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1 August 1972 X-Ray Real-Time Imaging For Nondestructive Testing Of Fast Flux Test Facility Fuel Pins
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A real-time inspection system has been developed at HEDL for rapid and thorough x-ray inspection of FFTF fuel pins. The FFTF fuel pins consist of sintered UO2 - PuO2 pellets contained in seamless, wire-wrapped 316 SS tubes. Each pin is 0.23 inches OD, and 94 inches long, and is sealed by a cap welded at each end (Figure 1).
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C. N. Jackson Jr. and W. H. Gray "X-Ray Real-Time Imaging For Nondestructive Testing Of Fast Flux Test Facility Fuel Pins", Proc. SPIE 0029, Imaging Techniques for Testing and Inspection, (1 August 1972); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.978143
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