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Arcs in inert atmospheres and vacuum

Symposium on Arcs in Inert Atmospheres and Vacuum (1956 San Francisco)

Arcs in inert atmospheres and vacuum

papers presented at theSymposium on Arcs in Inert Atmospheres and Vacuum of the Electrothermics and Metallurgy Division of the Electrochemical Society, April 30 and May 1, 1956, San Francisco, California

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Edition Notes

Statementedited by W.E. Kuhn.
SeriesElectrochemical Society series
ContributionsKuhn, W. E., Electrochemical Society. Electrothermics and Metallurgy Division.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14379900M

kV machines are used extensively in the aero engine, aerospace and power generation industries. With kV systems it is possible to obtain far greater performance than with 60kV. In an inert atmosphere and vacuum, the lack of oxygen molecules is responsible for larger decay times as observed. Atmosphere-Dependent Photoconductivity of ZnO in the Urbach Tail However, due to perovskite's natural instability, the material must be held in an inert atmosphere, exposed to almost no oxygen, low humidity levels and no.

A vacuum furnace removes the oxygen and prevents this from happening. An inert gas, such as Argon, is often used to quickly cool the treated metals back to non-metallurgical levels (below °F [ °C]) after the desired process in the furnace. This inert gas can be pressurized to two times atmosphere or more, Missing: Arcs. An electrode is an electrical conductor used to make contact with a nonmetallic part of a circuit (e.g. a semiconductor, an electrolyte, a vacuum or air). The word was coined by William Whewell at the request of the scientist Michael Faraday from two Greek words: elektron, meaning amber (from which the word electricity is derived), and hodos, a way.. The electrophore, invented by Johan Wilcke.

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Heat transfer intensity and current density distributions at the anode of high current arcs in predominantly inert gas atmospheres were determined experimentally. Measurements were made for stable, axially symmetric arcs having a small diameter refractory metal cathode and a plane, cooled copper anode.

The experimental method consisted of splitting the anode, measuring the heat flux and Cited by: In contrast to the inert Ar atmosphere or vacuum conditions (not studied in current work), an arc plasma operated in reactive N 2 or O 2 atmosphere can alter the cathode surface also by reactions between the gas and the solid cathode, which is frequently referred to Cited by: 8.

ATMOSPHERES AND GASES argon. Provides an excellent inert atmosphere. It is used for gas-shielded arc welding and for heat treatment of special alloys. Generally, argon must be delivered at a dew point of less than –60°C (–75°F) and an oxygen content of less than 20 ppm.

commercial nitrogen atmospheres. Nitrogen is used in many heat. An anionic polymerization generally demands an inert atmosphere or vacuum techniques since the initiators and active chain ends are sensitive to moisture, oxygen, and carbon dioxide [9, 10].Missing: Arcs.

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The inert gas system is used to prevent the atmosphere in cargo tanks or bunkers from coming into the explosive range.

Inert gases keep the oxygen content of the tank atmosphere below 5% (on crude carriers, less for product carriers and gas tankers), thus making any air/hydrocarbon gas mixture in the tank too rich (too high a fuel to oxygen ratio) to ignite.Type J (Iron vs Constantan) is used in vacuum, oxidizing, inert or reducing atmospheres.

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