Measurements of neutron fields in a wide energy range using multi-foil activation analysis

@article{Chiesa2021MeasurementsON,
  title={Measurements of neutron fields in a wide energy range using multi-foil activation analysis},
  author={D. Chiesa and Carlo Cazzaniga and Massimiliano Nastasi and Marica Rebai and C. D. Frost and Giuseppe Gorini and S. Lilley and Sara A. Pozzi and E. Previtali},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science},
  year={2021}
}
An accurate characterization of the neutron fields at spallation sources is crucial for many applications based on neutron irradiations, such as radiation damage tests that need a precise dose estimate. In this work we present the neutron flux measurements performed with the multi-foil activation technique in the ROTAX and ChipIr beamlines of the ISIS spallation source, characterized by moderated and unmoderated spectra, respectively. We selected many different activation reactions to cover a… 

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