RELIANCE research projects

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Demonstration of X-ray
Demonstration of X-ray refocusing yielding depth-resolution of a small twig. The method is versatile with respect to focusing depth, depending on the number and separation of chosen projection angles.

RELIANCE is divided into four work packages.

Work Package 1: Instrumentation and Data Acquisition

DC1 Prototyping platform for real-time analysis for ultrafast SAXS/WAXS on fibres, composites and polymer film.
PI: Jens Wetzel, DTU

DC2 Quantification and digitization of composite structure using the sparse, fast imaging concept.
PI: Tomas Zikmund, CEITEC

DC U1 Prototyping platform for real-time depth resolved imaging.
PI: Prasad Potluri, University of Manchester

DC S1 Multi-scale characterization of carbon fiber composites using X-rays.
PI: Marianne Liebi, PSI

Work Package 2: Instrumentation and Data Acquisition

DC3 In-line, real-time reconstruction of X-ray image data.
PI: Joost Batenburg, UL

DC4 Real-time quality enhancement of reconstructed X-ray scattering data.
PI: Joost Batenburg, UL

DC S2 Computational development of X-ray scattering tensor tomography.
PI: Marianne Liebi, PSI

Work Package 3: Data Analysis and Validation

DC5 Geometric model for ultrafast deep inference of X-ray scattering.
PI: Vedrana Andersen Dahl DTU

DC6 Machine learning accelerated segmentation and modelling of 3D reinforced composites.
PI: Martin Fagerström, Chalmers

DC7 Fast and automated composite's defect detection via an integrated digital environment.
PI: Ali Chirazi, Thermofisher Scientific FEI

Work Package 4: Modelling and Applications

DC8 3D X-ray imaging and scattering techniques for advanced material characterization of pultruded carbon fibre composites for wind turbine blades.
PI: Lars P. Mikkelsen, DTU

DC9 Structural battery composites.
PI: Leif Asp, Chalmers

DC10 Waviness and kinking in unidirectional composites – Modelling.
PI: Ragnar Larsson, Chalmers

DC U2 Waviness and kinking in 1D Composites.
PI: Phil Withers, University of Manchester