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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||The Angra Project: Monitoring Nuclear Reactors With Antineutrino Detectors|
Leigui De Oliveira M.A.
Lima Jr. H.P.
|Abstract:||We present the status of the Angra Neutrino project, describing the development of an antineutrino detector aimed at monitoring nuclear reactor activity. The experiment will take place at the Brazilian nuclear power plant located in Angra dos Reis. The Angra II reactor, with 4 GW of thermal power, will be used as a source of antineutrinos. A water Cherenkov detector will be placed above ground in a commercial container outside the reactor containment, about 30 m from the reactor core. With a detector of one ton scale a few thousand antineutrino interactions per day are expected. We intend, in a first step, to use the measured neutrino event rate to monitor the on-off status and the thermal power delivered by the reactor. In addition to the safeguards issues the project will provide an alternative tool to have an independent measurement of the reactor power.|
|Citation:||Aip Conference Proceedings. , v. 1222, n. , p. 427 - 430, 2010.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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