Quantitative Biology


Increasing Quality of Separation of Shelled Peanuts by X-Rays and ir Technologies

Authors: Yakov Gershman

One of the important requirements of the market to peanuts in shell is the lack of incompletely filled with fruit. Traditional mechanical sorting methods cannot solve the problem completely. In this work experimentally proved the possibility of the complete removal of immature fruits ("singles") by using image processing of x-ray and infrared.

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[v1] 2014-03-01 03:35:45

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