extremly small grains

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extremly small grains

Post by R.Hess » Mon Aug 19, 2019 10:50 am

As you can see in the attachment, in the last step, i got some pixels within the bulks grains. the problem is, when i want to analyse the TabK output, the avg. grain size is distorted, because micess detects them as very small grains.
Is there a ability to delete them during post processing?

Or is it a problem of simulation / input file? maybe in conjunction with surface energies?
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Re: extremly small grains

Post by ralph » Mon Aug 19, 2019 4:40 pm

Are there some characteristics of these small grains in the other output fields?
E.g. if it is a specific phenomen for a certain phase, you can use the fraction field as a filter in Display MICRESS operations.
a = phase field result
b = fraction field of disturbing phase
operation = ( b > 0 ) ? <bulk phase> : a


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