Dendritic/ Non-Dendritic Micrographs

Published: 17 August 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/nyb6mycvfd.1
Debanshu Banerjee


The dataset has been built using the Dissemination of Information Technology for Promotion of Materials Science (DoITPoMS), a web-based initiative that started in the Materials Science and Metallurgy Department at Cambridge University. DoITPoMS comprises a collection of micrographs covering a wide range of specimen types like ceramic, metal or alloy, device, composite, polymer, foam, etc., and microscopy techniques like optical micrography, SEM, or TEM. Information related to chemical composition and processing technique is also available as metadata for every microstructure. Additionally, in some cases, microstructures corresponding to a particular specimen are available at different magnifications. We have collected a total of 577 micrographs across 21 different alloy systems and based on their morphologies, we have divided them into two categories, dendritic and non-dendritic comprising 133 and 444 images respectively.



Jadavpur University


Materials Characterization