MAVIparticle

MAVIparticle is a software tool for calculating size and shape characteristics of particles in 3D images.

MAVIparticle

  • generalises size and shape features from 2D particle analysis unambiguously to the spatial setting.
  • allows the complete analysis of large 3D gray scale data including automatic visualization
  • is particularly suited for characterising residual dirt particles in technical cleanliness applications.
    Dangerous dirt particles can be detected reliably and with high throughput based on 3D images obtained by micro computed tomography.
Logo MAVIparticle
© Photo ITWM

Logo MAVIparticle

Characterization of particles in 3D: Maximum Feret diameter.
© Photo ITWM

Characterization of particles in 3D: Maximum Feret diameter.

Partikelkenngrößen in 3D: Maximale Elongation.
© Photo ITWM

Partikelkenngrößen in 3D: Maximale Elongation.

  Partikelkenngrößen in 3D: Maximale lokale Dicke.
© Photo ITWM

Partikelkenngrößen in 3D: Maximale lokale Dicke.

MAVIparticle Features

  • intrinsic volumes (volume, surface area, mean width, Euler number)
  • isoperimetric shape factors
  • mean gray value
  • length, width, and thickness
  • maximal Feret diameter
  • maximal local thickness
  • elongation and elongation index

Partner

  • RJL Micro & Analytic

Publications

  • Vecchio, I.; Schladitz, K.; Godehardt, M.; Heneka, M. J.:
    3D Geometric Characterization of Particles Applied to Technical Cleanliness.
    Image Analysis & Stereology, v.31, n.3, p.163-174, 2012.
  • Ohser, J.; Schladitz, K.:
    3d Images of Materials Structures - Processing and Analysis.
    Wiley, 2009.
  • Vecchio, I.; Schladitz, K.; Godehardt, M.; Heneka, M. J.:
    Geometric Characterization of Particles in 3d with an Application to Technical Cleanliness.
    Report, Fraunhofer ITWM, Nr. 207, 2011.
    Report, Fraunhofer ITWM, NR. 207, 2011, (in German)