- Full text PDF available (0)
- This year (0)
- Last five years (1)
A nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) image of a tumor in a live animal is reported. The field focusing NMR method or FONAR process that now achieves the tumor outline is described.
ABSTRACT Dothistroma needle blight is a serious foliar disease in Australian Pinus radiata plantations causing defoliation, decreased productivity and, in extreme cases, tree death. Conventional methods of monitoring forest health such as aerial survey and ground assessments are labor intensive, time consuming, and subjective. Remote sensing provides a… (More)
A 53-inch superconducting magnet built in our laboratory for human-size NMR is described. It was made from .026 inches superconducting wire laid on a 2.5-inch piece of channel bar that had been rolled into a 53-inch diameter circle and butt-welded at the ends.
A giant nitrogen-jacketed liquid-helium metal dewar built in this laboratory is described for housing 53-inch superconducting magnet used in the human FONAR experiments. This dewar is 10 feet tall, 6 feet wide, 18 inches deep, and weighs 1 1/2 tons. It consists of the main magnet hoop connected through a demountable gooseneck to a liquid helium reservoir… (More)
Stress shielding of the periprosthetic femur following total hip arthroplasty is a problem that can promote the premature loosening of femoral stems. In order to reduce the need for revision surgery it is thought that more flexible implant designs need to be considered. In this work, the mechanical properties of laser melted square pore cobalt chrome… (More)