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2019 

P9201935 (309.270)
Vasilishin B. V. et al.
The System of Cycle Setting for Nuclotron Booster
The main and two additional currents of the magnetic system of the Nuclotron
booster are controlled by three sets of «+» and «–» series of pulses,
causing an increase or decrease in the corresponding current by the amount
of «quantum» of the current, the value of which is taken to be 0.01 A.
In addition, to control the main current, the sequences of «+» and «–» series
describing the derivative of the main current I'_{0} with the value of
«quantum» equal to 0.04 A/s are also required. The peculiarity of used power
supplies is that they are controlled directly by series pulses, and not by
analog signals obtained from them.
The control of software, equipment and exchange with the database is
performed in the standard of TANGO system.

E1201931 (345.175)
Terekhin A. A. et al.
The Differential Cross Section in Deuteron—Proton Elastic Scattering at 500, 750 and 900 MeV/Nucleon
The results on the differential cross section of dp elastic scattering obtained at the Internal Target Station at the Nuclotron of JINR at energies of 500, 750 and 900 MeV/nucleon
are presented. The measurements have been performed using an unpolarized deuteron beam and a polyethylene foil target. The data have been obtained in the
angular range of 70°–120° in the cms.
The angular dependences of the data from the present experiment are compared with the world experimental data obtained at similar
energies as well as with the theoretical calculations performed within the relativistic multiple scattering theory.
The behavior of the differential cross section at the fixed scattering angles covering the total cms energy region
of √s = 3.1 – 3.42 GeV is in
qualitative agreement with the spowerlaw dependence.

P2201925 (188.828)
Tagirov E. A.
On Selected Works of N. A. Chernikov. Memorial Essay Dedicated to the 90th Anniversary of the Birth of Professor N. A. Chernikov
The essay reports on two cycles of works of N. A. Chernikov in the 1960s, which received
great recognition in the international community of theoretical physicists
and remain relevant to modern times. The first part of the essay
describes N. A. Chernikov's generalization of the Boltzmann kinetic theory
to the general theory of relativity, including construction of the
fundamental equation, which in recent decades was called the
Boltzmann–Chernikov equation.
In the second part, an almost adventure story is told about the discovery of
a generalrelativistic equation for a scalar field, which later became known
as the equation conformally coupled with gravity. There is a fundamental
difference of the quantum approach of Chernikov and the present author
(1967–1968) for the general case of a field with a nonzero mass in spacetime
of arbitrary dimensionality from the classical consideration by R. Penrose
(1964), the particular case of massless field based on conformal covariance
of the latter. Nevertheless, his classical result has been a decisive hint
for the quantum case with a nonzero mass and an arbitrary dimension of
spacetime. It is noted that it is the general equation with conformal
coupling obtained by the field quantization that does satisfy the equivalence
principle.

P13201924 (435.323)
Pepelyshev Yu. N., Popov A. K., Sumkhuu D.
The Kinetics of the Pulsed Booster with a Proton Injector
The kinetics of the pulsed booster as an advanced highflux pulsed neutron source,
which is foreseen to replace the IBR2M pulsed reactor after an exhaust of its service life,
is considered. As a booster, a subcritical multiplying assembly with a reactivity modulator,
which amplifies neutron pulses generated on a nonmultiplying target as a result of the injection
of accelerator protons into it, is described. The parameters of neutron pulses of the assembly with a
frequency of 30 Hz at various values of the effective lifetime of prompt neutrons and effective multiplication
factor of assembly (0.95 and 0.98) are calculated. These calculations allow one to choose the optimal variant of
the parameters of the modulator of reactivity, the subcritical rate, the effective lifetime of the prompt neutrons of the assembly, etc.

E1201921 (141.704)
Baatar Ts. et al.
Cumulative Proton Production in π^{–} + C Interactions
at 40 GeV/ c and the Uncertainty Principle
We study the cumulative proton production in π^{–} + C interactions at 40 GeV/c.
Cumulative protons, in comparison with the noncumulative ones, are produced at large values of the variable n_{c} (n_{c} > 1.0)
and in this region the energy of cumulative protons also increases. The experimental values of the cumulative proton energies are
compared with the estimations obtained by the formula of the uncertainty principle. It has been shown that the energy of
cumulative protons obtained by using the formula of the uncertainty principle is in agreement with the experimental results to an accuracy of
less than ∼ 10.

P16201916 (329.957)
Mokrov Yu. V., Morozova S. V.
The Correction of Albedo Dosimeters DVGN01 Readout at the Neutron Generator EG5 with the Help of a Spherical Albedo System
The results of readout correction for albedo dosimeters DVGN01 using a spherical albedo system are presented.
The measurements were carried out behind the neutron generator EG5. On the basis of the presented results,
the correction coefficients were recommended for individual radiation control at the neutron generator.

E6201911 (406.390)
MarinovG. et al.
Modified Chromatographic Separation of a Sum of Spallation Lanthanides
The elements of the lanthanide (Ln) row being in the transitional region of nuclear deformation are of great scientific interest. Since
the 1960s, the Ln series has been researched and
methods for the separation of these elements have been developed. One of the most successful
separation methods has been developed by N. A. Lebedev at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) for the accelerated
separation of spallation lanthanides from irradiated Ta target at 660 MeV.
The products from such targets are used in scientific
research, medical therapy and diagnostics. Nowadays, the need is for Ln radioisotopes with
longer halflives. Thus, the method developed by N. A. Lebedev is reevaluated and modified: the UTEVA column is added,
facilitating the purification from Hf and Zr isotopes used in
different scientific research. The further separation of individual Ln is
carried out with the use of Aminex A6 resin and a mixture
(MIXαHIB) of ammonium αhydroxyisobutirate (NH_{4}αHIB)
with αhydroxyisobutiric acid (αHIBA) (with regulated pH).
The obtained elementally pure fractions were further used in γγTDPAC measurement of ferrites and tungstates.

P1120199 (86.985)
Amirkhanov I. V., Sarker N. R., Sarkhadov I.
About One Method of ApproximateAnalytical Solution of the
QuantumMechanical ThreeBody Problem
A method is proposed for investigating the solutions of a single
quantummechanical threebody problem. The boundary value problem for a
system of two particles moving in the potential field of the third particle is
studied. The
interaction potentials between the particles are chosen to be quadratically
growing. In this case, the twobody problem has an exact solution. The
solution of the original threebody problem is represented as an expansion
in the solutions of the twobody problem. The coefficients of the expansion
yield a homogeneous linear matrix equation. Equating the determinant of this
equation to zero, we find the eigenvalues of the original problem and the
coefficients of the expansion. Since the elements of the matrix of algebraic
equations with solutions of the twobody problem are calculated
analytically, the eigenvalues of the threebody problem depend explicitly on
the parameters of the potentials. Changing these parameters in an arbitrary
way, we can obtain the desired spectra, i.e., one can control the eigenvalues
of the original problem.

P320198 (239.209)
Rzyanin M. V., Shabalin E. P.
On the Issue of Stability and Safety of the Superbooster «Neptun»
Highly intense pulsed neutron source which should replace the pulsed reactor
IBR2M currently in operation after its wearout, can be made as
superbooster, that is a powerful breeder of neutrons produced in
accelerating proton target. Usually, superbooster is considered to be a safe
and reliable nuclear facility. However, as indicated in the paper, powerful
superbooster can be less stable in operation than pulsed reactor. Therefore,
problems of its safety call for close study.

E920194 (170.120)
Sumbaev A. P., Barnyakov A. Yu., Levichev A. E.
On the Limits for the Accelerated Beam Current
in the LUE200 Linac of the IREN Fañility
The beam current loading of the accelerating fields is discussed for the
linear accelerator LUE200 of the IREN facility (a neutron source at the Frank
Laboratory of Neutron Physics, JINR). The LUE200 electron linac consists of
two disk loaded traveling wave accelerating structures with the operating
frequency of 2856 MHz and SLEDtype power compression system. The limits for
the accelerated beam current are defined for different pulse durations of
the beam current and RF power. The calculated results are discussed and
compared with the measurements.

E920192 (585.768)
Karamyshev O. et al.
Conceptual Design of the SC230 Superconducting Cyclotron for Proton Therapy
Physical design of the compact superconducting cyclotron SC230 has been
performed. The cyclotron will deliver up to 230 MeV beam for proton
therapy and medicobiological research. We have performed simulations of
magnetic and accelerating systems of the SC230 cyclotron and specified the
main parameters of the accelerator. Possible schema of the extraction system
and preliminary results of beam dynamics simulations are presented. Codes
and methods used for the beam tracking are shortly described.



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