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### ME430ProjectsSPr03

Course: ME 430, Fall 2008
School: Idaho
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Project =========================================== ME430 List- Spring Semester 2003 =========================================== 1. MEASUREMENT OF PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION. A manufacturer produces small glass spheres that are advertised to be of a certain size. You are asked to design a measurement procedure, that uses optical microscopy and image processing, that is capable of determining the size...

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