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By W. F. Vinen (auth.), R. W. Fast (eds.)

The 1989 Cryogenic Engineering convention, assembly together with the foreign Cryogenic fabrics convention, was once hung on the campus of the college of California, l. a. from July 24 to twenty-eight. Professor T.H.K. Frederking used to be the convention chairman. The convention had formerly met at U.C.L.A. in 1962 and 1969. a distinct symposium, "A part Century of Superfluid Helium," used to be an important a part of this system of CEC-89. We have been in particular lucky to have Professor Jack Allen of the college of St. Andrews, Scotland current on the convention; his paper, "Early Superfluidity in Cambridge, 1936 to 1939," used to be a pleasant, frequently funny account of the early experimental paintings with superfluid helium. Professors V.L. Ginzburg and J.L. Olesen couldn't be current for the Symposium, yet supplied papers that are released in those court cases. The past due invoice Fairbank, responding graciously to a last-minute invitation from Professor Frederking, offered an excellent account of superfluid study within the usa within the post-war years.

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0 K, whereupon the value falls to zero at the lambda point. 29-~m slit, the behavior is similar, with the constant value being about 6 cm/s. In these experiments, the pressure heads were so small that normal fluid flow was negligible, so the superfluid velocity equaled the relative velocity, suggesting that the appearance of superfluid dissipation (vortex line formation) under these conditions is independent of temperature. , forced flow), the critical velocity was indicated as the first appearance of a pressure head between the two ends of the slit.

The above models developed to this point provided surprisingly good descriptions of the general flow phenomena observed in the late 1930s and qualitative agreement with some experiments carried out at vanishingly small values of flow variables and driving forces. Especially satisfying was a believable reconciliation for the conflicting values determined for the viscosity of He II. But when Peshkov, in 1944, published experimental 17 evidence for second sound, as predicted by Tisza and Landau, and Andronikashvili, in 1946, published experimental data on the temperature variation of the normal-fluid density in agreement with Landau's predictions, the two-fluid model really acquired a ring of respectability.

P. (1959). J. P. (1967) . W. E. Keller, "He1ium-3 and He1ium-4," Plenum, New York (1969). J. Campbell, Superf1uid film flow, in: "The Helium Liquids, Proc. Scottish Univs. Sununer School in Physics," J. G. M. Armitage and E. , Academic Press, London (1974), p. 127. 3. 4. J. T. Tough, Superfluid turbulence, in: "Progress in Low Temperature Physics," Vol. VIII, D. F. , North Holland (1984), p. 135. W. I. Glaberson and K. W. Schwarz, Quantized vortices in superfluid helium-4, Physics Today 40/2:54 (1987).

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