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Ultra-low-vibration pulse-tube cryocooler system – cooling capacity and vibration

Ultra-low-vibration pulse-tube cryocooler system – cooling capacity and vibration,10.1016/j.cryogenics.2008.04.001,Cryogenics,Yuki Ikushima,Rui Li,Tak

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This report describes the development of low-vibration cooling systems with pulse-tube (PT) cryocoolers. Generally, PT cryocoolers have the advantage of lower vibrations in comparison to those of GM cryocoolers. However, cooling systems for the cryogenic laser interferometer observatory (CLIO), which is a gravitational wave detector, require an operational vibration that is sufficiently lower than that of a commercial PT cryocooler. The required specification for the vibration amplitude in cold stages is less than ±1μm. Therefore, during the development of low-vibration cooling systems for the CLIO, we introduced advanced countermeasures for commercial PT cryocoolers. The cooling performance and the vibration amplitude were evaluated. The results revealed that 4K and 80K PT cooling systems with a vibration amplitude of less than ±1μm and cooling performance of 4.5K and 70K at heat loads of 0.5W and 50W, respectively, were developed successfully.
Journal: Cryogenics , vol. 48, no. 9, pp. 406-412, 2008
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