With the Roughness Analysis Module you can characterize images and cross section profiles by more than 20 parameters and visualize the results by several graphs.
If you think it takes more than simple first order statistics to describe a surface,
you might choose the built-in “Birmingham 14” parameter set.
The Fourier angular spectrum is shown in a polar plot for an easy evaluation
of the isotropic surface property. Likewise, a polar plot is applied to show the
fractal dimension as function of direction.
Calculation of 1D roughness parameters from image cross sections or profilometer
curves can be done in agreement with ISO standards when combined with the Filter
Measure Vickers, Contact, and Indentation Hardness for your indentation experiments
by a single mouse click.
In combination with the ImageMet Explorer™ it is possible to save the results automatically into the database so that you
can retrieve, report and compare results any time later.
By combining the Roughness Analysis Module with the Batch Processor & Active Reporter you can save a lot of time, analyze large series of image files, and report
the results to HTML and Microsoft Word format.