In neutron transmission imaging or neutron radiography, neutrons pass through an object to reveal its internal structure. This is very similar to X-ray imaging. In general, neutrons are complementary to X-rays and often employed when X-rays do not provide enough penetration for dense materials or when heavy materials are imaged in the presence of light materials. However, neutron detection systems are often subject to high background noise that is inherent with the neutron production at the various large- and small-scale facilities. Regular camera systems that integrate during individual neutron exposures generally do not provide a mechanism to discriminate particles, e.g. neutrons from gammas, which is required particularly for low flux applications, such as energy-resolved neutron imaging or diffraction.
ASI and LoskoVision have developed the LumaCam System, an innovative solution which enables researchers to overcome the limitations of regular camera systems and enable neutron counting for imaging applications. The LumaCam System provides high resolution in space and time for a broad range of neutron applications! To find out more, read on >>