Using temporary cryostat support structure

Guillon, F.
September 1994
Review of Scientific Instruments;Sep94, Vol. 65 Issue 9, p3038
Academic Journal
This paper describes a simple portable mechanical structure to support a medium size cryostat. The structure can provide adequate support for an helium-3 cryostat with an 8 T magnet while the Dewar can be stored between experiment in a pit hole area below the temporary structure.


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