15 November 2012 Design and analysis of a cineradiographic x-ray imaging system for capturing dynamic deformation of materials
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Innovations in x-ray imaging are described to evaluate spatial and temporal dissipation and relaxation dynamics in materials. A system is constructed employing five sets of image planes orthogonal to the target, such that the centerline image-plane orthogonal axes are coplanar. Variable pulser firing sequences flash five x-ray tubes, capturing temporal sequences of interest, and controlled coincident firing sequences characterize ballistic impact events in three dimensions.
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Mark A. Mentzer, James C. Gurganus, "Design and analysis of a cineradiographic x-ray imaging system for capturing dynamic deformation of materials," Optical Engineering 51(11), 116501 (15 November 2012). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.51.11.116501 . Submission:
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