By D. L. Atherton, A. R. Eastham (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus, D. H. Weitzel (eds.)
With the 1975 Cryogenic Engineering convention this se ries enters the 3rd decade of proposing the newest advances within the box of cryogenic engineering. The 1975 Cryogenic Engineering convention additionally marked the 1st time the assembly were held outdoor the territorial limits of the us. in keeping with the enthusiastic reaction of the attendees and the exemplary hospitality of the Canadian hosts, it definitely are usually not the final assembly to convene past the confines of the fifty states. The Cryogenic Engineering convention Board is very thankful to The Royal army university of Canada and Queen's college for the invitation to carry this assembly in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. the help of A. C. Leonard and his employees extra immeasurably in making this stopover at to Canada either a pie asant and a memorable one. The 1975 Cryogenic Engineering convention used to be the 1st assembly of this workforce at the new biennial convention time table. because the final convention in 1973, the Western Hemisphere has skilled the effect of assorted power shortages. therefore, it used to be acceptable that the subject matter "Cryogenics utilized to traditional source administration" for this convention used to be not just well timed but additionally a chance for the clinical neighborhood engaged in cryogenic actions to study the function of cryogenics in assembly those new demanding situations and difficulties dealing with the energy-deficient countries of the realm. The Cryogenic Engineering convention used to be additionally happy to have the Interna tional Cryogenic fabrics convention sign up for them during this meeting.
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Miller, B. C. Maglich, M. Mazarakis, and J. Nering, in: Advanees in Cryogenie Engineering, Vol. 21, Plenum Press, New York (1976), p. 9. A-4 LARGE SUPERCONDUCTING SOLENOID FOR TUE MINIMAG EXPERIMENT* M. A. Green Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley, California INTRODUCI10N The superconducting magnet described here was to be used as part of a detector for an experiment (MINIMAG) on the electron-positron storage ring and collidingbeam facility (SPEAR II) at the Stanford Linear Accelerator in California.
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