New experimental research stand SVICKA neutron field analysis using neutron activation detector technique
Brno University of Technology, FEEC, Technicka 12, 616 00, Brno, Czech Republic
2 Uzhhorod National University, Narodna Square 3, 88000, Uzhhorod, Ukraine
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Published online: 18 April 2018
Knowledge of neutron energy spectra is very important because neutrons with various energies have a different material impact or a biological tissue impact. This paper presents basic results of the neutron flux distribution inside the new experimental research stand SVICKA which is located at Brno University of Technology in Brno, Czech Republic. The experiment also focused on the investigation of the sandwich biological shielding quality that protects staff against radiation effects. The set of indium activation detectors was used to the investigation of neutron flux distribution. The results of the measurement provide basic information about the neutron flux distribution inside all irradiation channels and no damage or cracks are present in the experimental research stand biological shielding.
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