A complete flash X-ray system in a 20-foot ISO container, ready to go: portable, fast, and flexible. Run your experiments anywhere and see your results faster than you can say “sex laxar I en laxask” (that’s an old Swedish tongue twister).
High-speed flash X-ray cinematography catpures ricochet phenomena at 820 m/s A bullet traveling 820 m/s impacts an inclined aramid composite plate. 6 X-ray images capture the event with a 50 microsecond time interval between them.A ricochet phenomena under ballistic...
A schematic image of the setup showing the Multi Anode tube, sample (projectile and ballistic protection plate), scintillator screen, mirror and high speed camera.With the right setup, high-speed flash X-ray cinematography can be used to investigate ballistic impact...
Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen first discovered X-rays in 1895 when he found that, if he worked in a dark room with a discharge tube that was enclosed in a sealed, thick black carton to exclude all light, a paper plate covered on one side with barium platinocyanide placed in the path of the rays became florescent.
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