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Determination of 3D fiber orientations in reinforced thermoplastics, using scanning electron microscopy

Abstract : This paper describes techniques allowing the determination of three-dimensional orientations of fillers, in fiberglass reinforced thermoplastics, using scanning electron microscopy. To measure orientation angles (in-plane and inclination angles), it's necessary to individualize each particle. Segmentation operations are done by watershed on a filtered distance function. Two sectioned surfaces with different section angles must be studied, to construct the total 3D orientation distributions. A good representation of results is given by density stereographic projection, that offers very synthetic informations.
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Luc Averous, Jean‐christophe Quantin, Dominique Lafon-Pham, Alain Crespy. Determination of 3D fiber orientations in reinforced thermoplastics, using scanning electron microscopy. Acta Stereologica, 1995, 14 (1), pp.69-74. ⟨hal-02927869⟩

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