Characterization of cylinder bores

  • J. Beyerer
  • D. Krahe
  • F. Puente León


In this chapter the texture of grey iron cylinder bores of combustion engines will be examined.


Power Spectral Density Discrete Fourier Transform Fourier Domain Cylinder Liner Grey Level Image 
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  1. 28.
    This is often regarded as 2-D (horizontal and vertical). This approach has been adopted in the earlier chapters of this book.Google Scholar
  2. 29.
    A function is said to be bijective, if it relates each member of a set S (the domain) to a separate and distinct member in T (the range), where each member in T also has a corresponding member in S.Google Scholar
  3. 30.
    A fax-film is an imprint of the surface obtained by dissolving a sheet of acetate with acetone and letting it harden.Google Scholar
  4. 31.
    3-D data from most surfaces can be summarized through a fairly well established set of parameters described in Chapter 1 and Stout et al (1993). However, if special kinds of surfaces such as honed cylinder bores are to be characterized, problem-specific parameters such as those presented in this chapter offer the best solution.Google Scholar

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  • J. Beyerer
  • D. Krahe
  • F. Puente León

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