ANTECH Model N1003 Neutron Time Correlation Analyser.
Pe91 B. Pedersen, W. Hage, J. A. Mason, “Neutron Multiple Correlation Analysis Method Applied to the Assay of Radioactive Waste”, Proceedings of the 13th Annual Symposium on Safeguards and Nuclear Material Management, Avignon, France, May 1991.
Ha93a W. Hage, B. Pedersen, V. Vocino and J. A. Mason, “Development State of the Triple Neutron Correlation Technique by the FactMorial Moment Method at JRC Ispra”, Proceedings of the International Workshop on Passive Neutron Coincidence Counting, JRC Ispra, Perla Laboratory, April 1993.
Ha93b W. Hage, B. Pedersen, L. Bondár, M. Swinhoe and F. W. Ledebrink, “Triple Neutron Correlation for MOX Waste Assay”, Proceedings of the ANS Annual Meeting & ANS Tropical Meeting on National Critical Technologies – Advanced Technology Applications, San Diego, California, June 1993.
Ma93a J. A. Mason, L. Bondar, W. Hage, B. Pedersen, M. Swinhoe and E. W. Ledebrink, “The Assay of Pu by Neutron Multiplicity Counting Using Period and Signal Trigger Methods”, Proceedings of INMM93, Scottsdale, Arizona, July 1993.
Ma93b J. A. Mason, L. Bondar, W. Hage and B. H. Pedersen, “The Advantages of Neutron Multiple Correction Analysis”, Proceedings of the 15th ESARDA Symposium on Safeguards and Nuclear Materials Management, Rome, Italy, May 1993.
Ma97a J. A. Mason, W. Hage, J. G. Fleissner and B. H. Pedersen, “Assay of Plutonium by Neutron Multiplicity Counting using the Neutron Time Correlation Analyser”, Proceedings of INMM97, Phoenix, Arizona, July 1997.