The Research on Optical Imaging System of the Mineral Aggregate Gradation of Real-time Detection

Wei Li; Zhaoyun Sun; Huayan Xu; Ruining Sun
March 2012
International Journal of Digital Content Technology & its Applic;Mar2012, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p273
Academic Journal
For the purpose of solving the problems of complex process and hysteretic in detection of mineral mixture, a new digital image acquisition system was used for meets the requirements of real-time detection onsite. Using infrared laser source with line array digital camera, this system can achieve the stable image. By installing the filter, selection of the special background material to ensure image quality and make the image processing is more convenient and simple. The result of the experiment shows that this system can satisfy the real-time detection of mineral aggregate gradation.


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