Numerical study of the target material and geometry influence on the uranium deposition . Journal of Nuclear Materials Volume 433, Issue 1-3, 2013, Pages 455-459

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Контактные данные автора публикации Moshkunov, K.A.a , Smirnov, V.P.a, Kogut, D.K.b, Trifonov, N.N.b, Kurnaev, V.A.b a Joint Institute for High Temperatures, RAS, Izhorskaya 13, 125412 Moscow, Russian Federation b National Research Nuclear University MEPhI
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The sputtering and reflection of uranium ions from various targets are studied by the Monte-Carlo binary collision model. A 50-1500 eV energy range and a choice of materials are dictated by the task of an efficient material collection in a plasma-based nuclear fuel regeneration machine. On the basis of modeled data analysis of the optimal collector geometry is derived. It is a cavity with a bottom tilted to walls and the aspect ratio of 2:1. Carbon was found to be the best substrate material. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.



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Binary collision models; Energy ranges; Material collection; MONTE CARLO; Substrate material; Target materials; Uranium ion
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