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Miniature Stirling cryocoolers at Thales Cryogenics: qualification results and integration solutions
During the 2015 SPIE-DSS conference, Thales Cryogenics presented new miniature cryocoolers for high operating temperatures. In this paper, an update is given regarding the qualification programmeExpand
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The Development of a New Generation of Miniature Long-Life Linear Coolers
Thales Cryogenics (TCBV) has an extensive background in developing and delivering long life cryogenic coolers for military, civil and space programs. This cooler range is based on two main compressorExpand
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Miniature cryocooler developments for high operating temperatures at Thales Cryogenics
In recent years there has been a drive towards miniaturized cooled IDCA solutions for low-power, low-mass, low-size products (SWaP). To support this drive, coolers are developed optimized forExpand
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High-reliable linear cryocoolers and miniaturization developments at Thales Cryogenics
Thales Cryogenics (TCBV) has an extensive background in delivering long life cryogenic coolers for military, civil and space programs. This cooler range is based on two main compressor concepts:Expand
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Cryocoolers developments at Thales Cryogenics enabling compact remote sensing
Thales Cryogenics (TCBV) has an extensive background in developing and delivering long-life cryogenic coolers for military, civil and space programs. This cooler range is based on three mainExpand
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Miniature 50 to 80 K Pulse Tube Cooler for Space Applications
A miniature pulse tube cooler is presently under development in partnership between AL/DTA, CEA/SBT and THALES Cryogenics. The Engineering Model foreseen is aiming at providing 800 mW at 80 K with 40Expand
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Update on Thales flexure bearing coolers and drive electronics
Thales Cryogenics has a long background in delivering cryogenic coolers with an MTTF far above 20.000 hrs for military, civil and space programs. Developments in these markets required continuousExpand
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Performance Test Results of a Miniature 50 to 80 K Pulse Tube Cooler
An Engineering Model (EM) of a Miniature Pulse Tube Cooler (MPTC) has been designed, manufactured and tested in partnership between AL/DTA, CEA/SBT and THALES Cryogenics. Prior to the EMExpand
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DESIGN AND OPTIMIZATION OF THE COAXIAL PULSE-TUBE COOLER
Since 2005 Thales Cryogenics has been producing coaxial pulse-tube coolers under CEA license for applications that are very sensitive for mechanical vibrations and require a long lifetime.In order toExpand
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Development of a 6-W high-reliability cryogenic cooler at Thales Cryogenics
The demand for more cooling power for infrared imagers, which may require up to 3 W of cooling power at 77 K, is nowadays surpassed as other industries are getting interested in cryogenic cooling asExpand
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