Reliable aerial thermography for energy conservation

@inproceedings{Jack1981ReliableAT,
  title={Reliable aerial thermography for energy conservation},
  author={John R. Jack and Robert L. Bowman},
  year={1981}
}
Extensive energy conservation programs are being implemented throughout the country because prime energy sources are dwindling and as a result energy costs are skyrocketing. One method currently being used on a large scale to promote energy conservation is the aerial thermography survey. Its concept and its use for locating sources of energy losses and wasteful energy management practices are quite straightforward and very effective when the thermography are obtained under proper conditions and… CONTINUE READING

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