Thermal Cameras White Papers

  1. Assessment Of Concrete Bridge Structures Using Infrared Thermography
    5/18/2011
    Bridges are high investment structures, and important land marks in any country besides being vital links in transportation system. Assessing the quality of construction for structural safety is expensive and time consuming. Infrared thermography, on the other hand, provides a fast method of scanning large areas effectively. By D. S. Prakash Rao The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago
  2. Two-Color Or Ratio Thermal Imaging - Potentials And Limits
    5/18/2011
    Two-color or ratio pyrometry is a well-established method to overcome the fundamental difficulties in determining and eliminating the effect of emissivity in the temperature measurement. By K.-P. Möllmann, F. Pinno, M. Vollmer, Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  3. White Paper: Assessment Of Concrete Bridge Structures Using Infrared Thermography
    5/18/2011

    Bridges are high investment structures, and important land marks in any country besides being vital links in transportation system. Assessing the quality of construction for structural safety is expensive and time consuming. Infrared thermography, on the other hand, provides a fast method of scanning large areas effectively. By D. S. Prakash Rao The University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago

  4. Electroluminescence And Thermal Imaging Applications In The Photovoltaic Industry
    11/9/2010
    Quality control is of the utmost importance for any high-tech industry. The complexity of the processes that we are dealing with — the considerable amount of variables that are to be monitorized and controlled — are good reasons to keep the production process under very tight control. By Nuno Pereira, Lógica E.M. - Photovoltaic Laboratory