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141st SPring-8 Seminar

Subtitle/Subject X-ray tomography and diffraction at the ESRF applied to materials science
Period to Jul 01 , 2005
Venue Kamitsubo Hall
Host/Organizer JASRI/SPring-8
Format Lecture

Date & Time: 13:30-14:30, July 1, 2005

Speaker: Dr. Eric Maire
Affiliation: CNRS, France

  The lecture will review some of the research carried out by the GEMPPM laboratory in the field of using synchrotron radiation to study the microstructure and deformation of structural materials. The main technique used is the imaging by absorption, phase contrast, diffraction and holo tomography. These different aspects of imaging will be illustrated on various systems ranging from metal, polymers and ceramics, composites and cellular materials. In situ sollicitation in temperature, by tension or compression monotonous and fatigue loading will also be presented. The lecture will emphasize the description of the techniques and also the use of the images once they are obtained, by 3D image processing, FE Based modelling, strain field measurement through digital image correlatioon or tracking of particles... X-ray microdiffraction results will be shown to have been coupled with success to imaging in the case of Ti-SiC MMCs.

Contact Address Kentaro Uesugi (PHS 3928) JASRI/SPring-8

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