Lunch lecture January hosted by the winner of the Wim van der Hoek award 2022
Design of a voice coil actuated active vibration isolator for cryogenic conditions
Common commercially available cryo-coolers generate significant vibrations of the cold plate because of their cooling process. The application of a voice coil actuated active vibration isolator for cryogenic conditions has been researched to isolate experiment equipment inside a cryostat. A 1 Degree-of-freedom (DoF) Cryogenic Active Vibration Isolator (CAVI) has been designed and realized, which is meant to be integrated into a multiple DoF isolation solution in the future. The CAVI’s compact and lightweight design is applicable to cryogenic and Ultra High Vacuum (UHV) conditions and able to isolate a payload from both floor vibration and direct disturbances above frequencies of several sub-Hertz.
The speaker will be: Dennis Struver, MSc (Mechanical Engineering), Eindhoven University of Technology (graduation project carried out at JPE)
This teams meeting will start at 12:02pm on January 9 2023
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this Lunch lecture.