cryogenic cooling

cryogenic cooling

(krÿ-ŏ-jen -ik) The cooling of instruments, etc., to very low temperatures, usually using liquid helium or liquid nitrogen. See infrared detectors; infrared telescope.
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Oxford Cryosystems is based in Long Hanborough, Oxfordshire and manufactures cryogenic cooling systems used for X-Ray crystallography and other applications.
Other researcher used cryogenic cooling for machining of stainless steels.
If such a low-cost, flexible, single-crystal-like substrate is used to grown heteroepitaxial devices, it will allow for fabrication of low-cost, large-area, flexible, high-performance CdTe-based devices such as photodetectors for short, medium and long wavelength IR radiation operating without cryogenic cooling.
Experimental Investigation of Cryogenic Cooling by Liquid Nitrogen in the Orthogonal Machining Process by M.Dhananchezian, M.
Based in Orem, Utah, the company develops and markets innovative, proprietary technologies in cryogenic cooling for the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, medical and transportation markets.
Its innovative cooling is capable of sustained temperatures down to -100[degrees]C without liquid nitrogen or other cryogenic cooling. The iKon-XL weighs 26.5 pounds (12 kg) and is available with USB3 or direct fiber optic interface.
Sunpower's CryoTel Cube cryogenic cooling system provides a maintenance-free, high-performance, high-reliability solution for cryogenic applications.
In furtherance of this effort, Amuda and Mridha [12] reported the adoption of cryogenic cooling via enhanced convective flow of liquid nitrogen for the control of the grain structure of AISI 430 ferritic stainless steel welds.
The Largest cryogenic cooling system at the time went online in September 1983.