This is the Windows app named radlab whose latest release can be downloaded as RADlab1.03.jar. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Radiation detection and measurement education is necessary for a wide variety of people working with radiation. The equipment and laboratory setup needed for delivering this education are expensive and difficult to assemble due to the large variety of the type of experiments that are desirable to cover. For a basic education one needs to have gamma, beta, alpha and neutron sources, at least one detector to detect each type of radiation and other supplemental instrumentation to perform experiments. Although the radiation exposure due to these radioactive sources in an education laboratory is low, shielding and a private secured place is needed. Nearly two hundred thousand dollars is needed to construct such a basic laboratory described as above. In order to overcome these difficulties, a model of a basic Radiation Detection Laboratory has been created to provide a virtual environment for designing and simulating such experiments. Team: Dagistan Sahin, Muzaffer Sena Sahin, Korcan Kayrin
- Radiation Detection Experiments
- Gamma, beta, alpha and neutron sources
- Coincidence Experiment
- NIM module and instrumentation
- Easy setup
- Radioactive isotope decay
- Gamma spectroscopy
- Charged particle spectroscopy
- Neutron detection
- Exposure and shielding experiments
Education, End Users/Desktop, Science/Research
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