This paper presents the summary of the results of the comparison between the calculated and measured photons and electrons decay heat and activations of material samples irradiated at the Fusion Neutron Generator of the ENEA Research Centre of Frascati that were used for activation code validation purpose. Samples material considered are: Mo, Cu, Hf, Mg, Ni, Cd, Sn, Re, Ti, W, Ag, and Al. Material decay heat (and activity) at various times after the end of the samples irradiation have been evaluated using the ANITA-2000 activation code, by considering three different neutron activation libraries (EAF-99, FENDL/A-2, and EAF-2003) and the results have been compared with the experimental ones. The ratios between calculated and experimental values have been obtained and they are discussed in this paper.

Experimental fusion material photon and electron decay heat measurements: Its use for activation codes validation

Frisoni, M.;
2005

Abstract

This paper presents the summary of the results of the comparison between the calculated and measured photons and electrons decay heat and activations of material samples irradiated at the Fusion Neutron Generator of the ENEA Research Centre of Frascati that were used for activation code validation purpose. Samples material considered are: Mo, Cu, Hf, Mg, Ni, Cd, Sn, Re, Ti, W, Ag, and Al. Material decay heat (and activity) at various times after the end of the samples irradiation have been evaluated using the ANITA-2000 activation code, by considering three different neutron activation libraries (EAF-99, FENDL/A-2, and EAF-2003) and the results have been compared with the experimental ones. The ratios between calculated and experimental values have been obtained and they are discussed in this paper.
Tecnologie e metodologie diagnostiche
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