Three-Dimensional Orientation Imaging

  • Dorte Juul Jensen


It is obvious from the preceding chapters on applications of EBSD*, that the automated EBSD technique has become very important; it is being used within a very wide range of scientific topics and for all kinds of crystallographic materials. Also in many other scientific areas which are not covered here, the EBSD technique has proven to be essential. An example of this is studies of recrystallization where approximately 33% of the papers published in the proceedings of the recent international conference (REX′99, 1999) contain EBSD data.


Pole Figure European Synchrotron Radiation Facility EBSD Data Cube Orientation Gauge Volume 
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  • Dorte Juul Jensen
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  1. 1.Materials Research DepartmentRisø National LaboratoryRoskildeDenmark

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