Damage propagation in composite material
Identifying failure mechanisms in composites is important because damage often remains largely invisible externally until late in the testing process. Research using X-ray and CT technology help gain a better understanding of the failure mechanisms and develop mathematical formulae describing the degrading performance characteristics. Research aims at developing and exploiting in-situ rigs that allow multi-mode stressing to be applied on composite samples – a keen interest of international aerospace companies.
XT H 225 for all-purpose X-ray and CT inspection
Automotive Components Inspection, Metal Manufacturing, Critical assemblies of medical devices or drug delivery systems, Damage propagation in composite material, Household appliances and white goods …
XT H 320 for X-ray and CT inspection of larger samples
Purpose-built system configurations to match specific inspection requirements
Unique XT H 450 micro-focus X-ray and CT system for turbine blade and casting inspection
The XT H 225 ST is a Computed Tomography (CT) system ideally suited to a wide range of materials and small to large sample sizes. The ST cabinet can be configure...