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Several considerations about a pulsed flying spot method implemented with IR thermography
Proceedings of the 2015 Asia International Conference on Quantitative InfraRed Thermography
A mathematical method to process data provided by a flying spot technique is studied here, by considering the temperature response field around a unique spot. The progress of optical control, laser and IR Camera allow to measure 2D temperature fields localised on a small area compared to the whole recorded image. The study is focused on the logarithmic expression of the in-plane temperature field in order to analyse and to measure different parameters such as the in plane thermal diffusivitydoi:10.21611/qirt.2015.0030 fatcat:wfor7euw7vdpfp276z4fd5wxfq