Author: Chiou, W.-S.
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TUPMB049 Development of Separator Cooling System for Helium 1209
  • W.R. Liao, S.-H. Chang, W.-S. Chiou, P.S.D. Chuang, F. Z. Hsiao, H.C. Li, T.F. Lin, H.H. Tsai
    NSRRC, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  A helium phase separator with a condenser is under fabrication and assembled at National Synchrotron Radiation Research Centre (NSRRC). The objective of a helium phase separator with its condenser is to separate two-phase helium flow and to re-condense vaporized gaseous helium with a cryocooler of Gifford-McMahon type. We developed a 100 litre (ltr) helium phase separator with a small heat loss as a prototype. The experimental results for the total cooling capacity of the phase separator are 0.73 W at 1.67 bara, which includes the effect of thermal conduction and thermal radiation from the environment. The helium liquefaction rate is 2 ltr/day with a 100 ltr vessel. The mechanism of heat transfer in phase separator was investigated and discussed. This paper presents the experiment of helium liquefaction process of 100 ltr separator with condenser, which was a key component of the helium phase separator.  
DOI • reference for this paper ※ DOI:10.18429/JACoW-IPAC2016-TUPMB049  
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TUPMB050 Development of Multi-channel Line for the NSRRC Cryogenic System 1212
  • P.S.D. Chuang, S.-H. Chang, W.-S. Chiou, F. Z. Hsiao, H.C. Li, W.R. Liao, T.F. Lin, H.H. Tsai
    NSRRC, Hsinchu, Taiwan
  For the past few years, the technology of X-ray photon source is getting more and more advanced, more and more countries are now striving to build the biggest synchrotron facility to meet its' need. In Taiwan, the construction of an electron accelerator with the energy of up to 3.5 GeV is constructed to fulfill the strong demands for an X-ray photon source with high brilliance and flux. Thus, to let the TPS be under stable operation, the cryogenic system is therefore very important. The refrigerant of the TPS Cryogenic System is Liquid Helium, to maintain liquid helium in its state, the temperature has to be maintained under 4.5K, however to let liquid helium turn into gas helium, only 20 W is needed. Therefore, the Multi-Channel Line is developed in our system to prevent heat from conduction in and letting liquid helium vaporize. Several mechanical parts have been designed to reduce heat loss and meet its needs, for example the Spacer. The paper presents a design methodology of long multi-channel helium cryogenic transfer lines. It describes some aspects thermo-mechanical calculation, supporting structure and contraction protection.  
DOI • reference for this paper ※ DOI:10.18429/JACoW-IPAC2016-TUPMB050  
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