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Reduction of the effects of asymmetrical convection in titled pulse-tube refridgerators

Reduction of the effects of asymmetrical convection in titled pulse-tube refridgerators
Reduction of the effects of asymmetrical convection in titled pulse-tube refridgerators
Several simple ways are suggested for reducing convective heat losses associated with tilting a Pulse Tube Refrigerator thereby minimising loss of cooling power. These include the use of one or more longitudinal baffles, and changing the cross section of the pulse tube from circular to elliptical.
pulse-tube refrigerators, convective losses, asymmetric convection, cryocooler
0011-2275
359-360
Scurlock, R.G.
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Beduz, C.
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Scurlock, R.G.
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Beduz, C.
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Scurlock, R.G. and Beduz, C. (1998) Reduction of the effects of asymmetrical convection in titled pulse-tube refridgerators. Cryogenics, 38 (3), 359-360. (doi:10.1016/S0011-2275(97)00167-7).

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Abstract

Several simple ways are suggested for reducing convective heat losses associated with tilting a Pulse Tube Refrigerator thereby minimising loss of cooling power. These include the use of one or more longitudinal baffles, and changing the cross section of the pulse tube from circular to elliptical.

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Published date: 1998
Keywords: pulse-tube refrigerators, convective losses, asymmetric convection, cryocooler

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Local EPrints ID: 21301
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/21301
ISSN: 0011-2275
PURE UUID: c19876e7-7da9-4af5-879b-fdce253a3368

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Date deposited: 20 Nov 2006
Last modified: 14 Jan 2021 19:18

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