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The Drumbeat on infrared thermal imaging

by Drumbeat Energy Limited  (Feb. 21, 2013)

Drumbeat Energy regards infrared (thermal) imaging as an amazingly useful tool in the quest for greater energy efficiency. It has the ability to define non-invasively and with uncanny speed and accuracy where heat is leaking from a building. Never was the expression “A picture paints a thousand words” ...

A New Way to Locate Seeps Into Surface Waters

by SelkerMetrics  (Jan. 14, 2011)

How can we determine where groundwater is seeping into rivers and bays?  Knowing seep locations can help with selecting sampling locations, identifying contaminant sources, determining whether contamination is historic or on-going, and designing remediation.  Historically, methods for locating seeps have been limited.  Due to cost, ...

Intermediate Reynolds/Peclet number, flat plate boundary layer flows over catalytic surfaces for micro-combustion applications

by Inderscience Publishers  (Apr. 4, 2007)

The reactive, flat plate boundary layer flow of close-tostoichiometric, methaneair mixtures over small size Pt plates is studied experimentally for intermediate Reynolds and Peclet numbers which pertain to micro-combustion applications. The surface temperature was measured with infrared thermography and correlated to reactant concentration ...

INFRARED TECHNOLOGY - It`s Use in Forensic Building Science to Solve Moisture Intrusion Problems

by Environmental Monitoring Systems, Inc  (Jun. 15, 2007)

This paper will focus discussion on the building envelope, the science behind the inspection, techniques for inspection, and verification of the findings. Because much of our work is pioneering, we will end by addressing the question 'Where do we go from here?' WHY USE INFRAREDA picture says a thousand words; infrared thermography is the only ...

Detecting Leaks in Plastic Pipes

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Feb. 1, 2000)

Water utilities commonly use acoustic equipment to locate leaks. Although acoustic equipment is generally considered satisfactory for metallic pipes, its application to plastic pipes could be problematic. This study found that leaks in plastic pipes could be located using acoustic techniques; however, there were several difficulties. Professional ...

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