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RADD 2501 Lab Practical Part B

# RADD 2501 Lab Practical Part B - MOTION WRITE THE mA AND...

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10 th WEEK LAB PRACTICAL part 2 B 15 POINTS ON THE CONSOLE WORKSHEET, WRITE YOUR ORIGINAL FACTORS FROM PART A IN THE SPACES PROVIDED PICK A TECHNIQUE MANIPULATION QUESTION FROM THE FESTIVE HAT THE INSTRUCTOR WILL GIVE YOU THE SPECIFICS OF THE RULE. E.g.: CHANGE CONTRAST – INSTRUCTOR WILL STATE WHEATHER TO PRODUCE A LONGER OR SHORTER SCALE etc. PERFORM THE TECHNIQUE MANIPULATION AND PUT THE NEW FACTORS IN THE BLANKS PROVIDED FOR kVp AND mAs. IF THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN BY THE INSTRUCTOR SAY TO STOP MOTION: GO TO THE mAs CHART AND START LOOKING FOR THE mAs NEEDED AT 450 mA. IF THE mAs CAN’T BE FOUND IN THAT LIST, GO TO THE 400, IF IT CAN’T BE FOUND, GO TO 300 ETC. YOU ARE TRYING TO FIND THE HIGHEST mA FOR THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TIME TO STOP
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Unformatted text preview: MOTION. WRITE THE mA AND TIME IN THE SPACE NEXT TO THE WORDS mA and time OR: IF THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN BY THE INSTRUCTOR SAY TO GET THE BEST DETAIL POSSIBLE: GO TO THE mAs CHART AND START LOOKING FOR THE mAs NEEDED AT 150S, IF IT CAN’T BE FOUND, GO TO THE 75S, IF IT CAN’T BE FOUND GO TO THE 25S. YOU ARE TRYING TO FIND THE HIGHEST mA FOR THE SHORTEST POSSIBLE EXPOSURE TIME TO STOP MOTION USING THE SMALL FILAMENT FOR THE BEST DETAIL – SMALL FOCAL SPOT. WRITE THE mA AND TIME IN THE SPACE NEXT TO THE WORDS mA and time PUT EXPOSURE FACTORS ON THE CONSOLE! BE ABLE TO TAKE AN EXPOSURE PROPERLY USING THE DEAD MAN SWITCH...
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