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System to Interrogate Cargo for Concealed Special Nuclear Materials System to Interrogate Cargo for Concealed Special Nuclear Materials Disclosure Number 200802147 Technology Summary Maintaining the flow of commerce and transportation through ports of entry (POE) and other checkpoints requires quick resolution of nuclear alarms without de-vanning the co…

Special Nuclear Material Simulation Device Disclosure Number 200902283 Technology Summary Special nuclear material (SNM) is a term that refers to fissile materials which, in sufficient quantity, can be used to produce a nuclear weapon. The detection of SNM is an important part of international efforts to interdict such material that is being transported i…

Handheld Inherently-Directional Neutron Detector Disclosure Number 201603655 Technology Summary The invention relates to detection of neutron sources and more specifically to a hand-held neutron detector. Special Nuclear Materials (SNM) and radioactive sources, many of which emit neutrons, are a concern for a wide variety of organizations and programs, from Homeland Security to health p…

Inexpensivepassive Inexpensive, passive gamma-ray sensor Overview The RADTELL II gamma-ray sensor is a small, inexpensive, virtually passive hardware system designed for individual-item monitoring of radioactive materials. The system provides a method for maintaining 24-hour surveillance of stored radioactive items and recording any gamma-ray change. The system can be retrofitted into existing…

Inexpensivegamma-Raydetector Inexpensive Gamma-ray Detector Overview The RADSiP II gamma-ray sensor is a small, inexpensive, virtually passive hardware system designed for individual-item monitoring of radioactive materials. The system provides a method for maintaining 24-hour surveillance of stored radioactive items and recording any gamma-ray change. The system can be retrofitted into existing…

Gssec Brochure Global Safeguards and Security Educational Center Course Offerings Basic NonDestructive Assay (NDA) (for technicals) Course (3 5 days) POC: Bert Rollen, 865.241.4343, rollenhyjr@ornl.gov Principles of Nuclear Material Process Holdup Course (3 5 days)POC: Bert Rollen, 865.241.4343, rollenhyjr@ornl.gov Automated Holdup Measurements: a Hands On Approach, Applied Proces…

Nuclearmaterials Nuclear Materials Identification System Overview The Nuclear Science and Technology Division and the Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant have been developing the Nuclear Materials Identification System (NMIS) since 1984. NMIS has application to many areas involving fissile materials. Applications include identification and quantification of fissile materials for nuclear materials control and …

Dedicated to making the world safer by providing better security to nuclear materials during transportation worldwide Nuclear material around the world must be made more physically secure to make certain that it is never acquired for use in weapons either in nuclear devices or in radiological dispersion devices, so-called dirty bombs' Dr. Samuel W. Bodman, Secretary of Energy For…

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Fs Nstd Capabilities http://www.ornl.gov/nstd Nuclear Science and Technology Division Key facilities used in research include the following: Capsule Assembly Laboratory High Flux Isotope Reactor (HFIR) Materials Irradiation Facility Oak Ridge Electron Linear Accelerator (ORELA) Radiochemical Engineering Development Center (REDC) The Nuclear Science and Technology Division (NSTD) is comm…

International Technical Working Group Cooperation to Counter Illicit Nuclear Trafficking UCRL-CONF-206719 International Technical Working Group Cooperation to Counter Illicit Nuclear Trafficking D. K. Smith, S. Niemeyer September 22, 2004 3rd Eurasian Conference on Nuclear Science and its Application Tashkent, Uzbekistan October 4, 2004 through October 9, 2004 Disclaimer This docu…

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