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This has not been a problem in detector magnets when the two-phase helium cooling circuit is properly designed. Experiments with extensively looped cooling tubes that are hundreds of meters long have shown that proper design of the flow circuit can nearly eliminate the flow oscillation problem (73,74). The types of two-phase helium flow circuits are commonly used in detector solenoids are the forced two-phase flow system and the natural convection two-phase flow system. Forced two-phase flow is appropriate when the flow circuits are long and when the control dewar is below the top of the magnet.
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03.Applied Superconductivity by John G. Webster (Editor)