The CCPi team has released on Zenodo a new dataset suitable for Digital Volume Correlation analysis,
Dataset of synthetic magma subjected to compression, useful for Digital Volume Correlation analysis, ref [1,2]. The data has been acquired at the Diamond Light Source synchrotron, with a bespoke thermo-mechanical rig (“P2R”) on the I12 beamline, ref [3,4,5]. Dataset 0 has no applied compression, while dataset 1 has applied compression.
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