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Huizer, Rick (author)
3D modeling techniques can be used to automate processes such as damage assessment in aircraft engines. Aircraft engines often have shiny and non-textured surfaces, where these modeling techniques often have poor performance. This paper gives more insight into the performance of interest detection/matching algorithms on shiny and non-textured...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Markhorst, Thomas (author)
Proper maintenance and inspection of aircraft and their engines is important for society. These engine inspections are performed using borescopes of which the footage is manually analysed. Having the opportunity to reconstruct a 3D model of the rotors would ease the inspection and introduce the possibility to automate the process. Monocular SLAM...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Klein Onstenk, Eduard (author)
This paper discusses possible ways to generate synthetic data and its use cases for damage assessment in aircraft turbines. Synthetic data has many advantages such as exact ground truth and scalable data sets. Using SLAM and SfM, which are 3D construction tools, 3D models can be constructed from 2D monocular borescope videos. A 3D reconstruction...
bachelor thesis 2021
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Nonnemaker, Alec (author)
To aid in damage assessment, creating 3D reconstruction from borescope videos of jet engines could be very beneficial. However, jet engines often have shiny and non-textured surfaces, and the performance of 3D reconstruction methods is unknown in this case. This paper aims to qualitatively and quantitatively evaluate Structure from Motion (SfM)...
bachelor thesis 2021
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