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Développement de méthodes d'imagerie par contraste de phase sur source X de laboratoire

Abstract : X-ray imaging is widely used in non-destructive testing dedicated to industry, medical or security domain. In most of the radiographic techniques, the image contrast depends on the attenuation of the X-ray beam by the sample. This attenuation is function of the density and thickness of the object and of the wavelength. Therefore, objects like metal covers, bones or weapons bring contrast on the image. In addition to attenuation, phase shifting happens, in particular for low-attenuating material. This phenomenon brings contrast, called phase contrast, and allows a X-ray image of low-attenuating material as plastics, composites, soft tissues or explosives. This work presents development and adaptation, in the X-ray domain, of phase contrast imaging techniques on laboratory equipment. The goal is to bring phase contrast imaging in daily use. This manuscript is split in two parts, simulation and instrumentation. A simulation tool has been developed, mixing geometrical optic and wave optic. Limits of the model and validation are presented. For the instrumental part, two interferometric techniques have been considered. The first one is multi-lateral interferometry where adaptation on X-ray tube is presented for the first time. Interesting use of the measurement recurrence will be introduced. The second one is speckle tracking interferometry, recently adapted on X-ray tube, for which we present new advancements.
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Adrien Stolidi. Développement de méthodes d'imagerie par contraste de phase sur source X de laboratoire. Optique / photonique. Université Paris Saclay (COmUE), 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017SACLS076⟩. ⟨tel-01756391v2⟩



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