Cryostats are a fundamental building block of cryogenic systems and successful design and construction of these devices is vital for project success. This half day course covers some of the most important aspects of cryostat design. It illustrates these aspects via examples of real-world cryostats including those from ESS, ILC, LHC and laboratory cryostats. Best practices and references for additional are provided. Topics covered include: Definition of Requirements, Cryostat Materials, Thermal Insulation, Structural Design, Safety Considerations, and Instrumentation.
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John Weisend is currently a Senior Accelerator Engineer at the European Spallation Source in Lund, Sweden. He is also an Adjunct Professor of Engineering at Lund University. He received his Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering & Engineering Physics from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, He has worked at the SSC Laboratory, the Centre D’Etudes Nucleaires Grenoble, the Deutsches Elecktronen-Synchrotron Laboratory (DESY), the Stanford Linear Accelerator Laboratory (SLAC), the National Science Foundation and Michigan State University. Dr. Weisend’s research interests include He II, cryogenic safety and large scale accelerator cryogenics. His publications include: He is for Helium, Going for Cold (co-authored with T. Meaden), Cryogenic Safety (co-authored with T. Peterson) Cryogenic Two-Phase Flow (co-authored with N. Filina) and the editor of the Handbook of Cryogenic Engineering and of Cryostat Design. He writes a regular column “Cryo Bios” for the publication Cold Facts and is a member of both the Cryogenic Engineering Conference and International Cryogenic Engineering Conference Boards.