What Future in Neutron Imaging?
Eberhard H. Lehmann, Danas Ridikas, Nuno Pessoa Barradasdownload PDF
Abstract. We describe the current situation of the neutron imaging technology, based on known “user facilities” and projects at prominent neutron sources world-wide. Although this method has become highly accepted, there is a great potential for further methodical and technical progress. Continued access to most suitable beam ports and future neutron sources are keystones for the future of neutron imaging. Promising new methods and prominent new applications are stimulating this process.
Neutron Imaging, Neutron Sources, Beam Ports, Neutron Detection, Image Processing
Published online 1/5/2020, 8 pages
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Citation: Eberhard H. Lehmann, Danas Ridikas, Nuno Pessoa Barradas, What Future in Neutron Imaging?, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 15, pp 3-10, 2020
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