Laboratoire Léon Brillouin

UMR12 CEA-CNRS

Bât. 563 CEA Saclay

91191 Gif sur Yvette Cedex

France

llb-sec@cea.fr

SONATE: an accelerator-driven neutron source
High Brillance Compact Accelerator-Driven Neutrons Sources

 

The LLB is currently evaluating the performances which can be achieved with high brillance "Compact accelerator-driven neutron source" (CANS). The aim is to be able to provide to the French neutron scattering community access to a suite of workshorse instruments on-par with the current LLB instruments at the horizon 2025.

 

The layout of such a facility is presented below.  A compact proton accelerator wouls proton pulses on two targets: long pulse / low frequency target (2ms pulses, 20 Hz repetition rate) to instruments such as SANS, reflectometer, imaging and a short pulse / high frequency (200µs, 100Hz) to high resolution instruments (diffraction, ToF, spectroscopy)

 

Maj : 14/09/2018 (2755)

Voir aussi
Various news in connection with CANS (Compact Accelerator neutron Source)
General documents and overviews about CANS
Operating, under commissionning or in project CANS sources across the world
 

 

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