Physics

Neutron Emission

Neutron Emission

Most neutron emission outside prompt neutron development associated with fission, is normally from neutron-serious isotopes produced as fission items. Neutron emission is a kind of radioactive decay of atoms including excess neutrons, when a neutron can be ejected from the nucleus. Neutron emissi.....

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Neutron Source

Neutron Source

Neutron source parameters are the energy of the neutrons emitted by the foundation, the pace of neutrons emitted by the foundation, how big is the source, the expense of retaining and getting the foundation, and government laws related to the foundation. Neutron source devices are being used in p.....

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Neutron Generator

Neutron Generator

The central part of a neutron generator is the particle accelerator itself, sometimes called a neutron tube. Neutron tubes have several components including an ion source, ion optic elements, and a beam target; all of these are enclosed within a vacuum tight enclosure. High voltage insulation bet.....

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Accelerator Physics

Accelerator Physics

Accelerator physics is a branch of applied physics, concerned with designing, building and operating particle accelerators. Accelerator Physics is related to other fields: Microwave engineering, Optics with an emphasis on geometrical optics and laser physics, Computer technology with an emph.....

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Dielectric Wall Accelerator

Dielectric Wall Accelerator

Electromagnetic induction makes a traveling electric industry, which accelerates charged particles. The traveling wave overlaps with all the position of the priced particles, leading to their acceleration inside because they pass through the tube’s vacuum channel. A Dielectric Wall Accelera.....

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Nuclear Transmutation

Nuclear Transmutation

Natural transmutation by stellar nucleosynthesis in the past created most of the actual heavier chemical elements within the universe. Nuclear transmutation is the conversion of one compound element or an isotope in to another. Because any element (isotope) is defined by its quantity of protons (.....

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Particle Accelerator

Particle Accelerator

A particle accelerator is a machine that uses electromagnetic fields to propel charged particles to nearly light speed and contain them in well-defined cross-bow supports. There are two simple classes of accelerators: electrostatic along with oscillating field accelerators. Electrostatic accelera.....

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Impulse Generator

Impulse Generator

An impulse generator is an electrical apparatus which usually produces very small high-voltage or high-current spikes. Such devices can be classified into a couple types: impulse voltage generation devices and impulse existing generators. High impulse currents are needed not only intended for tes.....

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Triple-Alpha Process

Triple-Alpha Process

The combination or fusion involving three alpha particles to form a carbon nucleus is recognized as the triple alpha process. Older stars start to amass helium produced by the proton–proton chain reaction plus the carbon–nitrogen–oxygen cycle in their cores. This process will occur in red .....

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Dense Plasma Focus

Dense Plasma Focus

For nuclear weapons applications, dense plasma focus devices can be used as an external neutron source. Other applications include simulation of nuclear explosions and a short and intense neutron source a good choice for non-contact discovery or examination of nuclear materials (uranium, plutoniu.....

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Direct energy conversion

Direct energy conversion

Direct energy conversion is transformation of one type of energy (such as sunlight) to an alternative (such as electricity) without passing via an intermediate stage (such while steam to spin generator turbines). Direct energy conversion or direct conversion changes a charged particle’s kin.....

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Aneutronic Fusion

Aneutronic Fusion

The conditions forced to harness aneutronic fusion are more extreme than those essential for the conventional deuterium–tritium (DT) nuclear fuel cycle. Successful aneutronic fusion would reduce problems associated with neutron radiation like ionizing damage, neutron activation and requirements.....

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