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Solar Atmospheres of Western PA Says Goodbye to Helium

Solar Atmospheres of Western PA is currently installing a new rapid quenching vacuum furnace that will ultimately eliminate the need for costly helium while increasing production throughput. Solar Manufacturing’s 10 bar vacuum furnace, with a revolutionary cooling design, will mimic … Continue reading

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Tumbleweed Midstream Quadruples Production at Helium Plant

Tumbleweed Midstream, LLC has secured three new long-term gathering and processing agreements that have quadrupled helium production at its Ladder Creek Helium Plant in eastern Colorado, US. Tumbleweed’s Ladder Creek Helium Plant and Gathering System, located near Cheyenne Wells just … Continue reading

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Electron diffraction of CS2 nanoclusters embedded in superfluid helium droplets

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ABSTRACT We report experimental results from electron diffraction of CS2 nanoclusters embedded in superfluid helium droplets. From detailed measurements of the sizes of doped droplets, we can model the doping statistics under different experimental conditions, thereby obtaining the range of … Continue reading

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H-mode Operation in Helium Plasma with Tungsten Divertor and Low Input Torque in EAST

To support the ITER early non-nuclear operational phase, recent Helium experiments have been investigated intensively in the superconducting tokamak EAST equipped with ITER-like Tungsten divertor, under the condition of low injected torque. This paper demonstrates experimental observations from these experiments. … Continue reading

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Solid Helium as a Nontraditional Energy Source

The results of quantum-chemical calculations of helium atoms in strong and superstrong magnetic fields are described. The calculations showed the possibility of transferring helium atoms to superstable states with the release of a huge amount of energy, provided that helium … Continue reading

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