High-Pressure-Preferred Orientation Diffractometer (HIPPO)

The High-Pressure-Preferred Orientation (HIPPO) diffractometer is a collaborative effort between LANSCE and the University of California. The instrument gets extremely high neutron count rates by utilizing scattering angles.

Schematic of the HIPPO neutron diffractometer with top hat (yellow, color online) inserted into the HIPPO chamber (blue) surrounded by six detector rings (red).
A Furnace with Rotating Load Frame for In Situ High Temperature Deformation and Creep Experiments in a Neutron Diffraction Beam Line - Scientific Figure on ResearchGate. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/225271681_fig3_Schematic-of-the-HIPPO-neutron diffractometer-with-top-hat-yellow-color-online [accessed 26 May, 2016]