Spallation of Tungsten
Spallation Experiment with Tungsten Target.
Tech Area / Field
- FIR-NOT/Nuclear and Other Technical Data/Fission Reactors
8 Project completed
Senior Project Manager
ITEF (ITEP), Russia, Moscow
- JAERI / Department of Reactor Engineering, Japan, Tokai Mura
Project summaryThe experimental investigation of the power distribution with accuracy about 7% in targets for 0.8; 1.0 and 1.2 CeV proton beam energies and the nuclear reaction rates determination will be carried out on Russian Accelerator base. We measured the power distribution in target by means of thermocouples method. The target from tungsten will have the total height 60 cm and 20 cm in diameter. It will comprise a set of 24 cylindrical elements 25 mm high. Experimental samples from 12-C, 19-F, 27-A1, 59-Co, 63-Cu, 64-Zn, 65-Cu, 115-In and 197-Au with high enrichment will be placed on the cover shielding target for absolute values of the nuclear reaction rates determination by means of activation analysis method.
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