Fission Fragment characterization with FALSTAFF at NFS

Abstract : The Neutrons for Science (NFS) facility will be one of the first installations of the SPIRAL2 facility. NFS will be composed of a time-of-flight baseline and irradiation stations and will allow studying neutron-induced reactions for energies going from some hundreds of keV up to 40 MeV. Continuous and quasi-monoenergetic energy neutron beams will be available. Taking advantage of this new installation, the development of an experimental setup for a full characterization of actinide fission fragments in this energy domain has been undertaken. To achieve this goal a new detection system called FALSTAFF (Four Arm cLover for the STudy of Actinide Fission Fragments) in under development. In this paper, the characteristics of the NFS facility will be exposed and the motivations for the FALSTAFF experiment will be presented. The experimental setup will be described and the expected resolutions based on realistic GEANT4 simulations will be discussed.
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D. Doré, F. Farget, F.R. Lecolley, X. Ledoux, G. Lehaut, et al.. Fission Fragment characterization with FALSTAFF at NFS. WONDER-2012 - 3rd International Workshop On Nuclear Data Evaluation for Reactor applications, 2012, Aix-en-Provence, France. pp.1001, ⟨10.1051/epjconf/20134201001⟩. ⟨in2p3-00819085⟩



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