A passive thermography approach to bearing condition monitoring

  title={A passive thermography approach to bearing condition monitoring},
  author={W. Moussa and M. Liang},
  • W. Moussa, M. Liang
  • Published 2017
  • Engineering
  • Temperature monitoring has been adopted for machine health assessment over the last few decades. Although, most of temperature sensors are designed following similar physical principles, they differ in terms of complexity and precision. Thermography is one of the most advanced methods for temperature monitoring. Traditional systems that monitor the equilibrium temperature have found many applications including food and drug temperature monitoring. However, other applications such as high speed… CONTINUE READING
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