Synchrotron X-ray topography (SXRT) of various geometries has been successfully utilized to image c+a dislocations in 4H-SiC crystals. Although molten potassium hydroxide(KOH) can be used to reveal the location of such dislocations, it is not possible to determine their senses or their Burgers vector magnitude. A simple, non-destructive method has been proposed to determine the Burgers vector of these c+a dislocations called the ray tracing simulation, which has been successfully implemented previously in revealing the dislocation sense and magnitude of micropipes, closed-core threading screw dislocations (TSDs) and threading edge dislocations (TEDs) in 4H-SiC. In this paper, grazing incidence topography is performed using the monochromatic beam for the horizontally cut wafers to record pyramidal reflections of 11-28 type. Ray tracing simulation has been successfully implemented to correlate the simulated images with experimental images which are discussed in the paper.