By T. Kadota, T. Tanaka, Y. Kohno, H. Nakajima, H. Tsuji, K. Shibata (auth.), U. Balu Balachandran, Donald G. Gubser, K. Ted Hartwig, Richard P. Reed, William H. Warnes, Victoria A. Bardos (eds.)
"Since 1954 Advances in Cryogenic Engineering has been the archival ebook of papers awarded on the biennial CEC/ICMC meetings. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering is living in the course of the international within the libraries of so much associations that behavior study and improvement in cryogenic engineering and utilized superconductivity. The book comprises invited, unsolicited, and government-sponsored study papers within the examine components of superconductors and structural fabrics for cryogenic functions. the entire papers released needs to (1) be awarded on the convention, (2) cross the evaluation technique, and (3) record formerly unpublished theoretical reports, experiences, or measurements of fabric homes at low temperatures."
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In the argen atmesphere, a purge argen gas is supplied te the retort to monitor the oxygen and water concentration in the retort. ygen atmosphere will be established after cempletien of these precesses. These processes will be simultaneeusly perfermed at the heat treatment temperature of areund 723 K. The reasens to chose the temperature are as follows (I) Out range of the SAGBO temperature, (2) higher than water-out-gas temperature, (3) decomposition temperature of the oil, (4) a critical temperature for o"ygen desorption and absorption at the material of chromium, (5) no effect for reaction of a bronze 13 Figur~ 6.
A. Nishimura, J. Yamamoto, and A. Nyilas, Fracture toughness evaluation at cryogenic temperature by round bar with circumferential notch", Paper will be presented at Adv. Cryo. Eng. (Materials), at Portland USA, July 1997. 5. F. M. G. Wong, N. A. Mitchell, R. L. Tobler, M. M. Morra, R. G. Ballinger, and H. Nakajima, Selection ofjacket materials for ~Sn superconductor, tobe published in Symp. on Fusion Tech. SOFT, (1996), Lisbon. 6. A. Nyilas, J. Zhang, 8. Obst, and A. Ulbricht, Fatigue and fatigue crack growth properties of 316LN and lncoloy 908 below 10 K, in: "Advances in Cryogenic Engineering," 38:133 (1992) 24 LOW-TEMPERATURE TENSILE PROPERTIES OF Fe-Ni ALLOYS Richard P.
8. S. Hwang. G. M. M. 38, Plenum, New York ( 1992), I. M. Bozorth. "Ferromagnetism", Van Nostrand, New York. (1951), 684. T. Shimonosono, Y. Kurita and K. Shibata, Effects ofHigh Magnetic Fieldon Fracture Toughness of SUS304L Steel at 4K, Annua/ Report of the Eng Research Institute Fac. of Eng.. Univ. 52, 141. K. Shibata, H. Sakamoto, K, Fujita and T. 34, Plenum, New York (1988), 217. Unpublished data book of JAERI. "Handbook ofMaterials for Superconducting Machinery". NBS(l977). T. Ogata, K. Nagai, K.
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials by T. Kadota, T. Tanaka, Y. Kohno, H. Nakajima, H. Tsuji, K. Shibata (auth.), U. Balu Balachandran, Donald G. Gubser, K. Ted Hartwig, Richard P. Reed, William H. Warnes, Victoria A. Bardos (eds.)