Simulation for Optimizing the Design of Cryogenic Stopping Cell for the IGISOL Facility at ELI-NP
Keywords:ELI-NP, Photofission, Gas cell, IGISOL, Radioactive ion beam.
AbstractThe production of the exotic neutron-rich ion beams from photofission of the actinide targets in an IGISOL facility will be studied via an experimental program that will take place at the Extreme Light Infrastructure - Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) facility. Geant4 simulation toolkit was used for optimizing the target configuration in order to maximize the rate of released photofission fragments from targets placed in a cell filled with He gas.
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