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Pulse Tube cryocoolers (PTC) are being used extensively in spacecraft for applications such as sensor cooling due to their simple construction and long life owing to a fully passive cold head. Efforts at ISRO to develop a PTC for space use have resulted in a unit with a cooling capacity of 1W at 80K with an input of 45watts. This paper presents the results of a study with this PTC on the phase shifting characteristics of an Inertance tube in conjunction with a reservoir. The aim was to obtaindoi:10.1088/1757-899x/171/1/012082 fatcat:t2a7zan7frg45ig7yyvzbi5bmy