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By J. Macinko, D. B. Chelton, J. Dean (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)
By renowned request, the nationwide Bureau of criteria was once back a bunch to a convention on cryogenic engineering on August 19-21, 1957. related conferences have been held the following in 1954 and 1956. The recognition of over 40 papers for this convention used to be definitely an indication of the expanding job and curiosity during this engineering box. There turns out no doubt that it'll keep growing, justifying the necessity for annual conferences. To make the court cases extra attention-grabbing an try used to be made to incorporate up to attainable of the overall dialogue which each one paper. to acquire person reprints of someone specific paper, please touch the authors without delay. 1957 CRYOGENIC ENGINEERING convention COMMITTEE B. W. Birmingham nationwide Bureau of criteria S. C. Collins Massachusetts Institute of know-how E. F. Hammel Los Alamos medical Laboratory R. B. Scott nationwide Bureau of criteria ok. D. Timmerhaus collage of Colorado W. T. Ziegler Georgia Institute of know-how i ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The 1957 Cryogenic Engineering convention Committee gratefully recognizes the continuing aid and curiosity of the subsequent companies who've made the 1957 Cryogenic Engineering convention and the book of this complaints attainable. L' Air Liquide Air items, Inc. Allison department, common Motor s American Messer company Aro gear company Beech plane company Bell airplane Boeing plane corporation Cambridge company Convair Curtiss-Wright company Garrett company normal electrical corporation Herrick L. Johnston, Inc. Hofman Laboratories Linde corporation A. D. Little, Inc.
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1000 cu. ft. liquid oxygen. 00 kw. hr. /1000 cu. ft. liquid oxygen. 75 kw. /1000 cu. ft. liquid oxygen. This assumes that compression of the air is performed reversibly. 26 kw. / 1000 cu. ft. 41 kw. hr. /1000 cu. ft. liquid oxygen. As far as power consumption is concerned, the scope and incentive for improvement in the rectification step of a liquid oxygen plant having a total power consumption of about 36 kw. hr. / 1000 cu. ft. of liquid oxygen is therefore not very great. In a large plant producing gaseous products only, however, the power consumption may be only about one third of that of a liquid oxygen plant, but it can be shown that the work penalty due to the adiabatic nature of the rectification process is of the same order.
Representing United Kingdom conditions). 4o C. It is of interest to note that, for the same capital costs and charges but assuming a power cost of O. S cents/kw. sidered is shifted to 1. 4-2. zoe the variation in total charges is small. -45- Discussion Question by D. Aronson, Worthington Corporation: Does ex pander provide refrigeration over range of temperature associated with both sensible cooling and liquefaction of oxygen for liquid plants? Answer by author: In the Heylandt cycle the exhaust temperature of the air leaving the engine may be about _160 o c, which is somewhat above the saturation temperature for air at the engine exhaust pressure.
The values of the process efficiencies for the conditions given are. 802 (12) This compares with the proces s efficiency for the cooling down process as indicated in Figure 1 of. 600 291 ( 13) The cooling down process has a much lower process efficiency than the liquefaction process because the refrigeration is supplied at a much lower temperature than required. This adverse condition is often alleviated by cooling down the gas from Th to some intermediate temperature by means of a supplementary refrigeration cycle.