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    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    F. Heilmeier, R. Koos, Peter Hornberger, Jochen Hiller, et al.

    Calibration of cast-in Fibre-Bragg-Gratings for internal strain measurements in cast aluminium by using neutron diffraction

    [Submitted for publication]

    Measurement

    2020

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    Peter Landstorfer, Gabriel Herl, Jochen Hiller

    Investigation of Non-circular Scanning Trajectories in Robot-based Industrial X-ray Computed Tomography of Multi-material Objects

    16th International Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics (ICINCO) [29-31 July, 2019; Prague, Czech Republic]

    2019

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    Peter Landstorfer, Jochen Hiller, Matthias Herbst

    Investigation of positioning accuracy of industrial robots for robotic-based X-ray computed tomography

    iCT 2019 9th Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography (iCT) [13-15 February, 2019; Padua, Italy]

    2019

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    In this research work we investigated the accuracy of a standard industrial robot. We wanted to find out, how accurate an X-RayComputed Tomography (CT) scan can be performed when using such a robot as a manipulator. The accuracy was measuredusing a laser-interferometer. The measured deviations were used to run an X-Ray simulation via Fraunhofer EZRT’s ScorpiusX-Lab. Metrological analysis was performed as a measure for the quality of the simulated CT-scan. The metrological deviationsreflect the feasible accuracy of a CT-scan in a real CT-setup.

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    Gabriel Herl, Jochen Hiller, T. Sauer

    Artifact reduction in X-ray computed tomography by multipositional data fusion using local image quality measures

    iCT 2019 9th Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography (iCT) [13-15 February, 2019; Padua, Italy]

    2019

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    Metal artifacts are still a major problem in X-ray industrial computed tomography. In order to reduce metal artifacts and increase the image quality of X-ray CT-scans, we suggest using projection data from multiple scans with differently positioned object orientations. We present two different approaches for multipositional CT, which are especially effective for multimaterial objects with high absorbing metal parts. On one hand, we reconstruct the different scans separatly, estimate the local quality of the resulting volumes and then fuse these volumes to an optimized volume. On the other hand, we introduce smART (shrinking merged Algebraic Reconstruction Technique) and merge sinograms of different scans, estimate the reliability of each projection pixel and then reconstruct the merged sinogram with an adapted SART reconstruction method. We demonstrate our approaches on simulations and on measurement data and are able to show a significant reduction of image artifacts qualitatively and quantitatively with the help of dimensional measurement results.

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Gabriel Herl, Jochen Hiller, Kasperl, S. Maier, A.

    Reduktion von Metallartefakten durch multipositionale Datenfusion in der industriellen Röntgen-Computertomographie

    tm - Technisches Messen, vol. 87, no. 2

    2019

    DOI: 10.1515/teme-2019-0137

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    Metallartefakte stellen eine große Herausforderung für das Messen mit Röntgen-Computertomographie dar. Dieser Beitrag stellt die Methode der multipositionalen Datenfusion zur Reduktion von Metallartefakten vor. Dazu werden mehrere Scans desselben Objekts bei unterschiedlicher Objekt-positionierung durchgeführt, aufeinander registriert und zur Fusion gemeinsam unter Betrachtung eines lokalen Gütemaßes rekonstruiert. In praxisnahen Experimenten wird der Mehrwert der Methode gezeigt. Insbesondere wird dargestellt, wie mit wenig Aufwand und ohne Vorwissen Kunststoffstrukturen trotz starker Metallartefakte sichtbar gemacht werden können, womit das Verfahren ein Alleinstellungsmerkmal gegenüber den existierenden Metallartefaktreduktionsverfahren aufweist.

    DigitalNachhaltigMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Peter Hornberger, A. Sigl, Jochen Hiller, S. Zabler

    Kleiner als ein Mikrometer: Entwicklung einer kompakten, hochauflösenden 3D-Röntgen-CT für die Materialanalyse

    VDI-Z (Sonderteil Additive Fertigung)

    2019

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    Borges de Oliveira, F., M. Bartscher, U. Neuschaefer-Rube, R. Tutsch, Jochen Hiller

    Multi-Material Acceptance Testing for CT-Based Coordinate Measurement Systems

    Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Measurement and Quality Control

    2019

    ISBN: 3030181766

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    A. Stock, Gabriel Herl, T. Sauer, Jochen Hiller

    Edge preserving compression of CT scans using wavelets

    SHM-NDT 2018 International Symposium on Structural Health Monitoring and Nondestructive Testing 4-5 Oct 2018, Saarbrücken – Germany

    2018

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    This work addresses the subject of efficient storage of computed tomography (CT) data with an emphasis on the quality of surfaces. Industrial dimensional metrology often requires high measurement accuracy and we show that this is retained using wavelet-based compression methods. The applied techniques include a tensor product wavelet transform and soft wavelet shrinkage. In our tests on real objects, we compared dimensional CT measurements of compressed and uncompressed volumes. We were able to reduce the necessary storage space significantly with a minimal loss of accuracy. For a multi sphere phantom, we decreased the storage space to 4.7% (from 638 MB to 30 MB) with an average deviation below 1 µm from the original volume.

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    A. Stock, Gabriel Herl, T. Sauer, Jochen Hiller

    Metal artifact reduction by fusion of CT scans from different positions using the unfiltered backprojection

    iCT 2018 8th Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography (iCT) 2018, 6-9 Feb, Wels, Austria

    2018

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    Metal objects or metal parts in an object are still a major problem of X-ray computed tomography (CT) because of so called metal artifacts. We propose a new method – a multipositional data fusion – for automatically fusing multiple CT volumes from different positions to reduce these metal artifacts. After scanning a specimen several times at different positions and reconstruction of every scan (e.g. by the filtered backprojection), we also perform an unfiltered backprojection. Based on the assumption that metal artifacts occur the most wherever X-rays are attenuated a lot, the unfiltered backprojection is used to autonomously estimate the likelihood of metal artifacts in every voxel of every scan. The different volumes are registered and then fused by weighted sum preferring the voxels with low values in the unfiltered backprojection results. In our tests on real objects, our method fully automatically created optimized volumes with significantly less metal artifacts. The multipositional data fusion was compared to the commercially multi spectra fusion of Werth Messtechnik GmbH and outperformed it in one of the use cases.

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Vortrag

    Gabriel Herl, Simon Rettenberger, Jochen Hiller, T. Sauer

    Metal artifact reduction by fusion of CT scans from different positions using the unfiltered backprojection

    8th Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography (iCT 2018), Wels, Österreich

    2018

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    Metal objects or metal parts in an object are still a major problem of X-ray computed tomography (CT) because of so called metal artifacts. We propose a new method – a multipositional data fusion – for automatically fusing multiple CT volumes from different positions to reduce these metal artifacts. After scanning a specimen several times at different positions and reconstruction of every scan (e.g. by the filtered backprojection), we also perform an unfiltered backprojection. Based on the assumption that metal artifacts occur the most wherever X-rays are attenuated a lot, the unfiltered backprojection is used to autonomously estimate the likelihood of metal artifacts in every voxel of every scan. The different volumes are registered and then fused by weighted sum preferring the voxels with low values in the unfiltered backprojection results. In our tests on real objects, our method fully automatically created optimized volumes with significantly less metal artifacts. The multipositional data fusion was compared to the commercially multi spectra fusion of Werth Messtechnik GmbH and outperformed it in one of the use cases.

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Vortrag

    A. Stock, Gabriel Herl, T. Sauer, Jochen Hiller

    Edge preserving compression of CT scans using wavelets

    International Symposium on Structural Health Monitoring and Nondestructive Testing, Saarbrücken

    2018

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    This work addresses the subject of efficient storage of computed tomography (CT) data with an emphasis on the quality of surfaces. Industrial dimensional metrology often requires high measurement accuracy and we show that this is retained using wavelet-based compression methods. The applied techniques include a tensor product wavelet transform and soft wavelet shrinkage. In our tests on real objects, we compared dimensional CT measurements of compressed and uncompressed volumes. We were able to reduce the necessary storage space significantly with a minimal loss of accuracy. For a multi sphere phantom, we decreased the storage space to 4.7% (from 638 MB to 30 MB) with an average deviation below 1 µm from the original volume.

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Thomas Fischer, Mario Salzinger, Daniel Heinz, Jochen Hiller

    Quantitative Untersuchung zur Reduzierung der Messzeit in der dimensionellen Computertomographie

    Bavarian Journal of Applied Sciences, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 282-296

    2017

    DOI: 10.25929/jy3v-pm72

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    Einer der häufig genannten Nachteile für Computertomographie-(CT-)Anwender in der industriellen Praxis ist der Zeitfaktor. Für einen messtechnisch auswertbaren CT-Scan ist das System in den meisten Fällen mindestens 30 Minuten lang ausgelastet, je nach Prüfobjekt und Genauigkeitsanforderungen oft auch deutlich länger. Ziel dieser Untersuchung ist es, mit derzeitig möglichen Methoden herauszufinden, wie die Scanzeiten verringert werden können und wie sich diese Reduzierung auf die Qualität der Messung bezüglich Messgenauigkeit und Wiederholgenauigkeit auswirkt. Nach Auswahl und taktiler Referenzmessung eines Prüfkörpers werden mit dem 360° Stop&Go-Verfahren sowie mit zwei weiteren Scanstrategien, der 180° CT und der FlyBy-CT, Messdaten erzeugt. Es folgt ein Vergleich der Messergebnisse und der Messzeiten. Bei der 180°-Messung wird das Objekt intermittierend um die Hälfte rotiert, wohingegen beim FlyBy-Modus eine kontinuierliche Objektbewegung ohne Abbremsung erfolgt. Beide Messverfahren haben sich für diverse Anwendungsszenarien bewährt. Die größte Messzeitreduzierung ist beim Einsatz des FlyBy-Modus zu erwarten. Im Vergleich dazu bietet der 180°-Modus ebenfalls Vorteile, auch wenn die erwartete Scanzeit gegenüber dem FlyBy-Modus länger ist. Mit diesem lässt sich trotz der Möglichkeit zur Bildmittelung Scanzeit einsparen, gegenüber dem herkömmlichen 360°-Scanverfahren lässt sich aber zudem bei gleichbleibender Zeit eine erhöhte Rauschreduzierung erzielen. One of the biggest disadvantages operators complain about in the field of industrial computed tomography is the time factor. CT scans for measuring purposes will usually take at least 30 minutes, yet often noticeably longer, depending on the specimen and accuracy requirements. The purpose of this research is to determine how scan times can be reduced by applying the currently available methods and to assess in which way this reduction influences measurement quality with regards to measurement accuracy and repeatability. After choosing a test specimen and performing tactile measurements to determine the nominal values, measurement data is generated by using the 360° Stop&Go procedure, the 180° CT and the FlyBy-CT. Then the measurement results and durations are compared with each other. Measurements using the 180° procedure are performed by intermittently rotating the object by 180 degrees, whereas the FlyBy mode involves a continuous object movement without deceleration. Both CT modes are well proven in various applications. Out of all three methods, the FlyBy mode has the greatest potential for reducing overall scan times. In comparison, the 180° mode also has its advantages, although the expected scan times are longer compared to the FlyBy mode. This CT mode offers the opportunity to reduce scan times despite the option of image averaging. In addition, compared to the conventional 360° scan procedures, it is possible to achieve a higher level of noise reduction within a constant time.

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    Peter Hornberger, Christian Aichinger, Jochen Hiller

    Dimensionelles Messen mit Computertomographie

    Handbuch zur industriellen Bildverarbeitung. Qualitätssicherung in der Praxis

    2017

    ISBN: 978-3-8396-1226-2

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    Jochen Hiller, Peter Hornberger, Thomas Miller

    Dimensional Metrology for Industrial Computed Tomography

    Handbook of X-ray Imaging - Physics and Technology, Boca Raton, FL, USA

    2017

    ISBN: 9781498741521

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Simon Rettenberger, F. Bittner, H.-J. Endres, Jochen Hiller

    Blick in belastete Composite-Bauteile

    Konstruktion (Zeitschrift für Produktentwicklung und Ingenieur-Werkstoffe), no. 5

    2017

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    Gabriel Herl, Simon Rettenberger, Jochen Hiller

    Fusion mehrerer Computertomographie-Aufnahmen zur Verbesserung der Bildqualität

    Forschungsbericht 2016/2017 der Technischen Hochschule Deggendorf

    2017

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Jochen Hiller, N. Sawczyn, D. Imkamp, E. Uhlmann

    Untersuchungen zur Messunsicherheit und Wirtschaftlichkeit dimensioneller Computertomographie-Messungen an ausgewählten Beispielen

    tm - Technisches Messen, vol. 84, no. 5, pp. 336-347

    2017

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    Die industrielle Computertomographie (CT) wird zunehmend für die zerstörungsfreie Prüfung von Bauteilen als Instrument der fertigungsbegleitenden Qualitätssicherung eingesetzt. Ein Vorteil gegenüber taktilen oder optischen Messverfahren ist insbesondere die Möglichkeit, sowohl außen- als auch innenliegende Geometriemerkmale zerstörungsfrei zu erfassen. In diesem Beitrag werden anhand ausgewählter Bauteile Möglichkeiten zur Steigerung der Wirtschaftlichkeit von CT-Messungen durch gleichzeitige tomographische Erfassung mehrerer Bauteile im Messvolumen untersucht und die Messunsicherheit für die einzelnen Aufnahmeszenarien experimentell ermittelt.

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Beitrag (Sammelband oder Tagungsband)

    Mario Salzinger, Peter Hornberger, Jochen Hiller

    Analysis and comparison of the surface filtering characteristics of computed tomography and tactile measurements

    iCT 2016 6th Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography (iCT) 2016

    2016

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    Analysis and comparison of the surface filtering characteristics of computed tomography and tactile measurementsMario Salzinger, Peter Hornberger, Jochen HillerFraunhofer Application Center for Computed Tomography in Metrology CTMT, Deggendorf, Germany, e-mail: mario.salzinger@iis.fraunhofer.de, peter.hornberger@iis.fraunhofer.de, jochen.hiller@iis.fraunhofer.deAbstractThe use of industrial computed tomography for dimensional measurements is still met with considerable suspicion because of the numerous factors that influence the measurement uncertainty, which thus is hardly describable by a mathematical model. As a consequence, reference measurements with a tactile coordinate measuring machine (CMM) are usually performed. Image unsharpness when using computed tomography (CT) can be seen as low pass filter and therefore is one among many factors that influence the metrological performance of a CT system. However, it is also known that the geometry of the probe tip acts as a mechanical filter when using tactile CMMs. The studies in this work are performed with the help of a simple specimen which includes a number of surfaces of different waviness and roughness. Capturing the surfaces using both systems and comparing the results allows a deeper analysis and understanding of the filtering effects. The measurements are performed with probe balls of different diameters on a CMM. TheCT measurements are performed using various spatial resolution settings, resulting in different surface filtering characteristics. Additionally, surface measurements using a stylus instrument are performed. The comparison of these measurements shows that the CMM is more accurate when measuring form deviations of higher order. However, it also shows that the metrological performance, when measuring dimensional and geometrical measurands using the two systems, is comparable in many cases. Keywords: CMM, CT, metrology, roughness, surface, waviness

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Vortrag

    Mario Salzinger, Peter Hornberger, Jochen Hiller

    Analysis and comparison of the surface filtering characteristics of computed tomography and tactile measurements

    6th Conference on Industrial Computed Tomography (iCT 2016), Wels, Österreich

    2016

    DigitalMaschinenbau und Mechatronik

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    A. Detterbeck, M. Hofmeister, D. Haddad, D. Weber, M. Schmid, A. Hölzing, S. Zabler, E. Hofmann, K.-H. Hiller, P. Jakob, J. Engel, Jochen Hiller, U. Hirschenfelder

    Determination of the mesio-distal tooth width via 3D imaging techniques with and without ionizing radiation: CBCT, MSCT, and μCT versus MRI

    European Journal of Orthodontics, vol. 39, no. 3, pp. 310-319

    2016

    DOI: 10.1093/ejo/cjw047

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    Objective: The purpose of this study was to estimate the feasibility and accuracy of mesio-distal width measurements with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in comparison to conventional 3D imaging techniques [multi-slice CT (MSCT), cone-beam CT (CBCT), and µCT]. The measured values of the tooth widths were compared to each other to estimate the amount of radiation necessary to enable orthodontic diagnostics. Material and Methods: Two pig skulls were measured with MSCT, CBCT, µCT, and MRI. Three different judges were asked to determine the mesio-distal tooth width of 14 teeth in 2D tomographic images and in 3D segmented images via a virtual ruler in every imaging dataset. Results: Approximately 19% (27/140) of all test points in 2D tomographic slice images and 12% (17/140) of the test points in 3D segmented images showed a significant difference (P ≤ 0.05). The largest significant difference was 1.6mm (P < 0.001). There were fewer significant differences in the measurement of the tooth germs than in erupted teeth. Conclusions: Measurement of tooth width by MRI seems to be clinically equivalent to the conventional techniques (CBCT and MSCT). Tooth germs are better illustrated than erupted teeth on MRI. Three-dimensional segmented images offer only a slight advantage over 2D tomographic slice images. MRI, which avoids radiation, is particularly appealing in adolescents if these data can be corroborated in further studies.