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MTTF Prediction in Design Phase on Thales Cryogenics Integral Coolers
A continuous improvement of Stirling integral coolers MTTF is necessary to answer the new market requirements. The time spent in the design phase is critical to get the product ready at the rightExpand
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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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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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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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Experimental Characterisation of a Pulse Tube Cryocooler for Ground Applications
Developments on high frequency high heat lift pulse tubes are carried out at CEA/SBT. Based on a previous study on an in line configuration, two new pulse tube cold fingers have been manufactured: aExpand
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Development of the LSF95xx 2nd generation flexure bearing coolers
Thales Cryogenics has been working on high reliability cryocoolers since 1997. During this period two cooler series have been developed, the LSF91xx series for cooling powers up to 3W at 80K and theExpand
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Development of the LPT9510 1 W Concentric Pulse Tube
In order to provide cryogenic cooling for applications that are extremely sensitive to mechanical vibration, Thales Cryogenics has been delivering U‐shape pulse tube cryocoolers since 2001. TheExpand
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Design of a Miniature Pulse Tube Cryocooler for Space Applications
An Engineering Model (EM) of a Miniature Pulse Tube Cooler (MPTC) has been designed and manufactured. The expected performance of the MPTC were 1240 mW heat lift at 80 K with 288 K ambientExpand
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Analysis of the Serial Production Measurements Made on the Thales Cryogenics Integral Lightweight Cryocooler RM2‐Xi
Thales Cryogenics is currently manufacturing in serial production rotary integral lightweight cryocoolers (Rotary Monobloc (RM) family). More than 6000 units of the RM2 have already been producedExpand