• Highly accurate measurements of the spontaneous fission half-life of 240,242Pu 

    Salvador Castiñeira, Paula Genoveva; Brys, Tomasz; Eykens, Roger; Hambsch, Franz Josef; Moens, André; Oberstedt, Stephan; Sibbens, Geodele; Vanleeuw, David; Vidali, Marzio; Pretel Sánchez, Carme (2013-12-18)
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    Fast spectrum neutron-induced fission cross-section data for transuranic isotopes are of special demand from the nuclear data community. In particular highly accurate data are needed for the new generation IV nuclear ...
  • Neutron-induced Fission Cross Section of240,242Pu 

    Salvador Castiñeira, P.; Brys, Tomasz; Eykens, Roger; Hambsch, Franz Josef; Gook, A.; Oberstedt, Stephan; Pretel Sánchez, Carme; Sibbens, Geodele; Vanleeuw, David; Vidali, Marzio (2015)
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    A sensitivity analysis for the new generation of fast reactors [Salvatores (2008)] has shown the importance of improved cross section data for several actinides. Among them, the240,242Pu(n,f) cross sections require ...
  • Neutron-induced fission cross section of Pu-240 from 0.5 MeV to 3 MeV 

    Salvador Castiñeira, Paula Genoveva; Brys, Tomasz; Eykens, Roger; Hambsch, Franz Josef; Gook, A.; Moens, André; Oberstedt, Stephan; Sibbens, Geodele; Vanleeuw, David; Vidali, Marzio; Pretel Sánchez, Carme (2015-07-21)
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    Pu-240 has recently been pointed out by a sensitivity study of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) to be one of the isotopes whose fission cross section lacks accuracy ...
  • Neutron-induced fission cross sections of Pu-242 from 0.3 MeV to 3 MeV 

    Salvador Castiñeira, Paula Genoveva; Brys, Tomasz; Eykens, Roger; Hambsch, Franz Josef; Gook, A.; Moens, André; Oberstedt, Stephan; Sibbens, Geodele; Vanleeuw, David; Vidali, Marzio; Pretel Sánchez, Carme (2015-10-13)
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    The majority of the next generation of nuclear power plants (GEN-IV) will work in the fast-neutron-energy region, as opposed to present day thermal reactors. This leads to new and more accurate nuclear-data needs for some ...