integrated neutron flux

integrated neutron flux

[′in·tə‚grād·əd ′nü‚trän ‚fləks]
(nucleonics)
A measure of radiation exposure, equal to the product of the number of free neutrons per unit volume, the average speed of neutrons, and the exposure time.
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These LVDTs withstand total integrated neutron flux levels of up to 3 x 1020 NVT and total integrated radiation levels of up to 1011 RADs or 109 Gy (gray).
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