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Diffraction contrast tomography for the study of polycrystalline stainless steel microstructures and stress corrosion cracking

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X-ray diffraction contrast tomography is a non-destructive technique for the 3D characterisation of polycrystalline microstructures containing up to a few 1000 grains. The sample is illuminated with a monochromatic beam of high energy synchrotron radiation. As the sample is rotated, and as grains pass through alignments for Bragg diffraction, diffraction spots are recorded on a 2D detector placed close behind the sample. The diffraction geometry is used to assign spots to the grains from whic...

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10.1051/metal/2011042

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Materials
Role:
Author
Journal:
REVUE DE METALLURGIE-CAHIERS D INFORMATIONS TECHNIQUES
Volume:
108
Issue:
1
Pages:
47-50
Publication date:
2011-01-01
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EISSN:
1156-3141
ISSN:
0035-1563
URN:
uuid:1fe7ed8d-6e9b-4d07-a7fc-f33e396de559
Source identifiers:
179752
Local pid:
pubs:179752

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