Influence of a centrifugal field on the residual pressure in the vacuum cavity of a rotating helium cryostat
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The increase in the residual pressure in the vacuum cavity of a rotating helium cryostat subjected to centrifugal forces due to the redistribution of the molecule relative velocities as well as the stripping of molecules being condensed on the cold wall is theoretically computed.
KeywordsStatistical Physic Helium Relative Velocity Centrifugal Force Residual Pressure
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