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2014-01-06
2016-12-06

Abstract

A new idea to calculate ultracold neutron (UCN) production by using Monte Carlo simulation method to calculate the cold neutron (CN) flux and an analytical approach to calculate the UCN production from the simulated CN flux was given. A super-thermal source (UCN source) was modeled based on an arrangement of DO and solid D (sD). The DO was investigated as the neutron moderator, and sD as the converter. In order to determine the required parameters, a two-dimensional (2D) neutron balance equation written in Matlab was combined with the MCNPX simulation code. The 2D neutron-transport equation in cylindrical (ρ − ) geometry was considered for 330 neutron energy groups in the sD. The 2D balance equation for UCN and CN was solved using simulated CN flux as boundary value. The UCN source dimensions were calculated for the development of the next UCN source. In the optimal condition, the UCN flux and the UCN production rate (averaged over the sD volume) equal to 6.79 × 106 cm−2s−1 and 2.20 ×105 cm−3s−1, respectively.

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