Radiometric Temperature Measurements

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  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 376 pages
  • ISBN : 9780080920627
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Download or Read online Radiometric Temperature Measurements full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by Anonim and published by Academic Press which was released on 01 October 2009 with total page 376 pages. We cannot guarantee that Radiometric Temperature Measurements book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. This book describes the theory of radiation thermometry, both at a primary level and for a variety of applications, such as in the materials processing industries and remote sensing. This book is written for those who will apply radiation thermometry in industrial practice; use radiation thermometers for scientific research; the radiation thermometry specialist in a national measurement institute; developers of radiation thermometers who are working to innovate products for instrument manufacturers, and developers of non-contact thermometry methods to address challenging thermometry problems. The authors of each chapter were chosen from a group of international scientists who are experts in the field and specialists on the subject matter covered in the chapter. A large number of references are included at the end of each chapter as a resource for those seeking a deeper or more detailed understanding. This book is more than a practice guide, readers will gain in-depth knowledge in: (1) the proper selection of the type of thermometer; (2) the best practice in using the radiation thermometers; (3) awareness of the error sources and subsequent appropriate procedure to reduce the overall uncertainty; and (4) understanding of the calibration chain and its current limitations. Covers all fundamental aspects of the radiometric measurements Discusses practical applications with details on the instrumentation, calibration, and error sources Authors are from leading national labs working in R&D of temperature measurements

Radiometric Temperature Measurements

Radiometric Temperature Measurements
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 01 October 2009
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This book describes the theory of radiation thermometry, both at a primary level and for a variety of applications, such as in the materials processing industries and remote sensing. This book is written for those who will apply radiation thermometry in industrial practice; use radiation thermometers for scientific research; the radiation thermometry specialist in a national measurement institute; developers of radiation thermometers who are working to innovate products for instrument manufacturers, and developers of non-contact thermometry methods to address challenging

Radiometric Temperature Measurements

Radiometric Temperature Measurements
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 09 December 2009
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This book describes the practice of radiation thermometry, both at a primary level and for a variety of applications, such as in the materials processing industries and remote sensing. This book is written for those who will a) apply radiation thermometry in industrial practice b) use radiation thermometers for scientific research, c) the radiation thermometry specialist in a national measurement institute d) developers of radiation thermometers who are working to innovate products for instrument manufacturers and e) developers non-contact thermometry

Radiometric Temperature Measurements

Radiometric Temperature Measurements
  • Author : Zhuomin M. Zhang,Benjamin K. Tsai,Graham Machin
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 25 September 2021
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This book describes the practice of radiation thermometry, both at a primary level and for a variety of applications, such as in the materials processing industries and remote sensing. This book is written for those who will a) apply radiation thermometry in industrial practice b) use radiation thermometers for scientific research, c) the radiation thermometry specialist in a national measurement institute d) developers of radiation thermometers who are working to innovate products for instrument manufacturers and e) developers non-contact thermometry

Radiometric Temperature Measurements Overview of Radiation Thermometry Z M Zhang and G Machin

Radiometric Temperature Measurements  Overview of Radiation Thermometry  Z M  Zhang and G  Machin
  • Author : Anonim
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  • Release : 25 September 2021
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This book describes the theory of radiation thermometry, both at a primary level and for a variety of applications, such as in the materials processing industries and remote sensing. This book is written for those who will apply radiation thermometry in industrial practice; use radiation thermometers for scientific research; the radiation thermometry specialist in a national measurement institute; developers of radiation thermometers who are working to innovate products for instrument manufacturers, and developers of non-contact thermometry methods to address challenging

Broadband UV VIS and IR Radiometric Photometric Color and Temperature Measurements

Broadband UV   VIS   and IR Radiometric  Photometric  Color  and Temperature Measurements
  • Author : George P. Eppeldauer
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release : 07 April 2021
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In most field applications, broadband measurements are used where the spectral product of the source distribution and the meter’s spectral responsivity is measured. This book discusses detector-based radiometric, photometric, color, radiation-temperature, digital imaging-system, and LED measurements. It also shows that, while in photometry, the meter’s standard response covers only the visible, broadband measurements in the UV and IR require different standards. To avoid large errors when using a traditional detector- or source-standard, where the differences in the source

RADIOMETRIC TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS OF SHORT DURATION EVENTS

RADIOMETRIC TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS OF SHORT DURATION EVENTS
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 25 September 1961
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A 4-color spectroscope using the wavelengths 0.546, 0.577, 0.623, and 0.750 microns was used to determine the surface temperatures of electrically exploded wires and aluminum projectiles of velocity 4,500 m/sec. Several values of initial capacitor energy, pressure, and ambient atmosphere were used with the exploded wires. The projectiles were observed in a normal atmosphere at 710 mm Hg. The temperatures observed for exploded wires for an initial capacitor energy of 0.8 joule in air at 710 mm Hg were: 3825! 25 K for aluminum, 3100! 75 K for copper, and 3700! 25 K

Thermal Return Reflection Methods for Resolving Emissivity and Temperatures in Radiometric Measurements

Thermal Return Reflection Methods for Resolving Emissivity and Temperatures in Radiometric Measurements
  • Author : Paul P. Woskov,S. K. Sundaram,Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Plasma Science and Fusion Center
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 25 September 2021
GET THIS BOOK Thermal Return Reflection Methods for Resolving Emissivity and Temperatures in Radiometric Measurements

A radiometric method for resolving the emissivity, E, and temperature, T, in thermal emission measurements is presented. Thermal radiation from a viewed source is split by a beamsplitter between a radiometer and a mirror aligned to return a part of the thermal radiation back to the source. The ratio of the thermal signal with and without a return reflection provides a measurement of the emissivity without need of any other probing sources. The analytical expressions that establish this relationship are