Refrigeration – Storage of solidified or liquified gas – With measuring
62 501, 62 511, F17C 1302
A cryogenic device comprises a vessel to be maintained at a cryogenic temperature. The vessel is mounted on a storage tank in a pressure Eight relationship. Cryogenic fluid under pressure is forced into the vessel through a transfer tube. The temperature in the vessel is controlled by flow of cryogenic fluid through the vessel. A throttle valve in a line leading from the cryogenic vessel regulates the cryogenic fluid flow in relation to a sensed temperature in the vessel.
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Silver Arnold H.
Zimmerman James E.
Capossela Ronald C.
Goldstein S. L.
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