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The effect of particle orientation and/or position on two-dimensional shape measurements

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Particle shapes were measured based on the random positioned (R) method, the stable positioned (S) method and the stable positioned/constant orientated (S/C) method. The mean values ¯ and ζ¯ of two shape indices (circularity and smoothness ζ), previously defined, were calculated. It was found that smoothness ζ¯ was little affected by shape measuring methods, while circularity ¯ differed according to methods. By analyzing the change in circularity using model ellipsoidal particles, it was confirmed that the R method could more effectively evaluate particle shapes than can the S method, based on the results of the S/C method.

10.1163/156855201750537938
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2017-08-17

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