FNPB

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FNPBFundamental Neutron Physics Beamline (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
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Seo, Los Alamos National Laboratory 4:45-5:00 The Fundamental Neutron Physics Beamline at the Spallation Neutron Source G.
The fundamental neutron physics beamline is anticipated to include two beam-lines; a broad band cold beam, and a monochromatic beam of 0.89 nm neutrons for ultracold neutron (UCN) experiments.
The fundamental neutron physics beamline "views" a "partially-coupled" liquid hydrogen moderator.
The fundamental neutron physics beamline (FnPB) is presently being constructed on cold-neutron flight path number 13 (FP13) at the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) in Oak Ridge, TN, USA.
The performance baselines and simulated neutronics performance for the two fundamental neutron physics beamlines [[phi].sub.cold] ([cm.sup.-2] [[phi].sub.0.89] [s.sup.-1][nm.sup.-1] ([s.sup.-1][nm.sup.-1] M[W.sup.-1]) M[W.sup.-1]) Performance baselines 4.2 X [10.sup.6] 2.1 X [10.sup.7] Simulated performance 1.9 X [10.sup.7] (at 0.34 2.6 X [10.sup.8] nm)
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