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'''Examples''' '''Examples'''
-[[Image:Snow128-130.gif|thumb|'''[[Snow]]''', from its fall until its full melting, undergoes a structural metamorphism governed by local temperature and '''[[humidity]]''' fields. Among them, the isothermal metamorphism seems the most accessible to modeling. In this work, we tried to simulate the microstructural transformations of a dry snow sample, placed in isothermal conditions, near 0 degree C. In these conditions, the '''[[vapor]]''' pressure of water is high: the metamorphism can be considered, in first approximation, as fully curvature-driven. A simple numerical model was implemented on this basis and applied to simulated data and 3-D images from X-ray microtomography. From '''Snow Microstructure / MANTO Team+[[Image:Snow128-130.gif]]
-Centre d'Etudes de la Neige - French Snow Research Center''' [] ]]+
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Graphics Interchange Format (GIF) is a bitmap image format that was introduced by CompuServe in 1987 and has since come into widespread usage on the World Wide Web due to its wide support and portability.


  • Wikipedia see GIF [1]



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