New method in medical tomography based on vibrating wire: bench-test experiment on laser beam

Citation data:

Journal of Physics: Conference Series, ISSN: 1742-6588, Vol: 826, Issue: 1, Page: 012016

Publication Year:
2017

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Repository URL:
http://scholarworks.unist.ac.kr/handle/201301/23130
DOI:
10.1088/1742-6596/826/1/012016
Author(s):
Aginian, M.A.; Alonso, J.; Arutunian, S.G.; Chung, Moses; Margaryan, A.V.; Lazareva, E.G.; Lazarev, L.M.; Shahinyan, L.A.
Publisher(s):
IOP Publishing; Institute of Physics
Tags:
Physics and Astronomy
article description
A new method for fast transverse beam profiling, where a vibrating wire is served as a resonant target, has been developed. The speed of scan up to a few hundred mm/s provides opportunity to make a set of beam profiles at different directions of the scan within a reasonable measurement time. This profile set allows us to reconstruct 2D beam profile by filtered back-projection algorithm. The new method may be applied for proton, X-ray, gamma, and neutron beams, and can also be of interest in tomography including medical applications. The method has been tested experimentally by means of laser beams.