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FALSTAFF: a novel apparatus for fission fragment characterization

Abstract : The study of nuclear fission and in particular the correlation between the produced fragments and the associated neutrons is encountering renewed interest since new models are available on the market and a large set of applications show a rather stringent demand on high quality nuclear data. The future Neutrons For Science installation, being presently built at GANIL (Caen, France) in the framework of the SPIRAL2 project, will produce high intensity neutron beams from hundreds of keV up to 40 MeV. In view of this opportunity, the development of an experimental setup called FALSTAFF (Four Arm cLover for the Study of Actinide Fission Fragments) has been undertaken since 2011. This novel apparatus is meant to provide a full characterization of fission fragments in terms of mass, nuclear charge and kinetic energy. Moreover, it will provide a measurement of the mass before and after neutron evaporation, leading to the determination of the neutron multiplicity as a function of the fragmentation. The FALSTAFF setup is presently in its R&D phase in order to achieve the required specifications, especially in terms of time, space and energy resolution of the different detectors.
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S. Panebianco, D. Doré, F. Fanny Farget, F.R. Lecolley, G. Lehaut, et al.. FALSTAFF: a novel apparatus for fission fragment characterization. 4th International Workshop on Compound-Nuclear Reactions and Related Topics (CNR13), Oct 2013, Sao Paulo, Brazil. pp.00021, ⟨10.1051/epjconf/20136900021⟩. ⟨in2p3-00880410⟩



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