Computed Tomography (CT) has been a well-established technology in medical diagnostics for decades. In the past few years, industrial 3D imaging has become a very powerful non-destructive analytical methods. It can provide detailed information about the object of interest, e.g. its structure, composition, defect/pore sizes and their distribution.

It is possible to use Computed Tomography in order to analyse properties of engineered objects for a number of different applications, e.g.:

  • Porosity determination 
  • Wall thickness analysis 
  • Calculation of fiber orientations and many others…
One example is shown below, the porosity determination of an aerate concrete sample.