Nuclear Science and Techniques

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Nuclear Science and Techniques ›› 2008, Vol. 19 ›› Issue (1): 53 doi: 10.1016/S1001-8042(08)60022-6

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Satellite-based detection of 16.76 MeV γ-ray from H-bomb D-T fusion

CHENG Jinxing1,2,* WANG Lan2 OUYANG Xiaoping2 SHI Jianfang2 ZHANG Anhui3 SHEN Chunxia3 OUYANG Maojie1 NAN Qinliang1   

  1. 1 Institute of Chemical Defence,PLA, Beijing 102205, China
    2 Northwest Institute of Nuclear Technology, Xi’an 710024, China
    3 Academy of Chemical Defence,PLA, Beijing 102205, China
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CHENG Jinxing WANG Lan OUYANG Xiaoping SHI Jianfang ZHANG Anhui SHEN Chunxia OUYANG Maojie NAN Qinliang . Satellite-based detection of 16.76 MeV γ-ray from H-bomb D-T fusion.Nuclear Science and Techniques, 2008, 19(1): 53     doi: 10.1016/S1001-8042(08)60022-6
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Abstract: Based on the high energy γ-ray yield from the H-bomb D-T fusion reaction, it brings forward the idea applying the 16.76 MeV γ-ray to judge whether the H-bomb happens or not, and to deduce the explosion TNT equivalent accurately. The Monte Carlo N-Particle was applied to simulate the high energy γ-ray radiation characteristics reaching the geosynchronous orbit satellite, and the CVD diamond detector suit for the requirements was researched. A series of experiments were carried out to testify the capabilities of the diamond detector. It provides a brand-new approach to satellite-based nuclear explosion detection.

Key words: H-bomb, D-T fusion, High energy γ-ray, CVD diamond detector, Satellite-based detection