2012, Volume 15, Issue 2
Active Thermography – Non-Destructive & Non-Contact Material Testing
Micronix Plus SRL, Str. 1 Mai nr. 2, Otopeni, 075100, Jud. Ilfov, Romania
*Corresponding author: Marius Popovici, E-mail: email@example.comPublished: October 2012
Active Thermography (AT) is a package of methods who use thermal cameras to make visible internal defects, surface cracks and material stress. Currently, they are several techniques based on active thermography: lock-in, pulse, transient, vibro and thermal stress analysis. Depending on the inspection task, one or more methods are used. This paper will give a brief overview of each method and will introduce several IR cameras suggested to be used in AT systems.
Active thermography, lock-in, thermal camera, thermovision, thermal stress analysis.
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