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Approximation of the emission coefficient for thermography by the combination of geometrical and spectral information -- ThermoHead

@inproceedings{Fiedler2020ApproximationOT,
  title={Approximation of the emission coefficient for thermography by the combination of geometrical and spectral information -- ThermoHead},
  author={Sebastian Fiedler and Roland Clau{\ss} and H. Clauss and Stefan Knoblach},
  year={2020}
}
Thermography allows for the remote measurement of surface temperatures and is widely used for the identification of energy losses, damage detection or quality control. However, thermal imaging is strongly material dependent and therefore measured and real temperatures can differ significantly. The emission coefficient resides between 0 and 1 and changes mainly with the electrical conductivity of the surface. While non-conductive surfaces (stone, wood, glass etc.) have a high emissivity of ca. 0… Expand

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