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Evaluation and development of non-destructive core analysis using x-ray computed tomography
by Minerals and Energy Research Institute of Western Australia in East Perth, WA
Written in English
|Statement||by L. Coshell ... [et al.].|
|Series||Report / Minerals and Energy Research Institute of Western Australia ;, no. 69, Report (Minerals and Energy Research Institute of Western Australia) ;, no. 69.|
|LC Classifications||TN270, Microfiche 98/33 (T)|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||98116852|
Plant phenotyping refers to a quantitative description of the plant’s anatomical, ontogenetical, physiological and biochemical properties. Today, rapid developments are taking place in the field of non-destructive, image-analysis -based phenotyping that allow for a characterization of plant traits in high-throughput. During the last decade, ‘the field of image Cited by: An interest to novel methods of non-destructive testing (NDT) used for composite structures has been growing during the last decade due to the industrial necessities and development of measurement devices. The promising approach applied for NDT of composite structures is the vibration-based analysis with further processing of measurement data using advanced signal Cited by: 2.
x-ray computed microtomography (X-ray μCT)  Straumit et al  have used X-ray micro-computed tomography registration with statistical image segmentation of the textile internal architecture to calculate a correct (within the experimental scatter) homogenised textile reinforcement permeability for a non-crimp fabric using computational. (). Development and application of ultrasonic dry contact and air contact C-scan systems for non-destructive evaluation of aerospace components. Mater Eval (). Development of an ultrasonic diagnostic instrument. (). Development of medical : Péter Vince Bálint.
Three-dimensional measurement of fractures in heterogeneous materials using high-resolution X-ray computed tomography Richard A. Ketcham Department of Geological Sciences, Jackson School of Geosciences, 1 University Station C, Cited by: Dynamic imaging of oil shale pyrolysis using synchrotron X-ray microtomography Tarik Saif 1, Qingyang Lin 1, Kamaljit Singh 1, Branko Bijeljic 1, and Martin J. Blunt 1. 1 Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College London, London, UK. Abstract. The structure and connectivity of the pore space during the pyrolysis of oil shales determines hydrocarbon ﬂow .
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Non-Destructive Evaluation. X-ray computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). in ‘Braeburn’ tissue during the development of the. Abstract. X-ray computed tomography (CT) has established itself as an important tool in industrial inspection and material sciences.
Outside medical radiology, today X-ray CT is applied to three major fields of applications: (1) nondestructive testing (NDT) and evaluation for quality inspection, (2) metrology measurement based on three-dimensional volume representations of the.
In the past decate, X-ray computed tomography (CT) has provided a valuable core analysis tool (Withjack et al., ).The philosophy behind the approach.
Using x-ray computed tomography (CT) for non-destructive 3-D imaging and analysis of soil physical properties has been investigated for over 30 years. However, applying this system in soil science has remained a specialized research area using primarily low-resolution medical-grade x-ray CT units that were not designed for soil analysis by: 5.
Nondestructive testing (NDT) is a wide group of analysis techniques used in science and technology industry to evaluate the properties of a material, component or system without causing damage. The terms nondestructive examination (NDE), nondestructive inspection (NDI), and nondestructive evaluation (NDE) are also commonly used to describe this technology.
X-ray microcomputed tomography (μCT) or microfocus computed tomography is conceptually equivalent to medical CT, where hardware characteristics and arrangements are optimized for high spatial resolution (in the order of 1 to μm), typically used for imaging material and tissue samples ex vivo and in situ, with typical sample dimensions in Cited by: 5.
After image processing of X-ray tomography slices of pears (Figure ; left series of images), it was possible to measure non-destructively the breakdown development (in terms of area percentage of affected and unaffected tissue as well as the cavity and core area per slice) during storage measured on actual slices (Figure ; right series Cited by: Introduction.
X-ray computed tomography (CT) is a well-established tissue imaging technique employed in a variety of research and clinical settings.
1 Specifically, CT is a non-invasive clinical diagnostic tool that allows for 3D visual reconstruction and segmentation of tissues of interest. High resolution CT systems can be used to perform non-destructive 3D Cited by: Industrial radiography is a method of non-destructive testing where many types of manufactured components can be examined to verify the internal structure and integrity of the specimen.
Industrial Radiography can be performed utilizing either X-rays or gamma are forms of electromagnetic difference between various forms of electromagnetic energy is. This paper demonstrates the combined use of X-ray computed tomography (XCT), energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX) and X-ray fluorescence (XRF) to evaluate the conservational history of the dentary (lower jaw) of Megalosaurus bucklandii Mantell,the first scientifically described dinosaur.
Previous analysis using XCT revealed that the specimen Author: Paul Wilson, M. Smith, J. Hay, Jason M. Warnett, Alex Attridge, M. Williams. Abstract. Several important technological and economic trends are shaping the research on non-destructive testing techniques.
X-ray computed tomography is also a NDT product of these ongoing developments and has become a very important tool for doctors, material scientists, geologists, biologists, civil engineers, bio-engineers, dentists, quality Cited by: 6.
At each point, after the non destructive measurement with SG, 3 clods of volumes  were collected at the depth of m for the determination of the bulk density by the PS method and by gamma ray computed tomography (GCT). Two main analysis methods were used in the present study, namely, SEM-based mineralogical analysis (MLA) and X-ray computed tomography (XCT).
SEM-based mineralogy (MLA) is a two-dimensional image analysis method based on scanning electron microscopy coupled with energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy [ 9, 10 ].
A number of non-destructive methods for internal quality evaluation have been studied by different researchers over the past eight decades. X-ray and computed tomography imaging techniques are few of them which are gaining popularity now days in various fields of agriculture and food quality evaluation.
These techniques, so far predominantly used in. Kelli L. Welker, Joseph D. Orkin and Timothy M. Ryan, Analysis of intraindividual and intraspecific variation in semicircular canal dimensions using high‐resolution x‐ray computed tomography, Journal of Anatomy,4, (), ().Cited by: Carbon fiber-reinforced composite has an excellent X-ray transmission rate as well as specific modulus and strength.
The major components of medical devices, X-ray systems, and computed tomography (CT) equipment that require superior X-ray transmission performance also require structural performance for deformation.
Therefore, medical components consist of a sandwich Cited by: 1. X-ray-Computed Tomography Contrast Agents. Non-destructive determination of floral staging in cereals using X-ray micro computed tomography (µCT) Analysis of 3D Prints by X-ray Computed Microtomography and Terahertz Pulsed Imaging.
Daniel Markl, J. Axel Zeitler, Cited by: Computed tomography (CT) is a non-destructive technology that produces an image of an internal slice through a sample via the reconstruction of a matrix of X-ray attenuation coefficients [1,2].
An imaged slice can be divided into an n x n matrix of voxels (volume elements).Cited by: 2. In industrial radiography there are several imaging methods available, techniques to display the final image, i.e. Film Radiography, Real Time Radiography (RTR), Computed Tomography (CT), Digital Radiography (DR), and Computed Radiography (CR).
There are two different radioactive sources available for industrial use; X-ray and Gamma-ray. Due to technological development, state-of-the-art high-resolution X-ray computed tomography (CT) systems can be developed, enabling the internal visualization of geomaterials in three dimensions.
However, in order to obtain structural information one also needs proper three-dimensional (3D) analysis by:. A number of non-destructive methods for internal quality evaluation have been studied by different researchers over the past eight decades.
X-ray and computed tomography imaging techniques are few of them which are gaining popularity now days in various fields of agriculture and food quality evaluation. Pfeifer, F., Kastner, J., Freytag, R.: Method for three-dimensional evaluation and visualization of the distribution of fibres in glass-fibre reinforced injection moulded parts by µ-X-ray computed tomography.
In: Proceedings of 17th World Congress on Non-destructive Testing. ChSNDT, Shanghai () Google ScholarAuthor: Bernhard Harrer, Johann Kastner.Tahara R, Larsson HCE () Quantitative analysis of microscopic X-ray computed tomography imaging: Japanese quail embryonic soft tissues with iodine staining.
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