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SEPAGE: a proton-ion-electron spectrometer for LMJ-PETAL
Author(s): Isabelle Lantuéjoul; Benjamin Vauzour; Alain Duval; Ludovic Lecherbourg; Bruno Marchet; Charles Reverdin; Bertrand Rossé; Christophe Rousseaux; Jean-Christian Toussaint; Antoine Chancé; Didier Dubreuil; Bernard Gastineau; Jean-Christophe Guillard; Francis Harrault; Didier Leboeuf; Xavier Leboeuf; Denis Loiseau; Ange Lotode; Chon Pès; Guillaume Boutoux; Tony Caillaud; François Granet; Pierre Prunet; Tiberio Ceccotti; Julien Fuchs; Dimitri Batani; Jean-Eric Ducret; Sébastien Hulin; Katarzyna Jakubowska; Nesrine Rabhi; Didier Raffestin; Laurent Sérani
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Paper Abstract

The SEPAGE spectrometer (Spectromètre Electrons Protons A Grandes Energies) was realized within the PETAL+ project funded by the French ANR (French National Agency for Research). This plasma diagnostic, installed on the LMJ-PETAL laser facility, is dedicated to the measurement of charged particle energy spectra generated by experiments using PETAL (PETawatt Aquitaine Laser). SEPAGE is inserted inside the 10-meter diameter LMJ experimental chamber with a SID (Diagnostic Insertion System) in order to be close enough to the target. It is composed of two Thomson Parabola measuring ion spectra and more particularly proton spectra ranging from 0.1 to 20 MeV and from 8 to 200 MeV for the low and high energy channels respectively. The electron spectrum is also measured with an energy range between 0.1 and 150 MeV. The front part of the diagnostic carries a film stack that can be placed as close as 100 mm from the target center chamber. This stack allows a spatial and spectral characterization of the entire proton beam. It can also be used to realize proton radiographies.

Paper Details

Date Published: 11 September 2018
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 10763, Radiation Detectors in Medicine, Industry, and National Security XIX, 107630X (11 September 2018); doi: 10.1117/12.2504146
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Isabelle Lantuéjoul, CEA, DAM, DIF (France)
Benjamin Vauzour, CEA, DAM, DIF (France)
Alain Duval, CEA, DAM, DIF (France)
Ludovic Lecherbourg, CEA, DAM, DIF (France)
Bruno Marchet, CEA, DAM, DIF (France)
Charles Reverdin, CEA, DAM, DIF (France)
Bertrand Rossé, CEA, DAM, DIF (France)
Christophe Rousseaux, CEA, DAM, DIF (France)
Jean-Christian Toussaint, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
Antoine Chancé, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
Didier Dubreuil, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
Bernard Gastineau, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
Jean-Christophe Guillard, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
Francis Harrault, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
Didier Leboeuf, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
Xavier Leboeuf, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
Denis Loiseau, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
Ange Lotode, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
Chon Pès, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
Guillaume Boutoux, CEA, DAM, CESTA (France)
Tony Caillaud, CEA, DAM, CESTA (France)
François Granet, CEA, DAM, CESTA (France)
Pierre Prunet, CEA, DAM, CESTA (France)
Tiberio Ceccotti, CEA, DRF, IRAMIS (France)
Julien Fuchs, LULI, École Polytechnique, CNRS, CEA (France)
Dimitri Batani, CELIA, Univ. Bordeaux I, CNRS, CEA (France)
Jean-Eric Ducret, CEA, DRF, IRFU (France)
CELIA, Univ. Bordeaux I, CNRS, CEA (France)
Sébastien Hulin, CEA, DAM, CESTA (France)
CELIA, Univ. Bordeaux I, CNRS, CEA (France)
Katarzyna Jakubowska, CELIA, Univ. Bordeaux I, CNRS, CEA (France)
Nesrine Rabhi, CELIA, Univ. Bordeaux I, CNRS, CEA (France)
Didier Raffestin, CELIA, Univ. Bordeaux I, CNRS, CEA (France)
Laurent Sérani, CENBG, Univ. de Bordeaux, CNRS, IN2P3 (France)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 10763:
Radiation Detectors in Medicine, Industry, and National Security XIX
Gary P. Grim; Lars R. Furenlid; H. Bradford Barber; Jeffrey A. Koch, Editor(s)

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