Humberto Loaiza

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Infrared thermography is a nondestructive evaluation technique in which the specimen surface is thermally stimulated to produce a temperature difference between " sound " (free of defects) areas and eventual defective regions. It is well known that the thermographic methods based on the thermal contrast are strongly affected by non-uniform heating at the(More)
The possible applications of Themographic Nondestructive Testing (TNDT) have been limited due to nonlinear nature of inverse problems such as the calculation of defect's depths in a material. The Neural Networks have been applied to extract quantitative information in TNDT where the presence of noise and the inverse nature of the characterization problem(More)
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