Design of a Flowing Heavy Metal Target with a Free Surface for an Accelerator Driven Neutron Source
V.I.Belyakov-Bodin*, V.N.Koterov, V.M.Krivtsov and A.P.Potapov*
*Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Physics, Moscow, Russia


The design of the flowing heavy metal target with free surface under proton beam irradiation within 0.8-1.6 GeV energy and the 10- 320 mA current range was analyzed. Following data was submitted

Some experiment with water medium


See also papers
[1] V.I.Belyakov-Bodin, V.N. Koterov. Theoretical investigation of flowing heavy metal target for an accelerator-driven neutron source. Numerical Instruments & Methods in physical research. A 350 (1994) 17-23
[2] V.I.Belyakov-Bodin, V.N. Koterov, V.M.Krivtsov. Design of a supersonic wind shutter device for an accelerator-driven reactor system. Numerical Instruments & Methods in physical research. A 404 (1998) 166-172.
[3] V.I.Belyakov-Bodin, V.N.Koterov, V.M.Krivtsov, A.P.Potapov. Design of a flowing heavy metal target with a free surface for an accelerator driven reactor system. Proceedings of ICON 5 (5th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering) May 26-30, 1997, Nice, France.


To Resear”h Workgroup PageTo
Research Workgroup Page