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Annual report on numerical studies of the surface tension effect of cryogenic liquid helium

Annual report on numerical studies of the surface tension effect of cryogenic liquid helium

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Published by University of Alabama in Huntsville, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Huntsville, Ala, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cryogenics.,
  • Gravity probe B.,
  • Interfacial tension.,
  • Liquid helium 2.,
  • Liquid sloshing.,
  • Liquid-vapor interfaces.,
  • Satellite rotation.,
  • Superfluidity.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNumerical studies of the surface tension effect of cryogenic liquid helium.
    Statementprepared by R.J. Hung.
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-197014.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15408188M

    2 liquid mixture F is greater than the O 2 concentration of the vapour D. A certain volume of liquid corre-sponding to the same volume of reflux constantly flows from the tray above into the liquid mixture below with an equivalent volume flowing down over a weir onto the tray below. The vapour D u coming from the bottom tray penetrates the. Their effects on the liquid velocity and the temperature fields are also examined. PROBLEM FORMULATION The physical system considered and coordinates are illustrated in figure 1. A circular cylindrical tank of diameter D is filled with a cryo-gen such as liquid hydrogen, nitrogen, or oxygen at a liquid level height H.

    treatment or cryogenic is used for minimizing the amount of retained austenite content in tool steels. Cryogenic processing had its US origins in the s. Cryogenic processing will make the metal harder & therefore more brittle, Cryogenic processing has no effect . pressure head of liquid helium and Clapeyron Equation tell us that helium saturation temperature increases by about mK/cm of depth. Substituting K/cm into equation (3) on slide 12 results in W/cm2 heat flux vertically to the surface of the helium II. .

      Although helium was first liquefied by H.K. Onnes in , it wasn’t until the early s that liquid helium became more readily available, following the development and commercialization of the Collins Helium Cryostat. This allowed large-scale production of liquid helium, improving the accessibility of cryogenic research. Md. Ruhul Amin, Rakibul Hasan Sagor, Ghulam Saber, "Numerical Study of the Dispersion Properties of an X-band Backward Wave Oscillator with Rectangularly Rippled Wall Resonator," Istanbul University World Conference On Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Wow Istanbul Convention Centre, Turkey May ,


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Annual report on numerical studies of the surface tension effect of cryogenic liquid helium Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Annual report on numerical studies of the surface tension effect of cryogenic liquid helium. [R J Hung; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. ANNUAL REPORT ON NUMERICAL STUDIES OF THE SURFACE TENSION EFFECT OF CRYOGENIC LIQUID HELIUM Research Grant Number: NASA Research Grant NAG (NASA-CR) NUMERICAL STUDIES N OF THE SURFACE TENSION EFFECI OF CRYOGENIC LIQUID HELIUM Annual Report, period ending 30 Sep.

Unclas (Alabama Univ.} 62 p G3/34. Liquefied gases, such as liquid nitrogen and liquid helium, are used in many cryogenic nitrogen is the most commonly used element in cryogenics and is legally purchasable around the world.

Liquid helium is also commonly used and allows for the lowest attainable temperatures to be reached. These liquids may be stored in Dewar flasks, which are double-walled. Enhanced surface integrity properties include smoother and more precise surfaces, grain refinement, and increase in surface hardness.

This paper reports on the effect of liquid nitrogen (LN) cryogenic cooling and cutting parameters on surface hardness of drilled holes in magnesium alloy by:   The effects of cryogenic cooling on the surface integrity of the machined component have recently been shown, while no specific studies as yet reported the effectiveness of cryogenic cooling in hard machining.

Therefore, the primary objective of this paper is to investigate the effects of cryogenic cooling on surface integrity (surface Cited by: Numerical study on the heat transfer characteristics of oscillating flow in cryogenic regenerators.

select article Effect of baffles on pressurization and thermal stratification in cryogenic tanks under micro-gravity select article Effect of number of turns and configurations on the heat transfer performance of helium cryogenic. Cryogenics is the branch of physics that deals with the production and effects of very low temperatures.

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the largest cryogenic system in the world and one of the coldest places on Earth. All of the magnets on the LHC are electromagnets – magnets in which the magnetic field is produced by the flow of electric current.

Grayson et al. adopted the Flow-3D software to research the pressurization performance of cryogenic LH 2 and liquid nitrogen (LN 2) tank with the pressurized helium injection.

Lopez et al. [8], [9] developed a CFD model to study the pressure control of an ellipsoidal-shaped LH 2 tank in both normal gravity and low gravity condition. The main effect plots for surface roughness revealed that on average cryogenic machining produced lower surface roughness than dry and flood cooling machining environments.

Furthermore, it recommends that lower feed rate and depth of cut should be used to reduce surface roughness whilst higher levels of cutting speed are favourable. Thus, in this investigation, deep cryogenic treatment was applied to this alloy to study its effect on microstructure and mechanical properties of H13 tool steel.

Furthermore, some abrasion tests have been carried out to study the abrasion characteristics of H13 tool steel before and after cryogenic. on noise power estimation for cryogenic cold compressors with active magnetic bearings", IMEKO XXI World Congress(Prague). [3]P. Arpaia, M. Girone, do, M.

Pezzetti, F. Piccinelli () \Surface response-based performance assessment of a virtual-owmeter based transducer for helium monitoring", IMEKO XXI World Congress(Prague). Determining the shapes of a rotating liquid droplet bound by surface tension is an archetypal problem in the study of the equilibrium shapes of.

In cryogenic machining using liquid nitrogen, the surface integrity characteristics of Ti-6Al-7Nb alloy significantly improved compared to dry and flood-cooled machining.

Liquid hydrogen,solid hydrogen, Gas-absorbing powers of charcoal, Surface tension of soap bubbles, during and after WW1 Last publication in (at 80 yrs age) Was able to engage in quite vitriolic arguments with other scientists: argue with Dewar was akin to being a fly in molasses Lost race for He liquefaction.

AIR FORCE REPORT NO. AEROSPACE REPORT'NO. C SAMSO-TR TR ()-i Survey of Cryogenic Cooling Techniques Prepared by. pulse echo method. Effects of such low temperature would then be studied by examining the shear properties by the short beam shear test, and also the fracture toughness properties over a wide range of strain rate and temperature.

At present these studies are continuing. The limited data obtained from these studies are reported in this report. Helium liquefies at K, becoming what is known as helium I. At K, however, it abruptly becomes helium II, a liquid with such low viscosity that it can literally crawl up the side of a glass and flow through microscopic holes too small to permit the passage of ordinary liquids, including helium I.

(Helium I and helium II are, of course. I have made this report file on the topic Cryogenics; I have tried my best to elucidate all the relevant detail to the topic to be included in the report. While in the beginning I have tried to give a general view about this topic.

My efforts and wholehearted co-corporation of. Van Sciver is author of over publications and patents in low temperature physics, liquid helium technology, cryogenic engineering and magnet technology. The first edition of Helium Cryogenics.

Particularities of Helium • transition to a superfluid phase below the λ-point (K) effects: – viscosity decreases by several orders of magnitude – creeps up the wall – thermomechanic (fountain) effect – heat conductivity increases by several orders of magnitude – second sound due to the two-fluid character.

In this chapter we shall examine the specific effects of these fluctuations and explain how an appropriate low temperature environment can be established for magnetic field sensors.

For a general discussion of cryogenic techniques, the reader may consult the book of Lounasmaa (). The numerical study is carried out considering 1D flow through a cryogenic feedline of m long and m inner diameter with liquid nitrogen at K as working fluid.

Predictions are made for the inlet pressure in the range of – MPa and initial wall temperature of K .1. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, Volumes 1 – 48, Plenum Press These are the proceedings of the Cryogenic Engineering Conference / International Cryogenic Materials Conference which is held biannually (odd years) in North America.

As roughly 50 % of this conference concerns cryogenic materials, these proceedings can be quite useful. 2.