Temperature Distributions by Microwave Radiometric Measurements
Techniques of microwave radiometry have already yielded satisfactory results in the case of thermographie applications of biological and medical research. In such applications, the main problem is one of determining, by means of microwave radiometric measurements, the temperature distribution inside a body where thermal processes occur.
KeywordsTemperature Distribution Radiative Transfer Local Thermodynamic Equilibrium Microwave Radiometric Problem Geometry
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