Time-resolved 3D imaging with X-rays has rapidly emerged as an essential technique to understand materials evolution, facilitating in situ investigations ranging from mechanical deformation to fluid flow in porous materials. In this webinar we explore the challenges and innovations that have led to this capability, highlighting a number of examples across materials science, life science, and geoscience applications.
4D visualization of the collapse of the foam head of a strong Belgian lager. 70 scans were obtained using the TESCAN DynaTOM, at a temporal resolution of 15 seconds per scan.
Presenter: Luke Hunter
About Luke Hunter
Luke Hunter is the regional product manager for North and South America for TESCAN’s Micro-CT product lines with over a decade of experience in micro-computed tomography. He received his master’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley, CA USA) in Mechanical Engineering and his bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Washington State University (Pullman, WA USA).