Article 1139

Title of the article

RADIATION STIMULATED CURRENT SOURCE ON PIN-STRUCTURES SIMULATION

Authors

Nagornov Yury Sergeevich, Candidate of physico-mathematical sciences, associate professor, sub-department of physical methods in applied research, Ulyanovsk State University, imfit@ulsu.ru
Pchelintseva Ekaterina Sergeevna, Post graduate student, Ulyanovsk State University, 4udo06@list.ru
Kostishko Boris Mikhaylovich, Doctor of physico-mathematical sciences, professor, head of sub-department of physical methods in applied research, Rector of Ulyanovsk State University, rector@ulsu.ru
Kornilov Dmitry Alexandrovich, Candidate of physico-mathematical sciences, associate professor, sub-department of physics, Ulyanovsk State University (affiliated branch in Dimitrovgrad), kda75@mail.ru
Radchenko Vyacheslav Mikhaylovich, Doctor of chemical sciences, chief research officer, director of the laboratory at the public corporation "Federal State Unitary Facility – State Scientific Center – Research Institute of Nuclear Reactors" (Dimitrovgrad), ryabinin@niiar.ru
Risovany Vladimir Dmitrievich, Doctor of engineering sciences, professor, director of the multiuser center, deputy director general of the public corporation "Federal State Unitary Facility – State Scientific Center – Research Institute of Nuclear Reactors" (Dimitrovgrad), rvd@niiar.ru

Index UDK

537.533.9

Abstract

The simulation and research of current generation under electron irradiation in energy range 5–40 keV based on pin diodes have been implemented in the present work. The model of the cell taking into account electron-hole pair generation by means of Si atoms ionization under electron irradiation, electron diffusion in spatial charge region, drift of charge carriers under electric field in spatial charge region, and recombination has been developed. The comparison of experimental data and calculations confirms the model reliability for average energy of electron irradiation. Besides, the measurements of voltage-current characteristic of pin-diodes under influence of beta-source based on Ni-63 (with activity range 20–40mKi) have been performed.

Key words

current generation, radiation induced processes, electron beam irradiation, beta-source.

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