Computerized tomography, or CT, technology has been widely used for medical diagnostics since the late 1970′s. As the technology has advanced, new uses have been discovered, leading to industrial computed tomography. There are many interesting facts about this generally unknown application of a widely used technology, and here are five of them, along with an explanation of what industrial computed tomography scanning entails.
How It Works
Computed tomography combines X-ray technology and with computers, where the computer produces 2D images of a 3D object with the data it receives from several X-ray machines. With people, it can be a complicated process to get images from all the angles necessary for the final result. Machines can be moved and manipulated, however, making them much easier to