Structure recognition from high resolution images of ceramic composites

@article{Ushizima2014StructureRF,
  title={Structure recognition from high resolution images of ceramic composites},
  author={Daniela Ushizima and Talita Perciano and Harinarayan Krishnan and Burlen Loring and Hrishikesh Bale and Dilworth Parkinson and James A. Sethian},
  journal={2014 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data)},
  year={2014},
  pages={683-691}
}
Fibers provide exceptional strength-to-weight ratio capabilities when woven into ceramic composites, transforming them into materials with exceptional resistance to high temperature, and high strength combined with improved fracture toughness. Microcracks are inevitable when the material is under strain, which can be imaged using synchrotron X-ray computed micro-tomography (μ-CT) for assessment of material mechanical toughness variation. An important part of this analysis is to recognize… CONTINUE READING

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