Most nuclear engineering programs have ongoing research oriented towards measurements with neutrons. Some examples of university and national laboratory research with neutron radiography and scattering include:

  • Neutron Time-of-Flight Measurements
  • Small Angle Reflectrometry
  • Bragg Edge and Resonance Absorption
  • Reactor Training
  • Beam Profiling
  • Water Transport across Fuel Cell Membranes
  • Combustion Nozzle Spray Analysis
  • Defects in Silicon Nitride Ceramics
  • Imaging Refrigeration Components for Behavior of Lubricating Oils
  • Detection of Corrosion and entrapped Moisture in Structures
  • Archaelogy
  • Plant Transpiration
  • Studying Debonding of Carbon Fiber Composites
  • Measuring Boron Concentrations in Shielding Materials
  • Composite Materials
  • Measuring Effectiveness of Moisture Repelling Agents in Materials
  • Imaging Shock Waves in Gases
  • Analysis of Distribution of electro-transported Hydrogen in Palladium
  • Quantitative Evaluation of Nuclear Fuel Pin Structural Features
  • Imaging Field Spray Patterns and Dynamics
  • Imaging of Wetting Front Instabilities in Porous Media
  • Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT)
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