Advances in Cryogenic Engineering

  • K. D. Timmerhaus
  • H. A. Snyder

Part of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering book series (ACRE, volume 35 A)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xvi
  2. Superconductivity Applications—MHD and Fusion Magnets

    1. P. G. Marston, A. M. Dawson, D. B. Montgomery, J. E. C. Williams
      Pages 1-11
    2. S.-T. Wang, L. R. Turner, L. Genens, W. Pelczarski, J. Hoffman, J. Gonczy et al.
      Pages 19-29
    3. R. C. Niemann, S.-T. Wang, J. W. Dawson, L. Genens, R. P. Smith, L. R. Turner et al.
      Pages 30-38
    4. L. R. Turner, S.-T. Wang, R. P. Smith, P. C. Vander Arend, Y.-H. Hsu
      Pages 39-48
    5. D. L. Musinski, T. M. Henderson, R. J. Simms, T. R. Pattinson, R. B. Jacobs
      Pages 49-60
  3. Superconductivity Applications—Energy Transfer and Storage

    1. M. Masuda, T. Shintomi, K. Asaji
      Pages 61-68
    2. S. K. Singh, C. J. Heyne, D. T. Hackworth, M. A. Janocko, P. W. Eckels, J. H. Murphy
      Pages 81-89
    3. S. H. Kim, S.-T. Wang, M. Lieberg
      Pages 90-97
    4. T. Shintomi, M. Masuda, H. Sato, K. Asaji
      Pages 98-104
    5. S. K. Singh, J. H. Murphy, M. A. Janocko, H. E. Haller, D. C. Litz, P. W. Eckels et al.
      Pages 105-113
    6. M. Masuda, T. Shintomi, K. Asaji
      Pages 120-126
  4. Superconductivity Applications—Rotating Machinery

  5. Superconductivity Applications—Magnet Technology

    1. W. Barth, N. Fessler-Wilhelmi, W. Lehmann, P. Turowski
      Pages 163-174
    2. H. Desportes, J. Le Bars, G. Mayaux
      Pages 175-184
    3. W. V. Hassenzahl
      Pages 185-193
    4. M. A. Green, P. H. Eberhard, R. R. Ross, J. D. Taylor
      Pages 194-199
    5. M. A. Green, J. M. DeOlivares, G. Tarle, P. B. Price, E. K. Shirk
      Pages 200-206
    6. S. Y. Hsieh, G. Danby, J. R. Powell, P. Bezler, D. Gardner, C. Laverick et al.
      Pages 207-221
    7. W. Craddock, R. W. Fast, P. Garbincius, L. Mapalo
      Pages 222-231
    8. J. Zellweger, G. Vécsey, I. Horvath
      Pages 232-238
  6. Superconductivity Applications—Cryogenic Techniques

    1. C. S. Pang, C. M. Falco, R. T. Kampwirth, I. K. Schuller, J. J. Hudak, T. A. Anastasio
      Pages 244-250
    2. J. Yamamoto
      Pages 261-265
  7. Cooling Superconducting Systems

    1. J. A. Schwoerer, J. L. Smith Jr.
      Pages 266-274
    2. L. Sobel, J. L. Smith Jr., F. Rumore
      Pages 275-284
    3. M. T. Brown, M. E. Crawford, J. L. Smith Jr.
      Pages 285-293
    4. M. Kuchnir, T. H. Nicol
      Pages 294-299
    5. D. P. Brown, W. J. Schneider
      Pages 300-307
    6. J. H. VanSant, R. M. Russ
      Pages 308-316
    7. C. Rode, P. Brindza, D. Richied, S. Stoy
      Pages 326-334
    8. P. J. Kerney, P. A. Lessard
      Pages 335-341
  8. Heat Transfer in Helium

    1. S. W. Van Sciver, R. L. Lee
      Pages 363-371
    2. P. Seyfert, G. Claudet, M. J. McCall, R. Aymar
      Pages 378-384
    3. L. L. Vasiliev, G. I. Bobrova, L. A. Stasevich
      Pages 393-397
    4. P. F. Michaelson, R. Quay, R. F. Koenig, P. L. Walstrom, J. S. Goddard
      Pages 398-405
    5. R. E. Schwall, F. J. Reles, J. P. Heinrich
      Pages 406-411

About this book


The Cryogenic Engineering Conference celebrated its Silver Anniversary at the 1979 Conference held at Madison, Wisconsin. For many it provided an opportunity to reminisce about the first Cryogenic Engineering Conference convened at the National Bureau of Standards in Boulder, Colorado and also about the many following conferences and advances that had been reported at these conferences. It is difficult to realize that the first Cryogenic Engineering Conference was held before the advent of multilayer insulation, the space age, large-scale LNG Operations and superconductivity applications. The evolution of these activities has been carefully recorded in past volumes of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering. · Once again, the Cryogenic Engineering Conference is happy to have had the International Cryogenic Materials Conference cohost this meeting at the University of Wisconsin. Collaboration between these two conferences has proven to be mutually beneficial by providing the cryogenic engineer with an in-depth exposure to materials properties, selection, and utilization to complement the exposure to new applications and design concepts. The papers presented at this joint conference as part of the International Cryogenic Materials Conference will be published as Volume 26 of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering.


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Editors and affiliations

  • K. D. Timmerhaus
    • 1
  • H. A. Snyder
    • 2
  1. 1.Engineering Research CenterUniversity of ColoradoBoulderUSA
  2. 2.Department of Aerospace Engineering SciencesUniversity of ColoradoBoulderUSA

Bibliographic information

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  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media New York 1980
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4613-9858-5
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4613-9856-1
  • Series Print ISSN 0065-2482
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