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|Title:||Grain Tracking at the High Energy Materials Science Beamline of the Petra III Synchrotron Radiation Source|
|Authors:||KING A.; SCHELL N.; MARTINS Rene; BECKMANN F.; RUHNAU H.-U.; KIEHN R.; MARROW J.; LUDWIG W.; SCHREYER A.|
|Citation:||MATERIALS SCIENCE FORUM vol. 652 p. 70-73|
|Publisher:||TRANS TECH PUBLICATIONS LTD|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Grain tracking is a term used to describe experiments that investigate polycrystalline materials in terms of the crystallites or grains from which they are composed, non-destructively and in three dimensions. The new German high brilliance synchrotron radiation source, Petra III, will become available to users in 2010 . The GKSS research centre will operate two beamlines, including the high energy materials science beamline (HEMS) . HEMS will feature an instrument dedicated to grain tracking, able to support a range of experiments of this kind. This paper describes the design and specification of this instrument, and gives examples of the types of experiments that will be possible.|
|JRC Institute:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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