High Energy X-ray Imaging

Are you interested why your component broke, how to measure the geometry of your sample accurately or how your product changed after intense operation? All these questions can be addressed with X-ray computed tomography.

The X-ray sources available at the Center for X-ray Analytics cover a broad range up to an X-ray energy of 6 MeV, which allows to penetrate steel up to 300mm. High spatial resolution can be achieved using a 300 kV high energy microfocus tube. Typical applications are failure analysis in broken appliances to identify defects non-destructively, 3D modelling of structures, metrology for first article inspection, and the monitoring of dynamical processes.

Furthermore we develop new methodologies for airport security and cargo inspection, high energy specific X-ray data acquisition procedures and application tools for image data processing. For the design and optimization of computed tomography systems we apply Monte Carlo simulations.

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X-ray radiography scan of EURECA (European Retrievable Carrier) with dimensions of 5.0 x 3.0 x 2.5 m
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3D-CT visualization of an optical radiation furnace designed for the growth of single, uniform crystals
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Foto (left) and radiography (right) of apples with hidden explosives and hand grenade