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By R. W. Fast (auth.), R. W. Fast (eds.)
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The adjacent curve is an estimate of this temperature from an analytical model of the cryogenic/magnet system. The analysis is a transient finite-difference calculation of local temperatures in the refrigerator affected by its turbo-expander and HX characteristics and thermal load imposed by the magnets. 6 OPERATION RESULTS Several days after the magnets were filled with LHe, we observed temperatures at many locations on the exterior surfaces of the magnets (as shown in Fig. 2). 3 K and corresponded to the range of the two temperature-measurement locations in Fig.
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2. Coo1down from room temperature to liquid nitrogen temperature was accomplished by using the building gaseous nitrogen. The incoming nitrogen gas was divided into a stream passing through a liquid nitrogen heat exchanger and a room temperature stream. Inlet temperature and mass flow of the nitrogen gas were adjusted through the separate valve settings of the two streams. Outgoing gas from the magnet vent line was fed to the liquid nitrogen shield trace1ine. This was disconnected after the nitrogen coo1down was completed and the latter was reconnected to the liquid nitrogen supply.
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Volume 29 by R. W. Fast (auth.), R. W. Fast (eds.)