Implementation of Tolling Perception Figuration Digital Modeling of the Fractal Structures of Pore Function Matter
Keywords:Tolling perception figuration, Sparkle-divergence perception level, Tolling-vibration figuration, Tolling roses-butterflies dot vibration
Fractal parameters of porous media was get the focus of materials engineering and physical engineering for decades because they appears effective ways to decide the complexity of circular structures across a various scales. This paper combines polyhedral process-based digital figuration modeling with fractal structure analysis to understand the effect of microstructure ratios of various separation, combination, and binary models on fractal parameters and internal surface area (ISA) of porous media. A digital tolling perception figuration model (Tol-PFM) was constructed to simulate water quality using a process-based modeling technique that simulates gel component materials. The fractal parameters of the generated pore geometry were calculated using the line method on the tolling perception figuration of Tol-PFM. Our simulations show that the fractal dimensions, internal surface area (ISA) and porosity were significantly reduced when separation or combination is increased, showing that these two diagnostic procedures can significantly influence the microstructure of the gel component material. Interface fractal dimensions (PD) and ISA appear as the tolling perception values increase and decrease. SDPL appearing a unruly movement of the then, of the maximum in terms of the tolling-vibration figuration, and the tolling value movement of the Tol-PF-FA-θMAX was 26.03±5.53 units from the tolling roses-butterflies dot vibration, and the tolling value movement of the Tol-PF-CO-θMAX was 12.13±2.19 units, and the tolling value movement of the Tol-PF-FL-θMAX was 4.18±0.74 units, and the tolling value movement of the Tol-PF-VI-θMAX was (0.74±0.11) units. Examining the tolling-vibration shape of the binary model, the porosity of the digital model shows a square motion of the maximum average sparkle-divergence perception level (SDPL) as the fine particle ratio increases from 0 to 1. This results in both increasing and decreasing values of PD and ISA as the finite line-boundary fraction of the simplified oscillation algorithm and model increases. However, we must notice that the tolling perception figuration in the fractal dimension may be overestimated depending on the divergent signal when using a model composed of very fine spherical particles due to the effect of image resolution.
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