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Advances in Cryogenic Engineering

Proceedings of the 1969 Cryogenic Engineering Conference University of California at Los Angeles, June 16–18, 1969

  • K. D. Timmerhaus

Part of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering book series (ACRE, volume 15)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. LNG Technology

  3. Thermodynamic Properties

  4. Fluid and Solid Properties

    1. G. E. Childs, D. E. Diller
      Pages 65-69
    2. P. H. Burnier, J. L. Moreau, J. P. Lehmann
      Pages 76-84
    3. A. F. Clark, G. E. Childs, G. H. Wallace
      Pages 85-90
  5. Mechanical Properties

    1. F. G. Nelson, J. G. Kaufman, E. T. Wanderer
      Pages 91-101
    2. K. Fushimi, H. Yonemitsu, H. Okamoto, E. Fukushima
      Pages 102-108
    3. R. P. Reed, R. L. Durcholz
      Pages 109-116
  6. Superconductivity

  7. Superconducting Magnets

    1. R. E. Jones, K. B. Martin, J. R. Purcell, G. E. McIntosh, J. N. McLagan
      Pages 141-149
    2. A. Berruyer, R. Blondet, G. Bronca, J. Holtz, J. Krikorian, J. Neel et al.
      Pages 158-166
    3. E. J. Lucas, Z. J. J. Stekly, T. A. de Winter, J. C. Laurence, W. D. Coles
      Pages 167-177
    4. J. C. Laurence, W. B. Coles, G. V. Brown, E. H. Meyn
      Pages 178-183
    5. R. W. Boom, J. C. Laurence
      Pages 184-189
    6. P. H. Burnier, J. Moreau, G. Vassal, M. Delume, C. Tram
      Pages 190-196
  8. Heat Transfer

  9. Insulation

  10. Fluid Dynamics

  11. Gas Purification Systems

    1. J. L. Perry, J. A. O’Neil, P. R. Doherty
      Pages 391-398
    2. R. N. DiNapoli, A. M. Sass
      Pages 399-405

About these proceedings

Introduction

1969 marked the return of the Cryogenic Engineering Conference, now affiliated with the National Academy ofSciences through the Division ofEngineering, National Research Council, to the University of California at Los Angeles. As in 1962, the Cryogenic Engineering Conference gratefully acknowledges the assistance of UCLA, its Engineering and Physical Seien ces Extension Division, and in particular J. Dillon, S. Houston, H. L. Tallman, and their stafffor serving as hosts to the 1969 Cryogenic Engineering Conference. The National Academy of Sciences is a private honorary organization of more than 700 scientists and engineers elected on the basis of outstanding contributions to knowledge. Established by a Congressional Act of Incorporation, the Academy works to further science and its use for the general welfare by bringing together the most qualified individuals to deal with scientific and technological problems of broad significance. The National Research Council was organized as an agency of the National Academy of Sciences in 1916, to enable the broad community of U.S. scientists and engineers to associate their efforts with the Iimited membership of the Academy in service to science and the nation. The Division of Engineering is one of the eight major Divisions into which the National Research Council is organized for the conduct of its work. Its membership includes representatives of the nation's leading technical societies as weH as a number of members-at-Iarge. The Cryogenic Engineering Conference is an organization of the Division of Engineering.

Keywords

convection cryogenics engine flow fluid dynamics heat transfer optimization organization research science service simulation superconductivity two-phase flow

Editors and affiliations

  • K. D. Timmerhaus
    • 1
  1. 1.Engineering Research CenterUniversity of ColoradoBoulderUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4757-0513-3
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag US 1995
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-1-4757-0515-7
  • Online ISBN 978-1-4757-0513-3
  • Series Print ISSN 0065-2482
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