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  • About Infrared Thermography
    Thermography is the use of an infrared imaging and measurement camera to "see" and "measure" thermal energy emitted from an object. Thermal, or infrared energy, is light that is not visible because its wavelength is too long to be detected by the human eye; it's the part of the electromagnetic
  • Infrared Thermography: Use in Intrusive Investigations
    and ceilings and mold may be present but not visible on surface materials. Destructive testing methods are usually necessary for identification and evaluation of various hidden conditions. For those looking to minimize the use and cost of destructive testing, Infrared Thermography is an effective
  • Infrared Thermography in the Process Gas Plant
    Burlington Resources uses infrared thermography to inspect electrical connections throughout their process gas plant for predictive maintenance, greatly reducing plant downtime and unscheduled shutdowns, and thereby leading to the realization of huge cost savings. The thermography program is used
  • What is Thermography?
    Thermography or thermal imaging, refers to the process of recording the emission or existence of thermal or infrared radiation (heat), by employing the use of a thermal imaging device or infrared camera, sometimes referred to as an "IR". Although thermal imaging can be used in the daylight
  • Operating Cycle Analyses of Different Refrigeration Systems Using Infrared Thermography
    Thermography is a very useful tool to study the thermal effects of operating equipment. This case study focuses on heat pumps in refrigeration systems without moving parts, highlighting the operation cycle from start through achieving steady performance, easily revealed through infrared
  • Stucco Surveys Using Infrared Thermography
    sheathing behind the stucco system is optimal, damaged dry sheathing may also be detected using infrared equipment. High-resolution equipment is the key to detecting the slightest anomalies. By thermal tuning your camera down to a span of 3-5 degrees Fahrenheit, even the slightest damage becomes easily
  • Infrared On-orbit RCC Inspection with the EVA IR Camera: Development of Flight Hardware from a COTS System
    In November 2004, NASA's Space Shuttle Program approved the development of the Extravehicular (EVA) Infrared (IR) Camera to test the application of infrared thermography to on-orbit reinforced carboncarbon (RCC) damage detection. A multi-center team composed of members from NASA's Johnson Space
  • Heat-Loss Patterns in National Football League Players as Measured by Infrared Thermography (.pdf)
    Various thermoregulatory mechanisms employed by the body are important for the athlete to avoid heat illness. By employing an infrared camera to focus on the radiation of heat from a venous plexus in the face, we were able to postulate normal and abnormal patterns of thermoregulation in National
  • Asphalt Crack Detection Using Thermography
    This paper reports on research used to evaluate the application of infrared thermography for the detection of asphalt cracking, which in the past, has generally relied on images produced by analog and digital cameras operating in the visual range of light. Presence of shadows, poor light conditions

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