Receiving Basin for Offsite Fuels and the Resin Regeneration Facility Safety Analysis Report, Executive Summary
NIM System Design Requirements .....................................................
Extended Evaluations of the Commercial Spectrometer Systems for Safeguards Applications
The nine systems are the standard Nuclear
Instrumental Methods ( NIM ) system (mixing of the modules from both Ortec* and Canberra+),
the Digital Gamma-Ray Spectrometer .
Evaluations of the commercial spectrometer systems for safeguards applications using the germanium detectors
each computercan controlup to four NIM systems (with CanberraADCs) or other compatible
The system under test and the specified NIM system (for example Canberra amplifier 2020,
SCA 2030 and counter/timer 2071A) are simultaneously activated for counting, but the output
pulses from the pulse generator were started later and manually and also stopped manually
Comparisons of the DSPEC and DSPEC Plus spectrometer systems
The DSPEC Plus, the DSPEC, and the standard nuclear
instrumental methods ( NIM ) system are tested with a coaxial and a planar germanium detectors.
Standard NIM instrumentation system
As the NIM system developed and accommodations were made to a dynamic
instrumentation field and a rapidly advancing technology, additions, revisions and
clarifications were made.
Superior laryngeal nerve monitoring using laryngeal surface electrodes and intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring during thyroidectomy
IONM using laryngeal surface electrodes enables analysis of waveform morphology and latency in addition to threshold and amplitude data obtained with the traditional NIM system , potentially improving the performance of nerve monitoring during thyroid surgery. Clin. Anat.
Warning navigation system using real-time safe region monitoring for otologic surgery
Comparison with NIM system .
Since that time the NIM System has become accepted as the laboratory standard for nuclear
instrumentation throughout the world.
INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROLS DIVISION ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT FOR PERIOD ENDING SEPTEMBER 1, 1972.
2.2 NIM SYSTEM POWER SUPPLY
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