Identify Dislocation Segments¶
This Filter groups neighboring Features that have c-axes aligned within a user defined tolerance. The algorithm for grouping the Features is analogous to the algorithm for segmenting the Features - only the average orientation of the Features are used instead of the orientations of the individual Cells and the criterion for grouping only considers the alignment of the c-axes. The user can specify a tolerance for how closely aligned the c-axes must be for neighbor Features to be grouped.
NOTE: This filter is intended for use with Hexagonal materials. While the c-axis is actually just referring to the <001> direction and thus will operate on any symmetry, the utility of grouping by <001> alignment is likely only important/useful in materials with anisotropy in that direction (like materials with Hexagonal symmetry).
|Type||Default Name||Description||Comment||Filters Known to Create Data|
|EdgeData||Slip Plane Normals|
|Feature||Active||Boolean value specifying if the Feature is still in the sample (1 if the Feature is in the sample and 0 if it is not).||At the end of the filter, all Features will be "Active" as the "Inactive" Features will have been removed.|
|EdgeFeature||Edge Feature Data|
License & Copyright¶
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