2005, Volume 8, Issue 15+16
Automation System for Tritium Contaminated Surface Monitoring
1 National Institute for Cryogenic and Isotope Separation, Rm. Valcea
2 University of Pitesti, Romania
*Corresponding author: Mihai Culcer, e-mail: email@example.comPublished: October 2005
The low energy of betas makes tritium difficult to detect. However, there are several methods used in tritium detection, such as liquid scintillation and ionization chambers.
Tritium on or near a surfe can be also detected using proportional counter and, recently, solid state devices.
The paper presents our results in the design and chievement of a surface tritium monitor using a PIN photodiode as a solid state charged particle detector to count betas emitted from the surface. That method allows continuous, real-time and non-destructively measuring of tritium.
Automation system, monitoring.
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