Laboratoire Léon Brillouin

UMR12 CEA-CNRS, Bât. 563 CEA Saclay

91191 Gif sur Yvette Cedex, France

+33-169085241 llb-sec@cea.fr

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Neutrons
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Neutron diffusion make possible to probe the matter and its sensitivity to the light elements and to magnetism make it a single and original probe. Within IRAMIS, neutron spectrometry is used in various fields in fundamental and applied research and is developed around the CEA-CNRS Laboratory Leon Brillouin (LLB) around the Orphée reactor in Saclay. Neutrons are mainly intended for the study of condensed matter. The scientific activity of the laboratory belongs to three sectors of equal importance: physicochemistry, structural studies and phase transitions, magnetism and supraconductivity.

 

 

 

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Project roadmap Within the CMR50 project (Cible-Modérateur-Réflecteur 50kW), the DIS (Department d’Ingéniérie des Systèmes), the DACM (Le Département des Accélérateurs, de Cryogénie et de Magnétisme), the DPhN (Département de Physique Nucléaire), the SPR (Service de Protection contre le Rayonnement)  and the Laboratoire Léon Brillouin are making joined efforts to build a Target Moderator Reflector assembly (and its shielding) which can handle a proton beam of 50 kW.
What is a Compact Accelerator-based Neutron Source (CANS) ?   A CANS is composed of the following elements: A proton or deuton source producing a particle beam at energies on the order of 100 keV with a peak intensity up to 100mA A RFQ stage (Radio-Frequency Quadrupole) whose role is to shape the continuous ion beam and ensure a first acceleration up to an energy of a few MeV Extra accelerating stages to push the ion energies to the requested energy (several 10 MeV) Transport lines to the target.
Various news in connection with CANS (Compact Accelerator neutron Source)
September 2019 The HBS High Brillance Source workshop will take place in Unkel on October 26-27th July 2019 The UCANS-8 took place in Paris.
General documents and overviews about CANS
  Documents with a French perspective Compact Neutron Sources for Neutron Scattering (HAL-CEA) Une source de diffusion neutronique alternative en France pour la prochaine décennie ? (HAL-CEA) General documents on CANS EPJ Plus Focus Point on Compact accelerator-driven neutron sources The Jülich high-brilliance neutron source project U.
Presentations at workshops or conferences 2018 Presentation on "Neutron Scattering on Compact Neutron Sources", TU Delft, February 2018.
Operating, under commissionning or in project CANS sources across the world
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