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nucleonics

the branch of physics concerned with the applications of nuclear energy

nucleonics

[‚nü·klē′än·iks]
(engineering)
The technology based on phenomena of the atomic nucleus such as radioactivity, fission, and fusion; includes nuclear reactors, various applications of radioisotopes and radiation, particle accelerators, and radiation-detection devices.
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Added to his chemical engineering degree and industry experience in process engineering including upstream process diagnostics, nucleonic instrumentation and sand management, Manuel comes with a good understanding of process issues that operators face as they look to reduce down time, improve recovery and optimise production from their assets.
NDC Systems expertise was in nucleonic gauging systems for the extrusion, converting and paper industries, while Infrared Engineering offered world leading, high stability NIR (near infrared) instruments for the food, paper-converting, plastics, tobacco and other industrial processes.
Compliant with OSHA and FCC regulations, this device is said to be an environmentally and personally safe alternative to nucleonic switches.
May be used as a substitute for nucleonic transmission gauges where an alternative to the use of radioactive isotopes is required; complements NDC infrared sensors.