Spatially Resolved Determination of Soil Layer Thickness on Surfaces of 3d Parts by Measuring the Fluorescence Intensity

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The spatially resolved measurement of the soil layer thickness on surfaces is a precondition for quantitative cleanability tests of 3D parts which are important for the investigation, optimization and validation of spray cleaning systems. In this paper a photogrammetric analysis method is investigated which uses the luminescence intensity as an amount for… (More)

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@inproceedings{Boye2013SpatiallyRD, title={Spatially Resolved Determination of Soil Layer Thickness on Surfaces of 3d Parts by Measuring the Fluorescence Intensity}, author={A. John Boye and H. K{\"{o}hler and Roman Murcek and Enrico Fuchs and Marc Mauermann and Jens-Peter Majschak}, year={2013} }