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Tomographic Images Reconstruction Simulation for Defects Detection in Specimen

Authors: Kedit J.

Abstract:

This paper is the tomographic images reconstruction simulation for defects detection in specimen. The specimen is the thin cylindrical steel contained with low density materials. The defects in material are simulated in three shapes.The specimen image function will be transformed to projection data. Radon transform and its inverse provide the mathematical for reconstructing tomographic images from projection data. The result of the simulation show that the reconstruction images is complete for defect detection.

Keywords: Tomography, Tomography Reconstruction, Radon Transform

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1331477

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