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Geometrical Characterization of Various Shaped 3D-Aggregates of Primary Spherical Particules by Radial Distribution Functions

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Geometrical Characterization of Various Shaped 3D-Aggregates of Primary Spherical Particules by Radial Distribution Functions
Abstract. Multi-scale aggregates are composed of particles which results themselves of agglomeration of other primary particles. If particles are modeled by their centers, the geometrical characterization of aggregates refers to point pattern analysis. Radial distribution and function of pairs allow a description of the point pattern to be performed. They describe how points are radially packed around each other. In this paper, the characterization of different simulated aggregates are computed and compared.
Marthe Lagarrigue, Johan Debayle, Sandra Jacquier,
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ICIAR
Authors Marthe Lagarrigue, Johan Debayle, Sandra Jacquier, Frédéric Gruy, Jean-Charles Pinoli
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