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By Song Y. Yan

ISBN-10: 0387487417

ISBN-13: 9780387487410

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Marquardt this time, as well as historic documents on the early development of the field of cryogenics. By 1980, the Cryogenic Data Center had over 115,000 technical documents (hardcopy and microfiche) covering a period from 1829 to 1980. The Cryogenic Data Center’s responsibilities included data compilation, documentation, and technical services. A dedicated group of professionals supported these activities at the NBS for several decades. A brief description of the three major database activities at the Cryogenic Data Center, taken from a 1967 NBS reference, is included below to give a snapshot in time and describe the thoroughness and extent of NBS professional staff involvement in maintaining the electronic and hardcopy databases [7].

With the help of CPIA, an industry/government survey was conducted that demonstrated a need to retrieve and update the information contained in the former NBS Cryogenic Data Center, as well as a willingness to support this effort. CPIA, the IAC having the closest fit and significant overlap of cryogenic activity, is located at Johns Hopkins University at Columbia, MD. CPIA is the US national clearinghouse for worldwide information, data, and analysis on chemical, electrical, and nuclear propulsion.

The reliability of liquefaction systems in the 1950s was much improved over that of 50 years earlier, but was much inferior to what is expected today. For example, compressors required constant maintenance [55]. Also, cryogenic containers and large cryogenic tanks experienced relatively large boiloff losses due to heat leaks through the insulation system and support structures. Methane was first liquefied in small droplets by Cailletet in 1867 at a temperature of 112 K using his technique of compression and rapid expansion.

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