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Feasibility of Fibered Monitoring System for Pulsed Dose-Rate Facilities Based on Radioluminescence of SrS:Ce,Sm Phosphor

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The possibility to monitor pulsed dose-rate facilities by means of real-time fibered dosimetry is investigated. A system based on the luminescence of the SrS:Ce,Sm is used to monitor pulses from a medical accelerator with four different dose-rates. The RL signal is characterized using a dedicated acquisition system. The RL recorded is linear with dose-rate and dose. The stem effect due to both Cerenkov emission and photoluminescence in the fiber was also investigated with 18 MV photons and 12 MeV electrons.

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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  (Volume:55 ,  Issue: 6 )