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Innovation Enables Temperature Monitoring in Previously Inaccessible 3D Objects

News   Jul 06, 2020 | Original story from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

 
Innovation Enables Temperature Monitoring in Previously Inaccessible 3D Objects

An infrared image of the fused silica window used to test the depth thermography concept. For the project, the team heated the silica, a type of glass, and analyzed it using a spectrometer. They then measured temperature readings from various depths of the sample. Credit: MIKHAIL KATS.

 
 
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