Instrumentation for Storage and Transfer of Hydrogen Slush
If slush as well as liquid hydrogen is to be used effectively as a fuel or propellant in space missions, it is apparent that accurate and convenient instrumentation must be available to (1) continuously monitor the quantity (total mass) of hydrogen available in storage vessels; and (2) show the mass flow rate during any transfer operation.
KeywordsBeta Radiation Microwave Method Storage Vessel Flow Transducer Cryogenic Engineer
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