By T. M. Flynn, C. N. Smith (auth.), K. D. Timmerhaus (eds.)
1971 marked the 1st yr seeing that 1956 that the once a year Cryogenic Engineering convention used to be now not held. as a substitute, the Cryogenic Engineering convention gave its complete aid to the XIII overseas Congress of Refrigeration by way of operating with Commissions I and II of the foreign Institute of Refrigeration to prepare the cryogenic periods for those commissions. the entire papers awarded on the overseas Congress of Refrigeration can be released by means of the IIR as a part of the court cases of that assembly. even if no Cryogenic Engineering convention used to be held in 1971, it turned really obtrusive to the convention Board that there have been adequate advances in cryogenic engineering to warrant the booklet of quantity 17 of the Advances in Cryogenic Engineering. quantity 17 offers the advances during this vital box via bringing jointly in a single quantity many of the major papers which have been provided at quite a few technical conferences around the state throughout the latter 1/2 1970 and the 1st a part of 1971. additionally, a number of authoritative assessment papers were ready through invitation of the Cryogenic Engineering convention Board.
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