X-ray tomography development

X-ray tomography development

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Caption: X-ray tomography development. Professor setting up the x-ray micro-computerised Tomograph at the Engineering Materials Integration Centre, University of Leicester, UK. This scanning technique is similar to a CT (computed tomography) scan. It will be used for tracking solidification reactions in alloys used for aerospace applications and studying micro-fossils. This tracking allows understanding of how metal microstructures can be manipulated to create high strength materials with good creep resistance.

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