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Title: Irradiation-resistant magnetic field microsensors
Authors: Bolshakova, Inessa
Yerashok, Volodymyr
Zagachevskyi, Yuriy
Makido, Olena
Tymoshyn, Serhiy
Stetsko, Roman
Kokoten, Nazar
Prykhodko, Oleksandr
Shurygin, Fedir
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Irradiation-resistant magnetic field microsensors / Inessa Bolshakova, Volodymyr Yerashok, Yuriy Zagachevskyi, Olena Makido, Serhiy Tymoshyn, Roman Stetsko, Nazar Kokoten, Oleksandr Prykhodko, Fedir Shurygin // Комп'ютерні науки та інженерія : матеріали VІ Міжнародної конференції молодих вчених CSE-2013, 21–23 листопада 2013 року, Україна, Львів / Міністерство освіти і науки України, Національний університет "Львівська політехніка". – Львів : Видавництво Львівської політехніки, 2013. – С. 34-35. – (4-й Міжнародний молодіжний фестиваль науки "Litteris et Artibus"). – Bibliography: 4 titles.
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Видавництво Львівської політехніки
Keywords: semiconductors of III-V group
magnetic field sensors
magnetic measuring instrumentation
high-energy irradiation
radiation resistance
magnetic diagnostics
charged particle accelerators
Abstract: A technology developed for creating radiationresistant magnetic field sensors based on semiconductor binary compounds of III-V group (InSb, InAs, GaAs) and their solid solutions (InXGa1-XAs, InAsXIn1-X) is presented. Studies have confirmed such sensors’ operability in neutron fluxes up to high fluences. This has made possible their use in magnetic measuring instrumentation for magnetic field diagnostics in thermonuclear reactors. The instrumentation comprises a 3D probe with Hall sensors and electronics characterized by the function of in-situ self-calibration, which makes available periodic calibration of sensors without their reinstallation, leading to high measurement accuracy. The magnetic measuring instrumentation developed by the team has been applied in European reactors TORE SUPRA (France) and JET (UK), and is aimed at solving tasks at a new charged particle accelerator – collider NICA (Russia).
Content type: Article
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