Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Proceedings of the 1961 by E. F. Westrum Jr. (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.) PDF

By E. F. Westrum Jr. (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)

The 1961 Cryogenic Engineering convention Committee is happy to provide the papers of the 1961 Cryogenic Engineering convention. we're thankful to have had the college of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Michigan as our host for the 7th annual assembly of this staff. The convention Committee in providing the papers oftbis convention takes this chance to recognize the help of a piece of writing Committee within the choice of papers for this system. considering over 100 and twenty papers have been submitted, their job of screening and comparing the papers was once a dif­ ficult one. The Committee guided by means of G. j. V an Wylen, who additionally served as chair­ guy of the convention Committee, incorporated R. W. Arnett, B. W. Birmingham, D. B. Chelton, R. j. Corruccini, C. j. Guntner, M. j. Hiza, R. B. jacobs, A. J. Kidnay, R. H. Kropschot, j. Macinko, D. B. Mann, R. P. Mikesell, R. L. Powell, J. R. Purcell, R. P. Reed, R. j. Richards, A. F. Schmidt, R. B. Stewart, and ok. A. Warren.

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Tt. i . • . \ HEUUM 3~ IESOURCES bllhon ~ub•t Ir Fig. 5. Effect of the he lium conser vation program. In summary, as shown in Fig. 5, we estimate that about 36 billion cubic feet of helium will be utilized to meet current needs between now and 1985. Without conservation, we would have only 35 billion cubic feet of our resources remairring in 1985. ion cubic feet available in 1985 to meet future needs. 28 H. P. Wheeler, Jr. The conserved helium would be stored Underground in the Cliffside gasfield near Amarillo, Texas.

Curve (c) is then constructed showing the variation of differential pressure on the shaft with the eccentric displacement. Over a restricted range the differential pressure (curve c) may be assumed to be linear; thus, the corresponding restoringforce is also linear and is directly proportional to the displacement. B. W. Birmingham, H. Sixsmith, and W. A. Wilson 38 (supply pressure) 200 psig .. Q. 0010 PLATE SEPARATION ,inches Fig. 9. Load-carrying capacity and stiffness of a thrust bearing. a , ', 0 EGGENTRICITY, inches Fig.

10. Adjusting poles and venting device. Venting devices, using pressure difference, may be used to solve the venting problem. A pipe leadingfromtheinsideofthe tank to the outside may be equipped with a movable lip, which has the shape of a truncated cone (Fig. 10), so that the surface of the minimum area is not tangent to the lip. The lip rotation is a consequence of the pressure difference, and it creates a centrifugal force which produces a small gravitational field forcing the liquid against the tank wall and drawing the vapor bubble toward the axis.

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