Welcome to the KU Leuven XCT Core Facility!
The KU Leuven XCT Core Facility offers X-ray Computed Tomography (XCT) infrastructure and services to study the internal structure and behavior of materials and biological tissues at different length scales.
At KU Leuven XCT Core Facility we have an extensive infrastructure of XCT scanners, in-situ stages & software.
Exploiting the rapid solidification potential of laser powder bed fusion in high strength and crack-free Al-Cu-Mg-Mn-Zr alloys
Abstract This work describes a systematic alloy design strategy resulting in the development of a high strength aluminum alloy adopted for L-PBF. First, based on
Research paper Model for calcite spherulite formation in organic, clay-rich, lacustrine carbonate shales (Barbalha Formation, Aptian, Araripe Basin, NE Brazil) Abstract The formation of carbonate spherulites,
Digital volume correlation for meso/micro in-situ damage analysis in carbon fiber reinforced composites
Digital volume correlation for meso/micro in-situ damage analysis in carbon fiber reinforced composites Abstract Recently, in-situ X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) has shown its potential
Why Choose Us
We offer an extensive infrastructure of XCT scanners, in-situ stages & software.
We have a team of experts ready to help you, located just outside Leuven, easily accessible by car or public transport. our specialists aim to provide a seamless service.
Extensive expertise in XCT imaging and advanced image processing.