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Characterization of One-Dimensional Fiber-Optic Scintillating Detectors for Electron-Beam Therapy Dosimetry

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12 Author(s)
Bongsoo Lee ; Sch. of Biomed. Eng., Konkuk Univ., Chungju ; Kyoung Won Jang ; Hyosung Cho ; Wook Jae Yoo
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In this study, a one-dimensional fiber-optic scintillating detector was developed for electron-beam therapy dosimetry. Each fiber-optic detector contains an organic scintillator as a sensitive volume and it is embedded and arrayed in a plastic phantom to measure one-dimensional high-energy electron-beam profiles of clinical linear accelerators. Plastic optical fibers guide the scintillating light which each detector probe generates to a photodiode array. The one-dimensional electron-beam profiles in the plastic phantom were measured in two different field sizes and for two electron-beam energies. Also, isodose and two-dimensional dose distributions in the plastic phantom were obtained using the one-dimensional scintillating detector array with two different electron beam energies.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:55 ,  Issue: 5 )