Laminate fibre structure characterisation by orientation-selective X-ray grating interferometry

Vincent Revol, Bernhard Plank, Christian Kottler, Johann Kastner, Rolf Kaufmann, Alex Dommann, Antonia Neels

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Abstract

Scatter dark field imaging with an X-ray grating interferometer has been implemented to probe the micro-structure of polymers, fibre-reinforced composites or light metals. The method has now been developed further to enable the characterisation of the fibre laminate structure. Experimental results obtained by scatter dark field computed tomography illustrate how information on the microstructure such as micro-cracks density and weave pattern can be gained. Future developments of the technology aim at increasing the size of the field of view and improving the robustness.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography (iCT2014)
PublisherShaker Verlag
Pages45-51
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventConference on Industrial Computed Tomography 2014 (iCT2014) - Wels, Austria
Duration: 25 Feb 201428 Feb 2014
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Conference

ConferenceConference on Industrial Computed Tomography 2014 (iCT2014)
CountryAustria
CityWels
Period25.02.201428.02.2014
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Keywords

  • Phase Contrast X-ray Imaging
  • Grating Interferometry
  • Fibre-reinforced Polymers
  • Phase Contrast Computed Tomography
  • Fibre Laminate Structure

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