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kumar
Director,
WENS quality Assurance (S) Pte.Ltd., Singapore, Joined Jul 2003, 1

kumar

Director,
WENS quality Assurance (S) Pte.Ltd.,
Singapore,
Joined Jul 2003
1
09:13 Feb-03-2005
Neutron radiography

Could anybody tell me the density variation in a neutron radiograph for the BPI ( IQI), I would like to know which part will be higher density ( hole)& which part will be lower density ( say polyurethane foam).
If you have any example could you let me know

Thanks

Kumar


    
 
 
Charlie
Engineering, Ex DNV Surveyor (China)
Petronas Rapid Project, Malaysia, Joined Aug 2017, 4

Charlie

Engineering, Ex DNV Surveyor (China)
Petronas Rapid Project,
Malaysia,
Joined Aug 2017
4
01:54 Aug-31-2017
Re: Neutron radiography
In Reply to kumar at 09:13 Feb-03-2005 (Opening).

Dear Kumar

May be the following articles on Neutron Radiography would be helps;
http://www.slideserve.com/charliechong/presentations
http://www.academia.edu/14352459/Understanding_Neutron_Radiography_Reading_IV-All


Regards
Charlie
ASNT Level III NRT

    
 
 
Charlie
Engineering, Ex DNV Surveyor (China)
Petronas Rapid Project, Malaysia, Joined Aug 2017, 4

Charlie

Engineering, Ex DNV Surveyor (China)
Petronas Rapid Project,
Malaysia,
Joined Aug 2017
4
02:13 Aug-31-2017
Re: Neutron radiography
In Reply to kumar at 09:13 Feb-03-2005 (Opening).

Dear Kumar

Again me, to be specific the following ASTM E545 would give an insight into the neutron attenuation factor for each IQI materials in question

ASTM E545
Standard Test Method for Determining Image Quality in Direct Thermal Neutron Radiographic Examination.

or read; http://www.slideserve.com/charliechong/understanding-neutron-radiography-reading-2016-v-astm-nrt-reading-1a

Hope it help.

Charlie

    
 
 

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