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Experimental Investigation of the Radionuclides Produced in Massive Spallation Target

Originální název

Experimental Investigation of the Radionuclides Produced in Massive Spallation Target

Anglický název

Experimental Investigation of the Radionuclides Produced in Massive Spallation Target

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The experiments were performed with a spallation target QUINTA, which contains 512 kg of natural uranium in five sections. Threshold activation detectors of cobalt were placed in the whole volume of the target. The detectors were irradiated in the secondary neutron field generated by the 660 MeV proton beam. The first experiment was performed with the lead shielding around the target and the second one was carried out without shielding. The threshold activation detectors were measured and analyzed using the gamma-ray spectroscopy. The experimental results of reaction rates from the first experiment were compared with the second experiment.

Anglický abstrakt

The experiments were performed with a spallation target QUINTA, which contains 512 kg of natural uranium in five sections. Threshold activation detectors of cobalt were placed in the whole volume of the target. The detectors were irradiated in the secondary neutron field generated by the 660 MeV proton beam. The first experiment was performed with the lead shielding around the target and the second one was carried out without shielding. The threshold activation detectors were measured and analyzed using the gamma-ray spectroscopy. The experimental results of reaction rates from the first experiment were compared with the second experiment.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT149000,
  author="Miroslav {Zeman} and Jindřich {Adam} and Karel {Katovský} and Josef {Svoboda} and Ondřej {Šťastný} and Jitka {Vrzalová}",
  title="Experimental Investigation of the Radionuclides Produced in Massive Spallation Target",
  annote="The experiments were performed with a spallation target QUINTA, which contains 512 kg of natural uranium in five sections. Threshold activation detectors of cobalt were placed in the whole volume of the target. The detectors were irradiated in the secondary neutron field generated by the 660 MeV proton beam. The first experiment was performed with the lead shielding around the target and the second one was carried out without shielding. The threshold activation detectors were measured and analyzed using the gamma-ray spectroscopy. The experimental results of reaction rates from the first experiment were compared with the second experiment.",
  booktitle="Proccedings of the 2018 19th International Scientific Conference on Electric Power Engineering (EPE)",
  chapter="149000",
  doi="10.1109/EPE.2018.8395987",
  edition="1",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2018",
  month="may",
  pages="532--537",
  type="conference paper"
}