First Attempts on Energy-selective Neutron Imaging at IBR-2

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A new neutron imaging facility has been started at the IBR-2 high flux pulsed reactor. It isattractive not only for traditional neutron imaging applications but in particular also for thedevelopment of modern energy-selective techniques using a time-of-flight methods.A short overview of the first obtained results of theenergy-selected experiments by means of time-of-flight methods realised on neutron radiography and tomography station on high-flux pulsed reactor IBR-2 are presented.




Lukin, E. V., Kozlenko, D. P., Kichanov, S. E., Rutkauskas, A. V., Bokuchava, G. D., & Savenko, B. N. (2015). First Attempts on Energy-selective Neutron Imaging at IBR-2. In Physics Procedia (Vol. 69, pp. 271–274). Elsevier B.V.

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