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X-Ray Imaging JS Model
written by Michael R. Gallis
The X-Ray Imaging Model simulates the basic concepts of X-Ray imaging, exploring how different aspects of both the X-Ray source and the sample affect the X-Ray image. The simulation has a main window which contains the simulated image and the controls to manipulate the X-Ray characteristics and the physical characteristics of the sample to be imaged. In addition to the main panel, there are two optional windows. The first contains a graph of the X-ray spectrum and a second graph of the simulated exposure level of the film. The second optional window shows the geometry of the sample, which consists of a slab with two embedded cylinders within it.
2 ready-to-run examples are available
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