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Andrea Chiarelli
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This dataset (https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.3837972) includes the X-ray CT scans of a 50 mm thick asphalt core with a diameter of 100 mm. The images have a very high size and are in .tif format. Images are numbered in sequential order. The resolution of the scans is 65.2 um (micrometers). The slices are generated at 0.4 mm (400 um) from each other. For more information (physical properties), please see the csv file attached. The files can be easily thresholded to create a 3D representation of air voids, stones, binder, etc. Please remember that if you use this data, you have to cite it. You can find the relevant information by following the DOI link.
This dataset (https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.3837993) includes the X-ray CT scans of a 50 mm thick asphalt core with a diameter of 100 mm. The images have a very high size and are in .tif format. Images are numbered in sequential order. The resolution of the scans is 65.2 um (micrometers). The slices are generated at 0.4 mm (400 um) from each other. For more information (physical properties), please see the csv file attached. The files can be easily thresholded to create a 3D representation of air voids, stones, binder, etc. Please remember that if you use this data, you have to cite it. You can find the relevant information by following the DOI link.
This dataset (https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.3837966) includes the X-ray CT scans of a 50 mm thick asphalt core with a diameter of 100 mm. In this dataset, only a portion of the overall thickness of the sample is available. The images have a very high size and are in .tif format. Images are numbered in sequential order. The resolution of the scans is 65.2 um (micrometers). The slices are generated at 0.4 mm (400 um) from each other. For more information (physical properties), please see the csv file attached. The files can be easily thresholded to create a 3D representation of air voids, stones, binder, etc. Please remember that if you use this data, you have to cite it. You can find the relevant information by following the DOI link.