A team of WSU mechanical engineering students ponder improvements to their prototype that will compare 3D images of a nuclear material container to detect tampering. Two teams from Pullman participated with mentors from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland and delivered their projects Friday to the Richland WSU campus. From left, they are: Sam Heyd, Kent Evans, Dylan Delay, Conner Huck and Tyas Young.
A team of WSU mechanical engineering students ponder improvements to their prototype that will compare 3D images of a nuclear material container to detect tampering. Two teams from Pullman participated with mentors from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland and delivered their projects Friday to the Richland WSU campus. From left, they are: Sam Heyd, Kent Evans, Dylan Delay, Conner Huck and Tyas Young. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
A team of WSU mechanical engineering students ponder improvements to their prototype that will compare 3D images of a nuclear material container to detect tampering. Two teams from Pullman participated with mentors from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland and delivered their projects Friday to the Richland WSU campus. From left, they are: Sam Heyd, Kent Evans, Dylan Delay, Conner Huck and Tyas Young. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

WSU students engineer nuclear security equipment

December 04, 2015 06:07 PM