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Super-Intensive Neutron Source

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Development of a Super-Intensive Pulsed Neutron Source for Physics Research RIN-10 on the Basis of the INR RAS Accelerator-Storage System

Tech Area / Field

  • PHY-PFA/Particles, Fields and Accelerator Physics/Physics

Status
3 Approved without Funding

Registration date
23.12.1996

Leading Institute
Russian Academy of Sciences / Institute of Nuclear Research, Russia, Moscow

Supporting institutes

  • FEI (IPPE), Russia, Kaluga reg., Obninsk\nJoint Institute of Nuclear Research, Russia, Moscow reg., Dubna\nAll-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Non-Organic Materials named after A. Bochvar, Russia, Moscow\nState Special Project Institute, Russia, Moscow\nNIIEFA Efremov, Russia, St Petersburg\nKurchatov Research Center, Russia, Moscow\nFederal State Unitary Enterprise Research and Development Institute of Power Engineering named after N.A.Dollezhal, Russia, Moscow\nVNIIEF, Russia, N. Novgorod reg., Sarov\nExperimental Designing Bureau of Machine Building (OKBM), Russia, N. Novgorod reg., N. Novgorod

Collaborators

  • Science and Technology Facilities Council, UK, Didcot\nPaul Scherer Institute, Switzerland, Villigen

Project summary

Development of the project of a pulsed source of slow neutrons (cold, thermal, resonant) for researches on fundamental problems of elementary interactions, physics of condensed matter and nuclear physics with an experimental and calculation substantiation of the basic technical offers and decisions.

In a basis modernization of existing and working linear proton accelerator of INR RAS (rise of energy up to -700 MeV), constructing storage ring (up to -1014 protons in a cycle), development of subcritical multiplying neutron target by average power -10 MW with liquid gallium cooling.

Expected, parameters of a neutron source will allow to develop new generation of fundamental researches, researches for solid state physics, structures of nuclei and mechanism of nuclear reactions at experiments sensitivity, inaccessible by other ways.

As one of the basic fundamental experiments search of neutron-antineutron occillation in a flux of cold neutrons for check of the great unification theories (GUT) is supposed.

Pulse density of a flux of thermal neutrons ~ 1017 neutr/cm2sec.

Average density of a flux of thermal neutrons ~ 8*1013 neutr/cm2sec.

Frequency of pulses 25-50 Hz.

Duration of pulses of fast neutrons ~ 1,5 msec, thermal ~ 30 msec.


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