FracMAP: a user-interactive package for performing simulation and orientation-specific morphology analysis of fractal-like solid nano-agglomerates. Computer simulation techniques have found extensive use in establishing empirical relationships between three-dimensional (3d) and two-dimensional (2d) projected properties of particles produced by the process of growth through the agglomeration of smaller particles (monomers). In this paper, we describe a package, FracMAP, that has been written to simulate 3d quasi-fractal agglomerates and create their 2d pixelated projection images by restricting them to stable orientations as commonly encountered for quasi-fractal agglomerates collected on filter media for electron microscopy. Resulting 2d images are analyzed for their projected morphological properties. (Source: http://cpc.cs.qub.ac.uk/summaries/)
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- Chakrabarty, Rajan K.; Garro, Mark A.; Chancellor, Shammah; Herald, Christopher; Moosmüller, Hans: FracMAP: a user-interactive package for performing simulation and orientation-specific morphology analysis of fractal-like solid nano-agglomerates (2009)