Infrared thermography: possibilities and application to the study of material surfaces
Non-destructive measurement techniques are revealing themselves as a very important tool in the different fields or research due to their very own nature. The Materials team of ICCET is developing, since some time ago, the application of one of these techniques —specifically speaking, infrarred thermography— to the follow-up and quantification of the moisture present in the buildings of the Architectural Heritage. At all events, that technique can be applied to any physical phenomenon involving a variation of temperature or emissivity. This paper shows different possible applications of infrared thermography.
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Gayo, E., Palomo, A., & Macías, A. (1992). Infrared thermography: possibilities and application to the study of material surfaces. Materiales De Construcción, 42(227), 5–14. https://doi.org/10.3989/mc.1992.v42.i227.702
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