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[en] Self-powered neutron detectors (SPNDs) are used widely in flux mapping, control, and protection of nuclear reactors. Compared with other neutron detector, SPND has the advantages of small size, low cost, and relatively simple electronics. In this work, a prototype SPND for flux measuring neutron generators has been designed and tested. Using the Monte Carlo simulation code, the output current of the detector was calculated and compared with the experimental results. The agreement between the results suggests that this detector is capable of flux monitoring of the neutron generator. Then, a developed SPND has been introduced with the provision of producing higher output current.