J. Imaging, Volume 4, Issue 3 (March 2018) – 6 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): This paper introduces a new neutron imaging facility, called IMAT, which is now well into its commissioning phase and is being prepared for user operation. One of the benefits of operating on a pulsed neutron source like ISIS is that neutron energies are determined via time of flight measurements, thus enabling energy-dispersive neutron imaging for maximizing image contrasts and for mapping microstructure properties of materials. We report the basic performance parameters and survey the infrastructure efforts that have been made to prepare the facility for a diverse range of disciplines such as engineering material science, battery research, earth science and cultural heritage. View this paper
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