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Sadowski Lukasz (Wroclaw University of Technology), Mathia Thomas G. (École Centrale de Lyon, France)
The Metrology of Ground Concrete Surfaces Morphology With 3D Laser Scanner
Management and Production Engineering Review, 2015, vol. 6, nr 2, s. 40-44, rys., tab., bibliogr. 20 poz.
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Inżynieria materiałowa, Budownictwo komunikacyjne
Materials engineering, Road engineering
This paper is devoted to machining of concrete by grinding and the metrology of its surface morphologies. The surface morphology is still open problem from metrological as well as mathematical morphology points of views. In order to understand better abrasive process the raw morphologic state is compared with the ground concrete surfaces. The most significant results are presented in the form of profiles, 3D isometric views and isotropy analysis. Several 3D surface roughness parameters were calculated. (original abstract)
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