Thermography

Infrared thermography (IRT), thermal imaging, and thermal video are examples of infrared imaging science. Thermographic cameras detect radiation in the infrared range of the electromagnetic spectrum (roughly 9,000–14,000 nanometers or 9–14 µm) and produce images of that radiation, called thermograms. Since infrared radiation is emitted by all...
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Thermography

• (n.) Any process of writing involving the use of heat.
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thermography

(from the article `thermometry`) ...increase in efficiency as temperature decreases, which makes them extremely useful in measuring very low temperatures with precision. Temperatures ... Another photocopying method that became available in the early 1950s uses the heat of infrared light. In this process, sometimes called thermography, ....
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thermography

(thәr-mog´rә-fe) a technique wherein an infrared camera photographically portrays the body's surface temperature, based on self-emanating infrared radiations; used as a diagnostic aid in the detection of breast tumors and the assessment of rheumatic joints; also used in the study of pain. adj., thermog...
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Thermography

1) The technique of obtaining a photographic record of heat distribution in a solid or fluid.
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thermography

noun diagnostic technique using a thermograph to record the heat produced by different parts of the body; used to study blood flow and to detect tumors
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Thermography

[medical] Thermography or thermology is the medical science that derives diagnostic indications from highly detailed and sensitive infrared images of the human body. Thermology is sometimes referred to as medical infrared imaging or tele-thermology and utilizes highly resolute and sensitive thermographic cameras. Medical thermography is use...
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Thermography

Ther·mog'ra·phy noun [ Thermo- + -graphy .] Any process of writing involving the use of heat.
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Thermography

A building energy auditing technique for locating areas of low insulation in a building envelope by means of a thermographic scanner.
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thermography

A building energy auditing technique for locating areas of low insulation and air leakage in a building envelope by means of a thermographic scanner. How it works Thermography measures surface temperatures by using infrared video and still cameras. These tools see light that is in the heat spec...
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Thermography

A building energy auditing technique for locating areas of low insulation in a building envelope by means of a thermographic scanner.
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Thermography

A print finishing process producing a raised image imitating die stamping. The process takes a previously printed image that before the ink is dry is dusted with a resinous powder. The application of heat causes the ink and powder to fuse creating a raised, shiny image. Also known as Verco.
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Thermography

A printing process whereby slow drying ink is applied to paper and while the ink is still wet, it is lightly dusted with a resinous powder. The paper then passes through a heat chamber where the powder melts and fuses with the ink to produce a raised surface.
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Thermography

An NDE technique in which the coating is flash heated and then viewed with an infra red camera. 'Hot spots' indicate areas of poor bonding or greater coating thickness.
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thermography

In medicine, a procedure in which a heat-sensing infrared camera is used to record the surface heat produced by different parts of the body. Abnormal tissue growth can cause temperature changes, which may show up on the thermogram. Thermography may be used to diagnose breast cancer and other tumors.
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thermography

Measurement of the regional temperature of the body or an organ by infrared sensing devices, based on self-emanating infrared radiation. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Thermography

Method of printing using colorless resin powder and heat applied to wet ink yielding raised images.
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Thermography

Method of printing using colourless resin powder that takes on the colour of underlying ink. Also called raised printing.
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thermography

Photographic recording of heat patterns. It is used medically as an imaging technique to identify `hot spots` in the body – for example, tumours, where cells are more active than usual. Thermography was developed in the 1970s and 1980s by the military to assist night vision by detecting the body heat of an enemy or the hot engine of ...
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Thermography

Recording images by means of the heat radiated from the subject.
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Thermography

the use of infrared thermography whereby temperatures of a wide variety of targets can be measured remotely and without contact. This is accomplished by measuring the infrared energy radiating from the surface of the target and converting this measurement to an equivalent surface temperature.
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thermography

thermography (thûr"mog'rufē) , contact photocopying process that produces a direct positive image and in which infrared rays are used to expose the copy paper. In a specially designed machine the original is placed in contact with a copy paper containing a heat-sensitive substance...
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thermography

thermography 1. In medicine, a technique wherein an infrared camera is used to photographically portray the surface temperatures of the body, based on the self-emanating infrared radiation; sometimes employed as a means of diagnosing underlying pathologic processes, such as breast tumors. 2. The technique for making a thermogram.
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thermography

Type: Term Pronunciation: ther-mog′ră-fē Definitions: 1. The technique for making a thermogram.
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thermography

writing or drawing using the influence of heat
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