Author: Ito, S.
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TUB01 Development of NRA System for a 1.7MV Tandem Accelerator-Human Resource Development Program for Nuclear Engineering, The University of Tokyo 115
  • S. Ito, H. Matsuzaki, A. Morita
    The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
  The 1.7MV tandem accelerator (RAPID) at the University of Tokyo has been used for various research projects and educational studies since its installation in 1994. Recently RAPID has contributed to educational program for study by utilizing high sensitive ion beam analysis methods of the accelerator. In the fall of 2011, we newly developed a NRA (Nuclear Reaction Analysis) system with BGO scintillator. Detecting the resonant reaction 19F (p, αγ) 16O, a special student experimental class was successfully performed as a “Human resource development program for nuclear engineering”. The feature of this experiment is very few in advanced case study, which has performed with combine multiple ion beam correspond to a purpose for experiment. In this program students make their own samples for NRA analysis by ion implantation. Later in the year, RAPID will be relocated to the University of Tokyo (HIT facility) in Ibaraki prefecture to replace the 1MV tandem accelerator which was damaged by the Great East Japan Earthquake on March of 2011.  
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