Recent Developments in Cryogenics Research

Sergiy Putselyk, Ph.D. (Editor)
FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI055000

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Cryogenics, a term commonly used to refer to very low temperatures, had its beginning in the latter half of the 19th century. Traditionally, this field is separated from Cryogenic Engineering and Low Temperature Physics (LTP). Cryogenic engineering is concerned with the design and development of low-temperature systems and components, while low temperature physics is more related to the fundamental research of material or fluid properties. This book discusses some recent findings and developments as well as gives an outlook on the fields of helium cryogenics and LTP. The main focus will be given to the helium cryogenics, though a smaller review is also presented for the fields of cryogenic energy storage facilities. Some future trends and R&D activities are also discussed. To orient the reader, the first four chapters are related to LTP, while the major part of the book is then devoted to helium cryogenics, for example, refrigeration techniques, cryostats, low temperature electronics, safety, etc.

It should be particularly suited for advanced students, young researchers or engineers, who are intending to proceed with careers in helium cryogenics or LTP. However, the authors believe that the book will also be of value to experienced scientists, since it describes several very recent advances in experimental low temperature physics and technology, for example, ultra-low temperature technique and thermometry, as well as progress in helium cryogenics, such as heat transfer, cryostat designs for large facilities, and refrigerator developments. Extensive references are provided for the readers interested in the details of the cryogenic engineering advances. And last but not least, the authors hope that this book will widen the horizons of many without a solid state background, but with a general interest in low temperature physics and helium cryogenics.

In attempting to cover such a wide field, a large degree of selection has been necessary, as complete volumes have been written on many topics which here have had to be covered in very few pages or less. It is inevitable that not everyone will agree with the present choice, especially if it is their own subject which has been discussed very briefly or not mentioned at all, and the editor accepts full responsibility for the selections made. The book is written at a level which should be followed by a university graduate in science or engineering, although, if their background has not included a course in cryogenic engineering, general or solid-state physics, some groundwork may be lacking.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. 3He
(Sergiy Putselyk, PhD, FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany)

Chapter 2. 4He
(Sergiy Putselyk, PhD, FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany)

Chapter 3. Heavy Fermions
(Sergiy Putselyk, PhD, FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany)

Chapter 4. Ultra-Low Temperature Technique
(Sergiy Putselyk, PhD, FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany)

Chapter 5. Cryogenic Engineering of Cryostats with Superconducting Magnets and Cavities
(Sergiy Putselyk, PhD, FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany)

Chapter 6. Large Scale Cryogenic Facilities
(Sergiy Putselyk, PhD, FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany)

Chapter 7. Refrigerators
(Sergiy Putselyk, PhD, FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany)

Chapter 8. Heat Transfer
(Sergiy Putselyk, PhD, FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany)

Chapter 9. Cryogenic Instrumentation
(Sergiy Putselyk, PhD, FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany)

Chapter 10. Cryogenic Level Meters
(Eusebiu Ilarian Ionete, PhD, Stefan Ionut Spiridon, PhD, and Bogdan Florian Monea, National Research and Development Institut for Cryogenics and Isotopic Technologies, ICSI, Valcea, Romania)

Chapter 11. Cryogenic Electronics
(Sergiy Putselyk, PhD, FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany)

Chapter 12. Safety
(Sergiy Putselyk, PhD, FERCHAU Engineering GmbH, Köln, Germany)

Chapter 13. Cryogenic Energy Storage: Characteristics, Potential Applications and Economic Benefit
(Sarah Hamdy, Tatiana Morosuk, PhD, George Tsatsaronis, PhD, Institute for Energy Engineering, Technische Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany)

Index

“Present book gives a good review on advances in the field of cryogenic engineering. Many references are given and it is possible to follow main trends in cryostats and refrigerators designs, and other fields as well. Detailed discussion of safety is also very helpful for practicing engineers. It is important to introduce such book series in order to have a short review in this field.” - Bernd Gottschlich, Chief of Cryogenic Engineering Department, Cryotherm GmbH & Co. KG

Keywords: Helium cryogenics, low temperature physics

Audience: Cryogenics Engineers,
Low temperature physicists
Graduate students in the field of cryogenic engineering and low temperature physics.
Scientists wanting to have a short overview in the field of cryogenics

For the non-professional people of industries this book will be (most probably) of little interest.

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