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Other contributing persons, institutions or organisationsDitscherlein, Ralf - TU Bergakademie Freiberg (orcid: 0000-0003-0233-4218) - ProjectLeader
Other contributing persons, institutions or organisationsPeuker, Urs A. - TU Bergakademie Freiberg - Supervisor
Other contributing persons, institutions or organisationsSchmidt, Volker - Universität Ulm - Supervisor
Other contributing persons, institutions or organisationsRudolph, Martin - Helmholtz Institut Freiberg für Ressourcentechnologie - Supervisor
Other contributing persons, institutions or organisationsLeißner, Thomas - TU Bergakademie Freiberg (ORCID: 0000-0003-2449-1118) - ProjectMember
Other contributing persons, institutions or organisationsFurat, Orkun - Universität Ulm - ProjectMember
Other contributing persons, institutions or organisationsde Langlard, Mathieu - Universität Ulm - ProjectMember
Other contributing persons, institutions or organisationsMartins de Souza e Silva, Juliana - Martin Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg - ProjectMember
Other contributing persons, institutions or organisationsSygusch, Johanna - Helmholtz Institut Freiberg für Ressourcentechnologie - ProjectMember
Person(s) who is (are) responsible for the content of the research dataDitscherlein, Ralf - TU Bergakademie Freiberg
Person(s) who is (are) responsible for the content of the research dataMartins de Souza e Silva, Juliana - Martin Luther Universität Halle-Wittenberg
Description of further data processingreconstruction with ZEISS Reconstructor, filtered back projection, Smoothing 0.1 (Gauß), Beam Hardening Correction 0.05 (only for polychromatic scans --> 810 ULTRA)
Type of data acquisitionExperiment: scan with micro-CT and nano-CT
Used research instruments or devicesXradia 510 VERSA
Used research instruments or devicesXradia 810 ULTRA
Research objectsPhysicalObject: volume of particle mixture (50/50) of spheres (0.2 - 2 µm) and fibres (diameter: 10 µm length: 100 - 1000 µm) embedded in a matrix (wax, 15 vol-%). The large volume was extracted with an automated syringe into a small polymeric tube (diameter: 1.8 mm) and shock frozen. After that the sample was mounted on top of a needle pin.
AbstractThis repository includes the reconstructed TIFF-files from the following measurements: LARGE (low-resolution) (due to filesize partioned in part I, II, III, IV and V) 1 large volume of particle mixture (50/50) of spheres (0.2 - 2 µm) and fibres (diameter: 10 µm length: 100 - 1000 µm) embedded in a matrix (wax, 15 vol-%). The large volume was extracted with an automated syringe into a small polymeric tube (diameter: 1.8 mm) and shock frozen. After that the sample was mounted on top of a needle pin and scanned with a micro-CT (ZEISS Versa510) at 80 keV, 7 W, low energy filter LE4, exposure time 2 s, optical magn. 4x, 3201 projections, 360°, Binning 2, Voxelsize 1.5 µm SubSample - MEDIUM (medium-resolution) (SubSample 1, 2, 3) After the scan, the LARGE volume was cutted in small disks and cutted a second time in little bars. Again, mounted on top of a needle pin and scanned with same parameters, BUT with 40x optical magnification and 25 s exposure time to go down to a system limit of 0.3 µm Voxelsize (again with ZEISS VERSA510). This was done 3 times in different heights of the LARGE volume SubSample - HIGH (high-resolution) (SubSample 1, 2, 3) After that, all SubSamples were scanned again with a nano-CT (ZEISS ULTRA810) at 5.4 keV, 60 s exposure time, 901 projections, 180°, Binning 1 to reach Voxelsize of 0.064 µm
Additional descriptive information to understand the dataREMARK: - 50 slices at top and bottom of the low-res and medium-res scans are distorted due to the cone-beam artefact. Typically they will be removed from the analyzed volume. - high-resolution scans are with artefacts due to the interior scanning of the sample. Parts outside the FOV are influencing the reconstructed volume.
Table of contents- 1 LARGE scan (overall sample), split into I, II, III, IV, V - 3 SUB-Samples medium resolution (ZEISS VERSA510) - same 3 SUB-Samples high resolution (ZEISS ULTRA810)
Languageeng
Year or period of data production2019
Publication year2019
PublisherTechnische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg
References on related materialsIsPartOf: 123456789/1652 (Handle)
Content of the research dataImage: rekonstruierte TIFF Dateien
Holder of usage rightsTechnische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg
Usage rights of the dataCC-BY-4.0
SoftwareResource Production: Scout&Scan Reconstructor 11.1.8043
Discipline(s)Engineeringde
Title of the datasetFibres and Spheres


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    including - 1 LARGE sample with low-resolution data (micro-CT, VERSA510) - splitted in I, II, III, IV, V - 3 SUB-Samples MEDIUM-resolution (cutted down from above LARGE sample, scanned with micro-CT, ZEISS VERSA510) - 3 SUB-Samples HIGH-resolution (same as MEDIUM, scanned with nano-CT, ZEISS ULTRA810)

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