Fast neutron hodoscope at TREAT: operational experience and improvements

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From nuclear science symposium; San Francisco, California, USA (14 Nov 1973). The multichannel hodoscope at TREAT is capable of detecting motion of fuel resulting from intentional meltdown of fuel pins contained within a test capsule. The system has been in operation in its present form since 1969, having participated in over 50 transients. Operational experience and evolutionary improvements are discussed. The rather complex hodoscope system, which is supported by an involved series of steps before results can be achieved, has worked well within design prediction. Computeraided reconstruction of the data has been provided to obtain displays, plots, and movies of ... continued below

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De Volpi, A. April 30, 1974.

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From nuclear science symposium; San Francisco, California, USA (14 Nov 1973). The multichannel hodoscope at TREAT is capable of detecting motion of fuel resulting from intentional meltdown of fuel pins contained within a test capsule. The system has been in operation in its present form since 1969, having participated in over 50 transients. Operational experience and evolutionary improvements are discussed. The rather complex hodoscope system, which is supported by an involved series of steps before results can be achieved, has worked well within design prediction. Computeraided reconstruction of the data has been provided to obtain displays, plots, and movies of fuel motion events. (auth)

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De Volpi, A. Fast neutron hodoscope at TREAT: operational experience and improvements, article, April 30, 1974; Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1018348/: accessed September 25, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.