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Driver beam-led EURISOL Target design constraints

01/02/2008 -Task : TASK 3
Author(s) :Etam Noah, Richard Catherall, Yacine Kadi, Cyril Kharoua, Jacques Lettry, Thierry Stora

Abstract submitted to EPAC 2008 conference. (already reviewed by J. Lettry)
Calculation of Production and Decay of Radio Isotopes for Future Irradiation Experiments and Ion Bea

04/04/2006 -Task : TASK 3
Author(s) :M. Eller, J. Lettry, R. Catherall, T. Stora

The design of future radioactive ion beam (RIB) facilities requires the forecast of radio isotope inventory after irradiation. At CERN ISOLDE we developed a software tool that estimates the roduction and activation of materials for ISOLDE radioactive waste anagement. The tool can also be used in the design of new RIB facilities, for licensing procedures, for irradiation experiments and the estimation of production yields.
Feasibility of High Power Refractory Metal Foil-Targets for EURISOL

04/04/2006 -Task : TASK 3
Author(s) :R. Wilfinger, J. Lettry and the EURISOL Task 3 Workgroup

Radioisotopes are produced by the ISOL method in thick targets. In existing ISOL facilities, only small yields have been obtained for short-lived nuclei close to the driplines due to the radioactive decay during the diffusion, effusion and ionization processes. An increase of the proton beam current increases the production rate, which is directly proportional to the primary proton flux. But at the same time, the power deposition inside the target is also increased proportional to the primary proton flux...
First negative halogen beams produced at PSBooster-ISOLDE

22/03/2006 -Task : TASK 3
Author(s) :T. Stora, E. Bouquerel, R. Catherall, M. Eller, J. Lettry, M. Menna, R. Wilfinger and the ISOLDE collaboration

Chemically pure radioactive halogen beams have interesting potentials for solid state and nuclear physics, for instance for implantation studies or in precise -decay measurements. They can be produced as positive ions by the ISOL approach, with possible isobaric contaminations, or as pure negative ion beams, with a LaB6 negative surface ion source...
TARPIPE: TARget Prototype Irradiations at PSI for EURISOL

22/03/2006 -Task : TASK 3
Author(s) :E. Bouquerel1, R. Catherall1, S. Fernandes1, I. Guenther-Leopold2, F. Groeschel2, A. Kalt2, J.

The selection of target materials for the production of radioactive nuclear beams is made on the basis of several criteria that include the production cross-sections for isotopes of interest, diffusion, effusion, ageing and heat dissipation. Optimal target materials are often the result of compromises between these properties, which must be preserved under damaging operation conditions...
Alkali suppression for pure Radioactive Ion Beam (RIB) production

22/03/2006 -Task : TASK 3
Author(s) :E. Bouquerel, R. Catherall, M. Eller, J. Lettry, S. Marzari, T. Stora and the ISOLDE

The ISOLDE facility at CERN has constantly developed new ion beams with better purity and improved yields over the last decades. Chemical selectivity for the production of pure RIBs can be achieved by condensation of less volatile species in the transfer line between the target and the ion source and by selective ionisation schemes such as that provided by Resonance Ionization Laser Ion Source (RILIS)...
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Total Abstracts published: 70 - Total Proceedings published: 26


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