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2022 ANS Winter Meeting and Technology Expo
November 13–17, 2022
Phoenix, AZ|Arizona Grand Resort
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Hanford prepares to empty waste from single-shell tank
Washington River Protection Solutions (WRPS) is preparing to begin waste retrieval from Tank AX-101 at the Department of Energy’s Hanford Site near Richland, Wash. WRPS is the tank operations contractor at Hanford.
Technical Session|Sponsored by IRD
Wednesday, December 1, 2021|3:20–4:45PM (4:20–5:45PM EST)|Columbia 12
Edward J. Cazalas
Kyle C. Hartig
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Fieldable Muon Momentum Measurement Using Coupled Pressurized Gaseous Cherenkov Detectors
3:25–3:45PM (4:25–4:45PM EST)
J. Bae (Purdue Univ.), S. Chatzidakis (Purdue Univ.)
Solar Photovoltaic Device Response to Gamma-Ray Irradiation
3:45–4:05PM (4:45–5:05PM EST)
Praneeth Kandlakunta (Ohio State Univ.), Matthew Van Zile (Ohio State Univ.), Lei Raymond Cao (Ohio State Univ.)
Verification of Radiation Doses Estimated with Watches Using Commercial Dosimeters
4:05–4:25PM (5:05–5:25PM EST)
Natalie Coon (NC State Univ.), Modeste Tchouaso (NC State Univ.), Robert Hayes (NC State Univ.)
Damage Effects from Alpha Neutron Source Irradiation of Ga2O3 Rectifiers
4:25–4:45PM (5:25–5:45PM EST)
Minghan Xian (Univ. of Florida), F. Ren (Univ. of Florida), S.J. Pearton (Univ. of Florida), Elena Flitsiyan (Univ. of Central Florida)
Temperature-Dependent Hybrid/Organic Scintillators
4:45–5:05PM (5:45–6:05PM EST)
J. Arrue (Georgia Institute of Technology), C. Chandler (Colorado School of Mines), A. Sellinger (Colorado School of Mines), A. Erickson (Georgia Institute of Technology)
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