Industrial Nucleonics (IN) & AccuRay History



IN/AccuRay's founders, staff and others created articles for national publications about IN/Accuray products and process applications.

Nucleonics Views 1952, Newsletters to IN's customers

Business Week June 1952, Quality Control by Nuclear Eye ... Ups Coated Abrasives Output

Steel Magazine June 1952, Nuclear Gaging Controls Abrasive Coating Thickness

Paper Mill News Oct 1952, Manning Uses Nuclear Energy to Improve Plant Production

Radio-Electronic Engineering April 1953, Beta Radiation Gauging Methods by George Foster

Society for Nondestructive Testing Nov. 1957, "Industrial Nucleonic Gaging" by J. E. Reider

Paper Mill News Oct. 1961, "Basis Weight Control" by Dave Bossen

Iron and Steel Engineer Feb. 1967 "Progress Report - Radioisotope Thickness Measurement Systems and Techniques" by James L. Griffith

Pulp & Paper Magazine "Metrology Papers" by George Doering Dec. 1967, John DeWitt Jan. 1968, E. Fenton and Orval Cummins Feb. 1968, Don Danison Mar. 1968, & David Spitz July 1968

Development of a Nucleonic Particulate Emission Gauge by Charles E. Duke and Boong Y Cho for the Environmental Protection Agency 1972 [unclassified document]

Materials Evaluation Oct. 1989, Early Development of Process Automation with Nucleonic Measurement Gages NOTE: eventhough this article was not written by IN staff, the article reviews IN's history from 1950 to 1989

4-Steps to BW Measurement & Control by Jack Dukes, article printed in PIMA 8/1988 and The Fadum Report Vol. 8, No. 10, Oct. 1998




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