Abstract: A new neutron imaging and diffraction facility, called IMAT, is currently being commissionedat the ISIS pulsed neutron spallation source. IMAT will take advantage of neutrontime-of-flight measurement techniques for flexible neutron energy selection and effective energydiscrimination. The instrument will be completed and commissioned within the next few months,after neutrons have been recently delivered to the sample area. From 2016 IMAT will enablewhite-beam neutron radiography and tomography as well as energy-dependent neutron imaging.The facility will offer a spatial resolution down to 50 microns for a field of view of up to 400 cm2.IMAT will be operated as a user facility for material science applications and will be open fordevelopments of time-of-flight imaging methods.
|Titolo:||Materials analysis opportunities on the new neutron imaging facility IMAT@ISIS|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|