Structural materials analysis by 3D computer tomography and scanning electron microscopy
In two-dimensional X-ray imaging, live images can be recorded in the tomograph at frame rates of up to five images per second. This allows components to be analyzed live and in-situ under near-operational conditions such as defined temperature, operating voltage, humidity, gas composition or with cooling water. In this way, it is possible to detect defects occurring only under certain operating conditions.
Live recording: Functional demonstrator of a simple pulsating heat pipe (PHP)
Live recording: Function demonstrator of a switchable heat pipe with integrated magnetic valve