Detail publikace

X-ray Diagnostics of Non-homogeneous Material by Means of 2D Plane Transformation

Originální název

X-ray Diagnostics of Non-homogeneous Material by Means of 2D Plane Transformation

Anglický název

X-ray Diagnostics of Non-homogeneous Material by Means of 2D Plane Transformation

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The problem of Żnding a suitable diagnostic procedure for the examination of structural elements has been closely analyzed in recent years. In this connection, the main material of interest is wood as a sort of heterogeneous matter, and the diagnostic procedure is directed towards enabling industrial application in the future. A new diagnostic method based on X-ray imaging has been proposed and tested; the technique utilizes the reduction of imaging information into 2D planar projection. It allows us to image clearly the rate of material damage through displaying the weighted damage rate.

Anglický abstrakt

The problem of Żnding a suitable diagnostic procedure for the examination of structural elements has been closely analyzed in recent years. In this connection, the main material of interest is wood as a sort of heterogeneous matter, and the diagnostic procedure is directed towards enabling industrial application in the future. A new diagnostic method based on X-ray imaging has been proposed and tested; the technique utilizes the reduction of imaging information into 2D planar projection. It allows us to image clearly the rate of material damage through displaying the weighted damage rate.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT94430,
  author="Pavel {Fiala} and Petr {Koňas} and Martin {Friedl} and Eva {Kroutilová} and Pavel {Šmíra}",
  title="X-ray Diagnostics of Non-homogeneous Material by Means of 2D Plane Transformation",
  annote="The problem of Żnding a suitable diagnostic procedure for the examination of structural elements has been closely analyzed in recent years. In this connection, the main material of interest is wood as a sort of heterogeneous matter, and the diagnostic procedure is directed towards enabling industrial application in the future. A new diagnostic method based on X-ray imaging has been proposed and tested; the technique utilizes the reduction of imaging information into 2D planar projection. It allows us to image clearly the rate of material damage through displaying the weighted damage rate.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of PIERS 2012 in Kuala Lumpur",
  chapter="94430",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2012",
  month="april",
  pages="399--404",
  type="conference paper"
}