Low-Temperature Expansion Pulse Tubes
Pulse tube refrigeration units using the Gifford-Longsworth cycle are remarkable among other types of low-temperature devices because of their simplicity and reliability. They are not widely used in cryogenics, however, because of their low efficiency and small refrigerating capacity, partly because of their low pulse frequency.
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