2 February 1993 Real-time computed tomography of composites during destructive testing
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The feasibility of utilizing real-time computed tomography (CT) to characterize and monitor the growth of defects in composite materials as they undergo destructive testing was investigated. The equipment consisted of an Imatron C-100 Ultrafast CT Scanner, a modified high-temperature laboratory oven, and a motor driven hydraulic ram. Three types of composites were studied: carbon-carbon, carbon-phenolic, and glass-phenolic. Time-density profiles were obtained for each type. In general, the density of the samples decreased slightly upon impact of the ram, then sharply increased before dropping back to a slightly lower constant value.
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Elan Scheinman, Elan Scheinman, Fredrick L. Roder, Fredrick L. Roder, } "Real-time computed tomography of composites during destructive testing", Proc. SPIE 1737, Neutrons, X Rays, and Gamma Rays: Imaging Detectors, Material Characterization Techniques, and Applications, (2 February 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.138677; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.138677
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