flash radiography

flash radiography

[′flash ‚rād·ē′äg·rə·fē]
(graphic arts)
A radiography technique employing very short exposure times, such as 1 microsecond, to give unblurred pictures of moving objects.
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Ax1 is a linear induction accelerator (lia) for flash radiography (pause time of a few tens of nanoseconds) of very dense metal objects.
Contract notice: The CEA conducts prospective studies on a new type of injector, called "induction", for flash radiography machines.
The facility provides a combination of capabilities, including wide-angle flash radiography, laser velocimetry, pin-dome measurements, and high-speed optical cameras that are used to measure dynamics during the experiments.