Accession Number : ADA995363
Title : Operation TUMBLER SNAPPER. Report to the Test Director. Test of Scintillator Optical-Path Technique,
Corporate Author : NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC
Personal Author(s) : Krause,E. H.
Report Date : 01 SEP 1985
Pagination or Media Count : 85
Abstract : Experiments were conducted to determine the feasibility of a technique employing scintillators near the device in conjunction with remote photosensitive detectors for measurements of reaction history to be conducted on Mike Shot of Operation Ivy, and to determine the maximum gamma-ray intensity and total dosage at which scintillators could be employed. The principal objectives of these tests were to:; (1) determine the maximum gamma-ray intensity and total dosage at which scintillators could be employed; and (2) determine the feasibility of and obtain field experience in the employment of a scintillator-remote photosensitive detector technique with the optical-path problems involved. This included the test of new types of equipment proposed for use on IVy.
Descriptors : *NUCLEAR EXPLOSION TESTING, SCINTILLATION, OPTICAL DETECTORS, GAMMA RAYS, INTENSITY, MEASUREMENT, REMOTE DETECTORS, PHOTOSENSITIVITY, FEASIBILITY STUDIES
Subject Categories : Optics
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE