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Improvement of the Non-Destructive Testing of Heritage Mural Paintings Using Stimulated Infrared Thermography and Frequency Image Processing

Kamel Mouhoubi, Vincent Detalle, Jean-Marc Vallet, Jean-Luc Bodnar
2019 Journal of Imaging  
Several collaborations have already demonstrated the possibility of defects detection (delamination, salts) in murals paintings using stimulated infrared thermography.  ...  This approach can significantly improve the study of painted works of art such as wall paintings.  ...  They seem to improve the non-destructive testing of cultural heritage using stimulated infrared thermography.  ... 
doi:10.3390/jimaging5090072 pmid:34460666 fatcat:3ffdzuwgonb5tlhx46xehxb3fi

Infrared vision for artwork and cultural heritage NDE studies: principles and case studies

C Ibarra-Castanedo, F Khodayar, M Klein, S Sfarra, X Maldague, H Helal, M Tayoubi, B Marini, J C Barré
2017 Insight (Northampton)  
The theory is briefly presented and attention is then focused on several non-destructive evaluation (NDE) case studies in cultural heritage: painting artwork, under-painting lettering retrieval and the  ...  This text briefly presents the basis of 'infrared vision' in the context of cultural heritage studies.  ...  Introduction Among the many non-destructive evaluation (NDE) techniques around [1] , infrared vision [2, 3] is used in this paper for the inspection of cultural heritage artefacts and monuments.  ... 
doi:10.1784/insi.2017.59.5.243 fatcat:hxktlql2dnajzcvaz6mzehdt7q

Santa Maria di Collemaggio Church (L'Aquila, Italy): Historical Reconstruction by Non-Destructive Testing Techniques

Stefano Sfarra, Abdelhakim Bendada, Clemente Ibarra-Castanedo, Dario Ambrosini, Domenica Paoletti, Xavier Maldague
2015 International Journal of Architectural Heritage  
Acknowledgments The following people are warmly thanked for their contribution to this work: Prof. Raimondo Quaresima  ...  Fig. 9 . 9 Timeline of non-destructive testing (NDT) techniques conducted during the first, middle and final stages.  ...  Conclusions In this work, an integrated and disjoint use of optical, thermographic, chemical and radar non-destructive testing techniques, has been applied to the façade, a fresco, a niche and a part of  ... 
doi:10.1080/15583058.2013.794376 fatcat:mlkkam6ssnfbtdvmnt7b2fzd2m

Characterization of Laser Cleaning of Artworks

Jan Marczak, Andrzej Koss, Piotr Targowski, Michalina Góra, Marek Strzelec, Antoni Sarzyński, Wojciech Skrzeczanowski, Roman Ostrowski, Antoni Rycyk
2008 Sensors  
It includes, tested in our laboratories, optical surface measurements (e.g. colorimetry, scatterometry, interferometry), infrared thermography, optical coherent tomography and acoustic measurements for  ...  The main tasks of conservators of artworks and monuments are the estimation and analysis of damages (present condition), object conservation (cleaning process), and the protection of an object against  ...  Beside presented effectiveness of infrared thermography as a non-destructive technique in the investigation of thermal isolation of historic structures, it can be also applied to evaluate conservation  ... 
doi:10.3390/s8106507 pmid:27873884 pmcid:PMC3707465 fatcat:ei4uhu47f5ahzn5hk2wx2kelim

The erosion of granite surfaces: The Cathedral of Évora as example [chapter]

D Costa
2013 Science and Technology for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage  
PREFACE The European Cultural Heritage is an invaluable legacy. Europe's cultural heritage is the product of many cultures that have contributed over centuries to its development.  ...  We recognise the potential for the cultural heritage to play a proactive role in enriching and enhancing quality of life, in delivering answers to basic questions about our historic origins, in providing  ...  Acknowledgement: [1] GEOMATERIALES programme, "Durability and conservation of built heritage Geomaterials" (Ref.  ... 
doi:10.1201/b15577-29 fatcat:2j5husfewzgzza3hcudiainyhq

Contribution to the improvement of the detection of defects located in heritage by stimulated infrared thermography associated with a spatial reassignment of the color dynamics of thermograms

K. Mouhoubi, K. Dieng, C. Fomena, H. Feddini, A. Salami, J.M. Vallet, J.L. Bodnar
2020 Proceedings of the 2020 International Conference on Quantitative InfraRed Thermography   unpublished
In the context of the conservation of works of art from the cultural heritage, stimulated infrared thermography allows the non-destructive detection of the presence of defects invisible to the naked eye  ...  The theoretical study is based on a simulation, using finite element methods, the experimental part was developed on a plaster block containing 32 defects and a multicoloured paint layer.  ...  Introduction Stimulated infrared thermography applied to the preservation of heritage allows the non-destructive detection of defects invisible to the naked eye .  ... 
doi:10.21611/qirt.2020.107 fatcat:ekr6jyzvvrcdtlfdtczlmhmkxy

Noninvasive microtomographic inspection of rough surfaces by active triangulation

Manuel F. M. Costa, Armando Albertazzi, Jr.
2001 Laser Metrology for Precision Measurement and Inspection in Industry  
Before performing the tensile test, surface image of the test specimen was captured and the image was analyzed by least squares method and digital image processing software of MATLAB to obtain the fiber  ...  However, the C-scan test to produce 3D-images is complex and requires the use of a special probe made of a transducer matrix and heavy computation processing.  ...  Goal: To get to know the basics of Color Management and the procedures used to profile monitors, scanners and printers.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.439209 fatcat:kc3xahntybhg5cyygebalmq7qa

Current Trends in Spectral Reflectance Imaging Techniques: A Qualitative Approach to the Investigation and Documentation of Building Materials

Lindsay Dobrovolny
Today researchers are able to virtually reconstruct objects, buildings and entire sites through the use of digital-imaging technology, and many of these same techniques are being adapted to provide non-destructive  ...  remotely and non-destructively distinguish among original construction, biological growth, paint, and other colored building materials.  ...  Of the various useful imaging techniques, thermal imaging, or infrared thermography (passive IRT), is currently used as a non-destructive means to assess areas of water ingress, to identify previous conservation  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8st7pc9 fatcat:ifsmjnagkjfkvgse3uoacpqphm

Discovering the mysteries of the Santa Maria di Collemaggio Church (L''Aquila, Italy) by non-destructive testing techniques

S. Sfarra, A. Bendada, C. Ibarra-Castanedo, D. Ambrosini, D. Paoletti, X. Maldague
2012 Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Quantitative InfraRed Thermography   unpublished
In this study an ancient fresco (Incoronazione dell'Assunta, 15 th century) in the Santa Maria di Collemaggio  ...  Marco Tallini (University of L'Aquila -DISAT), Don Nunzio Spinelli (Rector of the Santa Maria di Collemaggio Church), Mr. Giovanni Pasqualoni (University of L'Aquila -DIMEG).  ...  Acknowledgments The following people are warmly thanked for their contribution to this work: Prof. Raimondo Quaresima (University of L'Aquila -DCICM), Prof.  ... 
doi:10.21611/qirt.2012.127 fatcat:7s4x66fxj5dzhnf65rb2iyplrq

Reverse Engineering tools: development and experimentation of innovative methods for physical and geometrical data integration and post-processing

Francesca Lucchi, Ciclo Xxv
Therefore, many research activities are focused on accuracy and precision of the acquired data and post processing phase improvements.  ...  In this context, this PhD Thesis deals with the definition of two novel methods for data post processing and data fusion between physical and geometrical information.  ...  However, infrared thermography systems are commonly used as non destructive testing tools, and presently wide used in many application fields.  ... 

Texto de los artículos en inglés

Revista Loggia
1997 Loggia, Arquitectura & Restauración  
of the technique applied (e.g. control the results of grouting or reinforcement with non-destructive or slightly destructive testing).  ...  image...) used in both a personal and suggestive fashion.  ...  A RILEM Committee, the 127MS still ongoing is dealing with destructive and non-destructive testing of masonry and with durability tests; drafts on flatjack, shove, sonic and ultrasonic tests have already  ... 
doi:10.4995/loggia.1997.5405 fatcat:neqc2xajt5aivdasulo2au5obi

Aluminum: History, Technology, and Conservation

Claudia Chemello, Malcolm Collum, Paul Mardikian, Joe Sembrat, Lisa Young
2019 Smithsonian Contributions to Museum Conservation  
conservation of archaeological objects, conservation and use in contemporary art, conservation of architectural elements, surface treatments and inhibition, and preventative conservation.  ...  as X-ray fluorescence for the identification of aluminum alloys and finishes.  ...  The owner of Balson's Untitled painting from 1941 was also supportive of this research, allowing us access to the painting for study and sampling.  ... 
doi:10.5479/si.1949-2367.9 fatcat:acn6asmpizhxlcyy6uzsjascdq

6th European Federation for Primatology Meeting, XXII Italian Association of Primatology Congress Rome, Italy, August 25-28, 2015: Abstracts

2015 Folia primatologica  
Contest competition will increase when individuals make use of clumped or monopolizable resources, while scramble competition increases when individuals make use of non-monopolizable or dispersed food  ...  The main goal of this project is to point out preferences and strategies adopted by the studied group (N individuals = 31) in the use of this rare habitat, in order to contribute to the understanding of  ...  the types of early social attachment relationships that rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) infants form with their caregivers can have dramatic behavioural, biological and epigenetic consequences throughout  ... 
doi:10.1159/000435825 pmid:26338136 fatcat:gb5rdinlnrf4hgdgaxh2ntfynq


Adriana Marra
The aim of this thesis is to discuss and extend the approach to the structural and non-structural knowledge outlined in the "Guidelines for the evaluation and reduction of seismic risk of cultural heritage  ...  The preservation of the cultural heritage is a complex process not only because of the intrinsic characteristics of the historical buildings, but also for the simultaneous presence of real interest from  ...  of testing (non-destructive, semi-destructive and destructive), focused primarily on the impact on the building, on the information obtained in relation to historical analysis and geometric of the building  ... 
doi:10.6092/unina/fedoa/10539 fatcat:3idvzbzagvbulf6abovdafx2gu

Event-based Archaeological Registration Principles [chapter]

Peter Jensen
Revive the Past  
post-processing, allowed us making recommendations useful for Cultural Heritage professionals interested in applying digital technologies in their daily work.  ...  A low cost 3D laser scanner (NextEngine) was chosen for the test, because of its cost affordability, especially for museums and Cultural Heritage (CH) institutions.  ...  The earlier version of this text was posted to ISPRS SC Newsletter (Fujimoto et al. 2011) . Editorial comments from two anonymous reviewers were quite encouraging and useful to improve the text.  ... 
doi:10.2307/j.ctt1zrvhmr.26 fatcat:ucwpd2c3bvbqzatlhssjd7gbh4