Laboratory Diffraction Contrast Tomography is the non-destructive 3D crystallographic imaging LabDCT module available on ZEISS Xradia 520 and 620 Versa X-ray microscopes. It brings the grain mapping technique that was previously only available at a few synchrotron facilities to the home laboratory.
Learn how LabDCT can facilitate solving diverse and challenging problems in materials science from our user stories on annealing responses of cold-rolled low carbon industrial steels, abnormal grain growth in Armco iron and liquid metal embrittlement associated with grain boundary wetting in Al-Ga.
These investigations take advantage of the facts that LabDCT is a non-destructive 3D characterisation technique enabling studies of microstructural evolution, that LabDCT is seamlessly integrated with absorption tomography enabling multimodal imaging, and that the resulting grain maps enable grain boundary analysis.
Date: Thursday, November 26, 2020 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM SGT
Speaker: Jun Sun (Xnovo Technology ApS)