Supplier: 3M Electronics Design & Manufacturing
Description: it useful as a non-conductive heat transfer fluid.
- Composition / Chemistry: Synthetic / Semi-synthetic
- Chemistry / Constituents: CFC / Chlorofluorocarbon
- Density / Specific Gravity (@15.6°C, 60°F): 1.63 specific gravity
- Kinematic Viscosity (@ 40°C): 0.2700 cSt
Supplier: Kuriyama of America, Inc.
Description: Application : To convey cooling water to furnace doors in steel mills, glass plants, foundries, or where the hose is subjected to high temperatures and splashes of white-hot molten metals or glass. Cover : Heat resistant beige EPDM, non-conductive resin-coated dust-free fiberglass cover
- Product Form: Hose (including Duct)
- Inside Diameter: 0.5000 to 3 inch
- Outside Diameter: 0.9800 to 3.78 inch
- Working Pressure: 300 psi
Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: /microstrain nominalNoise Floor (Wideband): 0.0003 g (rms)Weight: 50 g (1.8 oz) nominal (without cable)Material: Inner Housing: 303 SS Outer Jacket: Non-conductive composite polymerDimensions: 2.16 H x 2.54 cm D (0.85 x 1.00")Connector: 2.5 m (10') integral coaxial cable to BNCMMounting: 10-32 removable
- Acceleration: 40 to 75 g
- Frequency Range: 3 to 5000 Hz
- Number of Axes: Single Axis
- Sensor Technology: Resonance
Description: is the coolant for you. Features and Specifications: Non-conductive Non-corrosive Anti-algae and anti-evaporative properties Non-Toxic Excellent thermal properties Biodegradable
Supplier: Newark / element14
Description: CONDUCTIVE GREASE, SYRINGE, 6.5G; Lubricant Type:Grease Conductive; Lubricant Applications:Electrical; Color:Grey / Silver; Dispensing Method:Syringe; Weight:6.5g; Leaded Process Compatible:Yes; Operating Temperature Max:485°F
- Function / Application: Grease, Metal Cutting
Description: No Description Provided
- Media Type: Liquid
- Level Measurement Type: Continuous Level
- Device Classification: Sensor-Only
- Output Options: Analog Voltage Signal, Analog Current Signal (e.g., 4-20 mA)
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If an electrically conducting coolant is used, there is an additional pressure drop produced by the interaction of the coolant with the magnetic field.
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This effect can be mitigated with electrical/thermal insulating sleeves that are near, but not necessarily attached to, any conductive coolant channel walls.
Effects of nonuniform surface heat flux and uniform volumetric heating on blanket design for fusion reactors
Therefore, a strong magnetic field perpendicular to the flow of an electrically conducting coolant will reduce the film temperature drops due to uniform surface heat flux and volumetric heat generation by a factor of about two.
Effects of Nonuniform Surface Heat Flux and Uniform Volumetric Heating on Blanket Design for Fusion Reactors
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the electrically- conducting coolant in the pool interferes with the plasma transient operations (e.g., startup, oscillating-field current-drive).