Morphology-Based Crack Detection for Steel Slabs

Abstract

Continuous casting is a highly efficient process used to produce most of the world steel production tonnage, but can cause cracks in the semi-finished steel product output. These cracks may cause problems further down the production chain, and detecting them early in the process would avoid unnecessary and costly processing of the defective goods. In order… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/JSTSP.2012.2212416

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@article{Landstrm2012MorphologyBasedCD, title={Morphology-Based Crack Detection for Steel Slabs}, author={Anders Landstr{\"o}m and Matthew J. Thurley}, journal={IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing}, year={2012}, volume={6}, pages={866-875} }