Neutron imaging is a nondestructive testing method you might have heard of before, but probably haven’t had a chance to use. Despite being a powerful method for inspecting components in many industries, only a small community of NDT professionals are truly aware of neutron radiography, or N-ray.Are you a part of this small community? Take our quiz to find out: 1. Neutron imaging is more useful than X-ray imaging for…Detecting internal flaws in cast partsIdentifying bonding flaws in adhesivesDetecting and identifying the positions of o-rings, seals, lubricants, and adhesives inside complex assembliesAll of the above 2. Neutrons, unlike X-rays, are better for penetrating…Dense materialsLight materialsWaterPlastics 3. Neutron radiation interacts most strongly with…The electron cloudThe atomic nucleusPhotonsOther neutrons 4. True or false: Neutron imaging can only be done with a nuclear reactor.TrueFalse 5. True or false: Neutron imaging can be used in field work.TrueFalse 6. Neutron radiation is produced by:Fission of uraniumFusion of deuterium with tritiumFusion of deuterium with deuteriumAll of the above 7. True or false: In neutron imaging, the collimator focuses the neutron beam using electromagnets.TrueFalse 8. Neutron imaging has not often been used as a nondestructive testing tool because…Neutrons are actually very destructiveNeutron imaging has only a few specific usesCurrent imaging facilities are difficult to accessThe objects being imaged remain “hot” for too long 9. Objects exposed to neutron radiation remain “hot” for how long?About twelve hoursRoughly 66 hoursOne week700 thousand years 10. What is the ASTM standard for neutron imaging?ASTM E1931ASTM E545 and E748ASTM E1742 and E1742MASTM E1032All done? Submit your answers to see which questions you got right and learn more about the ones you got wrong: Time is Up!