Cryogenic Engineering

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ISBN: 978-0-387-33324-3 (Print) 978-0-387-46896-9 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XI

  2. Background Information

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-XI

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 3-27

      Historical Summary of Cryogenic Activity Prior to 1950

  3. Advances in Cryogenic Data Development over the Past 50 Years

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-XI

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 31-51

      Sources of Cryogenic Data and Information

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 52-83

      Trends and Advances in Cryogenic Materials

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 84-101

      History and Applications of Nonmetallic Materials

  4. Improvement in Cryogenic Fundamentals over the Past 50 Years

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-XI

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 105-119

      Advances in Cryogenic Principles

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 120-133

      Insulation Progress since the Mid-1950s

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 134-145

      Development of Low-Loss Storage of Cryogenic Liquids over the Past 50 Years

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 146-160

      Fifty-Years’ Development of Cryogenic Liquefaction Processes

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 161-178

      Advances in Helium Cryogenics

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 179-221

      Lessons Learned in 50 Years of Cryogenic Thermometry

  5. Cryogenic Applications Development Over the Past 50 Years

    1. Front Matter

      Pages I-XI

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 225-284

      Aerospace Coolers: A 50-Year Quest for Long-Life Cryogenic Cooling in Space

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 285-308

      Understanding Properties and Fabrication Processes of Superconducting Nb3Sn Wires

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 309-339

      High-Temperature Superconductors: A Review of YBa2Cu3O6+x and (Bi,Pb)2Sr2Ca2Cu3O10

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      Book Chapter

      Pages 340-366

      A Paradigm Shift in Cryopreservation: Molecular-Based Advances to Improve Outcome

  6. Back Matter

    Pages 367-374