23 July 1997 Chemical detection using the airborne thermal infrared imaging spectrometer (TIRIS)
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A methodology is described for an airborne, downlooking, longwave infrared imaging spectrometer based technique for the detection and tracking of plumes of toxic gases. Plumes can be observed in emission or absorption, depending on the thermal contrast between the vapor and the background terrain. While the sensor is currently undergoing laboratory calibration and characterization, a radiative exchange phenomenology model has been developed to predict sensor response and to facilitate the sensor design. An inverse problem model has also been developed to obtain plume parameters based on sensor measurements. These models, the sensors, and ongoing activities are described.
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Nahum Gat, Nahum Gat, Suresh Subramanian, Suresh Subramanian, Jacob Barhen, Jacob Barhen, Michael Sheffield, Michael Sheffield, Hector Erives, Hector Erives, "Chemical detection using the airborne thermal infrared imaging spectrometer (TIRIS)", Proc. SPIE 3082, Electro-Optical Technology for Remote Chemical Detection and Identification II, (23 July 1997); doi: 10.1117/12.280926; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.280926
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