X-ray Computed Tomography scanner

Equipment/facility: Equipment

  • Location

    United States

Equipments Details

Description

The X-ray Computed Tomography lab (XRCT) has an X5000 high resolution micro-CT system and an image processing lab available to internal and external customers. This nondestructive technique is useful in many fields including Geology, Paleontology, Anthropology, Medical Devices, Engineering, Electronics, and Composite Materials. Initial funding for this facility was provided by the University’s Infrastructure Investment Initiative.

What we offer:
Fast turnaround times
Training for larger projects
Access to image processing lab at no additional cost
Free test scans for proof-of-concept and grant proposals

Details

NameX5000 Micro-CT scanner
Acquisition date3/1/12

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  • Research Output

    Nonequilibrium flow through porous thermal protection materials, Part II: Oxidation and pyrolysis

    Poovathingal, S., Stern, E. C., Nompelis, I., Schwartzentruber, T. E. & Candler, G. V., Mar 1 2019, In : Journal of Computational Physics. 380, p. 427-441 15 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 2 Scopus citations

    Pushing the record of trematode parasitism of bivalves upstream and back to the Cretaceous

    Rogers, R. R., Rogers, K. A. C., Bagley, B. C., Goodin, J. J., Hartman, J. H., Thole, J. T. & Zaton, M., May 1 2018, In : Geology. 46, 5, p. 431-434 4 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle