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28 May 2014 Three-dimensional shape measurement system applied to superficial inspection of non-metallic pipes for the hydrocarbons transport
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Three-dimensional shape measurement is a subject that consistently produces high scientific interest and provides information for medical, industrial and investigative applications, among others. In this paper, it is proposed to implement a three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction system for applications in superficial inspection of non-metallic pipes for the hydrocarbons transport. The system is formed by a CCD camera, a video-projector and a laptop and it is based on fringe projection technique. System functionality is evidenced by evaluating the quality of three-dimensional reconstructions obtained, which allow observing the failures and defects on the study object surface.
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Javier R. Arciniegas, Andrés L. González, L. A. Quintero, Carlos R. Contreras, and Jaime E. Meneses "Three-dimensional shape measurement system applied to superficial inspection of non-metallic pipes for the hydrocarbons transport", Proc. SPIE 9110, Dimensional Optical Metrology and Inspection for Practical Applications III, 91100U (28 May 2014); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2050220
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