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This project aims to expand on an existing computer model of a liquid helium cryogenic system located at the Canadian Light Source (CLS) in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. There are two facets to this work. The first facet is to modify and use the model to answer certain questions CLS staff members have regarding proposed cryogenic system changes and upgrades. The answers to these questions are important in helping CLS staff make decisions regarding these proposed upgrades. The second facet is to improve the coding on the current model by using established computational packages. This will provide a more flexible model of the system, as well as helping establish the validity of the existing mode.
Dr. Raymond Spiteri
Canadian Light Source Inc.
University of Saskatchewan
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