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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2017
Symposium Fifty Years of Metallography and Materials Characterization
Presentation Title Next Step in Complex Microstructure Classification – How to Replace Subjective Expert Bias by 3D Information and Autonomous Procedures?
Author(s) Frank Muecklich, Dominik Britz, Jessica Pauly
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Frank Muecklich
Abstract Scope The precise quantification and classification of different phases and microstructural constituents, e.g. of steel, is essential for a reliable quality control, since the microstructure tolerances are getting increasingly tighter in high performing materials. Thus, the subjective bias of individual experts poses an increasing problem in reliable microstructure classification. Autonomous classification would offer a smart solution. In complex steel microstructures, the geometrical details of morphologies but also the substructure of the phases has to be recorded with sufficient accuracy with correlative microscopy methods to overlay corresponding light- and electron microscopy images. The study gives evidence that smart data mining combined with an additional pixel-based analysis of the substructure as well as 3D information of the microstructural constituents from nonrecurring tomography is a powerful toolbox to reliably discriminate broad variations of steel microstructures in an autonomous classification methodology with striking performance.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned: Publication outside of MS&T

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Delving into the World of Grain Boundaries with Electron Microscopy
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Improving the Precision of Microindentation Hardness Data
K-3: Automated Optical Microstructural Characterization of Thermal Spray Coatings
K-4: Advances in Automated Optical 3D Materials Characterization
Metallographic Analysis of Cu-Nb Nanolaminates Using Polarized Light Optical Microscopy
Microanalysis of Microscopy Evaluation of Mechanical Property Changes due to Low Temperature Thermal Treatment of a Steel
Microstructural Developments in Dual-phase and Advanced High Strength Steels
Next Step in Complex Microstructure Classification – How to Replace Subjective Expert Bias by 3D Information and Autonomous Procedures?
Oxidation Behavior of Tungsten Carbide-6% Cobalt Cemented Carbide
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