2016 October 26 - December 13
2017 January 25 - March 7
- Beams of x-rays transmit through metallic samples
- White Beam Capability
- High Energy X-rays (5-80keV)
- Enhanced User Support
- 1,300 user visits/year
To bridge the gap between design and materials through X-rays.
Why Choose InSitμ?
The team at InSitµ provides enhanced support for a new generation of industrial users, strengthening your experience during the experiment and simulation.
We are material modelers. We work with mechanical civil, and structural engineers to create mathematical modeling, build a computational prototype, and then validate that modeling design to measure, understand and account for stress.
Capabilities of InSitμ
- The white beam capability of the Cornell compact undulator insertion device enables detailed mapping of stress gradients at an engineering sized scale. Bring us a section of
- Monochromatic experiments with software infrastructure to map deformation response at micro and meso scale.
- Detectors- mmpad CAD teluriden - offers capability to look at dynamic response of materials insitu - modified by by Sol for high energy of CHESS-U.
Understanding How Materials Behave
Modeling and Verifying
|A2||1.5m CHESS Compact Undulator||Resonant & non-resonant scattering; Single crystals & thin films; High-energy powder diffraction and PDF; Reciprocal space mapping; low temperatures and custom sample environments||5-70 keV||Pilatus (100K,300K,6M); PiXirad-1; GE Amorphous Si panel; Dexela; XFlash, Si and Ge energy-dispersive detectors; Cyberstar scintillation detector||Jacob Ruff|
|F2||200 mA e+, 24 pole wiggler||High Energy x-ray experiments, near-field & far-field diffraction and tomography||38-80 keV||GE Detector 2048x2048, 200 µm pixels & Retiga 4000DC, LuAG:Ce scintillator||Peter Ko|
The InSitμ Team
Materials Genome Initative - 5 Years Later
Computational techniques to see through materials