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The 1959 Cryogenic Engineering convention Committee is happy to pre despatched the papers of the 1959 Cryogenic Engineering convention. we're lucky to have had the collage of California at Berkeley, Ca!., as our host for the 5th nationwide assembly of this sort. The circulation to the West Coast for this earlier Cryogenic Engineering convention was once brought on partly by way of the massive focus of missile actions that are to be came across there. popularity of cryogenic operations and strategies within the mis sile box is given in lots of of the incorporated papers. The collage of California used to be definitely wen fitted to any such assembly as this since it used to be the following that a lot early paintings used to be performed in cryogenics. This pioneering in cryogenics continues to be obvious this day within the operation of the 72-in. bub ble chamber on the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory. The Cryogenic Engineering convention salutes the missile and the cryogenic pioneers of the previous day and this present day on the college of California. unique thank you needs to visit Dr. D. N. Lyon from the Low-Temperature Laboratory of the college of California, who as chairman of the 1959 Cryogenic Engineering convention Committee has labored tirelessly to extend the stature of this convention. vii ACKNOWLEDGMENT The Cryogenic Engineering convention Committee is deeply thankful for the continuing help and curiosity of the next corporations who made the 1959 Cryogenic Engineering convention attainable. Aerojet-General company A. D. Little, Inc.
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Extra info for Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Proceedings of the 1959 Cryogenic Engineering Conference University of California, Berkeley, California September 2–4, 1959
The deflections of the casting were measured at internal pressures up to 70 psig. at which pressure it deflected 15 mUs . At the design maximum operating pressure of 120 pSig, the casting should deflect 25 mUs. 42 H. P. Hernandez Fig. 4. Chamber casting, showing inflatable gasket. A second test was made with only the chamber and the hydrogen shield to determine the reaction force in the glass. This measurement was made by applying a point load at the center of the window opening. This is the prestress load point .
A. Byrns, "A large liquid hydrogen bubble cham- ber," 1956 Cryogenic Engineering Conference Proceedings. 2. L. R. Lucas, "72-inch bubble chamber stainless steel selecrton," UCID 85 (April4, 1957). 3. A. L. Schaeffler, "Welding dissimilar me tals with stainless electrodes," Iron Age (July, 1948). 4. L. G. Ratner, "72-inch bubble chamber magnetic measurements," UCID 695 (March 23, 1959). 5. J. Hart, F. Tanforan, and L. Lucas, "72-inch chamber hydrostatie test," UCID 549 (March 3, 1958). 6. F. Tanforan and R.
The seal improved with operation. The chamber-side pumpout varied from 350 to 65,u. The glass-side indium seal did not indicate any rate of rise and the pressure is essentially the base pressure of the manifold. The helium is supplied to the gasket througha pressure regulator which maintains the set pressure by adding or exhausting gas. Apressure regulator maintains a constant helium pressure. However, each warm-up of the liquid from 20 to 27°K causes helium gas to be lost. This helium consumption requires the changing of helium bottles while the chamber is cold and involves the risk of getting air mixed with the helium, which would freeze in the cold line.