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A 15 MeV high average power electron linac for multi-disciplinary research applications

(1997) AIP Conference Proceedings. 392. p.1179-1182
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The Gent University 15 MeV 20 kW linear electron accelerator facility, initially designed for fundamental nuclear physics research, was modified to generate beams for new experimental interdisciplinary projects. The beams are available now at seven ports for exposure of targets to X-rays or for direct electron irradiation. The high number of materials, with their different physical nature (dimensions, density...), that are under investigation, and the various goals of the radiation experiments, require a great diversity of irradiation conditions. Specialised equipment has been developed. The accelerator facility in its present configuration and the actual output performance are presented.

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Mondelaers, Willy, Koenraad Van Laere, K Van den Bossche, and Francis Hoste. 1997. “A 15 MeV High Average Power Electron Linac for Multi-disciplinary Research Applications.” In AIP Conference Proceedings, ed. JL Duggan and IL Morgan, 392:1179–1182. Woodbury, NY, USA: AIP Press.
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Mondelaers, W., Van Laere, K., Van den Bossche, K., & Hoste, F. (1997). A 15 MeV high average power electron linac for multi-disciplinary research applications. In J. Duggan & I. Morgan (Eds.), AIP Conference Proceedings (Vol. 392, pp. 1179–1182). Presented at the 14th International Conference on Application of Accelerators in Research and Industry, Woodbury, NY, USA: AIP Press.
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Mondelaers W, Van Laere K, Van den Bossche K, Hoste F. A 15 MeV high average power electron linac for multi-disciplinary research applications. In: Duggan J, Morgan I, editors. AIP Conference Proceedings. Woodbury, NY, USA: AIP Press; 1997. p. 1179–82.
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Mondelaers, Willy, Koenraad Van Laere, K Van den Bossche, et al. “A 15 MeV High Average Power Electron Linac for Multi-disciplinary Research Applications.” AIP Conference Proceedings. Ed. JL Duggan & IL Morgan. Vol. 392. Woodbury, NY, USA: AIP Press, 1997. 1179–1182. Print.
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  abstract     = {The Gent University 15 MeV 20 kW linear electron accelerator facility, initially designed for fundamental nuclear physics research, was modified to generate beams for new experimental interdisciplinary projects. The beams are available now at seven ports for exposure of targets to X-rays or for direct electron irradiation. The high number of materials, with their different physical nature (dimensions, density...), that are under investigation, and the various goals of the radiation experiments, require a great diversity of irradiation conditions. Specialised equipment has been developed. The accelerator facility in its present configuration and the actual output performance are presented.},
  author       = {Mondelaers, Willy and Van Laere, Koenraad and Van den Bossche, K and Hoste, Francis},
  booktitle    = {AIP Conference Proceedings},
  editor       = {Duggan, JL and Morgan, IL},
  isbn         = {9781563966521},
  issn         = {0094-243X},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Denton, TX, USA},
  pages        = {1179--1182},
  publisher    = {AIP Press},
  title        = {A 15 MeV high average power electron linac for multi-disciplinary research applications},
  volume       = {392},
  year         = {1997},
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