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Surface reconstruction from discrete data obtained by a 3D surface measurement system

Surface reconstruction from discrete data obtained by a 3D surface measurement system
Surface reconstruction from discrete data obtained by a 3D surface measurement system
Two aspects of a surface are of interest: surface form and surface irregularity. The form is the geometry of an object. Superimposed on the form and usually of much finer detail is surface irregularity. The irregularity can be a combination of symmetrical and non-symmetrical deviations from nominal form and conclusions about the manufacturing process or the environmental and operating conditions under which a body has been used can be drawn from it. In this paper the reconstruction of surfaces for computer aided surface assessment (CASA) is discussed
1853126616
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277-286
WIT Press
Jung, M.
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Hill, M.
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McBride, J.W.
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Chiles, V.
Jenkinson, D.
Jung, M.
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Hill, M.
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McBride, J.W.
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Chiles, V.
Jenkinson, D.

Jung, M., Hill, M. and McBride, J.W. (1999) Surface reconstruction from discrete data obtained by a 3D surface measurement system. Chiles, V. and Jenkinson, D. (eds.) In Laser Metrology & Machine Performance V. WIT Press. pp. 277-286 . (doi:10.2495/LAMDAMAP990251).

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Abstract

Two aspects of a surface are of interest: surface form and surface irregularity. The form is the geometry of an object. Superimposed on the form and usually of much finer detail is surface irregularity. The irregularity can be a combination of symmetrical and non-symmetrical deviations from nominal form and conclusions about the manufacturing process or the environmental and operating conditions under which a body has been used can be drawn from it. In this paper the reconstruction of surfaces for computer aided surface assessment (CASA) is discussed

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Published date: 1999
Additional Information: Online ISSN 1743-3533
Venue - Dates: Laser Metrology & Machine Performance IV, Newcastle, UK, 1999-07-12 - 1999-07-14

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Local EPrints ID: 21691
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/21691
ISBN: 1853126616
PURE UUID: 9fb2e044-93d4-40d6-b020-306d99f5b002
ORCID for M. Hill: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-6448-9448

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Date deposited: 15 Feb 2007
Last modified: 07 Oct 2020 03:18

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Author: M. Jung
Author: M. Hill ORCID iD
Author: J.W. McBride
Editor: V. Chiles
Editor: D. Jenkinson

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