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Title:
INFRARED INSTRUMENT FOR NONDESTRUCTIVE HEAT TRANSFER TESTING
Author(s):
Subject Terms:
INFRARED RADIATIONNONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING - EQUIPMENTSLUG ELEMENTS - INSPECTION
Document Location:
DOE Public Reading Room - Hanford Battelle P.O. Box 999 MS H2-53 Richland WA 99352 (509)372-7443
Document Type:
REPORT
Publication Date:
1962 Dec 17
Declassification Status:
Declassified
Document Pages:
26
Accession Number:
RL-1-382009
Document Number(s):
HW-SA-2856
Originating Research Org.:
GE - HAPO
OpenNet Entry Date:
2004 Feb 24
OpenNet Modified Date:
2015 Jun 12
Description/Abstract:
DESCRIBES AN INSTRUMENT WHICH USES AN INFRARED RADIOMETER TO DETECT TRANSIENT SURFACE TEMPS OF TEST PIECES DURING OR AFTER APPLICATION OF HEAT. DETECTED SURFACE TEMPS (WHICH ARE HIGHER IN THE VICINITIES OF DEFECTS) ARE MAPPED USING A HELICAL AREA MAP OR A NEW METHOD WHICH REPRESENTS THE TEMP AS LENGTHS OF LINE SEGMENTS PRINTED ON A 2-DIMENSIONAL FIELD


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