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121st SPring-8 Seminar

Subtitle/Subject Bulk strain-, phase-, and texture mesurements with high spatial resolution using novel slit systems and high energy synchrotron radiation./HARWI II: The new high energy materials science beamline of GKSS at the HASYLAB
Period to Jun 23 , 2004
Host/Organizer JASRI/SPring-8
Format Lecture
Fields Beamlines・Instrumentation (including Accelerators and Light Sources), Materials Science

Date&Time: 11:00-12:00, 23 June 2004

Speaker: Dr. Rene Martins
Affiliation: Institute for Materials Research, HASYLAB, DESY

  In recent years two types of novel slit systems, the so called conical slit cell and the spiral slit system, have been developped at the ESRF. In combination with a large area detector with fast readout and a microfocussed high energy synchrotron beam dynamic in-situ texture and strain measurements became feasible.
  The talk will focus in particular on the texture and strain investigation of solid Al torsion samples, using the conical slit cell. The capabilities of the spiral slit system will be demonstrated by its application to the studies of dissimilar friction stir welds.

  In the second part an overview will be given of the new high energy materials science beamline of GKSS at the HASYLAB which is presently under construction. In an outlook the planned experimental setups in the field of tomography and diffraction will be described.

Contact Address Alfred Baron (PHS 3883) JASRI/SPring-8

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