Commercializing 3-D NDT

Developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (Livermore, CA), this web site describes how computed tomography (CT), ultrasound, and infrared (IR) systems can be used for nondestructive-testing (NDT) applications. The authors describe five CT systems that use three-dimensional (3-D) reconstruction techniques to visualize the internal structure of materials and fabricated parts. Commercial organizations wishing to use these technologies can link to Livermoreís Industrial Partnerships an

Dec 1st, 1996

Commercializing 3-D NDT

http://llnl.gov/IPandC/opportunities93/08/ -NDE/NDE_Overview.shtml

Developed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (Livermore, CA), this web site describes how computed tomography (CT), ultrasound, and infrared (IR) systems can be used for nondestructive-testing (NDT) applications. The authors describe five CT systems that use three-dimensional (3-D) reconstruction techniques to visualize the internal structure of materials and fabricated parts. Commercial organizations wishing to use these technologies can link to Livermoreís Industrial Partnerships and Commercialization offices, also located on this site.

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