Uncooled Thermal Imaging

Author by : Paul W. Kruse
Language : en
Publisher by : SPIE Press
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Description : This introduction to uncooled infrared focal plane arrays and their applications is aimed at professionals, students, and end users. Topics include principal uncooled thermal detection mechanisms; fundamental performance limits and theoretical performance; the state of the art; and applications, technical trends, and systems employing uncooled arrays.


Uncooled Infrared Imaging Arrays And Systems

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Language : en
Publisher by : Academic Press
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Description : This is the first book to describe an emerging but already growing technology of thermal imaging based on uncooled infrared imaging arrays and systems, which are the most exciting new developments in infrared technology today. This technology is of great importance to developers and users of thermal images for military and commercial applications. The chapters, prepared by world leaders in the technology, describe not only the mainstream efforts, but also exciting new approaches and fundamental limits applicable to all. Unified approach to technology development based on fundamental limits Individual chapters written by world leaders in each technology Novel potential approaches, allowing for the reduction of costs, described in detail Descriptive and analytical Provides details of the mainstream approaches--resistive bolometric, pyroelectric/field enhanced pyroelectric, thermoelectric Provides insight into a unified approach to development of all types of thermal imaging arrays Features state-of-the-art and selected new developments


Infrared Thermal Imaging

Author by : Michael Vollmer
Language : en
Publisher by : John Wiley & Sons
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Description : This new up-to-date edition of the successful handbook and ready reference retains the proven concept of the first, covering basic and advanced methods and applications in infrared imaging from two leading expert authors in the field. All chapters have been completely revised and expanded and a new chapter has been added to reflect recent developments in the field and report on the progress made within the last decade. In addition there is now an even stronger focus on real-life examples, with 20% more case studies taken from science and industry. For ease of comprehension the text is backed by more than 590 images which include graphic visualizations and more than 300 infrared thermography figures. The latter include many new ones depicting, for example, spectacular views of phenomena in nature, sports, and daily life.


Recent Advances In Applied Thermal Imaging For Industrial Applications

Author by : Santhi, V.
Language : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : Although the technological boom has resulted in many advancements in modern society, it has also come with a few downfalls; most notably, the failure of new machines and equipment. This has prompted engineers to find suitable diagnostics tools to stop impending malfunctions and make working environments more efficient. Recent Advances in Applied Thermal Imaging for Industrial Applications is a critical reference source that outlines innovative analysis tools to combat systems failure in thermal imaging. Highlighting pertinent topics such as fuzzy c- means technique, human health diagnosis system, multidimensional processing, and optical analysis, this is an ideal resource for all engineers, practitioners, industry leaders, and researchers who are interested in staying up-to-date with advances in thermal imaging which prevents industrial system malfunctions.


Thermal Imaging Techniques To Survey And Monitor Animals In The Wild

Author by : Kirk J Havens
Language : en
Publisher by : Academic Press
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Description : Thermal Imaging Techniques to Survey and Monitor Animals in the Wild: A Methodology provides a manual for anyone interested in understanding thermal imaging and its usefulness in solving a wide range of problems regarding the observation of wildlife. In the last decade, the cost of thermal imaging technology has significantly decreased, making the equipment more widely available. This book offers an overview of thermal physics and the thermal imager, along with a methodology to optimize the window of opportunity so that wildlife can be observed and studied in their natural habitat. Users will find the knowledge and tools to formulate a sound survey design, with detailed sections on the theory and performance characteristics of thermal imaging cameras utilizing cooled quantum detectors as the sensitive element and additional information on the uncooled micro bolometric imagers which have been introduced into the camera market in past decades. The methodology presented is logical and simple, yet it presents a detailed understanding of the topic and how it applies to the critically interlinked disciplines of biology, physics, micrometeorology, and animal physiology. Covers the technical aspects of thermal imaging allowing readers to design better experiments Provides a clear description of the properties of thermal imaging Includes approaches to consider before integrating thermal cameras into a field


Handbook Of Infrared Detection Technologies

Author by : M. Henini
Language : en
Publisher by : Elsevier
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Description : The use of lasers which emit infra-red radiation and sophisticated detectors of IR radiation is increasing dramatically: they are being used for long-distance fibre-optic communications and remote environmental monitoring and sensing. Thus they are of interest to the telecommunications industry and the military in particular. This book has been designed to bring together what is known on these devices, using an international group of contributors.


Practical Applications Of Infrared Thermal Sensing And Imaging Equipment

Author by : Herbert Kaplan
Language : en
Publisher by : SPIE Press
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Description : \- Preface - List of Figures - List of Tables - List of Acronyms and Abbreviations - Preface - Introduction - Basics of Noncontact Thermal Measurement - Matching the Instrument to the Application - Instruments Overview - Using IR Sensing and Imaging Instruments - Introduction to Applications - Plant Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance - Buildings and Infrastructure - Materials Testing - Product and Process Monitoring Control - Night Vision, Security, and Surveillance - Life Sciences Thermography - Appendix A: Commercial Instrument Performance Characteristics - Appendix B: Manufacturers of IR Sensing and Imaging Instruments - Appendix C: Table of Generic Normal Emissivities of Materials - Appendix D: A Glossary of Terms for the Infrared Thermographer