Tag Archives: image analysis


Published 11 Mar 2014

How to be an imaging master: Q&A

During February we held the first session in our popular Imaging Masterclass series, “Understanding the application of automated analytical imaging for particle size and particle shape analysis.”  The class introduced the basic concepts of image analysis, discussing the parameters that…READ MORE >

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Published 26 Jun 2013

Introducing fiber parameters for the Morphologi G3

As a product technical specialist I get to see many applications and customers. Something that has regularly come up is the problem of measuring fibers by image analysis. Caliper based length and width measurements of fibers do not always give…READ MORE >

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Published 2 May 2013

Particle shape, when particle size alone isn’t enough

For many particle characterization applications, a particle size distribution provides adequate information about the sample. However, for some applications particle shape can provide more appropriate or complementary information. There are three main categories where this is relevant: Single particles or…READ MORE >

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Published 23 Oct 2012

Sampling nuts

I was watching QI recently and host Stephen Fry asked “Why do Brazil Nuts always rise to the top in a packet of mixed nuts?” (For those who don’t know QI is a BBC quiz show, the quiz is about facts that are…READ MORE >

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Published 30 Aug 2012

A polarized view of the world

Hi, this is Debbie again, Technical Specialist for Malvern’s imaging systems. I always enjoy getting to work on new applications, especially at times where a change in the software allows me to do something I was not able to do…READ MORE >

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