Noncontact temperature sensing of heated cylindrical end using laser ultrasonic technique

Abstract

A novel noncontact method to measure both surface and internal temperatures of a heated cylindrical rod end is proposed. In the method a laser ultrasonic technique providing noncontact measurements of ultrasonic waves in such heated rod is employed. To quantitatively determine both the surface and internal temperatures near the rod end, an effective… (More)

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