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High Intensity Beams Of Fission Fragments At SPIRAL 2

Abstract : The future plans of the GANIL/SPIRAL facility related to the SPIRAL~2 project are presented. In the frame of this project a new superconducting linear driver (LINAG) will deliver a high intensity, 40 MeV deuteron beam as well as a variety of heavy-ion beams with mass over charge ratio equals to 3 and energy up to 14.5 AMeV. Using a carbon converter and the 5 mA deuteron beam, a neutron-induced fission rate is expected be up to $10^14$ fissions/s for high-density U$C_x$ target. In the contribution different schemes of production of intense beams of fission-fragments as: low and high neutron-induced fission, photo-fission and charge-particle-induced fission proposed by several Radioactive Nuclear Beams projects are shortly compared.
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M. Lewitowicz. High Intensity Beams Of Fission Fragments At SPIRAL 2. 3rd International Workshop on Nuclear Fission and Fission-Product Spectroscopy, May 2005, Cadarache, France. pp.327-333, ⟨10.1063/1.2137263⟩. ⟨in2p3-00025273⟩



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