Application of Infrared Thermal Imaging in Scientific Research
Thermal imaging is a non-contact technology to quickly obtain the temperature field distribution. An increasing number of scientific research tasks requires detecting the changes in the temperature field of the objects for analyzing and determining the changes in their properties. Thermal cameras can assist scientific researchers in their research and exploration, so that they can explore more scientific mysteries through the acquisition of visual temperature.
Animal and Plant Science Research
In the process of cultivating and breeding of animals and plants, the device can be used to observe the growth, diseases, development and other characteristics of organisms based on the subtle changes in temperature to help scientific researchers study and analyze the characteristics of animals and plants.
Electronic Research and Development Testing
In the manufacturing process of chips and electronic devices, it is extremely difficult to detect and analyze the damaged parts or causes of damages. The infrared detection can identify the faults of small devices based on their temperature distribution in the working state, serving an as effective detection tool for R&D personnel.
It is necessary to detect the temperature to analyze the thermal conductivity, material properties, quality and other states of the material when doing material research. If the target is small and the temperature difference is minor, the thermographic camera with high spatial resolution and thermal sensitivity is needed to help researchers observe and discover the properties of the material.
The chemical energy is continuously converted into heat energy in the human body based on the metabolic activities, and the heat in is body is transferred to the body surface through backflow, convection, and evaporation. When diseases with thermal changes in tissues invade the human body, the medical thermographic camera can be used to observe subtle temperature field changes. It can help with early diagnosis of diseases and provide evidence for clinical diagnosis.
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