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DCM - A Software Platform for Advanced 3D Materials Modelling, Characterisation and Visualization

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DCM - A Software Platform for Advanced 3D Materials Modelling, Characterisation and Visualization


The DCM software is a Microsoft Windows™-based application for 3D microstructure characterization, modelling and visualization. It include the following functionalities: • Generate digital 3D representation of material compositional phases in a sample using the data-constrained modelling methodology and X-ray CT data, even for the cases ... more


Image Processing, Simulation and Modelling, Software Engineering, Thermodynamics and Statistical Physics


http://doi.org/10.4225/08/594c594ab7eb9


21 Jun 2017


Sam Yang
Sam.Yang@csiro.au

DCM, DcmLite, DcmEdu, DcmPro, X-ray CT, microstructure, 3D, DCM plugin API


Website:

DCM homepage

Attribution
Publication:

A tutorial introduction to DCM

Attribution
Publication:

Wikipedia description of DCM

Attribution

Carbonate_pore_clusters.html


Carbonate_electric_current.html


Readme.html


Download_Latest_DcmLite-setup.html


Download_Latest_DcmEduUsb-setup.html


Download_Latest_DcmProLogin-setup.html


Download_Latest_DcmProUsb-setup.html


Download_Latest_DcmEduLogin-setup.html


CIPS-sandstone_compositions.html


CIPS-sandstone_fluid_speed.html


CIPS-sandstone_induced_electric_potential.html


Carbonate_compositions.html


The DCM software has 5 variations: DcmLite, DcmEdu (Login), DcmEdu (USB), DcmPro (Login), and DcmPro (USB). DcmLite is intended for demonstration of concept and is feature-limited. It is a 32-bit desktop application and free for non-commercial purposes. The fully featured versions DcmEdu and DcmPro are 64-bit applications which can handle large data sets and can use Microsoft CPU clusters to speed-up data processing tasks. The Login versions require an online account at http://ts-imaging.net, and the USB versions require a hardware USB key by CSIRO.


CSIRO Binary Software Licence


CSIRO (Australia)


Yang, Sam; Chu, Clement; Tulloh, Andrew (2017): DCM - A Software Platform for Advanced 3D Materials Modelling, Characterisation and Visualization. v37. CSIRO. Software Collection. http://doi.org/10.4225/08/594c594ab7eb9


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MS Windows


C++


MS Windows XP/7/8/10


2.1.6.2124


About this Project

Strategic - Materials & Process Modelling (HPMI)


Materials & Process Modelling


Tony Murphy


Non-destructive evaluation of materials in 3D


Non-destructive evaluation of materials in 3D using data-constrained modelling (DCM) and multi-energy X-ray CT


Modelling


Sam Yang


Clement Chu


Andrew Tulloh


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