Nonmetallic Materials and Composites at Low Temperatures

  • Günther Hartwig
  • David Evans

Part of the Cryogenic Materials Series book series (CRYMS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Guy K. White
    Pages 1-8
  3. J. J. Freeman, D. Greig
    Pages 9-13
  4. D. Greig, M. Sahota
    Pages 15-19
  5. W. Döll, L. Könczöl, M. G. Schinker
    Pages 43-57
  6. D. Evans, R. Luckock, J. T. Morgan
    Pages 67-70
  7. Hitoshi Yamaoka, Kiyomi Miyata, Yoshio Nakayama, Hiroyuki Yoshida
    Pages 71-78
  8. N. Geis, G. Kasper, S. Hunklinger
    Pages 99-107
  9. Manfred von Schickfus, Herbert Tietje, Eberhard Gmelin
    Pages 109-115
  10. Toichi Okada, Shigehiro Nishijima, Hitoshi Yamaoka, Kiyomi Miyata, Yasuhiro Tsuchida, Koichi Mizobuchi et al.
    Pages 127-142
  11. Shigehiro Nishijima, Kenichi Matsushita, Toichi Okada, Taira Okamoto, Takeshi Hagihara
    Pages 143-151
  12. Shigehiro Nishijima, Toichi Okada, Shingo Namba
    Pages 177-185
  13. K. Fukushi, M. Nagai, Y. Kamata, K. Kadotani
    Pages 187-193
  14. B. A. Hands, A. J. Smith, G. W. Groves, D. D. Double
    Pages 201-207
  15. Back Matter
    Pages 215-220

About this book


This was the third meeting in the series of special topical conferences on Non-Metallic materials at low temperatures. The first meeting was in Munich in 1978, the second in Geneva (1980) and so Heidelberg 1984 seemed an obvious time to review some of the hopes and objectives of the earlier meetings. It is also appropriate to consider the changing needs of the cryogenic community and how best the theory and practice of Non-metallic materials can be applied to suit this dynamic young science. The aims and objectives of the International Cryogenic Materials Board in sponsoring this meeting remain the same. Namely, to provide a forum where practicing Engineers can meet with materials suppliers and researchers in an attempt to ensure that a real understanding exists between the two sides of the Cryogenic Materials Community. In this atmosphere, real problems can be addressed together with full discussions of tried and tested practical solutions. It is in this way that knowledge and confidence may grow hand in hand with the logical growth of the industry.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Günther Hartwig
    • 1
  • David Evans
    • 2
  1. 1.Nuclear Research CenterInstitute for Technical PhysicsKarlsruheFederal Republic of Germany
  2. 2.Rutherford Appleton LaboratoryOxfordshireEngland

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