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7 June 1999 Development of rotating-disk singlet-generator-based kilowatt-level COIL
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Various essential parameters like mass transfer coeff, volumetric flow rates etc. for a typical KW level COIL have been considered and the gas residence time and thus the size of the SOG has been estimated. The SOG based on this design has been fabricated and is under evaluation. The design of SOG and various other subsystems like nozzles, resonator and liquid nitrogen trap have been discussed in this paper. Further systematic studies have been carried out on the shelf life of basic hydrogen peroxide (BHP) in the temperature range of -10°C to +10°C using titration technique. Studies indicate that the solution prepared at -10°C to -15°C and stored at this temperature, the decomposition starts only after 36-42 hours. However, at higher storage temperatures, the decomposition is faster.
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Amitav Mallik, A. L. Dawar, Y. L. N. Murthy, K. Kohli, A. K. Badola, and Anil K. Razdan "Development of rotating-disk singlet-generator-based kilowatt-level COIL", Proc. SPIE 3612, Gas and Chemical Lasers and Intense Beam Applications II, (7 June 1999);


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