Closed cycle cryogenic fiber extrusion system

Rahman, H.U.; Ruden, E.L.; Strohmaier, K.D.; Wessel, F.J.; Yur, G.
October 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct96, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p3533
Academic Journal
Describes a closed cycle cryogenic fiber extrusion system that produces frozen fibers of almost any condensable gas. Advantage of the extruder of employing a closed-refrigeration system; Specific temperature where the extrusion occurs; Need for a guiding structure to position the fiber between the electrodes with millimeter precision.


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