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The possibility of using a neutron source based on a 10 MeV compact betatron and 1 kg heavy water or 3.3 kg beryllium in the betratron bremsstrahlung beam is investigated. The 235U detection limit in a 358 mm in diameter and 782 mm high container with probability 0.997 in an experimental apparatus with one epithermal-neutron detector is 40 mg with exposure 10 min. Increasing the mass of the neutron target to 10kg heavy water and the number of neutron counters to 25 could decrease the 235U detection limit to 3 mg. A neutron detector based on a compact betatron can be expected to give 235U detection sensitivity 10 -8 g/g.

Язык оригиналаАнглийский
Страницы (с-по)127-132
Число страниц6
ЖурналAtomic Energy
Том96
Номер выпуска2
DOI
СостояниеОпубликовано - фев 2004

Отпечаток

Betatrons
Neutron detectors
Heavy water
Neutron sources
Neutrons
Beryllium
Containers

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  • Nuclear Energy and Engineering

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Detection of fissioning materials using a neutron source based on a compact betatron. / Golovkov, V. M.; Chakhlov, Sergey Vladimirovich; Shtein, Mikhail Mikhailovich.

В: Atomic Energy, Том 96, № 2, 02.2004, стр. 127-132.

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