By W. E. Moeckel (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)
The 1960 Cryogenic Engineering convention Committee is happy to offer the papers of the 1960 Cryogenic Engineering convention. dialogue of the papers, anyplace to be had, has additionally been integrated to make the papers extra priceless and fascinating to the reader. This annual assembly once more has been held in Boulder, Colorado. Many delegates will remember that comparable conferences have been held in Boulder in 1954, 1956 and 1957. even though, this yr, a result of endured development of this convention, the nationwide Bureau of criteria Boulder Laboratories was once joined via the school of Engineering of the collage of Colorado in web hosting this 6th nationwide con ference. The Cryogenic Engineering convention Committee is worked up to recognize the aid of a piece of writing Committee which contributed worthy assistance within the tricky and thankless job of screening the initial papers and in addition re viewing the ultimate drafts. This committee headedby R. B. jacobs, who additionally served as chairman for the convention Committee, consisted of R. W. Arnett, D. B. Chelton, R. J. Corruccini, T. M. Flynn, R. H. Kropschot, R. M. McClintock, A. F. Schmidt, L. E. Scott and W. A. Wilson.
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E. Glaser, ·Single-Plate Apparatus for Tests of Low-Temperature Thermal Conductivity,' Tenth International Congress of Refrigeration, Copenhagen (August, 1959). 3. D. B. Chelton and D. B. Mann, Cryogenic Data Book, University of California Press, Berkeley, Calif. (1956). 4. W. T. Ziegler and H. Cheung, "Total Emissivity of Some Surfaces at 77~," Advances in Cryogenic Engineering, Vol. D. , New York (1960). 5. R. B. Scott, Cryogenic Engineering, D. van Nostrand Company, Princeton, New Jersey (1959).
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Advances in Cryogenic Engineering: Proceedings of the 1960 Cryogenic Engineering Conference University of Colorado and National Bureau of Standards Boulder, Colorado August 23–25, 1960 by W. E. Moeckel (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)