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Electronic measurement and control instruments incorporating sophisticated micro and macro electronic components operating in the radiation environment of high-energy particle accelerators are prone to radiation induced malfunctions. Many of such devices are now been installed in the containment tunnel of the high-energy electron linac driving the FLASH(More)
During a long range intercontinental commercial flight from Europe to Australia the neutron and photon dose equivalents have been evaluated using a pair of electronic pocket dosemeters ALOKA PDM-313 and ALOKA PDM-111, respectively. A temperature compensated superheated emulsion (bubble) detector and an aluminium oxide TL-Dosimeter were carried together for(More)
In modern high energy physics experiments the electronics modules for controlling and/or data acquisition are very often exposed to various ionising radiation fields. It's well known that it can cause many failures during work of such systems, even total break downs. In such case, the studies of radiation hardness of electronic devices should take place to(More)
In Summer 2005, a high brilliance, vacuum ultraviolet (lambda=13 nm) free electron laser named FLASH (free electron laser in Hamburg) commenced its routine operation at DESY in Hamburg. The FLASH is driven by a 700 MeV electron linac based on high-purity superconducting Niobium cavities developed by the TESLA Technology collaboration at DESY. The gamma(More)
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