The Compact Environmental Anomaly Sensor Risk Reduction (CEASE-RR): a Pathfinder for Operational Energetic Charged Particle Sensors C. D. Lindstrom, J. O. Ballenthin, D. A. Barton, J. M. Coombs, J. Ignazio, W. R. Johnston, S. Kratochvil, S. Quigley, P. Roddy, R. S. Selesnick, A. Wheelock, Air Force Research Labratory; J. Aarestad, J. Love, A. Vera, IDEAS Engineering & Technology, LLC; D. McIntire, Applied Technology Associates Corporation; M. Sibley, Sandia National Labratory; S. Wu, NASA Ames Research Center
CEASE RR is a new compact sensor designed for rapid anomaly attribution due to the space radiation environment. The sensor design, calibration, and planned flight experiment to geosynchronous orbit are reviewed.
The Solar Accumulated and Peak Proton and Heavy Ion Radiation Environment (SAPPHIRE) Model P. Jiggens, ESA; D. Heynderickx, DH Consultancy; P. Truscott, Kallisto Consultancy; I. Sandberg, SPARC; A. Varotsou, TRAD Tests and Radiations; F. Lei, RadMod Research; R. Vainio, O. Raukunen, University of Turku
A new probabilistic model aiming to cover all aspects of the SEP environment required for mission specifications is presented; the Solar Accumulated and Peak Proton and Heavy Ion Radiation Environment (SAPPHIRE) model.
LHC and HL-LHC: Present and Future Radiation Environment in the High-Luminosity Collision Points and RHA Implications R. Garcia Alia, M. Brugger, F. Cerutti, S. Danzeca, A. Ferrari, S. Gilardoni, C. Martinella, O. Stein, A. Tsiganis, Y. Kadi, CERN
Present measurements of the radiation levels in the LHC high-luminosity collision points are used in combination with FLUKA simulations to estimate the radiation levels for the future HL-LHC upgrade.
POSTER SESSION Chair: Marta Bagatin, DEI - University of Padova
Incorporating Radiation Effects into AE9/AP9 T. P. O'brien, The Aerospace Corporation
This paper describes a framework for incorporating radiation effects into the statistical machinery of the AE9/AP9 radiation climatology model software via "kernel" files. Users can provide their own kernels without modification of the software.
Changes in AE9/AP9/IRENE Version 1.5 T. P. O'brien, T. B. Guild, The Aerospace Corporation; W. R. Johnston, Y.-J. Su, Air Force Research Lab; S. L. Huston, C. Roth, Atmospheric and Environmental Research
This paper describes version 1.5 of the AE9/AP9 family of space radiation climatology models. The most significant change is inclusion of new data sets that change the flux maps.