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TOWARDS THE VALIDATION OF NEUTRON NOISE SIMULATORS: QUALIFICATION OF DATA ACQUISITION SYSTEMS

Rais A., Lamirand V., Pakari O., Laureau A., Pohlus J., Pohl C., Hübner S., Hursin M., Demazière C., and Pautz A


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;This paper deals with the processes involved in the generation of reliable experimental&lt;br&gt;
data for the validation of computer simulations. In the field of neutron noise, the analysis&lt;br&gt;
of results is based on spectral features of the detector signals in the frequency domain.&lt;br&gt;
Neutron noise simulators also produce estimates that are subjected to studies in the same&lt;br&gt;
domain. The validation process of such simulations begins with the generation of reliable&lt;br&gt;
experimental data. In this work, we analyze results from two neutron noise experimental&lt;br&gt;
campaigns. The focus is placed upon de comparison of results obtained by different data&lt;br&gt;
acquisition systems (DAQs) that were used to record the data in parallel. The goal is to&lt;br&gt;
verify whether results obtained by the different DAQs are consistent, and thus reliable.&lt;br&gt;
The neutron noise-dedicated experiments were carried out in the AKR-2 reactor at the&lt;br&gt;
Technische Universit&amp;auml;t Dresden and in the CROCUS reactor at the &amp;Eacute;cole polytechnique&lt;br&gt;
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reactivity perturbations: a rotating neutron absorber with a varying absorption crosssection&lt;br&gt;
with respect to the rotation angle; a linearly vibrating absorber that is moved back&lt;br&gt;
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