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The fingerprint method for characterization of radioactive waste in hadron accelerators / Magistris, M (CERN) ; Ulrici, L (CERN)
Beam losses are responsible for material activation in most of the components of particle accelerators. The activation is caused by several nuclear processes and varies with the irradiation history and the characteristics of the material (namely chemical composition and size). [...]
2008 - Published in : Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res., A 591 (2008) 343-352
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The matrix method for radiological characterization of radioactive waste / Magistris, M (CERN)
Beam losses are responsible for material activation in some of the components of particle accelerators. The activation is caused by several nuclear processes and varies with the irradiation history and the characteristics of the material (namely chemical composition and size). [...]
2007 - Published in : Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res., B 262 (2007) 182-188
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Radiological characterization of targets from the ISOLDE facility at CERN / Magistris, M (CERN) ; Forkel-Wirth, D (CERN) ; Ulrici, L (CERN) ; Otto, T (CERN)
The European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN, Geneva) has been operating accelerators for high-energy physics both on Swiss and French territory for 50 years. Due to the interaction of the particle beams with matter, part of the accelerator structure and its surroundings become radioactive. [...]
2011 - Published in : ATW-Int. J. Nucl. Power: 56 (2011) , no. 1, pp. 29+
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A new approach to characterize very-low-level radioactive waste produced at hadron accelerators / Zaffora, Biagio (CERN) ; Magistris, Matteo (CERN) ; Chevalier, Jean-Pierre (CNAM, Paris) ; Luccioni, Catherine (CNAM, Paris) ; Saporta, Gilbert (CNAM, Paris) ; Ulrici, Luisa (CERN)
Radioactive waste is produced as a consequence of preventive and corrective maintenance during the operation of high-energy particle accelerators or associated dismantling campaigns. Their radiological characterization must be performed to ensure an appropriate disposal in the disposal facilities. [...]
2017 - 7 p. - Published in : Appl. Radiat. Isot. 122 (2017) 141-147
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Radionuclide characterization studies of radioactive waste produced at high-energy accelerators / Ulrici, L ; Brugger, M ; Otto, T ; Roesler, S
2006 - Published in : Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res., A 562 (2006) 596-600
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Uncertainty quantification applied to the radiological characterization of radioactive waste / Zaffora, B (CERN) ; Magistris, M (CERN) ; Saporta, G (CNAM, Paris) ; Chevalier, J -P (CNAM)
This paper describes the process adopted at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) to quantify uncertainties affecting the characterization of very-low-level radioactive waste. Radioactive waste is a by-product of the operation of high-energy particle accelerators. [...]
2017 - 8 p. - Published in : Appl. Radiat. Isot. 127 (2017) 142-149
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Radiological characterization of printed circuit boards for future elimination / Zaffora, Biagio (CERN) ; Magistris, Matteo (CERN)
Electronic components like printed circuit boards (PCBs) are commonly used in CERN's accelerator complex. During their lifetime some of these PCBs are exposed to a radiation field of protons, neutrons and pions and are activated. [...]
2016 - 7 p. - Published in : Appl. Radiat. Isot. 113 (2016) 40-46
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Radiation protection challenges in the management of radioactive waste from high-energy accelerators / Ulrici, Luisa (CERN) ; Algoet, Yvon (CERN) ; Bruno, Luca (CERN) ; Magistris, Matteo (CERN)
The European Laboratory for Particle Physics (CERN) has operated high-energy accelerators for fundamental physics research for nearly 60 y. The side-product of this activity is the radioactive waste, which is mainly generated as a result of preventive and corrective maintenance, upgrading activities and the dismantling of experiments or accelerator facilities. [...]
2015 - 4 p. - Published in : Radiat. Prot. Dosim. 164 (2015) 112-115
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Development of an In-Situ Radiological Classification Technique for Material from CERN's Accelerator Facilities / Walter, Nick
CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, operates high energy accelerators for particle physics research [...]
CERN-THESIS-2015-276 - 179 p.

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Validation of the FLUKA Monte Carlo code for predicting induced radioactivity at high-energy accelerators / Brugger, M ; Ferrari, A ; Roesler, S ; Ulrici, L
2006 - Published in : Nucl. Instrum. Methods Phys. Res., A 562 (2006) 814-818

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