- Presentations and publications discussing radioscopy by project staff
- Radiation warning sign
- X-ray set up form
- Survey of state regulations regarding use of x-ray machines
- State radiation control programs
Presentations and publications discussing radioscopy by project staff
- Anthony, R.W. 2003. “Examination of Connections and Deterioration in Timber Structures Using Digital Radioscopy”, Third Forensic Engineering Congress, San Diego, California.
- Kasal, B. and R. W. Anthony. 2004. “In-situ Evaluation of Timber Structures”, Journal of Progress in Structural Engineering & Materials. 6(2) pp. 94-103.
- Anthony, R. W. 2004. “Use of Portable X-ray Equipment to Investigate Historic Timber Structures”, Proceedings of the Workshop on Historic Roof Timber Frames, Trest Castle, Czech Republic, May 2004.
- Anthony, R.W. 2004. “Condition Assessment of Timber Using Resistance Drilling and Digital Radioscopy”, Association for Preservation Technology International Bulletin Vol. XXXV No. 4, p. 21-26.
- Blaha, J., T. Kyncl, and R. W. Anthony. 2004. “Komplenxni nedestruktivni pruzkum pozdne gotickeho dreveneho portalu v Hodinove vezi na hrade Pernstejne”, in Dejiny Staveb 2004, Plzensky Kra, Plzen, Czech Republic. pp. 165-170.
- Anthony, R. W. 2005. “Digital Radioscopy of Wood”, in Inspection and Monitoring Techniques for Bridges and Highways, Woodhead Publishing Ltd., Cambridge, U.K.
- R. W. Anthony. 2005. “Investigation of Historic Timber Structures Using Portable X-Ray Technology”. Proceedings of the International Conference on Conservation of Historic Wooden Structures, Centro UNESCO di Firenze, Florence, Italy, February, 2005.
- Workshop in Preservation Engineering: Diagnostics, Nondestructive Testing for the Evaluation of Historic Structures, Association of Preservation Technology Meeting, Galveston, Texas.
- Shenandoah-Dives Mill HAER and HSA Workshop, Silverton, Colorado, 2004.
- Shenandoah-Dives Mill HAER and HALS Workshop, Silverton, Colorado, 2005.
Phone surveys were done with Alabama, Colorado, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, and Virginia. The tables below describe the regulatory requirements for use of this equipment for historic preservation research. Each table identifies the agency to contact, the contact person (in 2004), what is required to bring radioscopy equipment into that state and if there is reciprocity or the ability to use licensing from your home state.