Heat Transfer in Pulsed Superconducting Magnets.
Final rept. 10 Apr-31 Dec 73,
NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS BOULDER COLO CRYOGENICS DIV
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The first section of the report summarizes design problems for the development of advanced superconducting pulse magnets, leading to recommendations for future work, primarily in 1 evaluation of eddy-current, hysteresis, and frictional losses, and 2 transient heat transfer between the superconductor and the helium. Two subsequent sections report measurements of forced convection heat transfer respectively to subcooled liquid helium and to supercritical helium just above the critical pressure. Author
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