MHz – Tomoscopy

is the new Horizon Europe project aimed to build the first multiprojection hard X-ray microscopy device with phenomenal sampling rate, capable to observe fast phenomena in 3D. We believe this will enable whole new field of opportunities for science and technology, by direct observation of dynamics – especially those objects which are opaque to other imaging modalities – up to now accessible only to theoretical simulations and speculations

MHz Tomoscopy

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Modern enabling technologies, such as additive manufacturing or cavitation peening used in the aerospace and automotive industries, suffer from a lack of diagnostic tools. To date, one cannot provide relevant volumetric information about the fast processes involved. The realization of this project will break the current limits in fast, 4D X-ray microscopy by three orders of magnitude. It will be possible to visualize and characterize dynamics reaching velocities up to ~km/s for the first time with micron-scale resolutions. Instead of sample rotation, we will generate multiple X-ray probes and virtually rotate them around the sample to obtain with a single exposure multiple angular views simultaneously. Using modern X-ray sources with very high brilliance, each such 3D frame may be sampled at kHz rates at synchrotrons and even MHz rates at X-ray free-electron laser sources.

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    FATRA Application

    FATRA (FAst Train Review Application) is a new software application developed and presented by Peter Szeles at the University of Pavol Jozef Šafárik in Košice, Slovakia. FATRA addresses the need for efficient real-time capture and analysis of streaming data, specifically focusing on high-speed scientific camera applications. FATRA leverages the capabilities of the StreamViewReplay program, a…

  • Revealing the origins of vortex cavitation in a Venturi tube by high speed X-ray imaging

    Revealing the origins of vortex cavitation in a Venturi tube by high speed X-ray imaging

    Hydrodynamic cavitation is useful in many processing applications, for example, in chemical reactors, water treatment and biochemical engineering. An important type of hydrodynamic cavitation that occurs in a Venturi tube is vortex cavitation known to cause luminescence whose intensity is closely related to the size and number of cavitation events. However, the mechanistic origins of…

  • MHz Tomoscopy Featured on Physics of Fluids Journal Cover Page

    MHz Tomoscopy Featured on Physics of Fluids Journal Cover Page

    https://pubs.aip.org/aip/pof/article/35/11/113323/2922878/Laser-induced-single-droplet-fragmentation?searchresult=1

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