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David Bunch
David Bunch
13:15 Sep-03-2010
Shot time calculator for Graphing Calculators

A coworker of mine told me of a radiography shot time program than can be used on graphing calculators (such as the Texas Instruments TI-83). You punch in the source to film distance, the curies you are using, etc, and it will calculate the shot time.

Does anyone know where I can find this program?

 
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LK
NDT Inspector,
Norway, Joined May 2008, 104

LK

NDT Inspector,
Norway,
Joined May 2008
104
14:57 Sep-03-2010
Re: Shot time calculator for Graphing Calculators
In Reply to David Bunch at 13:15 Sep-03-2010 (Opening).

I have one program, works for both X and gamma, with refrences to EN1435 (eg minimal SFD required, film class to be used etc) but ... it's in german. Let me know if interested.

 
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David Bunch
David Bunch
20:43 Sep-05-2010
Re: Shot time calculator for Graphing Calculators
In Reply to LK at 14:57 Sep-03-2010 .

Thanks for the offer. But unfortunately I don't know German.

 
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Michel Couture
NDT Inspector,
consultant, Canada, Joined Sep 2006, 856

Michel Couture

NDT Inspector,
consultant,
Canada,
Joined Sep 2006
856
14:53 Sep-06-2010
Re: Shot time calculator for Graphing Calculators
In Reply to David Bunch at 20:43 Sep-05-2010 .

David,

I don't know about a calculator or computer software, but there is a slide ruler (those things we used before calcualtor LOL) for that purpose. It will calculate exposure for Ir192 and Co60. It should be available from your supplier.

 
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David Bunch
David Bunch
18:34 Sep-06-2010
Re: Shot time calculator for Graphing Calculators
In Reply to Michel Couture at 14:53 Sep-06-2010 .

Yeah, we have some of those. I think they are around $100 though.

A couple of our radiographers went through source retrieval class in Louisiana, and one of the other students there had a radiographic shot calculator on his TI-83 calculator. Maybe its on the net some place.

 
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LK
NDT Inspector,
Norway, Joined May 2008, 104

LK

NDT Inspector,
Norway,
Joined May 2008
104
21:19 Sep-06-2010
Re: Shot time calculator for Graphing Calculators
In Reply to Michel Couture at 14:53 Sep-06-2010 .

I'm still using the ruler, and I think it's really convenient. However I know guys from other lab, they make all calculations using this computer programm only.

 
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Ian
Ian
18:44 Jun-26-2011
Re: Shot time calculator for Graphing Calculators
In Reply to David Bunch at 13:15 Sep-03-2010 (Opening).

I have it, post me if your interested

 
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sbanner
NDT Inspector,
Canada, Joined Jan 2009, 31

sbanner

NDT Inspector,
Canada,
Joined Jan 2009
31
18:39 Jun-27-2011
Re: Shot time calculator for Graphing Calculators
In Reply to Ian at 18:44 Jun-26-2011 .

David:
there is a free and a paid RT calculator at http://www.ok-s.com/
also there is a iphone app called X-Ray timer avaliable.
Stan

 
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NICK
NICK
14:14 Nov-11-2011
Re: Shot time calculator for Graphing Calculators
In Reply to David Bunch at 13:15 Sep-03-2010 (Opening).

Free Online TI-84 [url="http://graphingvariousfunctions.wordpress.com/2011/10/31/graphing-calculator-and-graphing-functions/"]Graphing Calculator for free[/url]?
I need one that is either...
--free and downloadable from a trustworthy source. (virus prevention purposes.)
or...
--free and non-downloadable and just available on a trusted website.

I need to be able to find the equation for the Line of Best Fit for a set of data, if that helps. Also, the equation for the L.o.B.F. is y=mx+b , correct?

Thanks-a-Bunch:)

 
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