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Development of the Pulse Tube Cryocooler for Infrared Detector
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 Title & Authors
Development of the Pulse Tube Cryocooler for Infrared Detector
Yeom, Hankil; Park, Seoung-Je; Hong, Hong-Ju; Ko, Junseok; In, Sehwan; Kim, Hyo-Bong;
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 Abstract
Most of the Stirling cryocoolers used for infrared detector cooling in domestic is imported. Because the cooler has a high price, short life and poor durability, demand for the coolers continues steadily. However, the cooler is highly related to defense and space technology, technology transfer or co-development with the countries having experties in cooler design is very limited. The pulse tube cooler to be developed in this study is such that the mechanical piston in low temperature actuating part is replaced by the gas piston and linear compressor is adopted, which results in low vibration, long life and better durability. It is expected that development of the pulse tube cooler will not only improve our technology to the level of advanced countries, but also enhance the skills in designing and manufacturing of the infrared detector.
 Keywords
Cryocooler;Pulse Tube;Inertance Tube;Linear Compressor;Moving Magnet;Infrared Detector;
 Language
Korean
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