Architectural and Methodical Aspects of Dynamic Measurements of Nuclear Fuel Microobjects
The computerized system of statistical operations research of pulsed optical tomography of spherical microobjects is under consideration. The system serves for creating new methods of dynamic space-time reconstruction of microobjects by their pulse discrete projection images and allows to perform dynamic measurements of main geometric miroobject properties. On this basis, original methods of on-line control and sorting by geometric dimensions and shape of nuclear fuel microobjects have been developed. These methods use the statistical reconstruction of the size (D) and shape (K) of each microobject on the base of their outline overall dimensions of three mutually orthogonal two-dimensional pulsed discrete projection images of each microobject. The processing speed of these methods are nearly 100 MO/s in the diameter range of 400–1500 μm.