27 March 1984 Application Design Features For Non-Contact Temperature Measurement
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The industrial use of non-contact temperature-measurement instruments or radiometers began in the 1920's and, for the next sixty years, increased substantially with a major surge occurring during the past ten years. To coin a phrase, "radiometers do not measure temperatures, they solve temperature-measurement problems". Therefore, to solve such problems, Process and Plan engineers must first acquire a basic knowledge of radiometry to be able to correctly match the instrumentation to the specific application. This paper provides some basic principles of radiometry, instrument design features, and application considerations.
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Bill Barron, Bill Barron, } "Application Design Features For Non-Contact Temperature Measurement", Proc. SPIE 0446, Thermosense VI: Thermal Infrared Sensing for Diagnostics and Control, (27 March 1984); doi: 10.1117/12.939153; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.939153
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