Completely assembled CompaCT detector module.
Signal processing scheme of the CompaCT radiation detector.
(a) CAD drawing of the detector base plate showing the channels for heat-removal by convective cooling. (b) Photo of the thermal control system with controller unit and cooling tower at one end of the detector arc.
Interior of the CompaCT detector arc.
(a) Drawing of the isotopic capsule. (b) Design of the Densimet® isotopic source collimator and (c) its sectional view.
Measured spectrum of a single collimated scintillation detector element.
(a) Setup and (b) normalised count rate distribution of nine detectors of the CompaCT system, where only the detector element 0 in the centre was exposed.
(a) Measured mean radiation attenuation characteristic curve with various aluminium plates and in comparison with and without dark count rate consideration and (b) with alternative lower threshold values.
(a) MTF at the edge area of the reconstructed aluminium block scanned with the CompaCT and (b) scanned aluminium strut profile with 60 × 60 mm2 outer dimension.
Fixed packaged bed reactor assembly with glass beads (left), its reconstruction with 2 mm and with 4 mm glass beads (right, top), and corresponding attenuation profiles (bottom).
(a) Sketch and (b) photo of the scanned partially liquid-filled horizontal axially rotated packed bed assembly to study the capability of the CompaCT to reveal different flow regimes in tubular flow systems.
Horizontally positioned packed bed assembly for (a) a 4 mm glass beads bed, 35% liquid holdup, and (d), (i), and (l) various rotational speeds and two 2.5 mm glass beads beds with (b) 30% liquid holdup and (e), (g), (j), and (m) various rotational speeds, and (c) 60% liquid holdup and (f), (h), (k), and (n) various rotational speeds.
Most important system parameters of the CompaCT.
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