Francisco J. Galindo Rosales
University of Jaén
PhotogrammetryLaser scanningFumed silicaArtificial intelligenceComposite materialMaterials scienceRheologyGeographyVirtual archaeologySoftwarePolypropylene glycolFiller (packaging)Liquid phaseComputer visionPhase (matter)CartographyCultural heritage
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#1Carlos Manuel Colomo (University of Jaén)H-Index: 5
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results obtained in using free software and fusion of data from laser scanner and photographs. In this sense, one of the problems that can occur when Heritage documentation is made, is the impossibility of move the object of study from other places with appropriates environment conditions to capture data. This problem is especially important in the case of sculptures found upright with certain height, where many upper portions are hidden by the inability to locate safely locate the instruments. ...
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#1Francisco J. Galindo Rosales (University of Jaén)H-Index: 1
#2Francisco J. Rubio Hernández (UMA: University of Málaga)
The influence of length of the chains in the liquid phase (Polypropylene Glycol) on the rheological properties of Aerosil R805 suspensions has been studied using steady and oscillatory experiments and, it has been concluded that he shorter the chains are, the stronger the network formed by the filler is.