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Diagnosing inertial confinement fusion gamma ray physics (invited)a)
a)Invited paper, published as part of the Proceedings of the 18th Topical Conference on High-Temperature Plasma Diagnostics, Wildwood, New Jersey, May 2010.
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Calculated temporal response of secondary -rays created by a fusion impulse creating 14.1 MeV neutrons and 16.75 MeV DT fusion -rays assuming a 0.9 scale “flanged” hohlraum/TMP, integrated over 0–20 MeV, binned into 5 ps bins. Calculated for a port 64° down from the pole.

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(a) Calculated prompt -ray spectrum for with 100 keV bins. Smooth curves represent GRH response at the specified threshold energies and correspond to the vertical scale on the right in Chernkov photons (CkvPh) per incident -ray. (b) Folding of the -ray spectrum and GRH response from (a) along with a solid angle fraction of for a 5 in. diameter -to- convertor placed 6.075 m from TCC.

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FIG. 3.

(a) GRH response to the four spectral components as a function of threshold energy plotted in units of Cherenkov photons hitting the PMT photocathode (p/c) per source DT fusion neutron. (b) Relative GRH signal to these components plotted as solid lines. Data symbols plotted at zero threshold energy represent the relative total number of -rays for each component. These data symbols are connected to the thresholded responses at 3 MeV using a dashed line to guide the eyes.


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Scitation: Diagnosing inertial confinement fusion gamma ray physics (invited)a)