Portland State University. Department of Physics
Laird C. Brodie
Date of Award
Master of Science (M.S.) in Physics
1 online resource (66 p.)
Heat -- Transmission, Carbon
The subject to be discussed in this thesis is an experimental problem in heat transfer across a carbon-liquid helium I interface. The interest in this particular problem arose from experimental work first presented by Luce (1) concerning a similar heat transfer problem from a heated bismuth surface immersed in liquid helium. This study produced some interesting results which it was hoped could be duplicated with carbon. The choice of carbon as an alternative material was based on reasons which will be discussed later. Before beginning a detailed discussion of the problem a history of its development and the results which were obtained using bismuth single crystals will first be presented.
Antonopoulos, Constantine, "Heat Transfer Across Carbon-Liquid Helium I Interface" (1974). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 2136.