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Proceedings of the Symposium on Time-Of-Flight Diffraction at Pulsed Neutron Sciences (Transactions of the American Crystallographic Association)

Y. D. Jorgensen

Proceedings of the Symposium on Time-Of-Flight Diffraction at Pulsed Neutron Sciences (Transactions of the American Crystallographic Association)

by Y. D. Jorgensen

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Published by American Crystallographic Association .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pulsed neutron techniques,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Neutrons,
  • Congresses,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Nuclear Energy,
  • Crystallography,
  • Diffraction

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8414473M
    ISBN 100937140384
    ISBN 109780937140383

      J. R. Drake, D. Haslbrunner, J. Lorenzen, and T. Elevant, “ Controllable variable-size scatterer detector in a time-of-flight telescope spectrometer for neutron diagnostics on JET,” in Proceedings of Symposium on Engineering Problems of Fusion Research, ; Google Scholar T. Elevant, Nuclum. Instrum. Meth. Abstract/Program Book. NA. Salt Lake City, UT July , PROGRAM & ABSTRACTS DOWNLOAD. Abstract/Program Book. NA. Honolulu, HI July , PROGRAM & ABSTRACTS DOWNLOAD. Etter Lectures. NA. The Etter Lectures are proceedings from the Margaret C. Etter Early Career Award Symposium at the Annual Meeting in.

    @article{osti_, title = {Report on the international workshop on cold moderators for pulsed neutron sources.}, author = {Carpenter, J M}, abstractNote = {The International Workshop on Cold Moderators for Pulsed Neutron Sources resulted from the coincidence of two forces. Our sponsors in the Materials Sciences Branch of DOE's Office of Energy Research and the community of moderator and. At KENS (the neutron scattering facility at the National Laboratory for High Energy Physics, KEK, Japan), in , a pulsed neutron source with a thermal moderator and a cold moderator of solid.

    Windsor, Pulsed Neutron Scattering (Academic, London, ). Mathematical Methods in Physical Sciences (Wiley, New York, ). Analysis of Time-of-Flight Diffraction Data from Liquid and Amorphous Samples (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton Didcot Oxon OX11 OQX, ). Results of Blind Tests for Explosives in Luggage Using Fast-Neutron Transmission Spectroscopy. Pp. in Proceedings of the Second Explosives Detection Technology Symposium and Aviation Security Technology Conference, W.H. Makky, ed. Washington, D.C.: Federal Aviation Administration. Tensor Technology, Inc. a.


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Proceedings of the Symposium on Time-Of-Flight Diffraction at Pulsed Neutron Sciences (Transactions of the American Crystallographic Association) by Y. D. Jorgensen Download PDF EPUB FB2

Proceedings of the Symposium on Time-Of-Flight Diffraction at Pulsed Neutron Sciences (Transactions of the American Crystallographic Association) by Y.

Jorgensen (Author), SYMPOSIUM ON TIME-OF-FLIGHT DIFFRACTION (Author), James D. Jorgensen (Author), & ISBN ISBN Get this from a library. Proceedings of the Symposium on Time-of-Flight Diffraction at Pulsed Neutron Sources: at Albuquerque Convention Center, Albuquerque, NM, May[James D Jorgensen; Arthur J Schultz;].

The diffractometer SXD at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory ISIS pulsed neutron source has been used to record high resolution time-of-flight Laue fiber diffraction data from DNA. These experiments, which are the first of their kind, were undertaken using fibers of DNA in the A conformation and prepared using deuterated DNA in order to Cited by: 2.

Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Science at J-PARC — Unlocking the Mysteries of Life, Matter and the Universe — Time of Flight Neutron Diffraction on NiO. Sanghyun Lee, Yoshihisa Ishikawa, Ping Miao, Shuki Torii, Super-Resolution Processing for Pulsed Neutron Imaging System Using a High-Speed Camera.

Ken Ishizuka. By means of pulsed neutron diffraction without energy analysis, it is possible not only to study Bragg scattering but also to study processes involving inelastic neutron scattering.

Thus the same diffractometer can be employed for examining elementary excitations as for crystal structure : B. Willis. Concepts. So far the properties of the neutron beam have been discussed in terms of the different scattering/absorption processes. The de Broglie equation relates the wavelength, λ, of a neutron to its momentum, mv, according to the equation: λ = h / mv where h is Planck's constant (= × Js) and m is the mass of the neutron (= × kg).

Abstract. The potential of pulsed neutron diffraction in structural determination of biological materials is discussed. The problems and potential solutions in this area are outlined, with reference to both current and future sources and instrumentation.

Residual stress can be easily generated during material processing and affect the performance of structural components. Phase stress distribution in austenitic-ferritic duplex stainless steels (DSSs) is complicated due to the different material properties between the two phases.

In this study, residual phase stress distribution along the thickness direction of centrifugally cast DSS hollow. Spallation neutron sources, based on proton synchrotrons, have firmly established pulsed neutron scattering as comparable and complementary to reactor-based neutron scattering.

The projected substantial increase in neutron flux and upgrade in instrumentation at spallation neutron sources over the next 10–15 years lead to extrapolated. As a powerful tool for material characterization, neutron diffraction is an ideal approach for the residual stress research of crystalline materials [4,5].As for the multi-phase materials, Albertini et al.

have revealed high tensile stress in the γ phase and high compressive stress in the α phase in a centrifugal bowl of duplex steel [].Harjo et al. have discussed the thermal residual. Time-of-flight Neutron Transmission Diffraction Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Applied Crystallography 34(3) June with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Using time-of-flight (TOF) technique at pulsed neutron sources allows to record complete diffraction patterns in wide range of interplanar spacing at fixed scattering angles and to analyze.

Turberfield K C () in “Thermal Neutron Diffraction” ed Willis B T M, Oxford University Press page Google Scholar Wilkinson C () in “Workshop on Neutron Scattering Data Analysis ”, ed Johnson M W. Institute of Physics Conference Series Number lOP, Bristol and Boston, page 47 and J de Physique, FASC 8, C   Keywords: ESS, ODIN, detectors, neutron imaging, spatial resolution, time of flight, scattering 1.

Introduction ESS will feature a higher intensity per pulse than that of any other pulsed source worldwide, and the time integrated flux will be of the order of that of ILL [1], for cold neutrons maybe even beyond.

The cold neutron imaging and diffraction instrument IMAT at the second target station of the pulsed neutron source ISIS is currently being commissioned and prepared for user operation.

IMAT will enable white-beam neutron radiography and tomography. One of the benefits of operating on a pulsed source is to determine the neutron energy via a time of flight measurement, thus enabling energy.

Pulsed neutron diffraction with isotope substitution on the hydroxyl hydrogens (H) is used to study the structure of methanol in two supercritical conditions ( °C, MPa, g cm −3 and °C, MPa, g cm −3) as well as a subcritical state ( °C, MPa, g cm −3) (T c = ° C, P c = MPa, ρ c = g cm −3 for methanol).

A 6 Li-glass scintillator (GS20) based neutron Anger camera was developed for time-of-flight single-crystal diffraction instruments at Spallation Neutron Source.

Traditional Pulse-Height Analysis (PHA) for Neutron-Gamma Discrimination (NGD) resulted in the neutron-gamma efficiency ratio (defined as NGD ratio) on the order of 10 NGD ratios of Anger cameras need to be. We report crystal and local structure of cathode materials for lithium ion batteries (LIBs) LiNi 1− x Co x O 2 (x = 0, 1) powders analyzed by the Rietveld combined with the maximum entropy methods (MEM) and the atomic pair distribution function (PDF) using the time-of-flight (TOF) neutron diffraction at SPICA of J-PARC and NOMAD of ORNL.

The next decade will see the development worldwide of pulsed spallation neutron sources for condensed matter research. A conceptual introduction to such neutron sources is given. Neutron time‐of‐flight techniques as applied to diffraction and inelastic neutron scattering spectroscopy are discussed, and compared with techniques using crystal spectrometers.

Using the time-of-flight (TOF) method to sort the energies of neutrons arriving at the detector, the wavelength λ of any neutron can then be calculated from a measurement of its total travel time t (from the start of the pulse until detection) and the.

The diffraction of thermal neutrons is a powerful tool for investigations of residual stresses in various structural materials and bulk industrial products due to the non-destructive character of the method and high penetration depth of neutrons. Therefore, for conducting experiments in this research field, the neutron Fourier stress diffractometer FSD has been constructed at the IBR-2 pulsed.The cold neutron imaging and diffraction instrument IMAT at the second target station of the pulsed neutron source ISIS is currently being commissioned and prepared for user operation.The lattice constant and the magnetic state of CeO 2 are modified by the irradiation with MeV Xe ions.

Under the assumption that these modifications are induced in the narrow one-dimensional region (the ion track) along the ion beam path, the dependence of the lattice constant and the saturation magnetization of CeO 2 on the Xe ion fluence was analyzed by using the Poisson distribution.