Physical design and Monte Carlo simulations of a space radiation detector onboard the SJ-10 satellite

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LIU Ya-Qing, WANG Huan-Yu, CUI Xing-Zhu, PENG Wen-Xi, FAN Rui-Rui, LIANG Xiao-Hua, GAO Ming, ZHANG Yun-Long, ZHANG Cheng-Mo, ZHANG Jia-Yu, YANG Jia-Wei, WANG Jin-Zhou, ZHANG Fei, DONG Yi-Fan, GUO Dong-Ya and ZHOU Da-Wei. Physical design and Monte Carlo simulations of a space radiation detector onboard the SJ-10 satellite[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2015, 39(1): 016002. doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/39/1/016002
LIU Ya-Qing, WANG Huan-Yu, CUI Xing-Zhu, PENG Wen-Xi, FAN Rui-Rui, LIANG Xiao-Hua, GAO Ming, ZHANG Yun-Long, ZHANG Cheng-Mo, ZHANG Jia-Yu, YANG Jia-Wei, WANG Jin-Zhou, ZHANG Fei, DONG Yi-Fan, GUO Dong-Ya and ZHOU Da-Wei. Physical design and Monte Carlo simulations of a space radiation detector onboard the SJ-10 satellite[J]. Chinese Physics C, 2015, 39(1): 016002.  doi: 10.1088/1674-1137/39/1/016002 shu
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Physical design and Monte Carlo simulations of a space radiation detector onboard the SJ-10 satellite

    Corresponding author: WANG Huan-Yu,

Abstract: A radiation gene box (RGB) onboard the SJ-10 satellite is a device carrying mice and drosophila cells to determine the biological effects of space radiation environment. The shielded fluxes of different radioactive sources were calculated and the linear energy transfers of γ-rays, electrons, protons and α-particles in the tissue were acquired using A-150 tissue-equivalent plastic. Then, a conceptual model of a space radiation instrument employing three semiconductor sub-detectors for deriving the charged and uncharged radiation environment of the RGB was designed. The energy depositions in the three sub-detectors were classified into 15 channels (bins) in an algorithm derived from the Monte Carlo method. The physical feasibility of the conceptual instrument was also verified by Monte Carlo simulations.

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