Medición de la topografía de superficie en 3D de partículas aglomeradas utilizando un sensor láser (3D Measuring Surface Topography of Agglomerated Particles Using a Laser Sensor)

Jonny Paul Zavala de Paz (jopazavala@hotmail.com)1, Ely Karina Anaya Rivera (karina.anaya@upq.mx)1, Cesar Isaza Bohorques (cesar.isaza@upq.mx)1, Eduardo Castillo Castañeda (ecast63@yahoo.com)2


1Universidad Politecnica de Queretaro
2CICATA-IPN Unidad Qeretaro

This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina

Publication Date: Aug. 2016
Volume: 14,   Issue: 8 
ISSN: 1548-0992


Abstract:
The non-contact optical techniques are very interesting for 3D characterization of delicate and complex engineering surfaces. In this study, a new method is introduced to measure the surface topography 3D agglomerated particles using a laser displacement sensor. For surface topography, signature method is used, which allows to determine some parameters of roughness. One advantage of this method is that it is non-contact, where a three-dimensional reconstruction based on laser displacement sensor is used to extract the 3D point cloud objects. Agglomerated particles were obtained from an agglomeration process which measure between 1 and 2mm.

Index Terms:
agglomerated particles, laser displacement sensor, shape parameters, surface topography   


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