Tien Shan modernized EAS installation:
the new shower system, neutron detectors, underground system, and ionization calorimeter
Reports held at the 26th Extended European Cosmic Ray Symposium E+CRS 2018
Low energy neutrons and gamma ray accompaniment
of the E0=1015-1017eV EAS
Modern results on the underground neutron events at Tien Shan
EAS installation in the year 2017
The scintillation shower system in the year 2015
The compact microcontroller based data aquisition system
presentation-1 ( 2M
; 22Sep2016) (use in thunderstorm experiments);
presentation-2 ( 4M
; 22Mar2017) (use for the cosmic ray intensity measurement at the neutron monitor)
The THUNDERSTORM experiment
Detection of the lightning radiation in various wave ranges of electromagnetic spectrum
on the search for neutron radiation component
emitted at the time of lightning discharges in the years 2010-2016.
Underground neutron measurements
Results of the year 2018 on underground neutron events at Tien Shan
The spectra of neutron multiplicity in the Underground neutron monitor taken simultaneously with extensive air shower events in the years 2015-2018.
The spectra of neutron multiplicity in UPPER and
LOWER units of the Underground neutron monitor at Tien-Shan station in the years 2007-2018
The UPPER and LOWER spectra of neutron multiplicities in Underground neutron monitor
splitted between succeeding 1 year long observation periods
The neutron multiplicity spectra of the events in Underground neutron monitor
of Tien-Shan station
The neutron multiplicity spectra in integral form
Multiplicity correlations between the UPPER (A) and LOWER (B) units of the Underground neutron monitor
The neutron multiplicity spectra taken with iron absorber between the upper and lower monitor units
The neutron multiplicity spectra of the UPPER underground monitor unit (A) beneath a set of different absorbers.
Timedistribution of neutron intensity in the Underground monitor
Time distribution of underground neutrons measured in the years 2005-2007
Background of thermal neutrons
The neutron multiplicity spectra of the THERMAL neutron background in underground room.
Time distribution of neutron intensity in the Underground monitor together with distribution of thermal neutron background
The average time distribution of THERMAL neutrons.
The neutron measurements at Tien-Shan station in the years 2005-2010
The spectra of neutron multiplicity in the events inside the B and D units of the Tien-Shan NM64 neutron supermonitor
Neutron multiplicity correlations
between the B and D monitor units.
The neutron multiplicity spectra in the unit E
Time distribution of neutron intensity in the Tien-Shan NM64 neutron supermonitor (3340 m above the sea level)
Time distribution of signals from the boron and helium counters in monitor unit D.
Time distribution of neutron signal in monitor unit D in the high-multiplicity individual events
Time distribution of neutron signal in the events of monitor unit E.
The measurements with neutron-sensitive scintillation detectors (orthocarboran)
Time distribution of the signals from orthocarboran scintillators at Tien-Shan
The multiplicity spectra of the orthocarboran scintillations
The pulse multiplicity correlations between the gas and scintillation neutron detectors
The pulse multiplicity correlations between scintilaltion detectors of the neutron and gamma type
dependence of the pulse intensity relations between the gas and scintillation type neutron counters
The measurements at the lower neutron monitor sites
Height 1750 m above the sea level
The neutron multiplicity spectrum measured at the Intermediate station (1750 m a.s.l.)
Time distribution of neutron intensity at Intermediate station
Height 850 m above the sea level
The neutron multiplicity spectrum at KazNU installation (850 m a.s.l.)
Time distribution of neutron intensity in the NM64 supermonitor of KazNU.
Correlation between neutron multiplicities measured with a low and high amplitude thresholds at the Intermediate station and in KazNU
The GEANT4 neutron monitor simulations
NM64: the plot of mean neutron multiplicity vs primary hadron energy
NM64: the average temporal distribution of the intensity of neutron signal from a single primary hadron.
Temporal distribution of neutron intensity from a hit of a shower core.