Cryostats – Chillers For Low Temperatures (

House of technology offers seminar on the topic of Kryostatbau, to expose kryotechnisches practical knowledge to a wider audience the cryogenics Department is engaged in the generation and application of low temperatures (< 80 K). The controlled production of this low temperatures is carried out in special cooling machines, which are known as a cryostat. At German universities, the cryogenics in research and teaching is rarely represented, so that the engineer, technician or engineer mostly independently in this area must incorporate. Here numerous problems, such as raising arise appropriate literature, substance data for fluids and materials, as well as the cover of suitable standard components due to the relatively small spread of cryogenic expertise. In addition, most basic knowledge about essential points that should be taken into account in the Kryostatbau is missing. The Haus der Technik therefore offers a seminar on the topic of Kryostatbau, to expose kryotechnisches practical knowledge to a wider audience. The HDT event on May 28.

until September 30, 2011 in Karlsruhe is under the direction of Dr.-ing. H. Neumann (KIT – Karlsruhe Institute of technology) and covers the procedural basics, requirements for kryostatische materials, measurement and control technology of cryostat, safety, Kryostatkonstruktion and examples of execution. The HDT students receive theoretical and practical at the same time first-hand information and the opportunity for discussion with the speakers. Their own experiences and problems can be brought into the discussion. The aim of the seminar is an intensive experience and knowledge transfer, which aims to provide knowledge of the specifics through basic lectures in the Kryostatbau.

This, in particular the basic principles and their bases should be treated. In addition, numerous examples of execution should facilitate the implementation.For more information about the seminar Kryostatbau, on the Internet at or directly here: htd /… Dipl.-ing. Kai banks man