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|Title:||Method Developing and Testing for Inelastic Scattering Measurements at the GELINA Facility|
|Authors:||PLOMPEN Arjan; NANKOV NIKOLAY; ROUKI CHARIKLIA; STANOIU Mihai; BORCEA Catalin; DELEANU D.; NEGRET Alexandru; DESSAGNE Philippe; KERVENO M.; RUDOLF G.; THIRY J.-C.; MOSCONI M.; NOLTE R.|
|Citation:||JOURNAL OF THE KOREAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY vol. 59 no. 2 p. 1581-1584|
|Publisher:||KOREAN PHYSICAL SOC|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Accurate inelastic scattering measurements are of interest to improving modelling and simulation of advanced reactor systems through better nuclear data (OECD-NEA, High priority request list for nuclear data http://www.nea.fr/html/dbdata/hprl/). Two setups are available at IRMM for measurements of inelastic scattering with the (n, n'gamma)-technique. The first the GAINS gammaarrayfor inelastic neutron scattering at a 200 m station consists of eight high purity germaniumdetectors, has high incident neutron energy resolution and is therefore tailored for inelastic scattering measurements. The second, at a 30 m station was developed by IPHC with the purpose of studying actinides for the Th/U cycle and emphasizing besides (n, n'gamma) also (n, 2ngamma) reactions. In the recent past a number of efforts were started to investigate the uncertainties and corrections required to obtain reliable results and to investigate the limits of accuracy of this technique. A joint effort is described that has led to an improved understanding of the fission chambers used. In particular, the important corrections to the efficiency for fission fragment loss were investigated.|
|JRC Institute:||Health, Consumers and Reference Materials|
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