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|Title:||VALIDATION OF ACTIVE THERMOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE FOR LOCAL PAPER THERMAL PROPERTY MEASUREMENT|
|Authors:||Verma, Anuj Kumar|
|Abstract:||A novel measurement technique, based on infrared thermography, has been applied for characterizing the thermal properties of paper with high spatial resolution. The technique is termed as 'active thermography' since the temperature response of a paper sheet is observed and analyzed with respect to an external periodic heating. Through the analysis of the temperature response of the paper surface in the Fourier domain for different modulation frequencies of incident heat flux, heat transfer velocities across the solid-gas interface can be estimated. This in turn results in estimation of the heat capacity of paper by solving the heat balance equations of the system. The thermal heating is applied using periodic flux based on smart guess. Therefore all these calculations are performed for all pixels in the image sequence. A spatial distribution and temporal development of all these parameters were visualized.|
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