Video Library

  • 3D Real-Time Camera

    • Mohammad Tayeb Al Qaseer, Research Associate Professor
    • Reza Zoughi, Kirby Gray (Battelle) Chair in Engineering
  • Balsa Wood and Rubber

    • Random scanning real-time SAR image of a small piece rubber in sandwiched balsa wood.
    • Reza Zoughi, Kirby Gray (Battelle) Chair in Engineering
    • Mohammad Tayeb Al Qaseer, Research Associate Professor
  • Cell Battery CT slices

    • Zhan Zhang, Assistant Scientist
  • Corrosion

    • Near-field imaging of corrosion under paint in a steel plate.
    • Reza Zoughi, Kirby Gray (Battelle) Chair in Engineering
  • Flashlight CT scan

    • Computed tomography (CT) is a process wherein numerous x-ray images are acquired as a test object is rotated around. Each individual radiograph provides a two-dimensional view through the object, and then all of these images are reconstructed using sophisticated computer techniques. The result is a 3D-like representation of the part, similar to a CAD object. It can be moved in virtual space, and planes cut through the past, showing internal features.
    • Dave Utrata, Associate Scientist
  • Liquid Penetrant

    • Liquid penetrant testing exploits the high capillary action of particular fluids to seep into surface breaking features, thus revealing the presence of flaws. In this video, a basic red penetrant is applied to a part and, after a specific procedure, is blotted back out of a crack, spreading laterally enough to provide an indication vivid enough for detection. While ostensibly simple in application, this test method requires careful attention to processing details to maximize its potential for flaw-finding.
    • Dave Utrata, Associate Scientist
  • Magnetic Particle movie

    • This video shows the magnetic particle process. When a current is passed through a test object, a magnetic field is established perpendicular to the current direction. At the point of surface breaking cracks, this field leaks into air, attracting fine magnetic particles. In the instance shown, the particles have been tagged with a fluorescent tracer to vividly stand out when viewed under ultraviolet lighting.
    • Dave Utrata, Associate Scientist
  • Microwave detection of surface-breaking crack under thin coating

    • Reza Zoughi, Kirby Gray (Battelle) Chair in Engineering
  • Microwave surface-breaking crack detection

    • Reza Zoughi, Kirby Gray (Battelle) Chair in Engineering
  • Real-Time Multiview SAR Imaging Using a Portable Microwave Camera With Arbitrary Movement

    • Mohammad Tayeb Al Qaseer, Research Associate Professor
    • Reza Zoughi, Kirby Gray (Battelle) Chair in Engineering
    • In cooperation with Dr. J. Laviada, University of Oviedo, Spain
  • Rotary Scanner

    • Reza Zoughi, Kirby Gray (Battelle) Chair in Engineering
    • Mohammad Tayeb Al Qaseer, Research Associate Professor
  • Sensing skin of soft-elastomeric capacitors (SECs) used to reconstruct strain fields in real time.

    • Simon Laflamme, Associate Professor
  • Soil Sample CT Slices

    • Zhan Zhang, Assistant Scientist
  • Water in honeycomb composite

    • Random scanning real-time SAR image of ~0.1 cc or water in a honeycomb composite panel.
    • Reza Zoughi, Kirby Gray (Battelle) Chair in Engineering
    • Mohammad Tayeb Al Qaseer, Research Associate Professor