About: Thermography is a research topic. Over the lifetime, 8016 publications have been published within this topic receiving 97023 citations. The topic is also known as: IIR.
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30 Apr 2001
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present an active and passive approach to active thermography for nondestructive testing of infrared sensors and Optic Fundamentals using Matlab M-Scripts.
Abstract: Preface. Getting Started with Thermography for Nondestructive Testing. FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS. Introduction to Thermal Emission. Introduction to Heat Transfer. Infrared Sensors and Optic Fundamentals. Images. Automated Image Analysis. Materials. Experimental Concepts. ACTIVE THERMOGRAPHY. Active Thermography. Quantitative Data Analysis in Active Thermography. ACTIVE AND PASSIVE THERMOGRAPHY: CASE STUDIES. Applications. References and Bibliography. Appendix A: Computer Model. Appendix B: Smoothing Routing. Appendix C: Parabola Computations. Appendix D: Higher-Order Gradient Computations Based on the Roberts Gradient. Appendix E: Properties of Metals and Nonmetals. Appendix F: Matlab M-Scripts Available. Index.
TL;DR: In this article, an approach combining both of pulse (PT) and modulated infrared thermography is proposed which combines simultaneously advantages both of PT and MODI, and the results are presented and the theory is discussed as well.
Abstract: An approach is proposed which combines simultaneously advantages both of pulse (PT) and modulated infrared thermography. In a nondestructive evaluation perspective, the specimen is pulse heated as in PT and the mix of frequencies of the thermal waves launched into the specimen is unscrambled by performing the Fourier transform of the temperature evolution over the field of view. Of interest is the maximum phase image with many attractive features: deeper probing, less influence of surface infrared and optical characteristics, rapid image recording (pulse heating, surface‐wide inspection), and the possibility to inspect high thermal conductivity specimens. Several results are presented and the theory is discussed as well.
TL;DR: The present efforts are focused on automatic analysis of temperature distribution of regions of interest and their statistical analysis for detection of abnormalities in the area of medical IRT.
TL;DR: The features of modern infrared imaging technology and the standardization protocols for thermal imaging in medicine are described, and in certain applications thermal imaging is shown to provide objective measurement of temperature changes that are clinically significant.
Abstract: This review describes the features of modern infrared imaging technology and the standardization protocols for thermal imaging in medicine. The technique essentially uses naturally emitted infrared radiation from the skin surface. Recent studies have investigated the influence of equipment and the methods of image recording. The credibility and acceptance of thermal imaging in medicine is subject to critical use of the technology and proper understanding of thermal physiology. Finally, we review established and evolving medical applications for thermal imaging, including inflammatory diseases, complex regional pain syndrome and Raynaud's phenomenon. Recent interest in the potential applications for fever screening is described, and some other areas of medicine where some research papers have included thermal imaging as an assessment modality. In certain applications thermal imaging is shown to provide objective measurement of temperature changes that are clinically significant.
TL;DR: A general introduction to infrared thermography and the common procedures for temperature measurement and non-destructive testing are presented and developments in these fields and recent advances are reviewed.
Abstract: The intensity of the infrared radiation emitted by objects is mainly a function of their temperature. In infrared thermography, this feature is used for multiple purposes: as a health indicator in medical applications, as a sign of malfunction in mechanical and electrical maintenance or as an indicator of heat loss in buildings. This paper presents a review of infrared thermography especially focused on two applications: temperature measurement and non-destructive testing, two of the main fields where infrared thermography-based sensors are used. A general introduction to infrared thermography and the common procedures for temperature measurement and non-destructive testing are presented. Furthermore, developments in these fields and recent advances are reviewed.
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