Beam-dump design for ISOL@MYRRHA

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Beam-dump design for ISOL@MYRRHA. / Noel, Quentin; Houngbo, Donald (Peer reviewer).

2016. 82 p.

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Noel, Q & Houngbo, D 2016, 'Beam-dump design for ISOL@MYRRHA', Master of Science.

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title = "Beam-dump design for ISOL@MYRRHA",
abstract = "The objective of this thesis is to provide a preliminary design study of the beam-dump which will be placed after the ISOL@MYRRHA RIB-production target. Monte Carlo simulations are used to determine the spread of the proton-beam after the RIB-production target, the power deposited in the beam-dump, the isotopic inventory in the beam-dump and in the cooling water, and the required shielding around the beam-dump during operation. The geometry of the beam-dump is analyzed through successive simulations. Numerical calculations are also performed to estimate the cooling requirements.",
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