Revista de imágenes biomédicas y bioingeniería


A down to earth direct to characterizing lighted atomic fills utilizing Lie tomography.

Assel Aitkaliyevan

Centered particle pillar (Lie) tomography with combined electron backscatter diffraction (EBSD) and vitality dispersive x-ray spectroscopy (EDS) could be a method able of factually characterizing the microstructure and spatial compositional variety of atomic fuel in threedimensions. The 3D visualization from Lie tomography gives a comprehensive picture of the interconnected microstructural and compositional highlights that can affect fuel execution. Whereas these highlights are frequently characterized with surface examination, the complexity and relationship of parting items and grain boundary systems may not completely be captured by these 2D strategies. This work presents a viable direct to lie tomography that's custom-made to atomic fuel characterization. The steps utilized to gather and process the information are given in conjunction with the scripts utilized to handle the information. Also, proposals for future characterization endeavors utilizing this approach are given.