Structure characterization with thermal wave imaging

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1993
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Bryan, Kurt
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Thermal imaging is a technique of recent interest for the nondestructive evaluation of materials. This method attempts to characterize the internal structure of a sample (perhaps to locate flaws-cracks, bubbles, corrosion, etc.) by using its surface temperature response to an external heating. Some recent work on this subject is detailed in [2], [3], [4] and [6].

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