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In addition to particle size, particle shape can also have a significant impact upon the performance and process handling of many particulate materials. Examples where particle shape measurements can be used to improve product performance include;
Malvern have a range of particle characterization instruments based upon the technique of image analysis that measure particle shape for both wet and dry dispersed samples from 0.5 microns up to several millimeters.
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Thresholding, dilation, erosion, reporting - these are some of the terms used in image analysis. We'll explain some of the mathematics used in converting an image into size and shape information.
En este último seminario en realidad no estaremos hablando de tamaño de partícula! Nosotros, de hecho, estaremos hablando de la forma de las partículas . Esto es porque en un ciertas aplicaciones el tamaño de partícula puede no contar toda la histori...
From the humble cereal bowl to the intricate electronic components in your mobile phone and even body armour, ceramics are found in a diverse range of industries and applications. Manufacturing usually involves pressing and then firing powders pre-pr...
The mechanical properties of materials such as concrete, metal powders, and ceramics are governed by how well we can pack the different sizes and shapes of particle. We'll look at this intractable problem providing an overview of theoretical and prac...
These are questions which are often asked about unknown particles in a variety of sample types, such as when developing (bio)pharmaceutical products, or as part of forensic investigations. This short web seminar will introduce you to new ways of usin...
(Webinar - Recorded)
After just four months, the Morphologi G3-ID is already heavily used by researchers and students throughout the university. The automated microscopy and image analysis functions are especially popular and have saved countless hours compared with using manual microscopy techniques.
Southern Cross University
In a comparative assessment the Morphologi G3 delivered the perfect balance between speed of measurement, image resolution and price.
Dr. Robert Deffley
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