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Advanced Stirling cryogenic unit for cooling of a highly sensitive HTS/Hall-magnetometer used in a system for nondestructive evaluation

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The invention of a new type of highly sensitive HTS/Hall-magnetometer which can be produced in large quantities with excellent reproducibility and operated with relatively simple non-feedback electronics offers the possibility for the development of unexpensive commercial systems for nondestructive evaluation. In order to meet the market requirements a cryogenic sub-system based on an AIM SL200 split Stirling cryocooler is currently under development at ILK Dresden (Institut fur Luft- und Kaltetechnik Dresden). In this contribution we will discuss the particular advantages of the new magnetometer concerning cryocooler operation. The design of the cryogenic test unit will be presented

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Applied Superconductivity, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Mar 2001

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