profilometry

profilometry

a system for studying disorders of micturition using electromyography and measurement of intraurethral pressures. See also urethral pressure profile.
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A profilometry analysis was performed to measure change in wrinkle length and depth (crow's feet.
Following the EMAT scan, the technicians removed the tool from the pipe and re-installed the VMI module for laser profilometry scanning of areas where ID corrosion was detected.
single-mode optical fiber, the possibility of measuring the polarization effects of excitation 532, 633 and 785 nm, profilometry - auto focus on the specimen surface, expansion spectral range up to 10 cm-1, the extension of about 633 nm excitation, upgrade control and evaluation software.
Combination of mechanical and optical profilometry techniques for concrete surface roughness characterization, Magazine of Concrete Research 61(6): 389-400.
A decreased wrinkle depth was documented by optical profilometry using 0.
Deploying different measurement technologies such as laser triangulation or phase shift profilometry achieves reasonably good results in performing 3D volumetric measurement, but the task is relatively simple: simply measuring bricks of dull, grey solder paste.
Fringe patterns can be formed coherently using various interferometers and incoherently using the moire technique, but can also be designed in fringe projection profilometry.
And in order not to scare off customers, Sharma said good humoredly, they refer to the method simply as 3-D microscopy or profilometry.
Evaluation of detail reproduction for three die materials by using scanning electron microscopy and two-dimensional profilometry.
LOTIS utilizes laser profilometry to conduct internal steam reformer tube inspections.
The above morphological evolution of the surface is confirmed by the [alpha]-step profilometry presented in Fig.