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The best part? Sherman on space cryogenic systems including passive radiators, solid cryogens, mechanical and magnetic coolers, and adsorption systems.
Recent advancements included a 65 K Stifling cycle cooler with no rubbing parts, a one-year-lifetime liquid helium Dewar, and testing of solid hydrogen systems. Future applications were envisioned for gamma-ray and high energy astronomy, infrared astronomy, and space surveillance.
Van Sciver presented new and exciting research in super fluid helium. The basic heat transfer phenomenon was related to applications in superconducting magnets, as were the relative merits of saturated versus subcooled operations of Helium II. In a final plenary talk Dr F.
Fickett covered an historical perspective on low temperature materials research. Structural and thermal components of cryogenic systems were the main topic, with practical superconductors included as well. In addition to the exceptional technical programme, a number of entertaining events were enjoyed by family and guests such as the world-famous Balboa Park, the San Diego Zoo and an evening dinner in the town of the Wild Animal Park.
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Cryogenic fluids, or cryogens, may be defined as those whose boiling temperature at 1 bar normal boiling point is less than K. Good cryogenic engineering practice includes never using materials at cryogenic temperatures unless their behavior at those temperatures is well understood and never extrapolating room temperature properties down to cryogenic temperatures.
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