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18 May 2012 Opportunities and challenges of the application of dynamic, multispectral thermography as a means of improving the effectiveness of furnace processes in the petrochemical industry
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This paper presents new procedures and a wide spectrum of experimental results based on two-dimensional distributions of the dynamic features of various IR signals captured through inspection ports of several process furnaces. All analyses were made over a few seconds using the same set of 6 narrow band filters to evaluate sequences of IR thermographic images of furnace walls, tube skins, flame and combustion products . The digital (on-line) version of this paper contains samples of these videos. The final results provide samples of quantitative descriptions, which present a more complete, often new, information about the symmetry and other properties of the combustion processes This was possible due to minor modifications to the IR camera.
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Piotr Pregowski, Grzegorz Goleniewski, Wojciech Komosa, and Antoni Korytkowski "Opportunities and challenges of the application of dynamic, multispectral thermography as a means of improving the effectiveness of furnace processes in the petrochemical industry", Proc. SPIE 8354, Thermosense: Thermal Infrared Applications XXXIV, 83540O (18 May 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.919450
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