ORGANIC RANKINE CYCLE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM. Quarterly Progress Report No. 6, July 1, 1967--October 1, 1967. Page: 32 of 62
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changes through 1250 hours gnd there 1m similar scatter of
data for refractive index and specifdgr'avity. There has
peak no definite trend in the-Variations found in the data.
The freezing p4 nt is determined using a freezing point.
qurV procedure. These 4ata also show., some variation, but
there is no observable tr*id- in the data. x
The samples of biphenyls &'om loops #3 and #4 have
been tested and t#* resultant data a1e given in Tables 2.1.6
and 21.7. Again there 14s teme scatter of the data. points,
but tbe i Wno definite trenid -to indicate there has- been
major degradation of the fleria. The data for loop #3 in
Tal a.1,6 is essentially for two separate fluid changes
t6 that test lop., The first covers the period to. 1025
hour#. At that tim ; a major air leak was noted in this
loop, and the flid r pidly degraded to a yellow color. The
leak was repaired and the yellow fluid as' drained fromu the
loop. . A new charge of bipherel was introduced into the
loop' and the loop was restarted. The da4' from 1200 hours
to 1900 hours are for this charge of working.,fluid.
In conclusion, there have not been any major
changes seed'inthe physical properties of the biphenyl after
up to 1500 hours. The biphenyl-biphenyl ether eutectic has
physical properties after 1250 hours which are comparable to
ka those of the new eutectic mixture.
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Adam, A.W. ORGANIC RANKINE CYCLE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM. Quarterly Progress Report No. 6, July 1, 1967--October 1, 1967., report, January 1, 1967; United States. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1032622/m1/32/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.