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Feasibility study of two-dimensional neutron-resonance thermometry using molybdenum in 316 stainless-steel

Kai, Tetsuya   ; Hiroi, Kosuke  ; Su, Y. H.  ; Segawa, Mariko   ; Shinohara, Takenao   ; Matsumoto, Yoshihiro*; Parker, J. D.*; Hayashida, Hirotoshi*; Oikawa, Kenichi   

A two-dimensional thermometry technique based on neutron resonance reactions derives the temperature of specified elements in an object by analyzing the Doppler broadening of a neutron resonance measured by a time-analyzing neutron imaging-detector. This technique is expected to be one of the important applications of the energy-resolved neutron imaging system, RADEN, at J-PARC. The authors focused on molybdenum contained in 316 stainless-steel (with a weight fraction of 2-3 wt%). Energy-dependent transmitted neutrons were measured through a 3 mm thick 316 stainless-steel plate placed in a heater at temperatures between 23 and 500 degrees Celsius at RADEN using a gas-electron multiplier (GEM) detector. Thermal and cold neutrons were eliminated from the incident beam by a cadmium filter. The sample area within the neutron beam was 30 by 50 mm$$^2$$. The feasibility is discussed in the presentation.



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