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Continuous High-Altitude Measurements of Cosmic Ray Neutrons and SEU/MCU at Various Locations: Correlation and Analyses Based-On MUSCA SEP ^{3}

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13 Author(s)
G. Hubert ; The French Aerospace Lab (ONERA), Toulouse, France ; R. Velazco ; C. Federico ; A. Cheminet
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In this paper are described measurements at high-altitude of both radiation environment and effects. These measurements comprise cosmic ray neutrons and SBU/MCU on nanoscales devices. Results obtained at Pic-du-Midi, France, and in the city of Puno, Peru, are presented and analyzed. Analyses and cross comparisons based-on MUSCA SEP3 calculations show a good agreement between experimental data and modeling, thus illustrating the importance of the knowledge of the radiation field for a reliable prediction.

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IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science  (Volume:60 ,  Issue: 4 )