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BURN (Physics and Forensics)

BURN (Physics and Forensics)

BURN (Physics and Forensics). By Ahmed Abdelmoez MSc. Burn Physics. Introduction. Understanding physics of the burn leads to better knowledge about the nature of the burn. Burn physics can explain the shape, depth and progression in burn patients. FLAME BURN.

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Radiation damage research

Radiation damage research

Radiation damage research. Florian Kassel, Moritz Guthoff , Anne Dabrowski, Wim de Boer. Outline. Introduction to TCT setup at KIT Extension of existing TCT setup Additional CCD measurement Alternating high voltage measurement Possibility to alternate CCD and TCT measurement

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PMT Radiation Damage

PMT Radiation Damage

PMT Radiation Damage. Yasar Onel for University of Iowa. HF Detectors Readout. Readout Box. IP.  11 m away from IP. Fact: High energetic muons or residues of late hadron showers may reach to HF Readout Box. HF PMT Specs. Hamamatsu R7525 PMT has 8 stages dynode

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Radiation Damage Passive Components

Radiation Damage Passive Components

Radiation Damage Passive Components. Versatile Link WP 2.3 Todd Huffman, Mark Jones, Nick Ryder & Tony Weidberg Summary radiation tolerance GRIN and SM fibres Qualified for warm operation RIA variation with Temperature Plans for RIA measurements at -25C. Fibre Bandwidth after irradiation.

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Radiation Damage Passive Components

Radiation Damage Passive Components

Radiation Damage Passive Components. Versatile Link WP 2.3 Todd Huffman, Mark Jones, Nick Ryder & Tony Weidberg Summary radiation tolerance GRIN and SM fibres Qualified for warm operation RIA variation with Temperature Plans for RIA measurements at -25C. Fibre Bandwidth after irradiation.

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Why Model Radiation Damage?

Why Model Radiation Damage?

Why Model Radiation Damage?. Irradiation with energetic particles leads to atomic displacements, Defects. Material properties largely determined by defect structure Strength Ductility. Toughness, Dimensional Stability. Multi-Scale Modeling: Track Evolution from nm to m, fs to yr .

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Radiation damage in Diamond

Radiation damage in Diamond

Radiation damage in Diamond. Comparison of radiation damage in Si and Diamond WdB, H. Bol, A. Furgeri, S. Mueller (Univ. Karlsruhe) M. Pomorski, E. Berdermann (GSI) M. Huhtinen (CERN). Decay of CVD signal during neutron irradiation. Decrease of CCD vs fluence with 26 MeV protons.

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Biological Effect of Radiation

Biological Effect of Radiation

Biological Effect of Radiation. ACADs (08-006) Covered

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Biological Effect of Radiation

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Repair of Radiation Damage and the Dose-Rate Effect Chapter 5

Repair of Radiation Damage and the Dose-Rate Effect Chapter 5

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Radiation Damage to Silicon Sensors

Radiation Damage to Silicon Sensors

Radiation Damage to Silicon Sensors. DRAFT. DCC 11/14/02. Depletion Voltage. V dep = d 2 •N•q/2 e d = sensor thickness N = Dopant concentration q = 1.6E-19 C e (Si) = 11.9 • e 0 e 0 = 8.85E-12 F/m V dep = 150V  N  3E12/cm 3  N 0 will be ~ 1 – 5 E12/cm 3 .

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