THERMAL AND ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY MEASUREMENTS OF CDA 510 PHOSPHOR BRONZE

Record Type
Proceedings
Full Title
THERMAL AND ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY MEASUREMENTS OF CDA 510 PHOSPHOR BRONZE
Author(s)
Tuttle J, Canavan E, Dipirro M
Publication Title
Transactions of the International Cryogenic Materials Conference-ICMC
Publication Date
2009 Jun 28
ISSN
0094-243X
ISBN
9780735407619
Volume
1219
First Page
55
Last Page
62
Conference Name
Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials
Conference Date
28 June-2 July 2009
Conference Location
Tucson, Arizona (USA)
Keyword(s)
Phosphor bronzes, Harnesses, Electric wire, Thermal conductivity, Heat transfer, Formulations, Phosphors, Operating temperature, Electric cables, Resistivity, Space telescopes, Radiators, Electrical resistivity, Conductance, Annealing, Cooling, Electrical conductivity, BRONZES, WIRE
Citation
Tuttle J, Canavan E, Dipirro M. THERMAL AND ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY MEASUREMENTS OF CDA 510 PHOSPHOR BRONZE. In: Transactions of the International Cryogenic Materials Conference-ICMC. Advances in Cryogenic Engineering Materials; 2009. p. 55-62.
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