ICC22 Preliminary Program of  Papers

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Plenary 1 (Tuesday Morning, 8:15 - 9:00 AM)
    Conceptual Design and Development History of the MIRI Cryocooler
System on JWST

R.G. Ross, Jr, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Calif. Inst. Of Tech., Pasadena, CA


SESSION 1: Aerospace Cryocoolers - Mature  
       Tuesday Morning, 9:00 - 10:45 AM

Co-Chairs: M. Dipirro, B. Nugent and M. Larson

1-1 Mid-Infrared Instrument Cryocooler on James Webb Space Telescope: Cooldown, Commissioning
             and Initial Performance

K. Penanen, D. Breda, B. Moore, B. Naylor, K. Sukhatme, A. Schneider; and M.Weilert, , Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA; K. Banks, NASA/GSFC, Greenbelt, MD

1-2 Transient Thermal Model of the JWST MIRI Cryocooler

M.B. Petach, Northrop Grumman, Redondo Beach Ca; and B. Moore, JPL, Pasadena, CA

1-3 AIRS Pulse Tube Coolers Performance Update – Twenty Years in Space

R.G. Ross, Jr., D.L. Johnson, S. Broberg, J.I. Rodriguez, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA

1-4 TIRS II Cryocooler System Performance and Initial On-Orbit Data

R. Boyle, T. Muench, Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD; and R. Taylor, B. Buchholtz, D. Glaister, D. Back, and J. Masciarelli, Ball Aerospace, Boulder, CO

1-5 Qualification of Northrop Grumman MiniCoolerPlus Thermal Mechanical Unit for a
              Space-Flight Mission

M. Petach, M. Norris, D. Durand, Owen Cupp, Northrop Grumman Space Systems, Redondo Beach, CA

1-6 HiPTC a Dual Stage Cryocooler for 10K-40K Cooling of Science Payloads

T. Wiertz, S. Quémerais, J.-M. Niot, S. Carpentier, P. Barbier, D. Lopes, G. Darque, P-O Mine, Air Liquide Av. Tech., Sassenage, France

1-7 Technology Demonstration of a Neon JT Cooler System for Ariel

M. Crook, M. Hills, G. Gilley, C. Padley, S. Brown, A. Eagles, B. Green, E. Corlett, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell, Oxford, UK


 SESSION 2: Stirling & Pulse Tube Cryocoolers - Analytical  
       Tuesday Morning, 11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon

Co-Chairs: S. Vanapalli, A. Kashani and R. Radebaugh

2-1 Impact on the Performance and Heat Flows of a PT Cooler Miniaturization

D. Dherbecourt, T. Romand and J.M. Duval, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, IRIG-DSBT, France; and L. Marelli, CNES, Toulouse, France

2-2       Low Cost Cryogenic Technology for Commercial IR Imaging

A. Veprik, R. Refaeli, A. Wise, Cryotech Ltd, Ein Harod Meuhad, Israel

2-3 Development of Miniature Stirling Cryocooler for HOT Applications

A. Osterman, F. Megusar, Le-Tehnika, Slovenia

2-4 Development of 5W class pulse tube cooler for space use

Y. Hiratsuka, Tech. Research Center, Sumitomo Heavy Ind., Yokosuka, Japan; and K. Otsuka, K. Kanao and K. Narasaki, Ind. Equip. Div., Sumitomo Heavy Ind., Niihama, Japan


 SESSION 3: Brayton, J-T and Sorption Cryocoolers  
       Tuesday Afternoon, 1:45 - 3:15 PM

Co-Chairs: S. Grohmann, T. Hanrahan and F. Miller

3-1 Development of Sorption Compressor with Miniaturized Check Valves

J. Bae, D. Kwon, S. Jeong, Dept of Mech. Engin., Korea Adv. Inst. of Science and Tech. (KAIST), South Korea

3-2 Progress in sorption compressor research at Ariel University

N. Tzabar and S. Iraqi, Ariel Univ., Ariel, Israel

3-3 Progress Towards a High-Capacity 90 K Turbo-Brayton Cryocooler

A.L. Niblick, K.J. Cragin, M.V. Zagarola, Creare LLC, Hanover, NH

3-4 Progress on the Development of 4 K Turbo-Brayton Cryocoolers

R.W. Hill, K.J. Cragin, G.W. Daines, M.D. Jaeger, Creare LLC, Hanover, NH

3-5 JT Cooler Compressor Tailoring to Suit a Wide Variety of Applications

M. Crook, M. Hills, G. Gilley, C. Padley, STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxford, UK

3-6 Development of a J-T Cryocooler Working at Liquid Helium Temperature

Y.N. Wang, X.T. Wang, W. Dai,Tech. Inst. of Physics and Chem., CAS, Beijing, China


 SESSION 4: Sub-Kelvin and Novel Cryocoolers 
       Tuesday Afternoon, 3:15 - 4:30 PM

Co-Chairs: L. Duband and M. Dipirro

4-1 Performance of a Miniature, Closed-Cycle Dilution Refrigerator at Tilt Angles between
             0 and 30 Degrees

R. Snodgrass, J. Ullom, and S. Backhaus, NIST, Boulder, CO and Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO

4-2 Continuous 350 mK Stage ADR Cooling for Space and Ground Application

J.M. Duval, J.L. Durand, T Prouvé Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, IRIG-DSBT; C. Marin, Univ. Grenoble Alpes, CEA, IRIG-PHELIQS. J. André, L. Marelli CNES, Toulouse, France

4-3 Thermodynamic Analysis of Condensation-Pump Dilution Refrigerators

H. Zu, W. Dai and J. Shen, K. Li, Y. Wang, Tech. Inst. of Physics and Chemistry, CAS, Beijing, China; Univ. of CAS, Beijing, China

4-4 Desorption Cryocooling for Space Science and Exploration Missions

A.M. Swanger, M. Guerrero Nacif, and C. Mahony, Cryogenics Test Laboratory, NASA Kennedy Space Center, FL

4-5 Lunar Night Survivability of Cryocooled Instruments Using PALETTE Thermally-
             Switched Enclosures

D. Bugby, J. Rivera, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA; and S. Britton, NASA Langley Research Center, Langley, VA


SESSION 5: Other Cryocooler Technologies
       Tuesday Afternoon, 4:45 - 6:00 PM

Co-Chairs: M. Zagarola, J. Pfotenhauer and J. Leachman

5-1 Increasing the Efficiency of He and H2 Liquefaction Using Small Coolers

M.A. Green, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, CA

5-2 Heat Transfer in an Eccentric Gas Gap Annulus

T.M. Kalter, M.A.J. van Limbeek and S. Vanapalli, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands

5-3 Prospects for High Temperature Cryocooling with Increased SWaP-C Enabled by
               Advanced DTP Solid-State Thermoelectrics

D. Crane, L Bell, R. Madigan, DTP Thermoelectrics, LLC, Altadena, CA

5-4 Laser Cryocooler Development for Space Applications

R. Vicente, G. Nogues, Néel Institute, CNRS, Grenoble, France and Y. Juanico, A. Gardelein, P.O. Mine, Air Liquide Adv. Tech., Sassenage, France

5-5 Looped Thermoacoustic Cryocooler with Self-circulating Distributed Cooling

T. Steiner, Etalim, Canada



Plenary 2 (Wednesday Morning, 8:15 - 9:00 AM)

        SHI’s Two-Stage 4 K GM Cryocoolers: Enriching Emerging Technologies through         Leading-Edge Advancements

T. Lei, Sumitomo (SHI) Cryogenics of America, Inc., Allentown, PA


 SESSION 6: GM & GM-type Pulse Tube Cryocoolers  
       Wednesday Morning, 9:00 - 10:15 AM

Co-Chairs: S.K. Gandla, P. Ferrara and R. Bains

6-1 Development of a 2W 4K Pulse Tube Refrigerator with Remote Valve

T. Lei, M. Xu, Sumitomo (SHI) Cryogenics of America, Inc., Allentown, PA

6-2 Development of a High Capacity Single Stage GM Cryocooler

S.K. Gandla, Q. Bao, J. Koch, M. Xu, S. Dunn and R.C Longsworth, Sumitomo (SHI) Cryogenics of America, Inc., Allentown, PA

6-3 Contributions of Numerical Simulation in Development of Pulse Tube Cryocoolers

C. Wang, Consultant, Manlius, NY

6-4 Development of High Cooling Capacity 3 K Two-Stage Pulse Tube Cryocooler

X. Hao, J. Cosco, R. Dausman, Cryomech, Inc., Syracuse, NY

6-5 Development of High Cooling Capacity and High Efficiency 4.2 K Pulse Tube Cryocoolers

X. Hao, J. Cosco, B. Zerkle, R. Dausman, Cryomech, Inc., Syracuse, NY


 SESSION 7: Space Integration & Applications  
       Wednesday Morning, 10:45 AM - 12:00 Noon

Co-Chairs: M. Larson, S. Vanapalli and P. Kittel

7-1 Cryocooler Exported Vibration Reduction System (CEVRS)

R.C. Hon, C.S. Kirkconnell, and T.B. Smith, West Coast Solutions, Huntington Beach, CA

7-2 Pulse Tube Cooler for Spaceflight Gamma-Ray Spectrometer

J.O. Goldsten, The Johns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD

7-3 FPFD Radio Isotope Heat Sourced Stirling Engine for Powering Stirling Cryocooler and
              Other Devices in Space

M.A. Krishnan, B.T. Kuzhiveli, Center for Adv. Studies in Cryogenic, Dept of Mech. Engin., National Inst. of Tech., Calicut, India

7-4 Design of Zero Boil-off Cryogenic Storage Vessel Using Stirling Cryocooler for Cryogenic
              Rocket Engine Tanks

M.M. Shyam, B.T. Kuzhiveli, Centre for Adv. Studies in Cryogenics, Dept of Mech. Engin., National Inst. of Tech., Calicut, India

7-5 Design of Thermal Systems for Cryocooled Sensors in Space Rovers with Feedback Loop

A.S. Vaisakh, B.T. Kuzhiveli, Centre for Adv. Studies in Cryogenics, Dept of Mech. Engin. National Inst. of Tech., Calicut, India


 SESSION 8: Aerospace Cryocoolers - Development  
       Wednesday Afternoon, 1:45 - 3:30 PM

Co-Chairs: T. Conrad and M. Larson

8-1 Pulse Tube Compressor with Extremely Low Exported Vibration

J.R. Olson, M.S. Jacoby, E. Roth, H. Yengoyan, M. Guzinski, Lockheed Martin Space ATC, Palo Alto CA; and K.D. Frohling, B.L. O’Bard, Iris Tech., Irvine CA

8-2 Ball Klondike Cryocooler System Design, Development, Qualification and Performance

R. Taylor, B. Buchholtz, A. Brown, D. Glaister, Y. Kim, A. Contreras, D. Oenes, Ball Aerospace, Boulder, CO; C. Fralick, D. Mansfield, Sunpower, Athens, OH; and K. Frohling, Iris Tech., Irvine, CA

8-3 Ball Verne Cryocooler System Design, Development, and Initial Qualification

R. Taylor, B. Buchholtz, D. Glaister, Y. Kim, Ball Aerospace, Boulder, CO; C. Fralick, D. Mansfield, Sunpower, Athens, OH; and K. Frohling, Iris Tech., Irvine, CA

8-4 20 Watt 20 Kelvin Reverse Turbo-Brayton Cycle Cryocooler Testing and Applications

B.T. Nugent R.J. Grotenrath, W.L. Johnson, NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH

8-5 Development and Testing of a High-Capacity 20 K Cryocooler

K.J. Cragin, M.V. Zagarola, Creare LLC, Hanover, NH

8-6 Development of a Space Closed Loop Hybrid J-T Cooler below 2K

Y. Ma, J. Quan, Y. Liu, J. Wang, J. Li, G. Wang, Z. Liu, J. Liang, Key Laboratory of Tech. on Space Energy Conversion, Tech. Inst. of Physics and Chem., CAS, Beijing, China

8-7 A Hundred-watts Cooling Power Coaxial Pulse Tube Cryocooler for Space Application

Y. Zhang, N. Wang, M. Zhao, J. Liang, Key Laboratory of Tech. on Space Energy Conversion, Tech. Inst. of Physics and Chem., CAS, Beijing, China


 SESSION 9: Cryocooler Drive & Control Electronics  
       Wednesday Afternoon, 3:45 - 5:00 PM

Co-Chairs: C. Kirkconnell, R. Taylor and R. Radebaugh

9-1 Development and Qualification Testing of Cryocooler Systems for Affordable Space Missions

D.W. Fogg, R.W. Kaszeta, M.V. Zagarola, Creare LLC, Hanover, NH; and C. Kirkconnell, West Coast Solutions, Huntington Beach, CA

9-2 Deep Space Cryocooler Control Electronics for the Ricor K508

K.D. Frohling, J.S. Fehter, J.M. Moritz, Iris Technology, Irvine, CA; R.C. Blase, Southwest Research Inst., San Antonio, TX; V. Segal, Ricor, En Harod Ihud, Israel

9-3 Cryocooler Electronics for Spaceflight Micro Cryocooler

E.M. Livingstone, J.O. Goldsten, Johns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD

9-4 Testing of a High-Capacity Pulse-Tube Cryocooler System for Space Applications

R.W. Kaszeta, C.B. Cameron, D.W. Fogg, B.R. Pilvelait, M.V. Zagarola, Creare LLC, Hanover, NH

9-5 Compressor Stroke and Frequency Response Measurements Using Strain Gauges

H. Rana, M. Dadd, P. Bailey, R. Stone, Dept. of Engin. Science, Univ. of Oxford, Oxford, UK



 SESSION 10: Stirling & Pulse Tube Cryocoolers - Experimental  
       Thursday Morning, 8:15 - 9:30 AM

Co-Chairs: R. Taylor, I. Rühlich and S. Vanapalli

10-1 Experimental Study on a Two-Stage Pulse Tube Cooler with an Active Phase Shifter for
              Liquid Hydrogen Temperature

X.P. Ding, Z.W. Li, W. Dai and E.C. Luo, Tech. Inst. of Physics and Chemistry and Univ. of CAS, Beijing, China; and X.T. Wang. Li, Y.N. Wang, Tech. Inst. of Physics and Chemistry, CAS, Beijing, China

10-2 Experimental Performance of a Passively Driven Displacer

H. Rana, M. Dadd, M.A. Abolghasemi, P. Bailey, R. Stone, Dept of Engin. Science, Univ. of Oxford, Oxford, UK

10-3 High-Availability Cooler Developments at Thales Cryogenics

D. Willems, R. Arts, G. De Jonge, P. Bollens, B. de Veer, J. Mullié, Thales Cryogenics, The Netherlands


10-4 Overdriving a Pulse-Tube Coldhead with Twin Pressure-Wave Generators to Approximately
              Double Its Cooling Capacity

D. A. Wilcox, B. Jayasena, MVE Biological Solutions, Ball Ground, GA; P.S. Spoor, D.J. Carlo, Northside Research & Tech., Waterford, NY

10-5 Current Rotary Coolers Improvements Usable for Next Generation of Rotary Coolers

C. Vasse, V. Abousleiman, Thales LAS France, France; and T. Benschop, Thales Cryogenics BV, The Netherlands


 SESSION 11: Regenerator & Recuperator Investigations  
       Thursday Morning, 9:30 - 10:30 AM

Co-Chairs: T. Lei, M. Ghiaasiaan and X. Hao

11-1 Role of Non-Temperature-Gradient Power Flow Terms in Low-Temperature Regenerators

R. Snodgrass, J. Ullom, and S. Backhaus, NIST, Boulder, CO and Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO

11-2 Influence of Regenerator Current Plate Layout and Inlet and Outlet Port Configuration on
               GM Refrigerator Performance: a CFD Study
  

       Q. Qian, O. Zhengrong, L. Junjie, High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Hefei, China and Univ.              of Science and Tech. of China, Hefei, China

11-3 Research on the Thermal-Hydraulic Performance of Twisted Helical Bundle Heat Exchangers

Y.N. Wang, J.M. Pfotenhauer and F.K. Miller, Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

11-4 Compact Mesh-based Recuperator for 40 K Space Reverse Turbo-Brayton Cooler and
                Remote Cooling Applications

A. Onufrena and T. Koettig, CERN, Switzerland; T. Tirolien, ESA/ESTEC, The Netherlands; H.J.M. ter Brake, Univ. of Twente, The Netherlands


 SESSION 12: Superconductor Applications  
       Thursday Morning, 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM

Co-Chairs: S. Pamidi, P. Ferrara and S.K. Gandla

12-1 Fabrication of 4 T HTS Magnet for Adiabatic Demagnetization Refrigerator (ADR)

D. Kwon, B. Kim, and S. Jeong, Korea Adv. Inst. of Science and Tech.(KAIST), Rep. of Korea

12-2 Modeling of Integrated Cryocooling Systems to Improve Resiliency of Superconducting
                Power Grids on Electric Transport Systems

R.D Machorro Swain, C.H Kim, P. Cheetham, and S. Pamidi, Florida State Univ. Center for Adv. Power Systems, FL

12-3 Application of GM Cryocoolers with Inverter Compressors to SFCL System

H.M. Chang, N.H. Kim, Hong Ik Univ., Seoul, Korea; and S.J. Kim, M.J. Kim, and C.Y. Bae, LS Electric Co. Ltd, Gyeonggi-do, Korea

12-4 Enabling High-Temperature Superconducting Magnets on Small Satellites Using a
                Miniaturized Cryocooler

J.R. Olatunji, N.M. Strickland, T. Berry, E.V.W. Chambers, S.C. Wimbush, Robinson Research Inst., Victoria Univ. of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand

12-5 Solvay Cryocooler Cryostat for Quantum Material Characterization

R. Bains, M. Sedaille, Advanced Research Systems, Macungie, PA


 SESSION 13: Cryocooler Analysis & Modeling Techniques
       Thursday Afternoon, 1:45 - 3:15 PM

Co-Chairs: T. Lei, M. Ghiaasiaan and A. Kashani

13-1 Improvement of a Two-Stage 4-K Pulse Tube Cryocooler with Low Input Power and
               Comparison to Numerical Simulation

J.-A. Schmidt, B. Schmidt, D. Dietzel, J. Falter, G. Thummes, and André Schirmeisen; Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen, Giessen, Germany, and TransMIT GmbH, Giessen, Germany

13-2 Modelling the Thermodynamic Response of a Cryocooler after Switching It Off

K.W. Lotze, H.J. Holland, H.J.M. Ter Brake, Univ. of Twente, The Netherlands

13-3 Optimizing Flow Uniformity through Regenerators of Large Cryocoolers Using CFD

A. Ghavami, S.M. Ghiaasiaan, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA; C. Kirkconnell, West Coast Solutions, Huntington Beach, CA

13-4 Square Wave Test for Characterization of Compressor Piston Blowby

R.G. Ross, Jr., K. Penanen, JPL, Pasadena, CA; J. Olson, E. Roth, Lockheed Martin Space-ATC, Palo Alto, CA

13-5 Numerical Investigations on Flow Resistance Values for Pulse Tube Cryocoolers

S.C. Chaudhari, A.A. Ketkar, A.A. Ketkar, P. Hemanth, O.P. Joshi, M.V. Tendolkar, Veermata Jijabai Tech. Inst., Mumbai, India

13-6 Design, Optimization and CFD Analysis of a Split Type Free Piston Stirling Cooler for
               Onboard Applications

A.B. Suresh, B.T. Kuzhiveli, Centre for Adv. Studies in Cryogenics, Dept of Mech. Engin., National Inst. of Tech., Calicut, India


 SESSION 14: Cryocooler Integration  
       Thursday Afternoon, 3:15 - 4:45 PM

Co-Chairs: S. Pamidi, S.K. Gandla and T. Hanrahan

14-1 Rigid ADR Suspension

P. Owen, M. Snow, J. West, FormFactor, Inc. Boulder, CO

14-2 Cryocoolers as Enabling Technology for Higher Brightness Photoguns

G.E. Lawler, J. Parsons, A. Fukasawa, N. Majernik, Y. Sakai, J.B. Rosenzweig, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA

14-3 Preliminary Experimental Investigations of Large-Scale Helium Pulsating Heat Pipes

L.M. Kossel, J.M. Pfotenhauer, F.K. Miller, Univ. of Wisconsin - Madison, Madison, WI

14-4 Cryocooler Integration, Modeling, and Testing for the Ultra Compact Imaging
                Spectrometer Airborne (UCIS-A) Instrument

C.S. Kirkconnell, C.G. McNeal, T.B. Smith, A. Ghavami, and L.A. Bellis, West Coast Solutions, Huntington Beach, CA

14-5 Design and Development of Integral Cold Transportation System

S. Addala, Narasimham GSVL, Karunanithi R, and H.K. Hassan, Indian Inst. of Science, Bengaluru, India

14-6 Development of 1.5W Cryostat for a Cold Trap Application

A. Osterman, F. Megusar, Le-Tehnika, Slovenia

     

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