Flir Downloads

  1. White Paper: Detection Of Surface Defects On Sheet Metal Parts Using One-Shot Deflectometry In The Infrared Range
    6/3/2011
    The early detection of surface defects on raw sheet metal parts is a critical problem in the automotive industry. By Zoltán Sárosi, Wolfgang Knapp, Andreas Kunz, Konrad Wegener, IWF, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
  2. White Paper: The Corpse Flower: A Thermographer’s Perspective
    6/2/2011

    The Amorphophallus Titanum, Titan Arum (the Corpse Flower) is a rare specimen, with limited observational opportunities. By Steve Mirowski and Steven Kramer, Advantage Infrared

  3. Measurements Of Sun And Moon With IR Cameras: Effects Of Air Mass
    5/19/2011
    Sun and moon are often recorded on many outdoor infrared images in addition to the desired objects. By M. Vollmer, K.-P. Möllmann, F. Pinno Brandenburg, University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  4. White Paper: Measurements Of Sun And Moon With IR Cameras: Effects Of Air Mass
    5/19/2011
    Infrared images of sun and moon can be analyzed qualitatively as well as quantitatively. Both objects show temperature variations across their disk, with the sun being less pronounced than the moon. This paper discusses what kind of information can be gathered from quantitative imaging of these natural objects. By M. Vollmer, K.-P. Möllmann, F. Pinno Brandenburg, University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  5. Application Of Infrared Imagery For Understanding Wildfire Dynamics
    5/19/2011
    A thorough understanding of wildfire dynamics requires a clear three-dimensional picture of the winds in and near the fire, including the flaming combustion zone and the convective updrafts produced by the fire. Janice Coen, John Daily, and Shankar Mahalingam
  6. White Paper: Application Of Infrared Imagery For Understanding Wildfire Dynamics
    5/19/2011
    A thorough understanding of wildfire dynamics requires a clear three-dimensional picture of the winds in and near the fire, including the flaming combustion zone and the convective updrafts produced by the fire. Janice Coen, John Daily, and Shankar Mahalingam
  7. Detection Of Defects In Pipelines Using Transient Analysis Of Thermal-Induced Flux
    5/19/2011
    Through a study of the current state-of-the-art techniques used to find hidden defects in steel elements (as well as in other metals including pipes made of titanium, inox steel, etc.) and on the basis of the application procedures of the different methodologies existing in literature for plane geometry, this experiment attempted to create a new methodology, simple and practicable on the field, for risk assessment, monitoring, and planning control of interconnected piping in oil refineries with the use of thermal infrared imagery. By G. Basile, C. Clienti, G.A. Fargione, A.L. Geraci, A. Risitano
  8. White paper: Detection Of Defects In Pipelines Using Transient Analysis Of Thermal-Induced Flux
    5/19/2011
    Through a study of the current state-of-the-art techniques used to find hidden defects in steel elements (as well as in other metals including pipes made of titanium, inox steel, etc.) and on the basis of the application procedures of the different methodologies existing in literature for plane geometry, this experiment attempted to create a new methodology, simple and practicable on the field, for risk assessment, monitoring, and planning control of interconnected piping in oil refineries with the use of thermal infrared imagery. By G. Basile, C. Clienti, G.A. Fargione, A.L. Geraci, A. Risitano
  9. White Paper: Coating And Characterization Of Energetic Materials
    5/19/2011
    This project develops a method of manufacturing Plastic Bonded Explosives using precision control of agglomeration and coating of energetic powders. By Doug Compton, Dr. Emily Hunt, and Dr. Matt Jackson, West Texas A&M University
  10. Coating And Characterization Of Energetic Materials
    5/19/2011
    This project develops a method of manufacturing Plastic Bonded Explosives using precision control of agglomeration and coating of energetic powders. By Doug Compton, Dr. Emily Hunt, and Dr. Matt Jackson, West Texas A&M University