Did you know that you can use CT for modeling and simulations? In this Deep Dive series, we will run three episodes to cover a specific topic and take a deep dive into it. We will look into the digital rock analysis from July through September, then filtration analysis from October to December.
You will learn how to optimize data collection parameters to achieve accurate simulation analysis for each class of materials. Then you will see how CT images are segmented and quantified, and finally see how the segmented results are used to run various flow and mechanical property simulations.
Our webinar series has helped many people learn what X-ray CT (computed tomography) is, how it works, and how it can help in various areas. If you are wondering if this technique is for you or looking for an imaging technique that can help you solve your research and production problems, you can start here.
Interactive workshop series
We have demonstrated many X-ray CT tools in our workshops. You can see a demonstration of micro and sub-micron resolution CT scanners and image analysis software. We experiment with different scan and analysis conditions we choose with the live audience, compare the results, and discuss how to improve image quality and analysis results for various samples. If you want to see how X-ray CT measurements and analyses are done in action, you can start with this workshop series.
Available on-demand episodes:
- Micro-CT Data Collection Techniques Part 1
- High-resolution CT Data Collection Techniques Part 1
- CT Data Analysis Techniques using Dragonfly Part 1
- CT Data Analysis Techniques using ImageJ
- Micro-CT Data Collection Techniques Part 2
- High-resolution CT Data Collection Techniques Part 2
- CT Data Analysis Techniques using Dragonfly Part 2
- Viewers Choice - CT Data Analysis Techniques using ImageJ
Have you ever wondered how things like denoising, unsharp filter, and CT reconstruction work? Or how to choose the right technique? In this workshop, we will review how these image processing techniques work and how to choose the right one, depending on the goal of the analysis. This is an interactive workshop. We will demonstrate some of the techniques using ImageJ and Dragonfly. You can download the sample images and follow us through the process and ask questions.