Non-destructive Rotary Imaging
Non-destructive imaging of an object. An imaging head supported on a rotatable arm samples an electric field scattered by the object at a plurality of locations as the arm rotates about a central axis, with the locations corresponding to a defined spatial domain located remotely from the object. One or more processors execute computer-readable instructions for controlling rotation of the arm and generating a multi-dimensional profile representative of the object in the defined spatial domain based on the sampling.
POMMERENKE DAVID JOHANNES [US]; ZOUGHI REZA [US]; GHASR MOHAMMAD TAYEB [US]; CASE JOSEPH TOBIAS [US]; MCCLANAHAN ANDREW DALE [US
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