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Quality Control in Infrared Thermography

  • E. F. J. Ring

Abstract

The image produced by infrared (IR) thermography is used in a number of different forms. Direct viewing of the monochrome video screen is sometimes sufficient, and is described as thermoscopy. More often the image is processed in some way, with single isotherms, multiple color isotherms or digitization through a computer. Photographic or magnetic storage are frequently used.

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Polyvinyl Acetate Reference Source Infrared Thermography Test Card Indium Antimonide 
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References

  1. 1.
    K. Lloyd-Williams. K. D. Patil, B. Phillips, E. F. J. Ring, Quantitative thermography, fact or fantasy? Infra Red Techniques IERE Conference Proceedings 22 (1971).Google Scholar
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    A. J. Collins, E. F. J. Ring, J. A. Cosh, P. A. Bacon, Quantitation of thermography in arthritis using multi-isothermal analysis, Ann. Rheum. Dis, 33: 113–115 (1974).CrossRefGoogle Scholar

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© Plenum Press, New York 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • E. F. J. Ring
    • 1
  1. 1.Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic DiseasesBathUK

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