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What colors could be seen around nuclear reactors if the water were replaced with other fluids? Presentation of undergraduate thesis method and results.

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Deep Blue

  1. 1. {{ Deep BlueDeep Blue Examining Cerenkov Radiation through Non-Examining Cerenkov Radiation through Non- Traditional MediaTraditional Media
  2. 2. Fundamental Question: What different colors could be seen around Reactors if the pool fluid were changed?
  3. 3. {{ Speed ThresholdSpeed Threshold
  4. 4. {{ Emitted at a ConeEmitted at a Cone
  5. 5. {{Frank-Tamm EquationFrank-Tamm Equation Cerenkov RadiationCerenkov Radiation
  6. 6. Field Oscillator ApproachField Oscillator Approach
  7. 7. Shutdown At power
  8. 8. Blackbody Curve Measured Spectrum Efficiency Curve
  9. 9. {{ Spectral AnalysisSpectral Analysis FromFrom Start to FinishStart to Finish
  10. 10. CinnamaldahydeWater Corn Oil
  11. 11. XYZ Color Matching FunctionsXYZ Color Matching Functions
  12. 12. XYZ Color Matching FunctionsXYZ Color Matching Functions Z X Y
  13. 13. {{ xyxy Color SpaceColor Space
  14. 14. XYZ -> RGBXYZ -> RGB
  15. 15. CinnamaldehydeWater Corn Oil
  16. 16. PredictionsPredictions
  17. 17. {{ Refractive IndexRefractive Index
  18. 18. AbsorptionAbsorption  Top two rows: WaterTop two rows: Water  Bottom two rows: Corn OilBottom two rows: Corn Oil
  19. 19. Obtained resultsObtained results
  20. 20. {{ WaterWater Perceived Hues ofPerceived Hues of Measured SpectraMeasured Spectra
  21. 21. {{ CinnamaldehydeCinnamaldehyde Perceived Hues ofPerceived Hues of Measured SpectraMeasured Spectra WaterCinnamaldehyde
  22. 22. Perceived BrightnessPerceived Brightness Cinnamaldehyde Water
  23. 23. {{ OilOil Perceived Hues ofPerceived Hues of Measured SpectraMeasured Spectra
  24. 24. Calculating Hue-AngleCalculating Hue-Angle
  25. 25. Cerenkov RadiationCerenkov Radiation
  26. 26. Cerenkov RadiationCerenkov Radiation
  27. 27. Fundamental Question: What different colors could be seen around Reactors if the pool fluid were changed? Answer: Cerenkov Spectra are always blue. Could make it much brighter. Absorption can drastically change the color.

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