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- Microstructural index to quantify thermal spray deposit microstructures using image analysis
- Montavon, Ghislain; Coddet, Christian; Berndt, C. C.; Leigh, Sang Ha
- The basic metallographic analysis leads to qualitative interpretation of the structural characteristics of a microstructure, for example the presence of phases, and the description of singularities such as inclusions. On the contrary, microstructural characterization which implements image analysis leads to a quantified analysis of structural characteristics. A method is described to assess thermal spray deposit microstructures using image analysis by means of a metallographic index. This index is based on the determination of several stereological and morphological parameters by primary referee to the size-shape distributions of the features, the fractal dimension of the deposit upper surface, and the Euclidean distance map of the bodies of interest. This work employs quantitative metallography on a much wider scale to provide better quality control of deposit microstructures.
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- Journal article
- Journal of Thermal Spray Technology, Vol. 7, no. 2 (Jun 1998), pp. 229-241
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- Deposition; Euclidean distance map; Fractal dimension; Fractals; Image analysis; Metallographic index; Metallographic microstructure; Morphology; Quality control; Quantitative metallography; Sprayed coatings; Stereology; Thermal spraying
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- Copyright © ASM International 1998. The published version is reproduced in accordance with the copyright policy of the journal.
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