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Title: Recent upgrades to ANSTO’s thermal triple axis spectrometer ‘TAIPAN’
Authors: Rule, KC
Olsen, SR
Danilkin, SA
Darmann, F
Oste, T
Bartlett, D
Kafes, T
Mcgregor, A
Stampfl, APJ
Ersez, T
Orgrin, A
Keywords: ANSTO
Measuring instruments
Issue Date: 29-Nov-2016
Publisher: Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering
Citation: Rule, K., Olsen, S., Danilkin, S., Darmann, F., Oste, T., Bartlett, D., Kafes, T., Mcgregor, A., Stampfl, A., Ersez, T., & Orgrin, A. (2016). Recent upgrades to ANSTO’s thermal triple axis spectrometer ‘TAIPAN’. Paper presented at 13th AINSE-ANBUG Neutron Scattering Symposium, Sydney, NSW, Australia, 29-30 November 2016.
Abstract: The thermal triple axis spectrometer, TAIPAN, has been operational since 2010 and employs a graphite monochromator to access neutron energy transfers up to 80meV. A recent string of projects have greatly increased the capabilities of this instrument. Initially the wall shared with the cold TAS, SIKA, was modified to allow access to larger regions of Q-Energy space for TAIPAN. A more recent upgrade project has involved developing a new sapphire filter translation stage mechanism and a new Cu-200 double-focussing monochromators. The copper monochromator has been installed back to back with the previous highly ordered PG-monochromator and extends the accessible energy range of the neutrons from 70meV to 180meV.
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