By P. G. Marston, A. M. Dawson, D. B. Montgomery, J. E. C. Williams (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus, H. A. Snyder (eds.)
The Cryogenic Engineering convention celebrated its Silver Anniversary on the 1979 convention held at Madison, Wisconsin. for plenty of it supplied a chance to reminisce in regards to the first Cryogenic Engineering convention convened on the nationwide Bureau of criteria in Boulder, Colorado and in addition in regards to the many following meetings and advances that were pronounced at those meetings. it's tricky to achieve that the 1st Cryogenic Engineering convention used to be held earlier than the arrival of multilayer insulation, the gap age, large-scale LNG Operations and superconductivity functions. The evolution of those actions has been conscientiously recorded in previous volumes of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering. · once more, the Cryogenic Engineering convention is worked up to have had the overseas Cryogenic fabrics convention cohost this assembly on the collage of Wisconsin. Collaboration among those meetings has confirmed to be together helpful through offering the cryogenic engineer with an in-depth publicity to fabrics houses, choice, and usage to counterpoint the publicity to new functions and layout techniques. The papers offered at this joint convention as a part of the overseas Cryogenic fabrics convention can be released as quantity 26 of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering.
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The required rate of venting is approximately 7200 g/s. The fluid temperature initially is approximately 16 K. Practically all of the heat added to the cryostat passes through the cylindrical shell. Rate of heat input to the vessel is on the order of 525 kW. The minimumrate of condensation of air (with free access to the ~ostat) is 1100 g/s. Even for air at sonic velocity, a minimumhole area of 60 cm2 (such as a 3-in. pipe) is needed to supply air at that rate. It appears that a massive vacuum break to airwill automatically be followed by a quench of the magnet, but the rate of mass expulsion of the warm fluid in contact with the normal coil is not as fast as for a quench without vacuum failure.
Kraft, W. Sajdak of Argonne National Laboratory; R. Waiting, independent consultant; D. Krajcinovicof University of Dlinois Circle Campus; M. Hila! of the Michigan Technological University; and W. Young of the University of Wisconsin. HEFERENCES 1. -T. Wang, L. R. Turner, R. C. Niemann, L. Genens, and M. S. Srinivasan, "A Superconducting Dipole Magnet System for the MHD Facility at University of TennesseeSpace Institute," presented at 13th lntersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, San Diego, California, August 20-25, 1978.
Labor hours were estimated for each of the 12 tasks, engineering supervision assumed as equivalent to 15% of the technician Iabor total. lt was then assumed that technician Iabor would be billed at a rate of $15 per hour and that engineering Iabor would be billed at $35 per hour. 32 x 106 from the 10-kA to the 250-kA Ievel with the greatest variation at the low current Ievels. The remaining Operations in Fig. 2 are independent of current Ievel. Labor estimates were generated and priced at $15 or $20 per hour depending on the task involved.