I need some help in gamma radiography.
I'm experienced in X-ray radiography, but don't have any experience of use of Ir or Se sources. I've heard there are some help-cribs from film manufactures to make easyer exposure calculations. Can anyone help me somehow in this matter.
Phil NDT Inspector, Radiation Safety BINDT, MIAQP, United Kingdom, Joined Mar 2009, 151
Phil NDT Inspector, Radiation Safety BINDT, MIAQP, United Kingdom, Joined Mar 2009 151
12:11 Apr-17-2009 Re: gamma radiographyIn Reply to Leo at 10:31 Apr-17-2009 (Opening).
I typed into yahoo search scrata calculator and came up with a list where you can get them ok.
I am sure google will have the same. SCRATA stands for Steel Casting and Trade Association, ok But a lot of Radiographers have a calculator from Agfa as well, Hope this will help you
For highly attenuating materials, the performance of the system is critical. The ultrasonic
sensors, the scanning area and the system settings should be flexibly adapted to the test task and the material.
These high expectations are met with the new and modular testing system SONOAIR. With the world’s first air-coupled phased-array UT inspection system SONOAIR we developed a technology that works with up to 4 transmitter and receiver channels with freely configurable square wave burst transmitters as wells as low noise receiving amplifiers. [more]
The compact inspection head is suitable for thermographic ndt
tasks. The uncooled infrared camera
is specially developed for
NDI-tasks and offers a thermal sensitivity until now known only
from thermal imagers with cooled detector. All required
components and functions are integrated into the inspection-head.
You will only need an ethernet cable to connect the sensor with
the evaluation system.