The infrared thermography is a modern method of viewing the thermal pattern at the object's surface and the method to measure these temperatures. The method is based on the fact that any object with a temperature above absolute zero (-273.150C) emits energy in the ambient in the form of infrared radiation (IR).
The warmer the body, the higher the energy emitted in the form of infrared radiation. Actually, the IR thermography realises a conversion from the invisible range (for human eye) into the visible range. Thus, the IR cameras allow identification of the issues of thermal nature quantifies them by non-contact measurement and shows the result in the form of detailed reports.
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