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Thermoacoustic oscillations in hydrogen systems.

Author(s) : WINKLER H., QUACK H.


The storage of hydrogen can be done in different ways; one of them is at temperatures around 25 K in the liquid phase. A problem, well known in helium technology, is the arising of thermo acoustic oscillations coming up with a tremendous increase of the heat input through the cold liquid. This work investigates the main influencing parameters for the gas oscillation. In addition to a theoretical overview, an experimental setup is presented, and some results of the experiments are shown.

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Pages: 2006-3/ICEC I-A4


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  • Original title: Thermoacoustic oscillations in hydrogen systems.
  • Record ID : 2008-0469
  • Languages: English
  • Source: Multiconference CryoPrague 2006 (9th Cryogenics 2006, ICEC 21, ICMC'06)
  • Publication date: 2006/07/17


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