Aerospace and Automotive

The aircraft sector has seen a significant evolution in recent decades. New materials can now be used by manufacturers, extending the lifespan of aircraft. The aerospace industry uses knowledge of material behavior under harsh environments to evaluate the potential airtechnique of constraints. explore the alterations that materials go through and relate a material's micro- and nanostructure to its attributes through non-destructive research. For instance, the large structures, often present in airplanes are deeply penetrable by the high energy of synchrotron X-rays. In this industry, X-ray diffraction, X-ray fluorescence microscopy, X-ray absorption spectroscopy, and X-ray powder diffraction are the methods that are most frequently utilized.

  • Conducting fatigue testing and studying materials under stress
  • Performance evaluation of corrosion-resistant coatings
  • Stress distribution in materials as a function of depth
  • Petrochemical and petroleum product trace element analysis
  • Characterization of hydrogen storage medium and fuel cells
  • Monitoring the catalysis procedure in real time
  • Combustion techniques