The hard spectrum which is available on the BAMline at Berlin's
synchrotron BESSY offers the rare opportunity to perform
high-resolution X-ray imaging experiments with a partially coherent
beam. This thesis work reports on the development of a new
tomography system, including Fresnel-propagated imaging, and its
application to three specific materials science problems from the
fields of engineering materials, biology and earth science: A) 2D
and 3D images were recorded from a variety of aluminum-based alloys
to characterize coarsening of particle agglomerates (at high solid
volume fraction) in liquid solution, as well as rheological
properties of semi-solid alloys. B) Dentin is the bulk material of
teeth characterized by a quasi-parallel arrangement of
micrometer-sized tubules which are believed to incarnate a natural
mechanical design. C) Understanding rock fracture is one of the
fundamental problems in earth science now reviewed in three
VDM Verlag Dr. Mueller E.K.
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