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Books about High Vac and High Pressure

Books about High Vac and High Pressure

Books about High Vac and High Pressure

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Hello

I have some future projects which include High vacuum below 10-3 to 10-4 Torr maybe more and some high pressure system to play with supercritical Co2 with fluctuating temperatures and pressure..

I wonder if there is any recommendations for books that explains how to plan and calculate these kinds of systems. wall thickness and common problems when designing these things. anything from basic construction to more advanced books. Currently studying material science (metallurgy) in Bergsskolan so i have some basic understanding but i want to dig deeper into this subject.

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RE: Books about High Vac and High Pressure

Do a google search "books on high vacuum technology". You will get hits for one really good book you can purchase, and some free books which are pretty helpful.

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