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Evaluation of the Filling Sodium States Inside the Fuel rod of Sodium-Cooled Fast Reactor by Optimized Spatial Resolution in Medical Digital Radiographic Images
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Evaluation of the Filling Sodium States Inside the Fuel rod of Sodium-Cooled Fast Reactor by Optimized Spatial Resolution in Medical Digital Radiographic Images
Seoung, Youl-Hun;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study was tried to evaluate the filling sodium states inside the fuel rod of sodium-cooled fast reactor by digital medical X-ray. We used the diagnostic X-ray generators in digital radiography (DR). This study have found the optimal conditions by changing the effective focal spot size of X-ray tube and post-processing of the DR method with a tungsten edge plate in order to ensure excellent sharpness At this time, the sharpness and resolution were evaluated using the MTF (modulation transfer function). As a result, this study obtained a spatial resolution of 3.871 lp/mm (0.1 MTF), 3.290 lp/mm (0.5 MTF) when implemented the contrast strengthen post-processing in small focal spot. In this research, the result is able to evaluate the level of sodium inside the fuel rod by using the diagnostic X-ray generators in medical digital radiographic images.
 Keywords
Sodium-cooled fast reactor;Filling sodium states;Digital radiography;Modulation transfer function;Spatial resolution;
 Language
Korean
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