cryogenic liquid


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cryogenic liquid

Liquefied gas at very low temperature, such as liquid oxygen, nitrogen, or argon.
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Highview Power's proprietary liquid air energy storage (LAES) technology is based on the principle of air liquefaction, which enables the easy storage of gases in cryogenic liquid form.
This cryogenic liquid ethane metering project is the first of its kind and is a steppingstone for measuring NGLs and LNG using flow meters and an FMD small-volume proving system.
The RL10B-2 delivers 24,750 pounds of thrust to power the Delta IV upper stage, using cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants.
At one point, cryogenic liquid forms of the three gases -oxygen, nitrogen and argon -are formed and taken by tanker to every hospital on Teesside, universities, welding companies and other smaller users.
The RL10C-1 engine delivers 22,890 pounds of thrust to power the upper stage, using cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen propellants during its operation.
5 feet, will store cryogenic liquid hydrogen and liquid oxygen that will feed the vehicle's RS-25 engines.
The resulting cryogenic liquid is kept cold and provides a clean and efficient method of energy storage and transportation.
The growth of storing and preserving biological materials in cryogenic liquid nitrogen freezers has resulted in many options and challenges in how to effectively supply these systems with the cryogenic liquid they require.
The cryogenic liquid that is formed is stored in a vessel, then vaporised into a gas during an expansion process, which drives a turbine.
The cryogenic liquid that is formed is stored in a vessel then vaporised into a gas during an expansion process, which drives a turbine.
The investment project includes the construction of a new, modern plant for air separation in the process of producing nitrogen gas, cryogenic liquid oxygen, nitrogen and argon.
The cryogenic liquid is stored in a lightweight tank, allowing more hydrogen to be carried onboard to increase flight endurance.
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