Standard 3D Computed Tomography (3D-CT) is an established technique both in medicine and non-destructive industrial testing. However, some very important and safety-critical objects, like airplane wings, printed circuit boards or fiber-reinforced lighweight construction structures cannot be appropriately examined using 3D-CT.
Geometry of the CLARA Laminography device. Image from .
We are building a novel pipeline based on Computed Laminography(CL) to allow for a robust and reliable non-destructive testing of these objects, drawing on the excellence of our team in industrial engineering, mathematical algorithm development and highly-efficient parallel software implementations.
Laminographic reconstruction using different reconstruction settings. Image from .
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