Decommissioning and dismantling operations are a major issue for the nuclear industry. They are characterized by a wide diversity of radioactivity measurement conditions (very broad range of surface activities, large areas to characterize, roughness of the walls, interference of the radiations to be measured). The CAPSUD project aims to address these issues through the development and characterization of an innovative measurement system: a wide area deformable and pixelated sensor. The performance of this prototype will be evaluated using a modular test surface (1 m²), characterized metrologically. The main objective of the post-doc is the realization of this reference test surface whose modularity also aims to mimic the actual conditions of measurement of dismantling sites. Several strategies are considered in order to find solutions adapted to each radiation constraint (spinking, electrodeposition, functionalization).
Laboratoire de Métrologie de l'Activité
CEA/SaclayBâtiment 602 PC 111Laboratoire National Henri BecquerelLaboratoire de Métrologie de l'Activité91191 Gif-sur-Yvette Cedex
Phone number: 01 69 08 39 51
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