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Revolutionizing Nanomaterial Defect Detection with Deep Learning Algorithms

Lenin Kathiresan, Luis Buenaño, Sayuri Bonilla, Freddy Ajila, Vanessa Valverde, Harshitha Kuntamukkula and Mayakannan Selvara


As nanotechnology progresses, scientists have more options than ever for processing nanomaterials. Recent advances in nanotechnology have led to widespread interest in using nanomaterials for detection and catalysis. Particularly impressive are the biocompatibility, plasma surface resonance absorption, and Raman surface enhancement features of metal nano molecules. In addition to being highly absorbent of plasma surface resonance and exhibiting increased Raman surface activity, metal nano molecules are also biocompatible. In this study, researchers investigate a defect detection and classification method for metallic nanomaterials that is based on deep learning (DL). By observing occurrences in the lab, we may learn about and improve methods for detecting flaws in metal nanoparticles, as well as assess challenges and plan for their manufacture. Research is conducted on the DL algorithm, the first mock-up model of a deep learning network, a multi-mode method for detecting metal faults, and a classification system for surface defects. Using DL, flaws in metal nanomaterials may now be identified. It is possible to identify metal flaws quantitatively and to see the whole defect. Single-mode, conventional, nondestructive testing equipment is unable to identify smaller defects. It’s challenging due of the lack of reliable quantitative detection. The findings indicate that there are five distinguishing factors for identifying nano-surface defects in metals. The DL-based defect identification and sorting method can be useful in materials maintenance since it makes use of big data technology to assess the full dataset of problems, as well as data on the surrounding environment and the level of effort put in by workers. It’s also crucial for progress in nano-detection technologies for metals.

Published on: November 03, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s3-172
Citation: Kathiresan L, Buenaño L, Bonilla S, Ajila F, Valverde V, et al. 2023. Revolutionizing Nanomaterial Defect Detection with Deep Learning Algorithms. NanoWorld J 9(S3): S973-S979.

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