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Application of compact laser-driven accelerator X-ray sources for industrial imaging

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Application of compact laser-driven accelerator X-ray sources for industrial imaging. / Gruse, J.-N; Streeter, Matthew; Thornton, C; Armstrong, C.D.; Baird, C.D.; Bourgeois, N; Cipiccia, S.; Finlay, Oliver; Gregory, C.D.; Katzir, Y; Lopes, N.C.; Mangles, S.P.D; Najmudin, Z; Neely, D; Pickard, L.R.; Potter, K.D.; Rajeev, P.P.; Rusby, D.R.; Underwood, C.I.D; Warnett, J.M.; Williams, M.A.; Wood, J.C.; Murphy, C.D.; Brenner, C.M.; Symes, D.R.

In: Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, Vol. 983, 164369, 11.12.2020.

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Gruse, J-N, Streeter, M, Thornton, C, Armstrong, CD, Baird, CD, Bourgeois, N, Cipiccia, S, Finlay, O, Gregory, CD, Katzir, Y, Lopes, NC, Mangles, SPD, Najmudin, Z, Neely, D, Pickard, LR, Potter, KD, Rajeev, PP, Rusby, DR, Underwood, CID, Warnett, JM, Williams, MA, Wood, JC, Murphy, CD, Brenner, CM & Symes, DR 2020, 'Application of compact laser-driven accelerator X-ray sources for industrial imaging', Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, vol. 983, 164369. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2020.164369

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Gruse, J. -N., Streeter, M., Thornton, C., Armstrong, C. D., Baird, C. D., Bourgeois, N., Cipiccia, S., Finlay, O., Gregory, C. D., Katzir, Y., Lopes, N. C., Mangles, S. P. D., Najmudin, Z., Neely, D., Pickard, L. R., Potter, K. D., Rajeev, P. P., Rusby, D. R., Underwood, C. I. D., ... Symes, D. R. (2020). Application of compact laser-driven accelerator X-ray sources for industrial imaging. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment, 983, [164369]. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2020.164369

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Gruse J-N, Streeter M, Thornton C, Armstrong CD, Baird CD, Bourgeois N et al. Application of compact laser-driven accelerator X-ray sources for industrial imaging. Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment. 2020 Dec 11;983. 164369. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nima.2020.164369

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Gruse, J.-N ; Streeter, Matthew ; Thornton, C ; Armstrong, C.D. ; Baird, C.D. ; Bourgeois, N ; Cipiccia, S. ; Finlay, Oliver ; Gregory, C.D. ; Katzir, Y ; Lopes, N.C. ; Mangles, S.P.D ; Najmudin, Z ; Neely, D ; Pickard, L.R. ; Potter, K.D. ; Rajeev, P.P. ; Rusby, D.R. ; Underwood, C.I.D ; Warnett, J.M. ; Williams, M.A. ; Wood, J.C. ; Murphy, C.D. ; Brenner, C.M. ; Symes, D.R. / Application of compact laser-driven accelerator X-ray sources for industrial imaging. In: Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment. 2020 ; Vol. 983.

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abstract = "X-rays generated by betatron oscillations of electrons in a laser-driven plasma accelerator were characterised and applied to imaging industrial samples. With a 125 TW laser, a low divergence beam with 7.52.6 108 photons mrad−2 per pulse was produced with a synchrotron spectrum with a critical energy of 14.61.3 keV. Radiographs were obtained of a metrology test sample, battery electrodes, and a damage site in a composite material. These results demonstrate the suitability of the source for non-destructive evaluation applications. The potential for industrial implementation of plasma accelerators is discussed.",
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N2 - X-rays generated by betatron oscillations of electrons in a laser-driven plasma accelerator were characterised and applied to imaging industrial samples. With a 125 TW laser, a low divergence beam with 7.52.6 108 photons mrad−2 per pulse was produced with a synchrotron spectrum with a critical energy of 14.61.3 keV. Radiographs were obtained of a metrology test sample, battery electrodes, and a damage site in a composite material. These results demonstrate the suitability of the source for non-destructive evaluation applications. The potential for industrial implementation of plasma accelerators is discussed.

AB - X-rays generated by betatron oscillations of electrons in a laser-driven plasma accelerator were characterised and applied to imaging industrial samples. With a 125 TW laser, a low divergence beam with 7.52.6 108 photons mrad−2 per pulse was produced with a synchrotron spectrum with a critical energy of 14.61.3 keV. Radiographs were obtained of a metrology test sample, battery electrodes, and a damage site in a composite material. These results demonstrate the suitability of the source for non-destructive evaluation applications. The potential for industrial implementation of plasma accelerators is discussed.

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