Shinohara Press Service Co., Nohara and High Energy Accelerator Research Organization | Date: 2014-12-10
End-group components for superconducting accelerator cavity used in acceleration of charged particles are manufactured by subjecting pure niobium sheet materials to press forming composed mainly of flat-bottomed cylindrical drawing, preferably by simultaneously conducting control of slide velocity and / or its motion and control of tool die temperature and / or its distribution / gradient in the above press forming, further preferably by dynamically controlling blank holding force in accordance with the variation of flange area, flange thickness and deformed characteristics of niobium sheet materials during the press forming, more preferably by preparing an anisotropically shaped blank instead of a circular blank by use of servo press forming machine, servo-die cushion temperature control equipment, water-soluble solid coating type lubricant, and a tooling die.
Oishi-Tomiyasu R.,High Energy Accelerator Research Organization
Journal of Applied Crystallography | Year: 2014
A new powder auto-indexing method for the CONOGRAPH software [Oishi-Tomiyasu (2013). Acta Cryst. A69, 603-610] can carry out exhaustive powder auto-indexing in a short time, even if the q values of many peaks are used, with sufficient consideration given to their observational errors. This article explains that the use of many q values is essential to make powder auto-indexing robust against dominant zones and missing or false peaks in the input. Results from CONOGRAPH for 25 real diffraction patterns, including difficult cases, are presented. Owing to a sorting criterion for zones defined in the previous article, the computation times were reduced by a factor of between 18 and 250, and exhaustive powder auto-indexing was completed in 5 min at most. © 2014.
Hashimoto M.,High Energy Accelerator Research Organization
Physical Review D - Particles, Fields, Gravitation and Cosmology | Year: 2010
We reanalyze constraints on the mass spectrum of the chiral fourth generation fermions and the Higgs bosons for the standard model (SM4) and the two Higgs doublet model. We find that the Higgs mass in the SM4 should be larger than roughly the fourth generation up-type quark mass, while the light CP even Higgs mass in the two Higgs doublet model can be smaller. Various mass spectra of the fourth generation fermions and the Higgs bosons are allowed. The phenomenology of the fourth generation models is still rich. © 2010 The American Physical Society.
Komatsubara T.K.,High Energy Accelerator Research Organization
Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics | Year: 2012
Recent results and future prospects of particle physics experiments with neutral and charged K-meson (kaon) decays are reviewed. Topics include CP violation, rare decays, leptons in kaon decays, tests of CPT and quantum mechanics, radiative decays, hadrons in kaon decays, basic observables, Vus and CKM unitarity, and exotic searches. Experimental techniques developed for the kaon decay experiments are discussed. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
High Energy Accelerator Research Organization | Date: 2015-10-21
It is an object of the present invention to provide a method and an apparatus for measuring a scattering intensity distribution capable of measuring a scattering intensity distribution in a reciprocal space in a short time. The method or apparatus for measuring a scattering intensity distribution causes X-rays emitted from an X-ray source (101) to be reflected by an X-ray optical element (102) so as to converge in the vicinity of a surface of a sample (SA), causes monochromatic X-rays condensed after passing through a plurality of optical paths to be incident on the sample at glancing angles () that differ depending on the respective optical paths at a time in a state in which there is a correlation between an angle formed by each optical path of the monochromatic X-rays and a reference plane, and an angle formed by each optical path and a plane including the normal of the reference plane and an optical path located in the center of the respective optical paths, detects scattering intensities of the monochromatic X-rays scattered by the sample using a two-dimensional detector (103) and calculates a scattering intensity distribution in the reciprocal space based on the scattering intensity distribution detected by the two-dimensional detector and the correlation.
Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha and High Energy Accelerator Research Organization | Date: 2014-09-25
The object of the present invention is to provide a method, system and apparatus that are capable of measuring magnetic characteristic of crystal grains composing magnetic polycrystalline materials in the magnetic field or nonmagnetic field by X-ray magnetic circular dichroism. In particular, the present invention is capable of measuring the magnetic characteristic of comparatively very thick materials.
High Energy Accelerator Research Organization | Date: 2015-06-26
A method for synthesizing a radioactive technetium-99m-containing substance and a synthesizing device are provided. The method for synthesizing a radioactive technetium-99m-containing substance has a step for generating negative muons and a step for irradiating the negative muons onto a ruthenium sample. The ruthenium material preferably includes a metallic ruthenium and/or a ruthenium compound. Also, the ruthenium sample preferably has a plurality of superimposed ruthenium thin plates having a thickness of 4 mm or less.
Toyota Jidosha Kabushiki Kaisha and High Energy Accelerator Research Organization | Date: 2015-04-01
The object of the present invention is to provide a method, system and apparatus that are capable of measuring magnetic characteristic of crystal grains composing magnetic polycrystalline materials in the magnetic field or nonmagnetic field by X-ray magnetic circular dichroism. In particular, the present invention is capable of measuring the magnetic characteristic of comparatively very thick materials having a thickness in the range from 50 to 1000 nm and prepared by fabricating microtome sections using focused ion beam etching.
High Energy Accelerator Research Organization | Date: 2014-02-12
An apparatus for achieving a cryogenic temperature in a movable system, includes a rotating table, a vacuum chamber which is fixed on the rotating table, a cryogen-free refrigerator which has a cooling section inside the vacuum chamber, an inner cylinder which is fixed to a bottom of the rotating table, an outer cylinder which stores the inner cylinder such that the inner cylinder is rotatable and includes an outward and return gas port which is provided to be continuous with gas passages, a compressor which circulates gas to the cryogen-free refrigerator through the outward and return gas passages, and a rotary joint for wiring which is fixed to the inner cylinder and rotatably conducts electricity, wherein a piece of internal wiring is led through a through-hole and a hole, and electricity is supplied to a piece of equipment on the rotating table through the piece of internal wiring.
High Energy Accelerator Research Organization | Date: 2016-04-13
[Problem to be Solved] The present invention provides a radio wave measurement device enabling highly sensitive measurements of radio waves at an extremely low temperature. [Solution] The radio wave measurement device has a radiation-blocking filter through which a targeted radio wave is transmitted, a radio wave-transparent material to reflect a non-targeted electromagnetic wave included in radio waves, and a radio wave detector which are placed in a vacuum vessel, in which the radio waves are transmitted through the radiation-blocking filter, the non-targeted electromagnetic wave included in the radio waves is reflected toward the radiation-blocking filter by the radio wave-transparent material and collected as heat into the radiation-blocking filter, and the heat is exhausted out of the system, allowing the radio waves transmitted through the radio wave-transparent material to be measured with high sensitivity by the radio wave detector.