|Contributions||Nikolaev, Fridrikh Alekseevich|
|LC Classifications||QC484.3 B613|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||217|
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Methods in Bremsstrahlung Research: : Bogdankevich, O.V., Nikolaev, F.A.: Libros en idiomas extranjerosFormat: Tapa dura. F. A. Nikolaev's 44 research works with 78 citations and reads, including: Optical pumping of neodymium glass by radiation emitted from a high-current discharge. The evaluation of 42 MeV bremsstrahlung spectra from a clinical betatron by using the photoactivation method is described. Photonuclear reactions, mainly of the (γ, n) type, are used as activation detectors. Nuclear Inslrume~ls and Methods in Physics Research () North-! O.V. Bogdankevich, L.E. Lazareva, F.A. L. Pandola, C. Andenna, B. Caccia, Validation of the Geant4 simulation of bremsstrahlung from thick targets below 3 MeV, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms, /, , (), ().
The bremsstrahlung spectra have been measured by using various large, complicated, counter systems for thin and thick targets; nevertheless, in such a high gamma-ray flux field, activation detectors are an effective means of spectrum measurement of gamma-rays and neutrons. In this work, quantitative methods for bremsstrahlung imaging of 90 Y sources that involved the use of (a) a Wiener filter to deconvolve the septal penetration and scatter while suppressing image noise, and (b) the geometric mean of the conjugate view (GM) and effective point source (EPS) methods to quantify activities were investigated. Excitation of the Tem, Tem, Tem, Tem, and Tem isomers in (γ,n) reactions from 10 to 22 MeV. O. V. Bogdankevich and F. A. Nikolaev, “Methods in Bremsstrahlung Research” (English transi.), Academic Press, New York (). Google Scholar.