Armenian applied projects




Vibrating Wire Based Measuring and Control Systems


Advantages: high noise resistance (output signal is frequency), high accuracy (relative accuracy up to 10-6).



Working prototypes:

wide range tension gauges (up to 25 N),

systems for magnetic fields gradients and magnetic properties

measuring,

gas flow meters,

nondestructive beam profile scanners (charged particles,

electromagnetic radiation, gas streams),

10 nm resolution shift sensors in 0.5 mm full range.


Contact person:

Dr. Suren Arutunian ,

Yerevan Physics Institute,

Alikhanian Br. Str. 2,

375036, Yerevan, Armenia

tel./fax: (3741)350114


e-mail: femto@uniphi.yerphi.am







New Polystyrene Scintillator for Detectors of Thermal Neutrons.


Advantages:

Higher radiation stability ( about 2 Mrad);

System includes Boron-containing component and one

Luminophor with a large stokes shifter;

System has the wavelength of maximum emission of

535-550 nm.



One can produce new materials on the basis of polystyrene

Films;

Plates;

Blocks;

Cylinder;


With thickness from 5 mm to 10 cm


Contact person:

Dr. Vasak Gavalyan ,

Yerevan Physics Institute,

Alikhanian Br. Str. 2,

375036, Yerevan, Armenia


e-mail: vasak@star.yerphi.am







A SYSTEM FOR CONCENTRATED LIQUID RADIOACTIVE WASTES TREATMENT



Doctor of Chemical Sciences: Gagik Martoyan, AMROTS

Professor Nina Demekhina, Yerevan Physics Institute

Candidate of Phys. Math. Sciences: Saak Intsheyan, AMROTS



Web: http://www.nature.am/AMROTS/Title.htm




The principal participants of the project had a meeting with Dr. R. Burcl in March 2001 .

Dr. R. Burcl appreciated deeply this project.


Dr. R. Burcl

International Atomic Energy Agency

Waste Technology Section

Division of Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Waste Technology




Note for all projects above:


Interested Norwegian partners can contact the projectleaders with addresses given above, and with


Prof. Nerses S. Ananikyan

Yerevan Physics Institute

Alikhanian Br. Str. 2,

375036, Yerevan, Armenia


ananik@moon.yerphi.am

or

ananikia@uniphi.yerphi.am


http://www.yerphi.am/