What is 2 2t sensitivity?
Keeping this in consideration, what is a Penetrameter?
A "penny" is a device used in radiographic testing to evaluate the quality of radiographic images. In Europe, penetrameters are referred to as image quality indicators (IQI), but no matter what you call them, the idea remains the same. Penetrameters come in a wide range of shapes, sizes, and configurations.
One may also ask, what is sensitivity in radiography? Radiographic sensitivity is a measure of the quality of an image in terms of the smallest detail or discontinuity that may be detected. Radiographic sensitivity is dependant on the combined effects of two independent sets of variables. It is much easier to see in the high contrast radiograph.
Similarly, you may ask, how is IQI sensitivity calculated?
The diameter of the smallest hole visible on the radiograph determines the sensitivity, this being calculated as hole diameter divided by component thickness expressed as a percentage. The sensitivity measured by the use of a wire IQI is not the same as the sensitivity using a step wedge IQI.
What is an IQI?
IQI – Image Quality Indicator – is a device for showing the quality of a radiograph. The quality of a radiograph determines the amount of detail that can be shown. The contrast or change in density on an image for a known change in thickness in the specimen; The noise on the image, eg the graininess of the film.