Quantum Beam Science Directorate, Japan Atomic Energy Agency* Institute of Applied Beam Science, Ibaraki University,Japan** Neutron Science Laboratory, KEK,Japan*** Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan****
â—‹Toru Ishigaki* Akinori Hoshikawa* Masao Yonemura** Takashi Kamiyama*** Stefans Harjo* Kazuya Aizawa* Takashi Sakuma** Yo Tomota* Yukio Morii* Masatoshi Arai* Kazuhiro Ebata**** Yoshiki Takano**** Takuro Kasao****

Ibaraki prefecture, the local government of the area for J-PARC site, was decided to build a versatile neutron diffractometer (IBARAKI Materials Design Diffractometer) to promote an industrial application for neutron beam in J-PARC. This diffractometer is planned to be a high throughput diffractometer so that materials engineers and scientists can use it like the chemical analytical instruments in their materials development process. It covers in d range 0.18 < d (Å) < 5 with Dd/d = 0.16 % at high resolution bank, and covers 5 < d (Å) < 800 with gradually changing resolution at three detector bank (90 degree, low angle and small angle). Typical measuring time to obtain a 'Rietveld-quality' data is several minutes with the sample size of laboratory X-ray diffractometer. To promote industrial application, a utilization system for this diffractometer is required. We will establish a support system for both academic and industrial users who are willing to use neutron but have not been familiar with neutron diffraction. The construction of this instrument was already begun and will be completed in the beginning of 2008, as one of day-one instruments for J-PARC.