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1 October 1999 Recent developments in electronic radiography at Los Alamos
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An overview of the radiographic capabilities with emphasis on electronic image detection and processing at the Los Alamos National Laboratory is presented. Fixed facilities and portable x-ray sources and imaging systems make up the Los Alamos capability. Examples of imaging with large area amorphous silicon imaging panels, a portable computed tomography system, high speed x-ray imaging applications and equipment, and small area, high resolution imagers are given. Radiographic simulation and reverse engineering from radiographic images to computer aided design files and solid models is also presented.
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David A. Fry, Thomas N. Claytor, Anthony W. Davis, Martin H. Jones, Matthew J. Sheats, David M. Stupin, Deborah A. Summa, Sarah M. White, Jill Hefele, Scott A. Watson, Todd J. Kauppila, and Karl H. Mueller Jr. "Recent developments in electronic radiography at Los Alamos", Proc. SPIE 3769, Penetrating Radiation Systems and Applications, (1 October 1999); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.363672
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