This session will cover the scope and results for establishing a Neutron Quality Label (NQL) in Europe through the BrightnESS² Project. Particularly, the assessment of positioning uncertainties has been addressed at ISIS (UK), FRMII (DE), ILL (FR) and NECSA (SA).
Common alignment procedures with same samples and reporting protocols are now in place to facilitate industrial exploitation of results and furthermore instruments exchangeability, promoting a sustainable industrial use of neutron sources. The NQL is aimed to be extended worldwide including now recent partners at PSI (CH) and ANSTO (AU).
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