X-Ray Real-Time Radiography and Image Processing


X-Ray Real-Time Radiography and Image Processing
Dr R Halmshaw
The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing
1989. 157 pp. Hard cover.
0 903 132 168
Proceedings of a symposium held at Newbury, Berkshire, United Kingdom in November 1988. This symposium was organised by the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing and hosted by Messrs Quantel Ltd. In the Proceedings there are several papers describing equipment design, discussing the various parameters involved, and detailing the attainable image sensitivity. Once an image is stored in digital form in a computer, it is available for a variety of additional processes beyond digital image enhancement. Automatic flaw evaluation is possible and there are three papers on this topic. Another paper indicates how stereoscopic X-ray images might be produced and by combining data from a scanning system, a fifth paper shows that tomographic images are possible from a real-time imaging equipment. There are also related radiographic processes where a television-fluoroscopic image is used to produce measurements of internal component spacings, and another paper describes measurement of X-ray (Laue) diffraction patterns. Illustrated. HALF PRICE WHILE STOCKS LAST.

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