Design, Construction, and Performance of a Laboratory-Size Helium Liquefier
To fulfill a need for liquid helium at the Cryogenic Engineering Laboratory, a new helium liquefier having a capacity great enough to satisfy present demands for this liquid has been constructed.
KeywordsPressure Drop Heat Exchanger Liquid Helium Liquid Hydrogen Final Expansion
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