11 May 1987 Using An Imaging Infrared Radiometer To Measure Time-Dependent Temperature Distributions
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Time-dependent temperature distribution data were obtained from cylindrical nylon test specimens deformed in torsion. The temperatures were measured with an infrared radiometer and calculated with image analysis software. These data provide a clear picture of the evolution of the specimen's surface temperature profile prior to and during strain localization and failure. Measurements like these will be used to evaluate parameters in a material model now under development. The data will also help establish the validity of existing numerical methods.
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Elizabeth A. Fuchs, Elizabeth A. Fuchs, Joel Lipkin, Joel Lipkin, Paul Hughett, Paul Hughett, "Using An Imaging Infrared Radiometer To Measure Time-Dependent Temperature Distributions", Proc. SPIE 0780, Thermosense IX: Thermal Infrared Sensing for Diagnostics and Control, (11 May 1987); doi: 10.1117/12.940511; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.940511
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