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25 September 1996 Method of using pulse laser to calibrate transient surface temperature detectors
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A dynamic calibration system for transient surface temperature detectors is introduced. In this system a pulse laser and a continuous laser are used as excitation sources. The static and dynamic calibrations have been carried out respectively with the use of the continuous CO2 laser and Nd-glass pulse laser. Several quick response thermocouples have been tested on the system. The experimental results have shown that this calibration system can be used to calibrate transient surface temperature detectors with a time response on order of microseconds.
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Lieguo Liang, Hanchang Zhou, and Deheng Pan "Method of using pulse laser to calibrate transient surface temperature detectors", Proc. SPIE 2894, Detectors, Focal Plane Arrays, and Applications, (25 September 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.252109
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