·Table of Contents
·Workshop - Neutron workshop

Facilities for Neutron Radiography in Europe: Performance, Applications and future Use

E.H. Lehmann, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland


1. Introduction

2. Short description of the NR facilities

3. Performance parameters for the description of the system properties

4. Description and comparison of the neutron radiography beam lines

5. Conclusions

6. Outlook to further NR activities


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