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Looking for a greener future with industrial CT

Looking for a greener future with industrial CT
High flux CT (computed tomography) equipment has been purchased from Nikon Metrology, to investigate energy-related materials non-destructively, such as those found in batteries, electrolysis cells and fuel cells. DTU Energy, the department of energy conversion and storage that is part of the Technical University of Denmark, will use the high energy, 225kV, microfocus source to penetrate dense samples in the search for suitable materials to develop sustainable, green energy systems.
5th December 2016

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