The neutron field parameters (fluence and energy distribution) at a specific location outside the JET Torus Hall have been measured by means of super-heated fluid detectors (or bubble detectors) in combination with an independent, time-of-flight, technique. The bubble detector assemblies were placed at the end of a vertical line of sight at about 16 m from the tokamak mid plane. Spatial distributions of the neutron fluence along the radial and toroidal directions have been obtained using two-dimensional arrays of bubble detectors. Using a set of three bubble detector spectrometers the neutron energy distribution was determined over a broad energy range, from about 10 keV to above 10 MeV, with an energy resolution of about 30% at 2.5 MeV. The very broad energy response allowed for the identification of energy features far from the main fusion component (around 2.45 MeV for deuterium discharges). © 2012 Euratom.
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Gherendi, M., Zoita, V. L., Craciunescu, T., Johnson, M. G., Pantea, A., Baltog, I., ... Popovichev, S. (2012). Neutron field parameter measurements on the JET tokamak by means of super-heated fluid detectors. Review of Scientific Instruments, 83(10), -. [10E124]. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4739410