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I'm interested to find out more about cryogenic thermodynamics (qualitative and quantitative analysis) including coverage of heat transfer analysis at cryo temps. Could someone recommend a good introductory text?

Much obliged,
Ss

RE: Textbook recommendation

I can recommend an excellent scientific journal entitled The Journal of Low Temperature Physics. This publication deals with a very wide variety of subjects at cryogenic temperatures, and can usually be found in the physics library at your local college or university.

Maui

RE: Textbook recommendation

I've been searching for the journal you are mentioning, but didn't find it.
Do you, by any change, have more info about "The Journal of Low Temperature Physics"?


Cryotechnic

RE: Textbook recommendation

Cryotechnic, click on the following link to access the webpage for this scientific journal.

http://www.phy.duke.edu/~hm/JLTP/

Maui

RE: Textbook recommendation

There is a great book: Cryogenic Process Engineering, written by Klaus Timmerhaus and Thomas M. Flynn. Plenum Press.

ISBN 0-306-43283-8

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