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2012 | 121 | 1 | 111-113
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Some Applications of the Image Analysis in the Metal Material Science

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In different areas of science such as medicine, biology and engineering the image analysis is widely used. Quantitative measuring by the image analysis has also found application in metal materials science, especially in metallographic microstructure analysis. The measuring of the linear and area dimensions of the microconstituents in the metal material structure performed by the image analysis is presented in the paper. The effects of the heat treatment temperature on the brittle phase content in the structure of the heat resistant Ni-Cr-Co-W alloy were analysed. Investigation of the influence of the alloying elements content in the Al alloys for automotive application, on dendrite arm spacing in the cast structure are also presented. Obtained results of the quantitative measured dimensions have shown direct impact of the process parameters on the analysed metals microstructure characteristics. All tests were performed by the light optical microscope with automatic image analyser. Presented experimental results are based on a large number of measurements. A statistical analysis was performed and a high correlation of the results was obtained. For each of the presented investigations and analyzed phenomenon, a statistical mathematical model is suggested with the boundary conditions defined by the investigated intervals of variables.
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121
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1
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111-113
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2012-01
References
  • 1. A.S.M. Standard, SS-228 SUPERTHERM, www.techstreet.com/standards/ASM/SS_228
  • 2. Z. Odanovic, M.B. Đurđevic, G. Byczynski, B. Katavic, WIT Trans. Eng. Sci. 64, 259 (2009)
  • 3. J. Pavlović-Krstić, Z. Odanović, V. Grabulov, G. Krstić, R. Bähr, Foundry-Livarstvo 49, 3 (2010)
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