|Authors||T. N. Williams, R. Carino|
|Contactfirstname.lastname@example.org (Thomas N. Williams)|
|License||By downloading this code you accept the Mississippi State University's license agreement. Please read the agreement carefully before downloading.|
|Repository||restricted access: please contact email@example.com Mark Horstemeyer|
|Documentation||readme.txt; CAVS Technical Report MSU.CAVS.CMD.2007-R0039.pdf; ImageAnalyzer-Tutorial.pptx|
ImageAnalyzer is a utility for calculating some of the material model constants from an optical image of a material. Groups of pixels in the image that satisfy user-specified criteria are interpreted to be objects (particles, grains, voids, etc.). Associated with each object are the folllowing quantities: area, centroid, first nearest neighbor distance, major axis length, minor axis length, and orientation. Material properties are derived from these quantities, including: particle size (dn), particle volume (or area) fraction (fn), coalescence factor (cd1), grain size or dendrite cell size (DCS), initial void volume (or area) fraction.
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