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Micro-CT Applications for Manufacturing Process Optimization

Comparison of medical and industrial X-ray computed tomography for non-destructive testing Industrial micro-CT scanning is a laboratory-based non-destructive testing technique used in a variety of applications for samples ranging from 1mm to typicallty about 300mm in diameter. Micro-CT scanners are used for industrial non-destructive testing due to the superior resolution possible compared …

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Micro-CT Examination of Seal Integrity in Glass Vials

Closure systems for glass vials containing parenteral pharmaceuticals are critical for protecting the contents against microbial or other environmental contamination. The most common closure system consists of an elastomer stopper held in place by a crimped aluminum band. Compression is applied during the sealing process, which can affect the closure integrity. We …

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Micro-CT Applications for Archaeological Forensic Studies

Modern Forensics Reveal Gruesome Details Of King Richard III’s Death ABSTRACT Richard III was buried in haste in 1485 after he was killed in battle and the whereabouts of his remains were unknown for centuries. In 2012, a skeleton was excavated from the former site of the Church of the Greyfriars in …

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Micro-CT Examination of a Human Skull

One of the most intriguing and historic forensic examinations of a human skull was that of King Richard III’s, the last king of the House of York and the last of the Plantagenet dynasty. King Richard III’s death in the final battle of the Wars of the Roses marked the end of …

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Micro-CT Applications for Examining Archaeological Ceramics

Insights into manufacturing techniques of archaeological pottery: Industrial X-ray computed tomography as a tool in the examination of cultural material ABSTRACT Using micro-CT is becoming increasingly valued in archaeological ceramic studies because of its non-destructive nature and ability to provide valuable data and interior images. Of particular interest is the use of …

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Micro-CT Examination of Wooden and Metal Jewelry

 Precious artifacts and historical art objects are often affected by decay, environmental pollution, vandalism, or just simple age and neglect. Micro-CT is well suited to analyze historical artifacts for restoration and preservation, allowing conservators to inspect the exterior surfaces and interior structures without destroying the original objects. Unlike ordinary 2D radiography, …

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DEXA InAlyzer System for measuring BMD and body composition in lab animals.

The role of DEXA in obesity and osteoporosis research

Biomedical research is essential for confronting the complex factors that underlie the nation’s major health issues, including skyrocketing obesity and rising osteoporosis in our aging society. InAlyzer® DEXA Systems use dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) to measure bone mineral density and body composition in laboratory animals. This simple, quick, and noninvasive technology …

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Micro-CT Applications for Oil and Gas Exploration

Progress and developing trends of unconventional oil and gas geological research ABSTRACT “The progress in pore structure characterization, hydrocarbon occurrence state, mechanism of oil and gas accumulation, main controlling factors and high production model of unconventional oil and gas is reviewed”. Future challenges in unconventional oil and gas geological research and engineering …

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Micro-CT for Imaging an Automobile Part

New High-Capacity 3D X-ray Microscopy Generates Excellent Image Quality in Just Seconds Now it is possible to scan larger, dense objects with a desktop micro-CT instrument, obtaining excellent image quality in as little as 12 seconds. Bruker’s new SkyScan 1273 handles objects up to 500 mm length, 300 mm diameter, and a …

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Micro-CT of an Electronic Organic Resistor

Semiconductor and electronics manufacturers are continually introducing new processing technologies and materials in order to make devices smaller, faster, cheaper, and more efficient. With decreasing length scales and the challenges of introducing new materials, new characterization techniques are required to develop next-generation materials and validate new processes. Micro-CT is well suited for …

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