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FALSTAFF: A new tool for fission studies

Abstract : The future NFS installation will produce high intensity neutron beams from hundreds of keV up to 40MeV. Taking advantage of this facility, data of particular interest for the nuclear community in view of the development of the fast reactor technology will be measured. The development of an experimental setup called FALSTAFF for a full characterization of actinide fission fragments has been undertaken. Fission fragment isotopic yields and associated neutron multiplicities will be measured as a function of the neutron energy. Based on time-of-flight and residual energy technique, the setup will allow the simultaneous measurement of the complementary fragments velocity and energy. The performances of TOF detectors of FALSTAFF will be presented and expected resolutions for fragment masses and neutron multiplicities, based on realistic simulations, will be shown.
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D. Dore, F. Fanny Farget, F.R. Lecolley, G. Lehaut, T. Materna, et al.. FALSTAFF: A new tool for fission studies. Fifth International Workshop on Nuclear Fission and Fission-Product Spectroscopy, May 2013, Caen, France. pp.05005, ⟨10.1051/epjconf/20136205005⟩. ⟨in2p3-00919126⟩



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