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High-Speed Cineradiographic System For Biomechanics Impact Research
Author(s): M. Bender; N. Alem; G. Nusholtz; J. W. Melvin; W. L. Rogers
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Paper Abstract

A high-speed 16-mm cineradiographic system previously developed at the University of Michigan, Highway Safety Research Institute, for use in biosciences research has been upgraded in capability by 1) increasing the x-ray field to 35-cm (14-in) by 43-cm (17-in), 2) incorporating a 35-mm high-speed motion picture to increase resolution, and 3) acauisition of a second x-ray head for three-dimensional x-ray stereophotogrammetric studies. This system now consists of a 35-mm Photosonics 4B camera, capable of 2500 frames per second, which views a 50-mm (2-in) diameter output phosphor of a highgain, 4-stage, magnetically focused image intensifier tube, gated on and off synchronously with the motion picture camera. A lens optically couples the input photocathode of the image tube to x-ray fluorescent (rare earth) anteelnimages produced by a smoothed d-c x-ray generator of a conventional type. The system is capable of a wide range of magnification ratios.

Paper Details

Date Published: 9 August 1983
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 0312, 1st European Conf on Cineradiography with Photons or Particles, (9 August 1983); doi: 10.1117/12.932923
Show Author Affiliations
M. Bender, University of Michigan (United States)
N. Alem, University of Michigan (United States)
G. Nusholtz, University of Michigan (United States)
J. W. Melvin, University of Michigan (United States)
W. L. Rogers, University of Michigan (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0312:
1st European Conf on Cineradiography with Photons or Particles
Jacques J. Marilleau, Editor(s)

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