cryogenic liquid


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cryogenic liquid

[‚krī·ə′jen·ik ′lik·wəd]
(cryogenics)
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Above, clients are shown the cryogenic liquid storage units.
Methane and hydrogen may be stored on a vehicle as cryogenic liquids or as high pressure gasses.
In its Pump-Fed Rocket Program, the Mojave-based rocket builder successfully pumped liquid oxygen through a cryogenic liquid oxygen pump, completing the second phase of a DARPA contract, said Rich Pournelle, company director of investor relations.
For the assist or process gas, which is used at the laser head to aid cutting, the new installation includes an outside bulk cryogenic oxygen vessel to replace individual cryogenic liquid oxygen dewars that were used and stored inside.
DaimlerChrysler's latest fuel cell vehicle, NECAR 4, built into the body of the tiny Mercedes "A Class," is its most road-ready yet, though the cryogenic liquid hydrogen in its tanks presents a host of infrastructure problems.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Cryogenic Liquid Nitrogen Container Capacity 500 Litres
The venerable RL10A-4-2 engine delivers 22,300 pounds of thrust to power the upper stage, using cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants during its operation.
4 meters), will store cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen that will feed the rocket's four RS-25 engines.
The problem arose when an electrical fault punched a hole in the enclosure containing cryogenic liquid helium, causing it to vaporise.
5 mm during liftoff and ascent--long enough to burn more than 500,000 gal of supercold cryogenic liquid propellants.
Lot 1, supply of mobile cryogenic liquid nitrogen containers.
6 feet, the core stage will store cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen to feed the vehicle's RS-25 engines.

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