Thermal Imaging of Circular Inclusions within a Two-Dimensional Region

Abstract

The ability to study the interior of an object without destroying it is an important industrial tool. One method of recent interest is thermal imaging. The idea is to use heat energy as a kind of “x-ray”, to form an image of the interior of an object without causing damage to the object. More precisely, one applies a controlled source of heat energy to the… (More)

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@inproceedings{Talbott2006ThermalIO, title={Thermal Imaging of Circular Inclusions within a Two-Dimensional Region}, author={Shannon Talbott and Hilary Spring}, year={2006} }