General Mathematics


Quantitative Analysis of Particles Segregation

Authors: Ting Peng, Aiping Qu, Xiaoling Wang

Segregation is a popular phenomenon. It has considerable effects on material performance. To the author’s knowledge, there is still no automated objective Quantitative indicator for segregation. In order to full fill this task, segregation of particles is analyzed. Edges of the particles are extracted from the digital picture. Then, the whole picture of particles is splintered to small rectangles with the same shape.

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[v1] 2017-01-03 13:01:40

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