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thermogram

[′thər·mə‚gram]
(engineering)
The recording made by a thermograph.
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The TGA thermograms of pure PCL/PVC and GNPs/PCL/PVC nanocomposites are shown in Fig.
The heating rate of 3 degree/min and temperature range of -20[degrees]C to + 100[degrees]C were used to get the thermogram.
Figure 5 show the cooling (5a) and 2nd heating (5b) curves of DSC thermograms of neat PBAT, neat PLA, and PBAT biodegradable composite films with different concentrations of PLA.
Figure 1 shows the typical dynamic thermogram for curing polyester resin in temperature range -50[degrees]C to 300[degrees]C.
The fusion of thermograms from a long wave thermographic camera with data from a visual camera may be achieved using the Mutual Information (MI) technique, which consists of a similarity measure that defines the level of correlation between two images, based on the intensity values for each one.
Since profiles are discrete time signals, the previous instants can be replaced by the corresponding integer indexes of thermograms.
These thermograms are processed by ThermaCam Researcher software and they show the measured temperatures (which may be max/min/average) in the marked spots and lines.
To generate a plasma thermogram, a blood plasma sample is "melted" producing a unique signature indicating a person's health status.
The plasma thermogram test works by analysing heat profile from a person's blood.
DSC thermograms obtained for pure drug, camphor, and F9 formulations were shown in Figure 3.
Along with pyrograms taken by conventional Py-GC/MS and reactive pyrolysis, they also present thermograms and mass spectra taken by evolved gas analysis under programmed degradation temperatures.
The TGA thermogram obtained on the new rubber hose is presented in figure 12.