Kapitany Kristof

Kapitany Kristof
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Photogrammetry and Geoinformatics

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January 2016 - January 2017
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
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  • Professor (Assistant)

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Cities are becoming more complex and smart not only in terms of civil engineering infrastructures, but also in their socioeconomic systems. Info communication technologies and tools enable to monitor, understand and analyse cities as a whole living system in multiple ways. Bike-sharing is an effective and healthy mode of transport as well as a rich...
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Nowadays application of fibre reinforced concretes (FRC) becomes more and more widespread, due to the favourable experiences with their behaviour. As a consequence, an increasing number of studies are published on different aspects of FRC. Several scientific papers indicate the importance of homogeneous distribution of fibres. Our study includes an...
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Fire can cause damage in structures. The level of damage depends on several factors, such as maximal temperature, duration of fire, constituents of the concrete and so on. It is necessary to design fire-resistant buildings and deal with possible reconstruction after fire. For the reconstruction, it is important to determine the level of damage and...
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Computer tomography (CT) is an excellent technique for obtaining accurate 3D information about the human body. It allows to visualize the organs, bones and blood vessels, furthermore it enables to diagnose anomalies and diseases. Its spatial reconstruction capability supports other interesting applications, such as inspecting different, even valuab...
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Computer tomography (CT) is an excellent technique for obtaining accurate 3D information about the human body. It allows to visualize the organs, bones and blood vessels, furthermore it enables to diagnose anomalies and diseases. Its spatial reconstruction capability supports other interesting applications, such as inspecting different, even valuab...
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Durability and functionality of hot mix asphalts (HMA) depend on air voids and their characteristics. The air void content of asphalt core samples could be determined by direct and indirect methods. The direct methods are destructive since they determine the air void content by decomposing the mix into its individual components. They are usually ac...
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Computed tomography (CT) is a promising technique that is suitable to analyze core samples of already built structures or test the quality of geomaterials before use. The CT creates an image series of the examined object's cross sections using an X-ray; hence, materials of different density could be separated on the slices. To analyze the images, c...
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This paper presents an automatic processing of high amount images of X-ray synchrotron tomographic microscopy. The developed method enables the analysis of vascular and even of microvascular network of different organs. In this study a cylindrical shaped, NiDAB labelled brain sample of a diameter of half a millimeter was imaged and analyzed with an...

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