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Computer Vision for Validation of Jet Engine Modelling

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High speed imaging data captured during jet engine tests can be analysed to identify the motion and vibration of components during these tests. This information can be used to assist engineers in validating their models of expected engine behaviour and to ensure engine reliability and safety. Model-based fitting of an object’s CAD model can be used to produce an estimate of that object’s 3D location in an image. This talk looks at the potential use of model-based fitting for jet engine motion estimation and in particular how edge features can be used to allow fitting using textureless data.

This talk is part of the Medical Imaging Research Seminars series.

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