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31. Measurement of Heat Conduction Through Stacked Screens
Published: 7/1/1997
Authors: T Kuriyama, F Kuriyama, Michael A Lewis, Ray Radebaugh
Abstract: This paper describes the experimental apparatus for the measurement of heat conduction through stacked screens as well as some experimental results taken with the apparatus. Screens are stacked in a fiberglass-epoxy cylinder, which is 24.4 mm in dia ...

32. Effect of Thermal Contraction of Sample Holder Material on Critical Current Measurement
Published: 8/1/1980
Authors: G Fujii, John (Jack) Ekin, Ray Radebaugh, Alan F. Clark

33. Possible Cryocoolers for SQUID Magnetometers
Published: 12/31/1977
Authors: J. E. Zimmerman, Ray Radebaugh, James D. Siegwarth

34. Refrigeration for Small Superconducting Devices
Published: 12/31/1976
Authors: J. E. Zimmerman, Ray Radebaugh, James D. Siegwarth

35. Flexible Laminates for Thermally Grounded Terminal Strips and Shielded Electrical Leads at Low Temperatures
Published: 1/1/1973
Authors: Ray Radebaugh, Nolan V. Frederick, James D. Siegwarth

36. Observation of Noise Temperature in the Millikelvin Range
Published: 9/1/1971
Authors: Robert A Kamper, James D. Siegwarth, Ray Radebaugh, J. E. Zimmerman

37. Crycoolers and High-T^dc^ Devices
Published: Date unknown
Author: Ray Radebaugh
Abstract: This chapter reviews various methods and their operating principles for producing cryogenic temperatures. The use of liquid cryogens for laboratory studies of superconducting electronic devices is a common practice. That technique is mentioned brie ...

38. Cryogenics
Published: Date unknown
Author: Ray Radebaugh
Abstract: This article is for publication in the Encyclopedia of Chemistry. The article gives a definition of cryogenics and describes the origin of the term and how it has been defined. Temperature scales and thermometry are discussed in relation to the ab ...

39. Thermodynamics of Regenerative Refrigerators
Published: Date unknown
Author: Ray Radebaugh
Abstract: Regeneration refrigerators operate with oscillating pressures and flows. Such refrigerators include the Stirling, Gifford-McMahon, and pulse tube refrigerators. This book chapter introduces the thermodynamics for analyzing such refrigeration system ...

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