thermogram


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thermogram

[′thər·mə‚gram]
(engineering)
The recording made by a thermograph.
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The percentage of amorphous content has been calculated from DSC thermogram and it shows highly amorphous nature for all samples.
5, our findings with the DSC thermograms are similar to the later report, where the latex with 0.
Figure 2 shows the isothermal thermogram of UP resin cured in DSC at a temperature 120[degrees]C in nitrogen atmosphere (50 mL/min).
The fusion of thermograms with data from additional sensors generates a possibility of resolving this problem, as more information about the features may be extracted, giving desired and significant information from the captured scenes.
Figure 3a presents the thermogram at t = 6s, and figures 3b to 3f illustrate the spatial profiles over a straight line crossing the middle three defects of this image, from the original sequence, NC, m-DAC, FDTC and truncated FDTC (FDTC without offset) sequences.
Figure 5 shows successive thermograms of the MCM from left to right--before and after switching on the load, and a thermogram is synthesized where each pixel constitutes the temperature difference of the corresponding pixels in the two images.
The team demonstrated that the plasma thermogram profile varies when a person has or does not have the disease.
During their experiments, researchers from the University of Louisville in the US compared differences on the plasma thermogram profile of individuals, with and without the disease.
14 August 2013 - US cancer tests developer LBIdx has launched a clinical study to demonstrate the capabilities for improved monitoring of melanoma patients at dangerous risk of metastasis of the Plasma Thermogram blood test.
The TGA thermogram obtained on the new rubber hose is presented in figure 12.
As in case of the thermogram of flurbiprofen, the DSC curve of flurbiprofen showed a single endothermic event representing the transition of flurbiprofen from solid-to liquid state (Tm = 115[degrees]C).
Also, the big advantage of this kind of temperature measuring is that on one thermogram the temperature dividing of the whole imaged surface is shown, and it can be very big.