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|Title:||Design Study for a New Spallation Target of the n_TOF Facility at CERN|
|Authors:||CARRAPIÇO C.; ANDRIAMONJE S.; BERTHOUMIEUX E.; GONÇALVES I. F.; GUNSING Frank; MENGONI A.; VAZ P.; VLACHOUDIS V.; PLOMPEN ARJAN; RULLHUSEN PETER; N_ Tof Collaboration|
|Citation:||ND 2007 International Conference on Nuclear Data for Science and Technology vol. 1 p. 445-448|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The n_TOF facility is a time of flight spectrometer dedicated to measuring neutron capture and fission cross sections. The neutron source consists on a lead target bombarded by a high energetic proton beam. After finishing a successful period of data taking by the end of 2004, it has been decided to upgrade the neutron spallation source with a cladded target. In this study, Monte Carlo simulations are reported for the assessment and comparison of the neutron and gamma fluxes from different target configurations. In addition, the plans for a second vertical measuring station with a flight path of 20 m above the spallation target have been considered in the simulations as well. Results for the energy deposition and the target heating are also presented.|
|JRC Institute:||Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements|
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