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Something about Institute of Automatics, neutron generators and radiation hardness. Institute of Automatics, Neutron Generators, Detectors and Radiation Hardness. Andrey Sviridov. Defense Applications. The most important defense areas of VNIIA are developments of:
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Institute of Automatics, Neutron Generators, Detectors and Radiation Hardness
Platforms that carry the nuclear weapons designed at VNIIA
VNIIA is the only company is Russia that has the full-scale research & design, and fabrication capabilities to produce serially the portable neutron generators for variety of applications with the neutron radiation of a wide range of parameters.
Neutron tubes & plasma focus chambers
Pulsed neutron logging equipment
The neutron generators and hardware based on them is delivered to domestic customers, as well as to the USA,
the UK, Germany, China, Japan, Italy, Israel, South Korea, and the CIS countries.
Hand-held radiation monitor
The hand-held radiation monitors are capable of detecting 0.03 g of 239Pu and 0.3 g of 235U.
Checkpoint equipped with the radiation monitoring system
X-ray chronographic electronic-optic detector
Chronographic electronic-optic detector
Detectors of the pulsed neutrons and gamma rays
Shockproof multi-channel detector
The unique electro-vacuum devices are developed to be used in the scintillation detectors and the fast electronic-optical detectors: the photoelectron multipliers and the photo-elements of the high time resolution, the X-ray and chronographic electronic-optical converters. These devices have the linear characteristic current curve up to 10 A, the large gain factor up to 106, and the high time resolution (0.5 ns), so that they can be applied for detecting the subnanosecond processes.
Electro-vacuum devices for scintillation detectors and electronic-optical detectors
Multi-channel analog-to-digital converter
Digital TV detector
n: 0.1 - 14 MeV
γ: 0.2 - 10 MeV nuclear blast
x : 0.01 – 0.2 MeV
n :2 - 100 MeV
µ:2 GeV cosmic rays
p :> GeV
e : GeV
Imitators γ e
Distance, including taking outof sensor