Practical Problems in Cryocooler Design and Operation
Much has been written on the thermodynamic design of cryogenic coolers, and professional papers describing successful cryogenic equipment may be found in a variety of publications, but little has been written concerning the practical problems associated with the selection, design, and operation of a cryocooler.
KeywordsOperating Life Frictional Drag Bottom Dead Center Clearance Space Stirling Cycle
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