Standoff Passive Optical Leak Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds using a Cooled InSb Based Infrared Imager

@inproceedings{Madding2006StandoffPO,
  title={Standoff Passive Optical Leak Detection of Volatile Organic Compounds using a Cooled InSb Based Infrared Imager},
  author={Robert Madding and Ron Lucier and James L. Lyons and Paul Czerepuszko},
  year={2006}
}
  • Robert Madding, Ron Lucier, +1 author Paul Czerepuszko
  • Published 2006
FLIR Systems has developed and fielded a passive IR imager capable of standoff leak detection of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in quantities beneficial to both industry and regulatory agencies. The imager, GasFindIRTM, has undergone extensive laboratory testing and results are reported. Tests include: minimum resolvable volumetric leak flow rates of multiple VOCs, optical field of view impacts on detection, and imaging methodologies to enhance probability of leak detection. General and… CONTINUE READING

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