Boron-10 Concentration: 50%

Gadolinium-157 Concentration: 50%

Lithium-6 Concentration: 50%

Neutron Flux: 1e14 n/cm²/s

Neutron Cross Section: 500 barns

Material Density: 10 g/cm³

Neutron Capture Rate: 0

Material Integrity: 100%

Photon Energy: 5 eV

Quantum Dot Bandgap: 1.5 eV

Core Temperature: 1000 K

Total Energy Absorbed: 0 J

Absorption Efficiency: 0 %

This project simulates two advanced energy conversion processes:

**Neutron Capture Efficiency:**Simulates how different materials absorb neutrons in energy systems.**Photon Absorption in Quantum Dots:**Models how photon energy is absorbed by quantum dots and converted into usable energy.

**Chart.js:**Used for plotting graphs that visualize simulation data.**Bootstrap:**Ensures responsive and user-friendly design.

**Neutron Flux:**The number of neutrons passing through the material per second.**Neutron Cross Section:**The likelihood of neutron capture by the material, measured in barns.**Material Density:**Affects the neutron capture efficiency based on how densely packed the material is.

**Neutron Capture Rate:**Uses macroscopic cross-section, neutron flux, and material properties to calculate the rate of neutron absorption.**Material Degradation:**Simulates how the material degrades over time based on neutron exposure.

**Photon Energy:**Determines the likelihood of absorption based on the material's bandgap.**Quantum Dot Bandgap:**Energy threshold for photon absorption.**Core Temperature:**Affects the bandgap energy of the quantum dots.

Below is an interactive code editor where you can explore the structure of the Energy Conversion Simulations.

To run the simulations:

- Download the HTML file.
- Open the file in a browser to view the interactive simulations.
- Adjust parameters using sliders and start the simulations to visualize the neutron capture efficiency and photon absorption in real-time.