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3D Microstructure Modeling of Porous Metal Filters
AbstractThe contribution presents a modified method of stochastic reconstruction of two porous stainless-steel filters. The description of their microstructures was based on a combination of the two-point probability function for the void phase and the lineal-path functions for the void and solid phases. The method of stochastic reconstruction based on simulated annealing was capable of reproducing good connectivity of both phases, which was confirmed by calculating descriptors of the local porosity theory. Theoretical values of permeability were compared with their experimental counterparts measured by means of quasi-stationary permeation of four inert gases.
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Hejtmánek, V.; Čapek, P. 3D Microstructure Modeling of Porous Metal Filters. Metals 2012, 2, 344-352.View more citation formats
Hejtmánek V, Čapek P. 3D Microstructure Modeling of Porous Metal Filters. Metals. 2012; 2(3):344-352.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hejtmánek, Vladimír; Čapek, Pavel. 2012. "3D Microstructure Modeling of Porous Metal Filters." Metals 2, no. 3: 344-352.
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