Precise calculations of the beam optics are needed to design and optimize electrostatic accelerators. However, some beam transport programs can not simulate electromagnetic elements with complicated structures.
Differential cross sections and cross sections of the~(6)Li(n, t)~(4)He and~(10)B(n, α)~(7)Li reactions were measured in the neutron energy range of 1—7 MeV by using the GIC method. Experiments were carried out at the 4.5 MV Van de Graaff accelerator of Peking University. Results of the measurement are discussed.
The characteristics, structure, and working principle of the gridded ionization chamber are discussed. Differential cross sections and cross sections of the 6Li(n, t)4 He and 10B(n, α)7Li reactions were measured in the neutron energy range of 1-7 MeV by using the GIC method. Experiments were carried out at the 4. 5 MV Van de Graaff accelerator of Peking University.
This paper describes the basic principle and experimental arrangement of accelerator mass spectrometer based on 2.5 MV Van de Graaff accelerator, and the concentrations of tritium in the heavy water samples have been determined.
Radioactive γ and neutron sources,(p,γ) reactions by low energyprptons from Van de Graaff accelerator and (n,γ) reactions by thermal neutrons from nu-clear reactor were employed to produce photons in the energy range from 0.5 to 21 MeV.Theenergy response of the array is shown to be linear over the whole range.
Determination of trace elements in infra-red material Hg1-x Cdx Te has been carried out by PIXE (Proton Induced X-Ray Emission) using a Van De Graaff accelerator and a Si(Li) Semiconductor Spectrometer in Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology of Sichuan University. Experimental spectrum and data were given and discussed
利用四川大学原子核科学技术研究所的Van de Graaff质子静电加速器和半导体Si(Li)谱仪,应用PIXE(质子激发X射线发射)分析方法,测定了Hg_(1-x)Cd_xTe样品中微量元素的成份和含量。
The paper introduced the structures and principle of radiation pollution environmental monitoring system from static electricity accelerator. We can monitor much kinds of radiation ion,such as γ、X、fast-neutron and so on,by setting reasonable layout during operation of static electricity accelerator and carried out protection of radiation pollution according to International Radiation Protection Criterion.
A Current Integrator for an Electrostatic Accelerator Energy Scale Calibration System
High-Voltage Gaps in a Tandem Electrostatic Accelerator with Vacuum Insulation
The work is carried out as part of a program aimed at the development of a tandem electrostatic accelerator with vacuum insulation designed for a proton energy of 2.5 MeV and current of several tens of milliamperes.
The Effect of the Gas Released by the Charge Exchange Target of a Tandem Electrostatic Accelerator with Vacuum Insulation on the
T(p, n)3He, D(d, n)3He, and T(d, n)4He nuclear reactions induced by high-energy charged-particle beams from the KΓ-2.5 electrostatic accelerator at the Institute of Physics and Power Engineering are used as sources of monoenergetic neutrons.
The mechanisms of the interaction of high-speed particles with metal-insulator-metal (MIM) film structures were studied using electrostatic accelerators.
A tunable bragg cavity for an efficient millimeter FEL driven by electrostatic accelerators
Design of an accelerating tube for electrostatic accelerators
Though the Department maintained active research programs from the outset, its rise to national eminence in the 1930s came through the development of electrostatic accelerators to support an extensive program in nuclear physics.
Use of electrostatic accelerators in nuclear-physics research
Metallic cluster beams from a 2.5 MV Van de Graaff accelerator for cluster-solid interaction studies: preliminary results with A
A liquid metal ion source (LMIS) was installed on the high-voltage terminal of the 2.5?MV single-stage Van de Graaff accelerator of the Institut de Physique Nucléaire de Lyon and was used to deliver intense MeV energy beams of cluster ions.
The proton beam delivered by the 2.5-MV AN 2000 Van de Graaff accelerator at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro (LNL), Padova, Italy was used for the PIXE measurements.
PIXE measurements were carried out using 1.8 MeV collimated proton beam from the 2.5 MV AN 2000 Van de Graaff accelerator at the Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro, Padova Italy.
A new method for the production of beams of negative ions to be injected into a tandem Van de Graaff accelerator is presented.