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  • Cryogenics: A new cryocooler

    A new cryocooler has been demonstrated at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that combines small-size, rapid cooling, low temperatures and high efficiency. It is a "pulse tube" design that uses oscillating helium gas to...

    • Publication date : 2007/05/04
  • Comparison of oxygen liquefaction methods for use on the surface of Mars

    An article published in Cryogenics reviews the various methods by which oxygen (used with methane as a propellant for ascent from the planet's surface) could be liquefied and stored on the surface of Mars.

    • Publication date : 2018/04/19
  • Vapour-compression alternatives to serve future HVAC applications

    A March 2014 report* prepared for the US Department of Energy by Navigant Consulting identifies and evaluates 17 technologies which could potentially replace traditional vapour-compression technology in residential and commercial HVAC applications

    • Publication date : 2014/07/01
  • A nanoelectronic chip cooled to the world record temperature of 2.8 mK

    A group of researchers of the University of Basel succeeded in cooling a nanoelectronic chip to a temperature very close to absolute zero thanks to magnetic cooling.

    • Publication date : 2018/03/22
  • Nano-cooling

    A reversible air-cooling and dehumidification system operating without refrigerant gases developed by Dais Analytic and undergoing beta testing is projected to reduce energy use and CO2 emissions by over 50%, to have Seasonal Energy Efficiency...

    • Publication date : 2011/07/01