X‑ray CT for 3D imaging of fillers and fibers

    Composites are a combination of two or more materials, and how each element is distributed influences the material's characteristics. X‑ray CT (computed tomography) provides 3D images of composites non-destructively, allowing us to analyze filler and fiber size, shape, distribution, and orientation in composites. In addition, pores and cracks in composites can be visualized and quantified.


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