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Mesure des sections efficaces (n, Xn) à 96 MeV

Abstract : Nucleon induced reactions in the 20-200 MeV energy range are intensively studied since a long time. The evaporation and the pre-equilibrium processes correspond to an important contribution of the production cross section in these reactions. Several theoretical approaches have been proposed and their predictions must be tested. The experimental results shown in this work are the only complete set of data for the (n, Xn) reactions in this energy range.
Neutron double differential cross sections measurements using lead and iron targets for an incident neutron beam at 96 MeV were carried out at TSL laboratory, in Uppsala (Sweden). The measurements have been performed for the first time with an energy threshold of 2 MeV and for a wide angular range (15°-98°). Neutrons have been detected using two independent setups, DECOI&DEMON and CLODIA&SCANDAL, in order to cover the wole energy range (2-100 MeV). The angular distributions, the differential cross sections and the total inelastic production cross sections have been calculated using the double differential cross sections.
The comparisons between the experimental data and the predictions given by two of the most popular simulation codes, GEANT3 and MCNPX, have been performed, as well as the comparison with the predictions of the microscopic simulation model DYWAN, selected for its original treatment of nucleon-nucleus reactions.
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Submitted on : Tuesday, December 19, 2006 - 11:53:08 AM
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I.C. Sagrado García. Mesure des sections efficaces (n, Xn) à 96 MeV. Physique Nucléaire Théorique [nucl-th]. Université de Caen, 2006. Français. ⟨NNT : ⟩. ⟨tel-00121056⟩



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