Published July 1986
by Inspec/Iee .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||183|
The book concludes with a close look at infrared detection systemsand related issues. In the discussion of infrared search systems,the range equation is developed in terms of the optical anddetector parameters of the system. A separate chapter is devoted tomodulation transfer function, a spatial-frequency-domaindescription of image quality. CiteULike. About this book. Presents a comprehensive introduction to the selection, operation, and testing of infrared devices, including a description of modern detector assemblies and their operation. This book discusses how to use and test infrared and visible detectors. The book provides a convenient reference for those entering the field of IR detector design, test or use, those who work in the . This book has been designed to bring together what is known on these devices, using an international group of contributors. Show less The use of lasers which emit infra-red radiation and sophisticated detectors of IR radiation is increasing dramatically: they are being used for long-distance fibre-optic communications and remote environmental. About this book This new up-to-date edition of the successful handbook and ready reference retains the proven concept of the first, covering basic and advanced methods and applications in infrared imaging from two leading expert authors in the field. All chapters have been completely revised and expanded and a new chapter .
1) Understand the fundamentals of an infrared detector including figures of merit 2) Analyze radiation transfer from an infrared source to a detector through an optical system and know the various radiometric quantities 3) Know the operation of thermal detectors, classical and advanced photon detectors. Human knowledge of infrared (IR) radiation is about years old. However it was in the late 20th century that we developed a wide range of smart technologies for detection and started to take advantage for our benefit. Today IR detector technology is in its 3rd generation and comes with challenging demands. Institute of Applied Physics, Military University of Technology, 2 Kaliskiego St., War Poland. Abstract The paper presents progress in infrared (IR) detector technologies during history of their - siﬁcation of two types of IR detectors (photon detectors and thermal detectors) is done on the basis of their principle of overview of IR systems and . Infrared thermography non-destructive testing (NDT) is an important tool in the commercial and industrial environment. It is great for inspection and troubleshooting many aspects of a building. Typical inspections are of electrical equipment, roof leaks, moisture intrusion, mechanical systems and energy loss.
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