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Comparision of Imagej Analysis of Structure of Two Constructional Steel

Alo Francis Ireti1, Ajoge Emmanuel Omeiza1, Kunle Michael Oluwasegun1, Isadare Dayo Adeyemi1, Oyedele Adedayo Adewale2 and Emordi Gnozi3
  • 1 OAU, Nigeria
  • 2 Prototype Engineering Development Institute, Nigeria
  • 3 Delta state Polytechnic, Nigeria
American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Volume 11 No. 1, 2018, 318-326

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3844/ajeassp.2018.318.326

Submitted On: 5 January 2018 Published On: 12 March 2018

How to Cite: Ireti, A. F., Omeiza, A. E., Oluwasegun, K. M., Adeyemi, I. D., Adewale, O. A. & Gnozi, E. (2018). Comparision of Imagej Analysis of Structure of Two Constructional Steel. American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 11(1), 318-326. https://doi.org/10.3844/ajeassp.2018.318.326

Abstract

An image analysis processing method for the measurement of structure of Federated and Ukraine steel from optical microscope images using imagej program is studied. Some parameters like calculation of area, pixel value statistics, distances and angles measurements, edge detection, such as the circularity, ferret angle, solidity and perimeter, average area and the percentage area was examined. Federated grain count was 114 with perimeter of 447.15 and also has a standard deviation of 7.306 and mean of 27.526. While Ukraine, has a grain count to be 1248 with perimeter of 67.243 and a standard deviation of 5.886 and mean of 28.039. From the mechanical analysis result, 12 mm of Federated steel has the hardness value of 150.8BHN and also has the highest impact value of 66.37J. From the Coefficient of Friction (COF) analysis, Ukraine has a better COF which means the Ukraine steel has a better wear resistance compares with Federated steel.

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Keywords

  • Federated and Ukraine Steel
  • Microstructure and Imagej