Forschung http://3d-ct.at/cms2/index.php/de/forschung/projekte Sun, 04 Dec 2016 02:56:13 +0100 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management de-de m.reiter@fh-wels.at (www.3dct.at) Projekte http://3d-ct.at/cms2/index.php/de/forschung/projekte/15-projekte http://3d-ct.at/cms2/index.php/de/forschung/projekte/15-projekte Unsere Projekte

Die CT-Forschungsgruppe am Campus Wels arbeitet an verschiedenen Forschungsprojekten in Kooperation mit anderen Forschungeinrichtungen und Industriepartnern.

Laufende Forschungsprojekte  

Acronym Projektname
MiCi Multimodale und in-situ Charakterisierungsverfahren für inhomogene Werkstoffe
ADAM ADAM - Advanced Multimodal Data Analysis and Visualization of Composites based on Grating Interferometer Micro-CT Data - www.3dct.at/adam
K-Projekt ZPT+ K-Projekt für Zerstörungsfreie Prüfung und Tomografie Plus - www.zerstoerungsfrei.at
INTERAQCT International Network for the Training of Early stage Researchers on Advanced Quality control by Computed Tomography - www.interaqct.eu
NanoXCT Compact X-ray computed tomography system for non destructive characterization of nano materials - www.nanoxct.eu 
QUICOM Quantitative inspection of complex composite aeronautic parts using advanced X-ray techniques - www.quicom.eu
3D-SFC 3D Simulation der Schadensakkumulation richtungsabhängiger faserverstärkter Kunststoffe mittels Computertomografie
RegStore Speicherung von regenerativem Strom unter CO2-Bindung durch Elektro-Biotechnologie
ReCarboFit Entwicklung einer technischen Dienstleistung zur Reparatur von CFK-Bauteilen
K1-Met Competence Center for Excellent Technologies in Advanced Metallurgical and Environmental Process Development
4EMobility Energy-efficient Economic and Ecological Mobility

 

 

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elena.sell@fh-wels.at (Elena Sell) Projekte Fri, 20 Jul 2012 13:43:29 +0200
MiCi http://3d-ct.at/cms2/index.php/de/forschung/projekte/210-mici-de http://3d-ct.at/cms2/index.php/de/forschung/projekte/210-mici-de Multimodale und in-situ Charakterisierungsverfahren für inhomogene Werkstoffe

MiCi: 01.01.2016 - 31.12.2021

Multimodale und zerstörungsfreie Prüfverfahren (ZfP) sind essentielle Methoden, um Werkstoffe während eines Bearbeitungsprozesses, beispielsweise während oder nach einer thermomechanischen Behandlung, zu charakterisieren und um damit den Prozess auch in-situ überwachen zu können. In diesem Projekt werden verschiedene ZfP-Verfahren in einem multimodalen Prüfstand gleichzeitig realisiert. Dadurch ist die Vergleichbarkeit der verschiedenen ZfP-Verfahren gewährleistet. Die Anschaffung eines neuen, hochauflösenden Röntgen-Computertomographens mit in-situ Stages dient unter Anderem zur zusätzlichen Charakterisierung und Validierung der ZfP-Verfahren. Neben dieser experimentellen Validierung der ZfP-Verfahren werden deren Auflösungsgrenzen auch mit theoretischen Grenzen verglichen. Dadurch kann sowohl theoretisch als auch experimentell bestimmt werden, welche ZfP-Verfahren zur Charakterisierung von bestimmten Prozessen und Defekten in Werkstoffen am besten geeignet sind.

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m.reiter@fh-wels.at (Super User) Projekte Fri, 23 Nov 2012 08:37:56 +0100
ADAM http://3d-ct.at/cms2/index.php/de/forschung/projekte/209-adam-de http://3d-ct.at/cms2/index.php/de/forschung/projekte/209-adam-de ADAM - Advanced Multimodal Data Analysis and Visualization of Composites based on Grating Interferometer Micro-CT Data

ADAM project duration: 01.03.2016 - 28.02.2019

Within recent years, the need for new, cost-effective, function-oriented, highly integrated, and light-weight components has strongly grown in many high-tech industries such as aerospace, automotive, marine, and construction. The drivers behind this trend are mainly found in the rising application demands regarding efficiency, safety, environment, and comfort. Among desired functional and -mechanical properties, the requirements on new materials and components include high strength, elasticity, durability, energy efficiency, and light weight. Unlike conventional materials such as aluminum, steel, or alloys, fiber-reinforced polymers (FRPs) – composites made of a polymer matrix reinforced with carbon, glass, or other type of fibers – fulfill these requirements to a high extent. To design new materials and components, detailed investigations and characterizations of FRP materials are vital. In industrial settings, FRP components and materials are nondestructively tested, e.g., by visual inspection, tapping, or ultrasonic inspection. However, conventional methods are increasingly facing their limits regarding accuracy, level-of-detail, and inspection time. To overcome these limitations, industrial 3D X-ray computed tomography (XCT) has received much attention in quality control due to its high spatial resolution and ability to precisely capture external and internal structures in one scan. Compared to other non-destructive testing methods for FRPs, XCT is yet the only method capable of delivering full 3D information for detailed inspection and quality control.

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Bernhard.Froehler@fh-wels.at (open_iA) Projekte Fri, 23 Nov 2012 08:37:56 +0100
INTERAQCT http://3d-ct.at/cms2/index.php/de/forschung/projekte/166-interaqct-de http://3d-ct.at/cms2/index.php/de/forschung/projekte/166-interaqct-de International Network for the Training of Early stage Researchers on Advanced Quality control by Computed Tomography

NanoXCT: October 2013 – September 2017

The non-destructive quality control of a wide variety of high-added value products, produced by innovative manufacturing techniques, remains a challenge. Examples include additive manufacturing parts, micro parts, and fibre reinforced composite parts. Common to these workpieces is the dependency of their performance on internal and inaccessible elements. Nevertheless, customers in multiple sectors are requesting certified quality and reliability.

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elena.sell@fh-wels.at (Elena Sell) Projekte Fri, 23 Nov 2012 08:37:56 +0100