Monthly Archives: March 2018

RHC Capital Corporation Increases Helium Land Position in Southern Saskatchewan by 43%

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – RHC Capital Corporation (“RHC” or the “Company”) operating through its wholly owned subsidiary, Royal Helium Corporation, announces that it has added 173 sections (110,815 acres) of strategic helium land to its southern Saskatchewan land position – an … Continue reading

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Role of Helium–Hydrogen ratio on energetic interchange mode behaviour and its effect on ion temperature and micro-turbulence in LHD

In the Large helical device, a change of energetic particle mode is observed as He concentration is varied in ion-ITB type experiments, having constant electron density and input heating power but with a clear increase of central ion temperature in … Continue reading

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Gigaphoton Ships Latest ArF Excimer Laser GT65A

YAMA, Japan-In January, Gigaphoton Inc., a major manufacturer of lithography light sources, announced the shipment of an ArF Excimer Laser for advanced immersion exposure (lithography) devices, the “GT65A” Unit 1, as a new product that meets the growing demand for … Continue reading

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Investigation of the Interaction between a Helium Plasma Jet and Conductive (Metal)/ Non-Conductive (Dielectric) Targets

Recent research in plasma biology proved that atmospheric pressure plasma jets (APPJs) have a biocidal effect, making them a promising alternative to traditional antimicrobial treatments. Working gas and voltage waveform are well-known parameters influencing the biocide efficiency. The type of … Continue reading

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Decreasing Turbulent Helium Flow in Hard Disk Drive

A spoiler installed in a hard disk drive is helpful for reducing the flow which strikes the Head Gimbals Assembly (HGA) causing positioning errors and vibration. Filling a hard disk drive, with an installed spoiler, with helium gas was simulated … Continue reading

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