Project Overview
Synchrotron radiation tomography (Synchrotron Radiation Computed Tomography, referred to as SRCT) is an advanced imaging technology, which uses high brightness and high energy X-rays emitted by synchrotron radiation sources for tomography. Compared with traditional X-ray tomography (X-ray Computed Tomography, XCT), SRCT provides higher spatial resolution and better contrast to soft tissue. These characteristics make SRCT widely used in medical imaging, material science and other fields, especially in the need for high-precision imaging and detailed structural analysis.
Scope of application
  • Pore material analysis
    In the analysis of porous materials, SRCT is used to describe the micro-pore structure of materials in detail, such as pore size, distribution and connectivity between pores, which is very important to study the adsorption, permeability and strength properties of materials.
  • Fiber material analysis
    In the analysis of fiber materials, SRCT can provide accurate three-dimensional structure information of fibers, which is helpful to understand its mechanical properties and fiber arrangement.
  • Rock and mineral analysis
    SRCT is used to observe the internal structure of rocks and minerals, including fractures, crystal structures and mineral composition, which is very important in the fields of geology and mineral exploration.
  • Battery and energy storage
    In the field of battery and energy storage, SRCT can be used to detect the microstructure changes in the battery, such as the degradation of electrode materials and lithium deposition, which can help to optimize the battery design and improve its performance.
  • Food and drug analysis
    SRCT can be used to observe its internal structure and composition distribution in food and drug analysis, which helps to ensure the quality and safety of products.
  • Metal and alloy analysis
    SRCT is used to reveal the micro-defects, crystal structure and stress distribution of materials in the analysis of metals and alloys, which is very important for materials science and engineering applications.