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|Title:||Prompt fission neutron emission: Problems and challenges|
|Authors:||HAMBSCH Franz-Josef; BRYS TOMASZ; GAMBONI Thierry; GEERTS Wouter; GÖÖK Alf; MATEI Catalin; OBERSTEDT Stephan; VIDALI Marzio|
|Citation:||EPJ Web of Conferences vol. 62 p. 1-5|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||This paper presents some of the challenges ahead of us even after 75 years of the discovery of the fission process and large progress made since then. The focus is on application orientation, which requires improved measurements on fission cross-sections and neutron and γ-ray multiplicities. Experimental possibilities have vastly improved the past decade leading to developments of highly sophisticated detector systems and the use of digital data acquisition and signal processing. The development of innovative fast nuclear reactor technology needs improved respective nuclear data. Advancements in theoretical modelling also require better experimental data. Theory has made progress in calculating fission fragment distributions (i.e. GEF code) as well as prompt neutron and γ-ray emission to catch up with the improved experiments.|
|JRC Directorate:||Health, Consumers and Reference Materials|
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