Image Reconstruction and Analysis of Three-Dimensional Fracture Surfaces Based on the Stereo Matching Method

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A computer program of the fractal analysis by the box-counting method was developed for the estimation of the fractal dimension of the three-dimensional fracture surface reconstructed by the stereo matching method. The image reconstruction and fractal analysis were then made on the fracture surfaces of materials created by different mechanisms. There was a correlation between the fractal dimension of the three-dimensional fracture surface and the fractal dimensions evaluated by other methods on ceramics and metals. The effects of microstructures on the fractal dimension were also experimentally discussed.

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 261-263)

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Kikuo Kishimoto, Masanori Kikuchi, Tetsuo Shoji and Masumi Saka

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1593-1598

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M. Tanaka et al., "Image Reconstruction and Analysis of Three-Dimensional Fracture Surfaces Based on the Stereo Matching Method", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 261-263, pp. 1593-1598, 2004

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April 2004

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[2] 40 Db Dv Dv=Db L=360 pixels SiC (Norton NC-430) alumina mullite Cu-Be alloy (stage I) Cu-Be alloy (stage II) SUS316 steel (stage II) pure Zn (14. 7 MPa, 373 K) Impact-fractured surface Fatigue fracture surface Creep fracture surface L: size of analyzed area.