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Effect of gamma irradiation on properties of borate glass materials
Author(s): Hongjie Liu; Xiangfu Meng; Fang Wang; Tianran Zheng; Qiang Yuan; Jianmin Shi; Dongxia Hu; Xiaodong Yuan; Qihua Zhu
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Paper Abstract

The final optics of high-power laser facility are exposed to long-period, high-dose gamma irradiation. Being closest to the target, Borate glass is most affected by the irradiation. Therefore, it is very meaningful to study the effects of gamma irradiation on the optical performance and structural properties of borate glass materials. In this paper, the Co-60 source is used as the irradiation source. The borate glass material made in China is irradiated by different doses of gamma ray. The optical performance test and structural properties test are carried out. The results show that gamma ray irradiation has a great influence on the spectral transmittance and surface structure of borate glass. The research results have some guiding significance for the engineering application of borate materials.

Paper Details

Date Published: 31 January 2020
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 11427, Second Target Recognition and Artificial Intelligence Summit Forum, 114273L (31 January 2020); doi: 10.1117/12.2553040
Show Author Affiliations
Hongjie Liu, China Academy of Engineering Physics (China)
Xiangfu Meng, China Academy of Engineering Physics (China)
Fang Wang, China Academy of Engineering Physics (China)
Tianran Zheng, China Academy of Engineering Physics (China)
Qiang Yuan, China Academy of Engineering Physics (China)
Jianmin Shi, China Academy of Engineering Physics (China)
Dongxia Hu, China Academy of Engineering Physics (China)
Xiaodong Yuan, China Academy of Engineering Physics (China)
Qihua Zhu, China Academy of Engineering Physics (China)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 11427:
Second Target Recognition and Artificial Intelligence Summit Forum
Tianran Wang; Tianyou Chai; Huitao Fan; Qifeng Yu, Editor(s)

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