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Image-Based Fractal Description of Microstructures

by J. M. Li

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Published by Springer US in Boston, MA .
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    Subjects:
  • Mathematics,
  • Surfaces (Physics),
  • Physics,
  • Computer science

  • About the Edition

    Fractal analysis has rapidly become an important field in materials science and engineering with broad applications to theoretical analysis and quantitative description of microstructures of materials. Fractal methods have thus far shown great potential in engineering applications in quantitative microscopic analysis of materials using commercial microscopes. This book attempts to introduce the fundamentals and the basis methods of fractal description of microstructures in combination with digital imaging and computer technologies. Basic concepts are given in the form of mathematical expressions. Detailed algorithms in practical applications are also provided. Fractal measurement, error analysis and fractal description of cluster growth, thin films and surfaces are emphasized in this book. Image-Based Fractal Description of Microstructures provides a comprehensive approach to materials characterization by fractal from theory to application.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby J. M. Li, Li Lü, M. O. Lai, B. Ralph
    ContributionsLü, Li, Lai, M. O., Ralph, B.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA404.6
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (xiii, 272 p.)
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27044899M
    ISBN 101441953701, 1475737734
    ISBN 109781441953704, 9781475737738
    OCLC/WorldCa851731533

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Image-Based Fractal Description of Microstructures by J. M. Li Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book attempts to introduce the fundamentals and the basis methods of fractal description of microstructures in combination with digital imaging and computer technologies. Basic concepts are given in the form of mathematical expressions. Detailed Cited by: Fractal measurement, error analysis and fractal description of cluster growth, thin films and surfaces are emphasized in this book.

Image-Based Fractal Description of Microstructures provides a comprehensive approach to materials characterization by fractal from theory to application. Fractal measurement, error analysis and fractal description of cluster growth, thin films and surfaces are emphasized in this book.

Image-Based Fractal Description of Microstructures provides a comprehensive approach to materials characterization by fractal from. Description of the magnetic microstructures of magnetic thin films --Irregular geometrical features of MFM magnetic microstructures --Relationship between fractal parameters and coercivity --Relationship between D[subscript cor] and ([delta]M)[subscript max] --Fractal-based Study of Fracture Surfaces --Fractography --Fracture and fractals.

Tables of Contents for Image-Based Fractal Description of Microstructures. Chapter/Section Title. Page # Image. Image processing. Image-based measurement of basic elements. Parameter estimation. Relationship between properties and irregularity of microstructures of materials.

Chapter 2. Image–Based Fractal Description of Microstructures Published by Kluwer Academic Publishers, by J. Li, Li Lu,¨ M. Lai and B. Ralph,pp. 1– The realisation that the geometrical properties of rough objects cannot be treated in the same.

Fractal measurement, error analysis and fractal description of cluster growth, thin films and surfaces are emphasized in this book. Image-Based Fractal Description of Microstructures provides a. Image-Based Fractal Description of Microstructures by J.M. Li; Li Lü; Man On Lai; B.

Ralph and Publisher Springer. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The print version of this textbook is ISBN:  Transport through porous media is encountered in several engineering and biological applications.

The porous media can be subjected to changes in stru. In this book, only the metallurgical microscope based on the principle of reflected light will be addressed. To obtain an image of microstructures of a material, specimens for metallurgical examinations must be prepared according to the following steps.

This book attempts to introduce the fundamentals and the basis methods of fractal description of microstructures in combination with digital imaging and computer technologies.

The Fractal Description of Microstructures of Porous Media Porous media such as soil, sandstones in an oil reservoir, packed beds in chemical engineering, fabrics used in liquid composite molding, and wicks in heat pipes consist of numerous irregular pores of different sizes spanning several orders of magnitude in length scales.

A fractal is an object or a structure that is self‐similar in all length scales. Fractal geometry is an excellent mathematical tool used in the study of irregular geometric objects. The concept of the fractal dimension, D, as a measure of complexity is defined.

The concept of fractal geometry is closely linked to scale invariance, and it provides a framework for the analysis of natural. In the present chapter, we summarize our results concerning fractal analysis of some medical data. The aim of this study is to identify the inherent human body “chaotic” dynamics and insufficient disclosure of the physical essence of the processes observed, depending on the extent of developing a pathology that is characterized by a decrease or increase in the degree of complexity and as a.

Determination of fractal dimension of SEM images The image-based technique is a method that enables the quantified data on a fractal object to be obtained from its digital image.

The microstructures can be assessed by different instruments using different technologies such as LOM, SEM, TEM, AFM or X-ray. Fractal methods have thus far shown great potential in engineering applications in quantitative microscopic analysis of materials using commercial microscopes.

This book attempts to introduce the fundamentals and the basis methods of fractal description of microstructures in combination with digital imaging and computer technologies. This authoritative volume, ideal for use in the laboratory, presents the practical and theoretical fundamentals of scanning and transmission electron microscopy--together in one convenient volume.

Clear and concise explanations coupled with instructive diagrams and photographs guide you through microscope operation, image production, analytical techniques, and potential applications to various. Image-based Fractal Description of Microstructures, by J.

Li, Li Lu, M. Lai and B. Ralph: Materials for Automobile Bodies, by Geoff Davies: Materials and Design, by M. Ashby and K. Johnson: The Pittsburgh Stealers, by Ronald Klueh. Materials World, Dec. Ternary Phase Diagrams, by David West and Nigel Saunders: Welding Metallurgy, by.

The results show that the microstructures of β-SiC films exhibit the characteristics of fractals. Using the box counting method, the fractal dimensions of β-SiC films were calculated to be about –, providing more fractal identification in evaluating the performance of films.

Fractal microstructures exist far from thermodynamical equilibria. They are of various origins, but their formation always requires a high input of energy. A base for more than empirical fractal microstructure–property relations is in an early stage of development.

He is one of the two authors of Mechanical Alloying, Kluwer Academic Publishers, USA, the first book of its kind in this area. Dr. Lu is also one of the three authors of the books of Laser-induced Materials Processes for Rapid Prototyping, and Image-based Fractal Description of Microstructures, Kluwer Academic Publishers, USA.Fractal patterns are extremely familiar, since nature is full of fractals.

For instance: trees, rivers, coastlines, mountains, clouds, seashells, hurricanes, etc. Abstract fractals – such as the Mandelbrot Set – can be generated by a computer calculating a simple equation over and over.Abstract.

The influence of the fracture surface fractal dimension and the fractal dimension of grain microstructure on the strength of AISI L type austenitic stainless steel through the Hall-Petch relation has been studied. The change in complexity experimented by the net of grains, as measured by, is translated into the respective fracture surface irregularity through, in such a way that.