Determining the Mechanical Properties of Solid Nitrogen and a Composite of Solid Nitrogen and Aluminum Foam (40 K-61 K) 46. Simple Guarded Hot Plate Technique for Making Thermal Conductivity Measurements of Composite Materials at Cryogenic Temperatures; R.J. Oram, E.G. Wolff Part B: Superconductors: High Temperature Superconductors: Processing 50. Oxygen Annealing of YBCO/Gold Thin-Film Contacts; Y. Xu, et al. 51. Synthesis of RE (Gd, Sm, Nd) Ba2Cu3O7-X Superconductors through the Diffusion Process; K. Tachikawa, et al. High Temperature Superconductors: Properties 71. Magnetic Property of the YBaCuO-System Superconductors; S. Kohayashi, et al. 72. Structure and Superconducting Properties of Bi-2212 Cylinders Prepared by Diffusion Process; Y. Yamada, et al. High Temperature Superconductors: Applications 99.Miniaturized Multilayer Filters with YBa2Cu3O7-d on LaAlO3 and MgO Substrates; F.A. Miranda, et al. 100. The Anisotropic Characteristic of the Magnetic Stability of HTS Permanent Magnets; M. Qiu, et al. High Temperature Superconductors: Coated Conductors 106.Biaxially Aligned High Jc YBCO Tapes on YSZ Buffer Layers Deposited by IBAD Method; M. Hosaka, et al. 107.YBaCuO-Coated High-Jc Conductors; H.C. Freyhardt, et al. Low Temperature Superconductors: NbTi 111. Critical Currents and Superconducting Boundary Effects in S-N-S Multifilamentary Composites; M.D. Sumption, et al. 112.Studies on Diffusional Decomposition and Jc in a Strongly Deformed Nb-Ti Alloy; O.V. Chernyi et al. Low Temperature Superconductors: A-15 Compounds 117.Development of Superconducting Joints for TWC High-JcNb3Sn Wires for NMR Superconducting Magnet Applications; G. Liang, et al. 118.High-Field Performance of Nb3Sn Superconductors Prepared from Intermediate Compound; K. Tachikawa, et al. Low Temperature Superconductors: Ac Losses, Stability, and Current Distribution 128.On Excessive Resistance and Heat Generation of Aluminum Conductor Due to Magnetic Field Inhomogeneity; V.R. Sobol, et al. 129.Electron Scattering Processes Anisotropy in A1-Y Dilute Alloys in Strong Magnetic Fields; S.E. Demyanov, et al. Low Temperature Superconductors: Coupling Currents in Rutherford Cables 139.Review on Boundary-Induced Coupling Currents; A.P. Verweij. 140.Electrical Resistance of Superconducting Cable Splices; M. Kuchnir. 114 additional articles. Indexes Author. Materials. Subject.