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  in material science, the macro properties of the material are closely related to the microstructure. in the process of preparation and use of material, accurate controlling the information of material, such as internal porosity, inclusions, crack, the number of 3d space for the material microstructure, volume fraction, distribution and so on, will help to analyze the relations between defect information and mechanical property, identify the role of defects in material failure. in turn, this will contribute to study failure mechanism and improve material quality. x-ray 3d microscopy will greatly promote the research and development of new materials and improve material performance in the field of materials.

display 3d space of structure

  • digital radiography

  • 2d slice figure

  • 3d image





structural characterization of


  • display 3d space of structure

  • volumetric solid concentration

  • morphology of components

  • orientation of statistical

  • miscellaneous(as the equivalent diameter

    of ball, ferret diamet)



  • calculation of surface/volume porosity

  • display 3d space of pore structure

  • statistics of pore morphology (size, sphericity and spatial orientation)

  • display 3d space of crack structure lstatistics of crack orientation and other information other parameters(ferret diameter, equivalent ball diameter, etc.)


   x-ray micro ct can test deep fiber orientation, layered, weaving and defects of materials nondestructively. what’s more, quantitative analysis can be done, to help with the research of failure mechanism to optimize and improve the quality of the material.


  • extraction and display of pore model 

  • display and calculation of connected pore 

  • calculation of permeability 

  • permeability anisotropy



  • calculation the uniform of internal component of the material 

  • volume calculation of inclusions and surface inclusions in particles 

  • statistics of wall thick in cellular materials