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X-ray tomography

Identification of Facility
TitleX-ray tomography
AcronymXRT
Key wordsXRT, x-ray, tomography, imaging, non-invasive, non-destructive, visualization
Latest version2013/03/13
ManufacturerGeneral Electric
ModelPhoenix v[tome]x
DescriptionThe XRT is suitable to measure the 3D structure with high spatial resolution of a broad range of product ranging from small (<mm-sized) low dense materials to large high dense (up to 40 cm, 50 kg) materials within minutes. It is therefore suitable for an enormous broad range of applications.
XRT - Wageningen UR-FBR
Images
Weblinkhttp://www.ge-mcs.com/download/x-ray/phoenix-x-ray/GEIT-31319_EN_vtomex_m9_11.pdf
Possibilities and limitsresolution:

Object sizePixel size
1 mm1.5 µm
5 mm3.4 µm
10 mm5.9 µm
50 mm25.6 µm
100 mm51.7 µm
250 mm124.7 µm


max. sample weight: 50kg
max. sample size: 600 mm x 300 mm (height x diameter)


http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/Expertise-Services/Facilities/CATAgroFood-3/Our-facilities/Show/Xray-computer-Tomography-XRT-CT-Noninvasive-3D-imaging-of-internal-structures.htm

Application
Application fields food products, plants, seeds, fibres, wood, paper, rocks, soil, etc..
Application examples • solid and semi-solid foods like foams, emulsions, meat(replacers), cheese, bread, cereals, etc.

• dynamical behaviour (stability in time) of above mentioned food systems
• colloidal particles in foods like fibres, starch granules, emulsion droplets, etc.
• root growth of plants in the soil
• soil morphology and soil macro fauna
• insects, fish, feathers, birds and other small animals
• plants, seeds, fibres, wood, paper
• rock morphology
• composite materials
• 3D metrology

Technology sheets that might be related to this facility
Title
X-ray for non-invasive food quality control

Accessibility & Support Service
Access conditions
Access conditions further comments Please contact Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research to discuss the possibilities
Languages
Other languages
Training
Training further comments
Technical help
Technical help further comments

Contact data
Contact person Remco Hamoen
Institute/company Wageningen UR - FBR
Country Netherlands
Address Bornse Weilanden 9, 6708 WG Wageningen

Phoenix v[tome]xwarning.png"Phoenix v[tome]x" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki. X-ray tomography XRT XRT, x-ray, tomography, imaging, non-invasive, non-destructive, visualization 2013/03/13 General Electric Phoenix v[tome]xwarning.png"Phoenix v[tome]x" cannot be used as a page name in this wiki. The XRT is suitable to measure the 3D structure with high spatial resolution of a broad range of product ranging from small (<mm-sized) low dense materials to large high dense (up to 40 cm, 50 kg) materials within minutes. It is therefore suitable for an enormous broad range of applications.
XRT - Wageningen UR-FBR http://www.ge-mcs.com/download/x-ray/phoenix-x-ray/GEIT-31319_EN_vtomex_m9_11.pdf resolution:

Object sizePixel size
1 mm1.5 µm
5 mm3.4 µm
10 mm5.9 µm
50 mm25.6 µm
100 mm51.7 µm
250 mm124.7 µm


max. sample weight: 50kg
max. sample size: 600 mm x 300 mm (height x diameter)


http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/Expertise-Services/Facilities/CATAgroFood-3/Our-facilities/Show/Xray-computer-Tomography-XRT-CT-Noninvasive-3D-imaging-of-internal-structures.htm


food products, plants, seeds, fibres, wood, paper, rocks, soil, etc.. • solid and semi-solid foods like foams, emulsions, meat(replacers), cheese, bread, cereals, etc.
• dynamical behaviour (stability in time) of above mentioned food systems
• colloidal particles in foods like fibres, starch granules, emulsion droplets, etc.
• root growth of plants in the soil
• soil morphology and soil macro fauna
• insects, fish, feathers, birds and other small animals
• plants, seeds, fibres, wood, paper
• rock morphology
• composite materials
• 3D metrology

Please contact Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research to discuss the possibilities




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Created by Hamoen on 13 March 2013, at 11:50