This proceedings volume is a collection of papers dealing with the applications of spallation neutron sources to pure science, applied science and defense programs. The topics, ranging from accelerator technology to applications in materials science and neutrino physics, are covered by experts in their respective fields.
Tritium production in the national defence, V.H. Reis; status of the accelerator production of tritium project, J.C. Browne et al; a national spallation neutron source for neutron scattering, B.R. Appleton; neutron science opportunities at pulsed spallation neutron sources, J.M. Carpenter; USC symposium on accelerator and spallation sources - Savannah River perspective, J.G. Angelos; spallation neutron source target station issues, T.A. Gabriel et al; neutrino physics at spallation neutron sources, B. Zeitnitz; BNL-AGS complex as a spallation target test-bed, H. Ludewig et al; cumulative and independent fission product yield measurements, W.A. Schier et al; note on the development, bench marking and validation of the APT neutron engineering code, T.E. Ward et al. (Part contents).