NDT.net - December 2002, Vol. 7 No.12

LANDMINES CHARACTERISATION BASED ON TRIGGER RADIOGRAMS

Miroslav Omelic , Josip Stepanic
(Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture – University of Zagreb),
(miroslav.omelic@fsb.hr, josip.j.stepanic@fsb.hr)
Paper presented at the 8th ECNDT, Barcelona, June 2002

Abstract

Introduction

Antipersonnel landmine triggers description

Measurement set-up

Results of trigger radiographying

Summary

Acknowledgments

References

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