Imaging Technologies for Process Investigation and Components Testing

Open for proposals

Project Type

Coordinated Research Project

Project Code

F22069

CRP

2113

Approved Date

7 April 2017

Status

3 - Active - Ongoing

Start Date

17 November 2017

Expected End Date

16 November 2021

Participating Countries

Australia
Croatia
Egypt
Ghana
Hungary
Indonesia
Iran (Islamic Republic of)
Jordan
Kenya
Malaysia
Morocco
Myanmar
Norway
Republic of Korea
Tunisia
United States of America
Zimbabwe

Description

Use of radiation based visualisation technologies is expanding and continuously evolving. New methodologies, new modelling approaches are being developed and introduced in practice.

Objectives

The overall objective of the CRP is to facilitate further advancement and implementation of nuclear technologies in exploration, mining, mineral, and metallurgical industries. Specifically, targets to be addressed will include safety, cost, and availability of nuclear technologies, as well as knowledge transfer with a particular focus on developing Member States.

Specific objectives

to facilitate further development and implementation of radiotracing imaging techniques with a specific targets on improved methodologies to improve accuracy, efficiency, and safety

to encourage development of new imaging systems to address new raising needs

to facilitate further development of imaging techniques based on radiation for use in process investigation and specific objects flaw detection

to facilitate development of multi-radiation (X Ray + neutrons for ex) integrated techniques for improved monitoring of complex multiphase/multicomponent systems

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