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X-ray imaging systems for NDT and general applications

: Kröning, M.; Hirsch, O.; Shulgin, B.; Raikov, D.; Kidibaev, M.; Koroleva, T.; Hanke, R.; Baumbach, T.

Indian Society for Non-Destructive Testing:
NDE 2002 : 5 - 7 December 2002, ISNT Chapters in Chennai, Kalpakkam & Sriharikota
Hyderabad: Indian Society for Non-Destructive Testing, 2002
Paper 95
NDE <2002, Chennai>
Conference Paper
Fraunhofer IZFP ()
x-ray technique; target; micro-tomography; x-ray tomography

Real-time digital image processing based on digital sensor arrays opens completely new application areas for X-ray inspections. Exciting developments are underway, and new dimensions of X-ray imaging are already apparent.
New X-ray sytems provide information on material structures and processes, for which it was just a dream only 10 years ago. As example, solid metal foams can be employed for light- weight construction with good energy dissipation requirements and are thus interesting for ground transportation vehicles and aerospace applications. Fast radiography is a very helpful technique for visualizing the decay of metal foams in the liquid state which allows to draw conclusions on the physics of foaming and foaming technology.
A careful analysis of future NDT systems is imperative to keep the competitiveness in broad areas of industrial NDT and consumer applications.